Under Your Skin (On The Record #2)

Under Your Skin (On The Record #2)

What do a stolen food-delivery robot, a woman from the past, and a bizarre scheme to microchip military veterans have in common? The infamous Caustic Queen, Washington DC bureau chief Catherine Ayers, would love to find out but she has a lot on her plate right now. She and her fiancée, reporter and Iowa girl Lauren King, are busy wedding planning in Lauren?s home town. That What do a stolen food-delivery robot, a woman from the past, and a bizarre scheme to microchip military veterans ha...

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  • vacatedboat
    Jun 07, 2018

    'Ylva-Publishing ARC provided in exchange for a fair and honest review' **'Satire is the weapon of the powerless against the powerful..Great dialogue has transparency.Something is being said while something else is being felt..' Intoxicating second series! A spectacularly vibran...

    4.5 Stars. An excellent sequel to The Red Files! I?m a Winter fan and really enjoyed her book The Red Files. When I heard there was going to book two, I was really excited. I?m very happy to say I really enjoyed this. I do want to mention that I highly recommend reading The Red Fil...

    Overall, I really enjoyed this sequel to "The Red Files". There were many things to like about this story. I appreciate books that focus on a couple *after* they've gotten together. The story takes place in Iowa which is a first. And, in addition to the romantic plot line, we get a ...

    I received an ARC of this book from Ylva Publishing in exchange for an honest review. First thing first: yes this is a sequel and yes you need to read the prior book before reading this book here. It feeds off of the prior book and follows the same couple from that prior book. I sho...

    It was wonderful seeing the maturing relationship between the scattered Lauren and the always put together Catherine.Both work in Washington but are planning to hold their wedding in Iowa. Of course with these two investigative reporters you know that cake tasting and venue selection w...

    Catherine Ayers is one of those larger than life characters that stay with you long after a book is over, especially if you like strong, caustic ice-queens. If you haven't heard of her, consider picking up the Red Files, where we first meet her and the plucky, idealistic and much young...

    After finishing a Lee Winter book I almost always feel both a wee bit smarter and a wee bit like I missed some IQ points when they were handed out. I love that Winter?s books force me to think about things that are hard to think about even though what I?m reading is, in essence, a ...

  • Amanda
    Jun 30, 2018

    'Ylva-Publishing ARC provided in exchange for a fair and honest review' **'Satire is the weapon of the powerless against the powerful..Great dialogue has transparency.Something is being said while something else is being felt..' Intoxicating second series! A spectacularly vibran...

    4.5 Stars. An excellent sequel to The Red Files! I?m a Winter fan and really enjoyed her book The Red Files. When I heard there was going to book two, I was really excited. I?m very happy to say I really enjoyed this. I do want to mention that I highly recommend reading The Red Fil...

    Overall, I really enjoyed this sequel to "The Red Files". There were many things to like about this story. I appreciate books that focus on a couple *after* they've gotten together. The story takes place in Iowa which is a first. And, in addition to the romantic plot line, we get a ...

    I received an ARC of this book from Ylva Publishing in exchange for an honest review. First thing first: yes this is a sequel and yes you need to read the prior book before reading this book here. It feeds off of the prior book and follows the same couple from that prior book. I sho...

    It was wonderful seeing the maturing relationship between the scattered Lauren and the always put together Catherine.Both work in Washington but are planning to hold their wedding in Iowa. Of course with these two investigative reporters you know that cake tasting and venue selection w...

    Catherine Ayers is one of those larger than life characters that stay with you long after a book is over, especially if you like strong, caustic ice-queens. If you haven't heard of her, consider picking up the Red Files, where we first meet her and the plucky, idealistic and much young...

    After finishing a Lee Winter book I almost always feel both a wee bit smarter and a wee bit like I missed some IQ points when they were handed out. I love that Winter?s books force me to think about things that are hard to think about even though what I?m reading is, in essence, a ...

    I recently read The Red Files, which was a really good read, in order to read Under Your Skin which turned out to be a superb read. Catherine Ayers, well-bred Bostonian, and Lauren King, country girl from Iowa, have been together a year and are taking leave to plan their wedding in Iow...

    This is a great continuation of the book The Red Files, which is necessary to have read to understand this one. Both Catherine and Lauren are still two very interesting characters and together they make an explosive couple both professionally and personally. And the plot developed in t...

