Smart, Sexy and Secretive (The Reed Brothers, #2) ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Smart, Sexy and Secretive (The Reed Brothers, #2)

Smart, Sexy and Secretive by Tammy Falkner

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I am loving this family and this series!

I know right now I will have to end up reading many more of these books. The way the supporting characters are written, you just end up loving them all as much as the two main characters you are reading about. So I want to know how each of the Reed Brothers finds their one true love. Since there are more books than there are brothers, I expect these will go further into friends, cousins and the like. I probably will want to read the entire series if they are as good as these first two books.

This book was every bit as good as book #1. It was a continuation of the story of Logan Reed and his girl Emily. Though at the end of book 1, Emily had gone home to her father in return for her father agreeing to get Logan’s brother Matt a special cancer treatment that was extremely costly. The boys couldn’t afford the treatment and Matt’s life expectancy without it was not good.

This book has her returning to New York to attend Juilliard while Logan attends NYU for Art and Advertising. Though as far as her fathers concerned, Logan is poor and not good enough for her and Juilliard is just a waste of time, since studying music has nothing to do with the real world.

Her father wants her to marry her ex fiancé Trip. They both think she is stupid due to her dyslexia and is unable to learn because she can’t read. Her father thinks the best she can attain is to marry well and Logan doesn’t fit the bill. So though he allows her to move to New York and sets her up in a nice apartment, he has some surprises in store to keep her and Logan apart.

The story is great, the twists and turns are perfect. Some are predictable, but with non-predictable outcomes. Some are completely out of left field and those are the best and sometimes worst kind. But you gotta love them either way. Tammy Falkner is good at giving exactly what I want but enough surprises so that it isn’t the same as other things I have read.

Emily and Logan have true love for each other and stick together which is nice to see. I like the, as a couple and hw they each make their disabilities a non issue. I can’t wait to dive into more of this series.

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