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A Hacked-Up Holiday Massacre
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The Master Undone: An Inside Out Novella
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Beautiful Bastard - Christina Lauren Netgalley provided me with a copy of this book for my honest reviewChloe has worked at this company for a long time, she loves it there, is close to the family who owns it and is really close to getting her MBA. Everything was perfect until Bennet comes home and she has to work with him. He is a demanding, perfectionist jerk, he also happens to be extremely hot. They don't like each other but have undeniable sexual chemistry that they can't ignore. Once they give in they can't stop wanting each other and giving in to the want could end up destroying them both. Chloe is funny, smart, sexy and knows what she wants, as much as she dislikes Bennet she can't help but think he is beautiful. Bennet is strong, he knows when he is being an ass but he can't seem to help himself. Their story was amusing to read, they kept denying their feelings for each other, but every time one of them tried to date some one else they got jealous. The sex scenes in this book were scorching hot, with some humor thrown into them. The two main characters really were perfect for each other. I loved this book and I am now a big fan of Christina Lauren.