    «Under Your Skin» is the sequel to Winter?s exciting novel «The Red Files», and in my opinion, it?s equally good or even better. But to understand this one better, you have to read The Red Files first, it is important to know the story of Lauren and Catherine. Lauren and Cat...

    This goes straight to my faves again. I miss Lauren King and Catherine Ayers. Actually, I kind of hesitated to read this now because my head?s all over the place lately and I?m afraid that I couldn?t connect with the characters but I?ve been looking forward to this, so.. Gla...

    Lee Winter's 'On the record' series consists of 'The red files' (book 1), 'Flashbang' (a short story, part 1.5) and the sequel 'Under your skin'. I highly recommend to read them in order. You could do without 'Flashbang' as it's a bonus erotica story based on the series main characters...

    Under Your Skin by Lee Winter is the sequel The Red Files. If you loved The Red Files, you are going to go out of your mind for this one. If you have never heard of The Red Files, stop her and go buy both of these. You will thank me because these are two of the very best in the lady-lo...

    Another homerun by Lee Winter - pun absolutely intended. I am really going to miss Catherine and Lauren. The focus of the book being so much on their relationship yet staying true to their cores by letting them chase down not 1 but 2 huge stories that seem eerily similar to many of the...

    I'm sorry but I didn't like it, I mean, it's well written but just lives remembering all the goods parts on The Red Files. Ms. Winter keeps writing about the Caustic Queen wit but if she has any left, it doesn't appear in this book. We read a lot about the life of Lauren and Catherine,...

    If I were to name my favorite lesfic authors I could easily pick Lee Winter as one from limited list. This is a great follow up to the Red Files. Winter oozes brilliance in her novels especially when it?s about her area of expertise. Under your Skin made me reevaluate my position on ...

    Even better than Red Files which was practically perfect in every way. Just like Mary Poppins(oh be still my little lesbian heart). ...

    Hands down, this is one of my very favourite books this year. I love it just as much as I loved The Red Files, and I?m thrilled that it?s an even better book. If you haven?t read anything by Lee Winter before, this would be an okay place to start, but you really have to read The ...

    Detailed score: By itself: 4.25 In combination with The Red Files and Flashbang: 4.75 You definitely should read The Red Files before this one. Even if you?ve read The Red Files before but it?s been awhile, it?s worth doing a re-read before picking up this one. There is ...

    * I'm not really a fan of stories with established couples but this book was definitely an exception. The story and the mystery was as engaging as in the first book and I loved that we found out more about Catherine's fall from grace. And their relationship was as enjoyable as in th...

    So this is book 2... so read The Red Files first. I reread The Red Files before starting this one. I was happy I did, because while I remembered a lot from the first read, it wasn't fresh. I LOVED the The Red Files. One of my favorite books ever. Under Your Skin is 5 stars and also a f...

  • Tara
    Jun 30, 2018

    'Ylva-Publishing ARC provided in exchange for a fair and honest review' **'Satire is the weapon of the powerless against the powerful..Great dialogue has transparency.Something is being said while something else is being felt..' Intoxicating second series! A spectacularly vibran...

    4.5 Stars. An excellent sequel to The Red Files! I?m a Winter fan and really enjoyed her book The Red Files. When I heard there was going to book two, I was really excited. I?m very happy to say I really enjoyed this. I do want to mention that I highly recommend reading The Red Fil...

    Overall, I really enjoyed this sequel to "The Red Files". There were many things to like about this story. I appreciate books that focus on a couple *after* they've gotten together. The story takes place in Iowa which is a first. And, in addition to the romantic plot line, we get a ...

    I received an ARC of this book from Ylva Publishing in exchange for an honest review. First thing first: yes this is a sequel and yes you need to read the prior book before reading this book here. It feeds off of the prior book and follows the same couple from that prior book. I sho...

    It was wonderful seeing the maturing relationship between the scattered Lauren and the always put together Catherine.Both work in Washington but are planning to hold their wedding in Iowa. Of course with these two investigative reporters you know that cake tasting and venue selection w...

    Catherine Ayers is one of those larger than life characters that stay with you long after a book is over, especially if you like strong, caustic ice-queens. If you haven't heard of her, consider picking up the Red Files, where we first meet her and the plucky, idealistic and much young...

