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Code of Honor by April White (Book Review)

☆☆☆☆☆ (5 Stars)

In the famous words of Lady Gaga: “brilliant, incredible, amazing, show-stopping, spectacular, never the same, totally unique…”


What an absolute treat of a book.
Anna is a bounty hunter (a delightful job for a protagonist by the way) and she needs to retrieve one stolen painting, by… stealing it. But, Anna and her twin sister have the perfect plan for this heist to work.

What she didn’t expect was, to come across Darius Masoud, a Disney prince lookalike that designed the security system Anna just broke into and, that something way more valuable could possibly be hidden behind the painting she just retrieved.

I just have to straight up say it: go read this. It’s witty and light but so interesting. Anna’s character is so refreshing, she has a Catwoman meets Lois Lane vibe to her. The mystery in this was intriguing enough to keep me interested but never took away from the romance.

And can I just elect Darius to be on my top 10 book boyfriends of the year list? He’s gorgeous, intelligent, loves his family, is understanding, tries to improve himself, has a boat, knows how to cook… really, what more could you want?

ARC kindly provided in exchange for an honest review.

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