Book Review: The Honey Trap by Karli Perrin

The Honey Trap by Karli Perrin
Kindle Edition, 503 pages
Published September 13th, 2017

After catching her childhood sweetheart cheating on her, Sophia Hamilton is hell-bent on stopping other women from getting played like she was.

 And so, the played becomes the player.

 Fast forward two years and Sophia is now one of San Francisco’s most successful honey trappers. Getting paid to expose cheating men has become the norm but just when she thinks she has seen it all, she is offered a unique proposition which threatens to turn her entire world upside down.

 Mason Hunter is a hotel tycoon, millionaire and cheater. Or is he?
 Sophia has six weeks to find out.

 She quickly discovers that Mason isn’t the only one keeping secrets and she becomes caught up in a tangled web of lust, lies and misplaced loyalties.

 Lines are crossed. Rules are broken. The real Mason Hunter is about to be exposed.

 The hunt is on.

My thoughts…

Sophia works for an agency that women trap men into cheating. We meet Mason when Sophia is hired, by his wife Emily, to trap him. During that first meeting of Sophia and Mason, things don't go as planned, at least not how Mason's wife think it should have gone.

Sophia can’t help feeling attracted to Mason and once she get’s close to him, she realizes that there is more to him and the entrapment then preciously disclosed. Mason is a very wealthy man and the owner of Hunter Hotels. He has worked hard to get where he is and doesn’t take anything for granted. Mason’s life is good, except his marriage to Emily. Emily is horrible, she is devious and just wants to get his money when they divorce. Sophia has mixed feeling continuing with the trap after learning what Mason’s wife really has planned. She feels obligated to continue with the trap because of signed contracts.

I was rooting for Sophia and Mason from the beginning. Their chemistry was off the charts and while they were immediately attracted to each other, their relationship was first that of friends. The change to lovers was slow, a slow burn, and I love that in my romance books. As much as I loved Mason and Sophia, Mason's best friend, Buzz, was my favorite character. I never laughed so much, he was hilarious.

The Honey Trap is great romance read and if you love friends to lovers, second chance romances, give this book a try.

Happy Reading -J 


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