    After finishing a Lee Winter book I almost always feel both a wee bit smarter and a wee bit like I missed some IQ points when they were handed out. I love that Winter?s books force me to think about things that are hard to think about even though what I?m reading is, in essence, a ...

    I recently read The Red Files, which was a really good read, in order to read Under Your Skin which turned out to be a superb read. Catherine Ayers, well-bred Bostonian, and Lauren King, country girl from Iowa, have been together a year and are taking leave to plan their wedding in Iow...

    This is a great continuation of the book The Red Files, which is necessary to have read to understand this one. Both Catherine and Lauren are still two very interesting characters and together they make an explosive couple both professionally and personally. And the plot developed in t...

    «Under Your Skin» is the sequel to Winter?s exciting novel «The Red Files», and in my opinion, it?s equally good or even better. But to understand this one better, you have to read The Red Files first, it is important to know the story of Lauren and Catherine. Lauren and Cat...

    This goes straight to my faves again. I miss Lauren King and Catherine Ayers. Actually, I kind of hesitated to read this now because my head?s all over the place lately and I?m afraid that I couldn?t connect with the characters but I?ve been looking forward to this, so.. Gla...

    Lee Winter's 'On the record' series consists of 'The red files' (book 1), 'Flashbang' (a short story, part 1.5) and the sequel 'Under your skin'. I highly recommend to read them in order. You could do without 'Flashbang' as it's a bonus erotica story based on the series main characters...

    Under Your Skin by Lee Winter is the sequel The Red Files. If you loved The Red Files, you are going to go out of your mind for this one. If you have never heard of The Red Files, stop her and go buy both of these. You will thank me because these are two of the very best in the lady-lo...

    Another homerun by Lee Winter - pun absolutely intended. I am really going to miss Catherine and Lauren. The focus of the book being so much on their relationship yet staying true to their cores by letting them chase down not 1 but 2 huge stories that seem eerily similar to many of the...

    I'm sorry but I didn't like it, I mean, it's well written but just lives remembering all the goods parts on The Red Files. Ms. Winter keeps writing about the Caustic Queen wit but if she has any left, it doesn't appear in this book. We read a lot about the life of Lauren and Catherine,...

    If I were to name my favorite lesfic authors I could easily pick Lee Winter as one from limited list. This is a great follow up to the Red Files. Winter oozes brilliance in her novels especially when it?s about her area of expertise. Under your Skin made me reevaluate my position on ...

    Even better than Red Files which was practically perfect in every way. Just like Mary Poppins(oh be still my little lesbian heart). ...

    Hands down, this is one of my very favourite books this year. I love it just as much as I loved The Red Files, and I?m thrilled that it?s an even better book. If you haven?t read anything by Lee Winter before, this would be an okay place to start, but you really have to read The ...

  • Balthazaar
    Jul 26, 2018

    'Ylva-Publishing ARC provided in exchange for a fair and honest review' **'Satire is the weapon of the powerless against the powerful..Great dialogue has transparency.Something is being said while something else is being felt..' Intoxicating second series! A spectacularly vibran...

    4.5 Stars. An excellent sequel to The Red Files! I?m a Winter fan and really enjoyed her book The Red Files. When I heard there was going to book two, I was really excited. I?m very happy to say I really enjoyed this. I do want to mention that I highly recommend reading The Red Fil...

    Overall, I really enjoyed this sequel to "The Red Files". There were many things to like about this story. I appreciate books that focus on a couple *after* they've gotten together. The story takes place in Iowa which is a first. And, in addition to the romantic plot line, we get a ...

    I received an ARC of this book from Ylva Publishing in exchange for an honest review. First thing first: yes this is a sequel and yes you need to read the prior book before reading this book here. It feeds off of the prior book and follows the same couple from that prior book. I sho...

    It was wonderful seeing the maturing relationship between the scattered Lauren and the always put together Catherine.Both work in Washington but are planning to hold their wedding in Iowa. Of course with these two investigative reporters you know that cake tasting and venue selection w...

    Catherine Ayers is one of those larger than life characters that stay with you long after a book is over, especially if you like strong, caustic ice-queens. If you haven't heard of her, consider picking up the Red Files, where we first meet her and the plucky, idealistic and much young...

    After finishing a Lee Winter book I almost always feel both a wee bit smarter and a wee bit like I missed some IQ points when they were handed out. I love that Winter?s books force me to think about things that are hard to think about even though what I?m reading is, in essence, a ...

