REVIEW: Enigma: A Contemporary, Interracial Romance by Violet Elizabeth Moon
Lex Linton is a billionaire's philanthropic son, and Anne Smith is a librarian with a love of puzzles. They were high school sweethearts until Anne rejected his hand in marriage on prom night, and have not spoken since. Eight years later, Anne discovers his company is hosting a contest for an all expense paid vacation at Enigma, the hotel for puzzle lovers. Unable to resist a challenge, she enters, wins, and is reunited with Lex at the resort. Sexual tension and residual feelings rise as the two explore the resort together, and romance and adult content ensue.
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I loved the idea of a puzzle hotel. What would there not be to love about that? This was my first time reading this author. I really enjoyed the story it was short and sweet. Anne and Lex were high school sweethearts who broke up on prom night only to come together again eight years later. Their chemistry is off the charts in the bedroom. It was truly one of the better interracial stories I have read. Although I haven’t read but a handful or more of those over the years. This is certainly an author that I would love to read more of.