Review: Strictly Confidential
Harlequin Desire
November 2021
Contemporary Romance
REVIEWER: Shirley Fleming | RATING: A
REVIEW: Lexington Randall returns home to DC to save her family business. Fortunately, she was able to win a bid with real estate developer Montgomery Grant to help with that effort. At first sight, the attraction between Lexi and Monty is off the charts. So keeping their hands off each other is a lost cause. Lexi and Monty begin a hot and heavy affair and fall in love. Unknown to Monty, Lexi has not been honest about the state of her family’s company finances. Before she can confess all, the secret is revealed during a live interview with Monty and puts the project in jeopardy. Will their love survive Lexi’s deceit, or will it destroy everything they’ve built?

Monty is a real estate developer in DC. His company's goal is to prosper black individuals by helping to create generational wealth. Lexi is a gifted architect in a male-dominated industry. She is a shrewd businesswoman who runs her own successful business in Paris, no doubt.

Montgomery Grant and Lexington Randall are a perfect match in
STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL. Usually, a romance between coworkers ends in disaster, but for Lexi and Monty, it was a qualified success. This love story is another slam dunk for Ms. Hill. She never disappoints because her imagination is endless. This narrative has a great plot with two business-minded individuals working together to advance the black community. The instant attraction between these two multifaceted characters pulls you in the first few pages. This well-written story is passionate, entertaining, and so much more. Of course, there are bumps along the way, but the road to love isn’t always smooth.

STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL is part of The Grants of DC Series (Book #3). This attention-getter is so interesting. I read it in one sitting because I just couldn’t put it down. Lexi and Monty kept me glued to my seat, and it was worth it. I recommend you pick up a copy. Don’t miss out on one of the hottest couples in DC.

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