    I recently read The Red Files, which was a really good read, in order to read Under Your Skin which turned out to be a superb read. Catherine Ayers, well-bred Bostonian, and Lauren King, country girl from Iowa, have been together a year and are taking leave to plan their wedding in Iow...

    This is a great continuation of the book The Red Files, which is necessary to have read to understand this one. Both Catherine and Lauren are still two very interesting characters and together they make an explosive couple both professionally and personally. And the plot developed in t...

    «Under Your Skin» is the sequel to Winter?s exciting novel «The Red Files», and in my opinion, it?s equally good or even better. But to understand this one better, you have to read The Red Files first, it is important to know the story of Lauren and Catherine. Lauren and Cat...

    This goes straight to my faves again. I miss Lauren King and Catherine Ayers. Actually, I kind of hesitated to read this now because my head?s all over the place lately and I?m afraid that I couldn?t connect with the characters but I?ve been looking forward to this, so.. Gla...

    Lee Winter's 'On the record' series consists of 'The red files' (book 1), 'Flashbang' (a short story, part 1.5) and the sequel 'Under your skin'. I highly recommend to read them in order. You could do without 'Flashbang' as it's a bonus erotica story based on the series main characters...

    Under Your Skin by Lee Winter is the sequel The Red Files. If you loved The Red Files, you are going to go out of your mind for this one. If you have never heard of The Red Files, stop her and go buy both of these. You will thank me because these are two of the very best in the lady-lo...

    Another homerun by Lee Winter - pun absolutely intended. I am really going to miss Catherine and Lauren. The focus of the book being so much on their relationship yet staying true to their cores by letting them chase down not 1 but 2 huge stories that seem eerily similar to many of the...

    I'm sorry but I didn't like it, I mean, it's well written but just lives remembering all the goods parts on The Red Files. Ms. Winter keeps writing about the Caustic Queen wit but if she has any left, it doesn't appear in this book. We read a lot about the life of Lauren and Catherine,...

    If I were to name my favorite lesfic authors I could easily pick Lee Winter as one from limited list. This is a great follow up to the Red Files. Winter oozes brilliance in her novels especially when it?s about her area of expertise. Under your Skin made me reevaluate my position on ...

    Even better than Red Files which was practically perfect in every way. Just like Mary Poppins(oh be still my little lesbian heart). ...

    Hands down, this is one of my very favourite books this year. I love it just as much as I loved The Red Files, and I?m thrilled that it?s an even better book. If you haven?t read anything by Lee Winter before, this would be an okay place to start, but you really have to read The ...

    Detailed score: By itself: 4.25 In combination with The Red Files and Flashbang: 4.75 You definitely should read The Red Files before this one. Even if you?ve read The Red Files before but it?s been awhile, it?s worth doing a re-read before picking up this one. There is ...

    * I'm not really a fan of stories with established couples but this book was definitely an exception. The story and the mystery was as engaging as in the first book and I loved that we found out more about Catherine's fall from grace. And their relationship was as enjoyable as in th...

    So this is book 2... so read The Red Files first. I reread The Red Files before starting this one. I was happy I did, because while I remembered a lot from the first read, it wasn't fresh. I LOVED the The Red Files. One of my favorite books ever. Under Your Skin is 5 stars and also a f...

    Under Your Skin by Lee Winter is the sequel to her novel The Red Files. Please, give yourself a treat and read that one first. In the sequel, we are reunited with Lauren King and the Caustic Queen, Catherine Ayers. They are living in Washington DC pursuing their careers in journalism w...

    4.75 Boom. This is great. Again. This is a sequel to the excellent Red Files, and manages the magic trick of keeping true to the different and shining personalities of the main characters, while developing them into more rounded people. Catherine and Lauren are in Iowa, ostensib...

  • Carolyn McBride
    Jun 04, 2018

    'Ylva-Publishing ARC provided in exchange for a fair and honest review' **'Satire is the weapon of the powerless against the powerful..Great dialogue has transparency.Something is being said while something else is being felt..' Intoxicating second series! A spectacularly vibran...

    4.5 Stars. An excellent sequel to The Red Files! I?m a Winter fan and really enjoyed her book The Red Files. When I heard there was going to book two, I was really excited. I?m very happy to say I really enjoyed this. I do want to mention that I highly recommend reading The Red Fil...

