Review: Hacking His Code by Lark Anderson

 

If you’re looking for a romance with family mystery, a hacking heroine, and a billionaire hero, Hacking His Code may just be the book for you. Arinessa needs money, now. She is very desperate because her college career is about to end otherwise. Then she is approached by Hunter Davies to take on a hacking job that will pay off big. But Arinessa has a history in hacking that led to a lot of trouble in her teen years. Things are different now but she always swore to never get back into hacking. Tough times call for tough decisions and Arinessa is diving back in.

Hacking his Code is fast-paced and despite a rocky start when it seems like Arinessa is being kidnapped by the hero (she is NOT!), the story picks up. There is quite the mystery involved with Hunter’s family and it was exciting to see how it played out. It definitely lets you step out of the every day real world experience and jump into a story that has a certain cinematic quality to it.  

Hacking His Code is enjoyable!

 
Release Date: February 26
 
I must confess.
I did something very naughty…
And I haven’t learned my lesson.
 
I was late on tuition…
In a mountain of debt…
And morally obligated to grant my mother’s dying wish to get my college degree.
 
Which is why I was on the seedy-underbelly of the internet, cruising for a hacking job.
 
I had no idea Hunter Davies, the elusive tech giant, was watching me, and when I passed his little impromptu pop-quiz, he sent armed men to bring me to his estate.
 
And let me tell you…he is a piece of work!
He’s disgustingly rich, with arrogance in spades.
He should be in jail for what he’s done to me!
But…he offered me a job. One that could make all my problems disappear. 
And as much as I hate to admit it…he’s flippin’ other-worldly levels of gorgeous!
 
Now, I have one week to solve a 24-year-old cold case, or else I go home empty-handed. Just one catch—I have to pretend to be his girlfriend in front of his parents, who are itching for grandkids…
 
I agree to his terms, and somehow, one thing leads to another…and I wake up in his bed.
 
This is not how the job was supposed to go. I hate men—they can’t be trusted!
But the more I learn about Hunter, the less my logic makes sense.
 
I’m supposed to be solving one of the greatest mysteries of our time, not falling in love!
 
And as I’m about to find out, if I don’t figure this all out soon, it could cost us everything…
 
Hacking His Code is a standalone romantic comedy that fits into the bigger Beguiling a Billionaire world! If you LOVE to laugh! If you CRAVE a sexy SIZZLE! And if you HATE cliffhangers—this book is for you!
 
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Meet in Lark Anderson
 
Lark Anderson was raised near Syracuse, New York. She joined the USAF at 19 as a Flight Manager and eventually discharged in pursuit of a college degree. 

Since her years in the Air Force, she has worked as a Claims Manager, a Business Analyst, an Editor, and a Web Page Designer, filling several roles, such as Fraud Investigator, Auditor, Graphic Designer, and Marketer.

 

Lark’s passion for writing manifested in elementary school, but she waited until she was in her 20’s to pursue her passion. Now, she writes and assists other authors in fulfilling their dreams full time.

 

Lark’s interests are broad. She likes her fantasy dark, and her romance STEAMY! She plays Magic: the Gathering and LOVES going to cons and interacting with fellow geeks.

 

Currently, she is writing contemporary romance under Lark Letter Press and is in contract negotiations to develop a sitcom she has been working on.

 
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