The Price Of Secrecy

Ravenna Tate
The Price Of Secrecy
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Evernight Publishing
Release Date
August 2015
Book 3 of The Weathermen
BDSM, Erotic Romance, Romantic Science Fiction/Futuristic

Angela Davidson lands her dream job with Greco Communications, but quickly learns her new boss, the enigmatic Dominic Greco, has a dark secret he works hard to conceal. Angela understands secrets because she's been hiding one of her own for sixteen years and if it's discovered, she will end up dead.

Dominic is part of a group of friends financing the efforts to put a stop to The Madeline Project. The program now has a mind of its own, thanks to a virus called Tommy Twister. These men have power, resources, and money, but they're as ruthless and possessive as the storms ravaging Earth.

They call themselves the Weathermen…

Book Review by Evampire (reviewer)
Sep 09, 2015   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
271 people found the following review helpful
Dominic Greco needs Angela Davidson on his team but the attraction between them could destroy them both in this thrilling futuristic romance.

Dominic and Angela both have dark secrets and the reader can't help but get pulled into the story as they give in to their attraction only to discover just how deadly those secrets could be. The chemistry heats up the pages and the sex scenes are scorching but the relationship full of secrets is a bit too combustible, which has Dominic and Angela fighting the attraction. The characters are strong, charismatic and demand the reader's attentions while the fast paced, smooth flowing plot thrills readers with lots of suspense, excitement and romance.

Expectation builds lots of tension throughout the story as their secrets get closer to being revealed which soon escalates into dangerous excitement with the emotional turmoil that they both endure, adding depth to the story and gripping the heart. The well written scenes and details bringing it all to life while the intriguing events keep the readers glued to the pages.

Another Weatherman has me under his spell as I was completely ensnared by Dominic and Angela's story, and I can't wait to read the next one.
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Book Review by BookAddict (reviewer)
Oct 02, 2015   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
228 people found the following review helpful
Hiding from the mob after the world nearly comes to an end makes this new world seem not too different. Angela Davidson possesses the skills Greco Communication is seeking. Thrilled to have an interview with the head honcho, Dominic Greco, she comes out of the interview perplexed. She wants the job but she doesn't want to be involved with her new boss. Dominic comes on strong, wanting her for a sexual playmate. Angela folds a little too easily to Dominic's charm.

For those who thought this series ends at 4 books, fear no more. It appears this will continue on so I'm a bit relieved with the yet again slow pace of the plot development. It feels as if the Weathermen are getting nowhere. Another in this exclusive club of crime fighter is hit by Eros's arrow.

The romance part of this story moved very fast. Dominic is hesitant with relationships because he's been burned and because he's been hiding from his family. This is something he has in common with Angela. They are both trying to keep their past from impacting their future. Still, Angela is swept off her feet and right into Dominic's bed. This is the only story so far where I felt discomfort with the boss and employee relationship. It's not that I'm against it. It's because Angela seemed to be so worried about it that I too felt unease.

The conflict in this story gives a Married to the Mob vibe. For those who enjoy stories where a man comes from a bad family but wants to escape it, this is the story for you. Dominic is admirable if a bit of a control freak. Many of his problems are because he won't communicate effectively with Angela. Although one can't blame him with how he's had issues with previous lovers. Ms. Tate does a nice job of setting up the conflict, creating the tension and then resolving the issue. The resolution is a bit too pat, but it still works. What is frustrating is how little progress is made on the stopping the Madeline Project. A reader may start to wonder if these women are thrown at the men to distract them from ever accomplishing their goals. For the love of God, please have some kind of discovery about the evil organization behind the Madeline Project!

This romance is recommended for those who love an alpha man protecting his woman.
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