    Overall, I really enjoyed this sequel to "The Red Files". There were many things to like about this story. I appreciate books that focus on a couple *after* they've gotten together. The story takes place in Iowa which is a first. And, in addition to the romantic plot line, we get a ...

    I received an ARC of this book from Ylva Publishing in exchange for an honest review. First thing first: yes this is a sequel and yes you need to read the prior book before reading this book here. It feeds off of the prior book and follows the same couple from that prior book. I sho...

    It was wonderful seeing the maturing relationship between the scattered Lauren and the always put together Catherine.Both work in Washington but are planning to hold their wedding in Iowa. Of course with these two investigative reporters you know that cake tasting and venue selection w...

    Catherine Ayers is one of those larger than life characters that stay with you long after a book is over, especially if you like strong, caustic ice-queens. If you haven't heard of her, consider picking up the Red Files, where we first meet her and the plucky, idealistic and much young...

    After finishing a Lee Winter book I almost always feel both a wee bit smarter and a wee bit like I missed some IQ points when they were handed out. I love that Winter?s books force me to think about things that are hard to think about even though what I?m reading is, in essence, a ...

    I recently read The Red Files, which was a really good read, in order to read Under Your Skin which turned out to be a superb read. Catherine Ayers, well-bred Bostonian, and Lauren King, country girl from Iowa, have been together a year and are taking leave to plan their wedding in Iow...

    This is a great continuation of the book The Red Files, which is necessary to have read to understand this one. Both Catherine and Lauren are still two very interesting characters and together they make an explosive couple both professionally and personally. And the plot developed in t...

    «Under Your Skin» is the sequel to Winter?s exciting novel «The Red Files», and in my opinion, it?s equally good or even better. But to understand this one better, you have to read The Red Files first, it is important to know the story of Lauren and Catherine. Lauren and Cat...

    This goes straight to my faves again. I miss Lauren King and Catherine Ayers. Actually, I kind of hesitated to read this now because my head?s all over the place lately and I?m afraid that I couldn?t connect with the characters but I?ve been looking forward to this, so.. Gla...

    Lee Winter's 'On the record' series consists of 'The red files' (book 1), 'Flashbang' (a short story, part 1.5) and the sequel 'Under your skin'. I highly recommend to read them in order. You could do without 'Flashbang' as it's a bonus erotica story based on the series main characters...

    Under Your Skin by Lee Winter is the sequel The Red Files. If you loved The Red Files, you are going to go out of your mind for this one. If you have never heard of The Red Files, stop her and go buy both of these. You will thank me because these are two of the very best in the lady-lo...

    Another homerun by Lee Winter - pun absolutely intended. I am really going to miss Catherine and Lauren. The focus of the book being so much on their relationship yet staying true to their cores by letting them chase down not 1 but 2 huge stories that seem eerily similar to many of the...

    I'm sorry but I didn't like it, I mean, it's well written but just lives remembering all the goods parts on The Red Files. Ms. Winter keeps writing about the Caustic Queen wit but if she has any left, it doesn't appear in this book. We read a lot about the life of Lauren and Catherine,...

    If I were to name my favorite lesfic authors I could easily pick Lee Winter as one from limited list. This is a great follow up to the Red Files. Winter oozes brilliance in her novels especially when it?s about her area of expertise. Under your Skin made me reevaluate my position on ...

    Even better than Red Files which was practically perfect in every way. Just like Mary Poppins(oh be still my little lesbian heart). ...

    Hands down, this is one of my very favourite books this year. I love it just as much as I loved The Red Files, and I?m thrilled that it?s an even better book. If you haven?t read anything by Lee Winter before, this would be an okay place to start, but you really have to read The ...

    Detailed score: By itself: 4.25 In combination with The Red Files and Flashbang: 4.75 You definitely should read The Red Files before this one. Even if you?ve read The Red Files before but it?s been awhile, it?s worth doing a re-read before picking up this one. There is ...

    * I'm not really a fan of stories with established couples but this book was definitely an exception. The story and the mystery was as engaging as in the first book and I loved that we found out more about Catherine's fall from grace. And their relationship was as enjoyable as in th...

    So this is book 2... so read The Red Files first. I reread The Red Files before starting this one. I was happy I did, because while I remembered a lot from the first read, it wasn't fresh. I LOVED the The Red Files. One of my favorite books ever. Under Your Skin is 5 stars and also a f...

