Under the Radar by Linden Bell

What would you do if you knew nothing substantial about the man you've been dating? Your friends convince you to follow him!

From the Under the Radar blurb:

I'm in love with a stranger… who happens to be my boyfriend.

My boyfriend is perfect. He drinks red wine, watches Drag Race, and loves the theater. So what if I don't know what he does for a living, where his family is from, or who his friends are? Those are just details, and he'll tell me when he's ready. I know his heart, and that's what's important.

I never meant to keep my real identity a secret for so long. Logan was only supposed to be a one night stand, but this adorable himbo has become the sunshine in my dark world. I can't risk losing him by telling him the truth.

When danger from my past comes calling, my selfishness puts both of us at risk. Now our lives are on the line, and more importantly, our hearts.

Under the Radar is a forced proximity, opposites attract, one night stand MM romantic suspense with an absolutely clueless himbo and a hardened FBI agent who can't resist some cuddles. Expect gunfights, car chases, and get better soon kisses. Under the Radar is part of the Accidentally Undercover shared romantic suspense series.

Angel's review:

Under The Radar is about Logan, a cheerful and bright smoothie barista who works at Mars, and Jared, a FBI agent who's been living a lie. Logan's character is a bubble of sunshine, he always tries to see the good in people, and the bright side to every situation. Even when his friends are telling him that Jay being so secretive is strange, he still defends Jay, and sees him in a positive light.

I thought this book was good, I felt as though the action scenes felt a bit rushed? There wasn't really any lead up to the kidnapping, and then when that scene did take place, it felt as if it was glossed over. I wish there would've been more to that. Other than that I did enjoy this story, I enjoyed the contrast of Logan's sunshine-y character in comparison to Jared's grumpy ness, they were very cute. I will say that this book is very high steam, the book starts with a steamy scene, so if that's something you don't enjoy, proceed with caution. Overall a decent read!!

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