Thursday, March 5, 2015


Tempting the Corporate Spy (Sleeping with the Enemy, #2)
by: Angela Claire
Series: Sleeping with the Enemy
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: March 3, 2015
Source: Publisher ~ Entangled Brazen

He's stealing more than her heart…

Whiz kid Liv Altman is working on Internet anti-piracy software that could be huge. It could also be dangerous. And someone wants it badly enough to blackmail only the very best hacker—the infamous and reclusive Jonathon Crestwell—into stealing it…

Liv usually has no trouble ignoring the computer geeks she works with every day, but her new corporate consultant is definitely not easy to ignore. He's tall and dead hot, with deep blue eyes that make Liv think the naughtiest of HR-violating thoughts. When she finds him unexpectedly in her office one evening, things take a turn for the sexier. But come morning, Liv will discover the truth about her new employee...and what he really wants.

Tempting the Corporate Spy pits MIT grad, Liv Altman, a programmer for Lincoln Computers, up against MIT grad, Jonathan Crestwell, a reclusive former hacker.  

Liv is in the process of creating an Internet anti-piracy software program and doesn’t understand the damage it could do if put into the wrong hands.  She spends a majority of her time in front of a computer and doesn’t seem to understand how attractive she actually is.

Jonathon Crestwell, aka Jon Foster has been hacking since he was 12.  After selling his company for a fortune, he keeps to himself.  Jonathon is blackmailed into stealing Liv’s program.  Jonathon thinks this will be a piece of cake.  The only problem is that Liv is better than he thought and he can’t crack her system.  This forces him to go undercover.

I liked the characters, though at times they really irritated me with their actions.  Angela Claire definitely kicked up the heat level with this book. Unfortunately, I felt as though there was too much sex.  I mean come on, everytime you see either, you do not have to have sex.  But what I really loved was the intrigue of the book.  I couldn’t wait to find out who was blackmailing Jonathon and why.  But in the end, I felt as though I was missing something, like maybe the story ended up being rushed.  It was definitely not the way I would have preferred the book to end.  With all of that said, I’m looking forward to reading more books from Angela.

**Received a copy from Entangled Publishing in exchange for an honest unbiased review.**

Rating: 3.5

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