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Thrill Seeker

Thrill Seeker - Taryn Quinn I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an unbiased review.

Okay, first of all, I'm going insane because CLIFFHANGER! I'm warning you about it, but I'll also tell you that it's totally worth it.

This story is right up there with [b:The Boss: Book One|26856316|The Boss Book One (The Boss, #1)|Cari Quinn|https://images.gr-assets.com/books/1443855081s/26856316.jpg|46894907] (the series) by Cari and Taryn, and that was a favorite of mine. It's still one of my top reads from the past year. Thrill Seeker has the potential to make that list as well.

The characters are ones you'd want to know. Intriguing, magnetic, likeable... I want to know more about all of them. That goes for the side characters too. Mostly the people that work at Bellamy's. Dean, Chelsea, and Angel.

But those aren't the main attractions, the heart of the story belongs to Georgia and Max. I love that the story is told in dual perspective, because it lets the reader into the minds of both of the main characters.

Georgia is the utterly professional and point-perfect hostess at Bellamy's. Max frequents the Bistro several times a week, and she makes it a priority to always give him their top-notch experience. She knows what he likes, and she makes sure he gets it. However, Max would prefer she give him more than just food and wine - and secretly, Georgia would like that as well. She's just too much of a professional to act on her urges.

Max Chapel is always "Mr. Chapel" to Georgia, because he's a customer first and foremost. She has to pretend he doesn't make her heart race, or that he flusters her so much that she has to work extra hard to stay professional around him.

But one night, that all changes.

And once they cross the line, there's no turning back.

OH. MAH. GAWD... this book is so hot, and then... CLIFFY! I immediately went to facebook and told off Cari and Taryn (tongue in cheek of course), but truly, I'm on the edge of my seat, waiting for book 2.

Book 1 gets FIVE "pairs of ripped nylons" Stars