T.K. Leigh has done it again. Not only did she bring us Mr. Alexander Burnham, in Chasing the Dragon, she now brings young brother, Tyler Burnham into the hot mix that is know as the Burnham brothers (#TheBurnhamsAreBack).
If you have read the Beautiful Mess series, Chasing the Dragon picks up a few years later. Tyler has served in the Navy and is now working for his older brother's private security company. Tyler, vowing to never put himself or his heart "back out there" is assigned to try and find out if McKenzie knows the whereabouts of her military deserter father who is a wanted man. After a wild time in college, McKenzie has decided to plan and schedule every life detail to keep order in her worlds but the one thing she was not planning on was Tyler Burnham working his way into her schedule and throwing all her planning into the wind.
The storyline of the book is about Tyler getting close to McKenzie to see what he can find out as his brother's company was hired on the case to get close to McKenzie and see what information he can get. But Tyler didn't plan on one thing, falling for McKenzie and jumping feet-first into a real relationship with McKenzie.
Chasing the Dragon is a stand-alone and you do not need to have read any of the books in Beautiful Mess series (if you haven't though, Mr. B "strongly" suggests it. Chasing the Dragon is book one of the Deception Duet books.
Leigh's writing was flawlessly executed into a suspense, drive love story. As a reader, I found myself waiting to see if and when McKenzie would find out why Tyler first entered into their relationship. I have always been a big lover of older brother Alexander Burnham, but after reading Chasing the Dragon, he has taken a backseat to younger brother Tyler Burnham and his hot, filthy mouth. Combine hot scenes and intriguing dialogue, and you get Leigh's absolute perfect book, Chasing the Dragon.