BOOK REVIEW: Smart, Sexy and Secretive (The Reed Brothers #2) by Tammy Falkner

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Tall, Tatted and Tempting (The Reed Brothers #1)
Kindle I Paperback

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

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I’m back in New York, ready to start my brand new life with Logan. Things are still up in the air between us, and it has been three months since I’ve even talked to him. But there’s one thing I’m certain of — I can’t live without him.


I need her like I need air. But now she’s back, and her dad and her ex-boyfriend are conspiring to keep us apart. We can do this, though. Can’t we? We can make this work? We have to, because I can’t imagine my life without her.

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“I decided then and there that I will change her life. And I will do it simply by loving her exactly as she is.”

OK, so I really liked this one! Smart, Sexy and Secretive was the conclusion of Logan and Emily’s story. It was a sweet end to their fairytale romance that filled me with so much love I felt like I was going to burst. Tammy Falkner writes a wonderful story that will most certainly make you fall in love with the Reed Brothers all over again, one page at a time. Although this book wasn’t a full 5 stars for me, that doesn’t take away the awesomeness of this series. I cannot wait to continue on with Pete’s story now that we got a small taste of it at the end of this book. It was really easy to read. There is something about Tammy’s writing style that is just simple, and I love it. I can just sit back with a cuppa and relax, knowing that I can loose myself in her stories.

“I’ve been with a lot of women, but I’ve never been with one who works so hard to communicate with me. She knows I can’t hear her cries or moans or even startled gasps, but I never feel disconnected from her.”

This book focused a lot on Emily’s relationship with her parents, or more so her father. She comes back to New York to attend Juilliard and is back with Logan by her side. Their relationship is tested at times but never really gets thrown obstacles that you feel they might not be able to overcome. The drama wasn’t over the top, and the book moved a long quickly.

“If you ever meet a girl who punches you in the fucking nose when you meet her, marry her.”

Just a few things that took a little off my rating, I do feel as though this could have been one big book. There wasn’t a lot of drama until the end, (that completely took me by surprise). I didn’t see it coming at all and I’m still not sure how I feel about it. I think because it came out of left field. I don’t know. It wasn’t bad or anything, it was quite an emotional few chapters, I just wasn’t expecting that in this book. Rest assured, this is still a very well written story and I really enjoyed it. You still love Logan just as much as the first book, I just feel personally that there was some unnecessary drama towards the end. I also feel like I want to punch her dad and Trick in the face. I did not like them one bit. Emily should have stuck up for herself a lot more than what she did in the story, and at times I was screaming at my iPad at both her and Logan to talk up and say something. I got a little frustrated at times with the way they just sat back and let it all pan out. But these were all small things in the overall story. Tammy Falkner writes a wonderful tale of true love between two people who could not be more perfect for one another. I really recommend this series, it’s fun, swoony, romantic and highly addictive!

“My family means the world to me. Without them, I am nothing.”

Click here and scroll to the bottom of the page for the series reading order.

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