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Reviewed by Stephanie Chapman for Readers' Favorite
Twenty-five years of marriage are down the drain, and Miranda Blake faces a major life change in Maggie Adams’s Minx: Hell on Heels Series. Miranda’s husband declares he wants a divorce because he is in love with another woman. Instead of falling into despair, Miranda has support from her friends. While she is on a dinner date with Ritter, his brother Reed Michaels appears and introduces himself. Ritter gets her a job at Reed’s company, and she settles into doing her job without an issue. However, she learns that Ritter and her supervisor, Mr. Hartley, intend to cast her aside since she is no longer a young woman. Reed walks in on their discussion and moves Miranda to work with his assistant, Agnes. Miranda develops a crush on Reed, and her friends insist that she try to snare him by dressing up to catch his attention.
I was sympathetic toward Miranda. I've experienced a relationship ending abruptly. The supportive friends she had were very well-developed with their various quirks. Maggie Adams involved them throughout the story at key moments. Ritter didn’t seem to have a sincere interest in Miranda from the beginning. My curiosity grew with the mysterious manner in which Reed’s character appeared aloof but tracked almost every one of Miranda’s movements. The gifts Reed sent to Miranda were genuine and related to her problems. I enjoyed the details of Miranda’s emotions. Minx: Hell on Heels is realistic with engaging dialogue and the normal activities friends take part in. This slow-burn romance contains many humorous events, and I laughed out loud frequently. Readers interested in watching resilient women progressing in self-discovery will enjoy Minx.