"Notorious Pleasures" was definitely a page turner with well paced action, romance all along and characters you can only drool over. Hero and Griffin couldn't have been more perfect for each other, two beautiful souls who understand something is missing in their lives only after they've met. So different and still so close, their verbal fights were a pleasure to read and I couldn't help myself but smile every time they used teasing nicknames. But then smiles can easily become grins, you know? And boy, you may find lots of them in here... When you read one of Hoyt's love scenes (steamy and so, so, so good), your brain might lose the capacity to fully operate, but no need to worry, you're in such a wonderful dreamy state that it won't bother you at all. On the contrary, you won't probably find the way to go back to reality.
Another wonderful instalment of an alluring series in which, as it always turns out, every character (main or not) has something that catches your attention first and then completely raptures your heart.