    Under Your Skin by Lee Winter is the sequel to her novel The Red Files. Please, give yourself a treat and read that one first. In the sequel, we are reunited with Lauren King and the Caustic Queen, Catherine Ayers. They are living in Washington DC pursuing their careers in journalism w...

    4.75 Boom. This is great. Again. This is a sequel to the excellent Red Files, and manages the magic trick of keeping true to the different and shining personalities of the main characters, while developing them into more rounded people. Catherine and Lauren are in Iowa, ostensib...

    If I didn?t love Catherine Ayers before, (Which I did!), I just love her so much more now, and may even have a soft spot more than I did before for Lauren. Ayers and King were just back fully on form in this sequel, on another exciting adventure. One of their own, and one for the lov...

    This is a sequel to the Red files, which I thought was excellent in execution and style. I would recommend reading that first, as this book refers to characters and completes some loose ends such as Catherine?s fall from grace referred to in book 1. This story focused on the wedd...

    So far, my best read of 2018. ...

    Under Your Skin is a sequel to Lee Winter?s The Red Files. Catherine Ayers is now the Political Bureau Chief for the L.A. Sentinel in Washington DC and Lauren King is covering the metro desk division for the Washington Post. Lauren is bringing Catherine home to Iowa to meet her fam...

    Man, I loved this book. And it got me out of my reading funk. Always a pleasure reading anything by Lee. ...

    Lee Winter's writing is absolute brilliance and so I very much enjoyed the sequel to The Red Files. Catherine and Lauren head to Iowa to meet Lauren's family and plan their wedding. But even in Iowa, the two women stumble upon a story, and in the midst of everything else going on begin...

    I thought the book that preceded this one was great, and its follow up is even better! We're taken along for the ride as Lauren and Catherine investigate an intriguing mystery that will affect thousands of people in Iowa, and millions more with a ripple effect. All while planning t...

  • Agirlcandream
    Jun 30, 2018

    'Ylva-Publishing ARC provided in exchange for a fair and honest review' **'Satire is the weapon of the powerless against the powerful..Great dialogue has transparency.Something is being said while something else is being felt..' Intoxicating second series! A spectacularly vibran...

    4.5 Stars. An excellent sequel to The Red Files! I?m a Winter fan and really enjoyed her book The Red Files. When I heard there was going to book two, I was really excited. I?m very happy to say I really enjoyed this. I do want to mention that I highly recommend reading The Red Fil...

    Overall, I really enjoyed this sequel to "The Red Files". There were many things to like about this story. I appreciate books that focus on a couple *after* they've gotten together. The story takes place in Iowa which is a first. And, in addition to the romantic plot line, we get a ...

    I received an ARC of this book from Ylva Publishing in exchange for an honest review. First thing first: yes this is a sequel and yes you need to read the prior book before reading this book here. It feeds off of the prior book and follows the same couple from that prior book. I sho...

    It was wonderful seeing the maturing relationship between the scattered Lauren and the always put together Catherine.Both work in Washington but are planning to hold their wedding in Iowa. Of course with these two investigative reporters you know that cake tasting and venue selection w...

  • Jem
    Jun 08, 2018

    'Ylva-Publishing ARC provided in exchange for a fair and honest review' **'Satire is the weapon of the powerless against the powerful..Great dialogue has transparency.Something is being said while something else is being felt..' Intoxicating second series! A spectacularly vibran...

    4.5 Stars. An excellent sequel to The Red Files! I?m a Winter fan and really enjoyed her book The Red Files. When I heard there was going to book two, I was really excited. I?m very happy to say I really enjoyed this. I do want to mention that I highly recommend reading The Red Fil...

    Overall, I really enjoyed this sequel to "The Red Files". There were many things to like about this story. I appreciate books that focus on a couple *after* they've gotten together. The story takes place in Iowa which is a first. And, in addition to the romantic plot line, we get a ...

    I received an ARC of this book from Ylva Publishing in exchange for an honest review. First thing first: yes this is a sequel and yes you need to read the prior book before reading this book here. It feeds off of the prior book and follows the same couple from that prior book. I sho...

    It was wonderful seeing the maturing relationship between the scattered Lauren and the always put together Catherine.Both work in Washington but are planning to hold their wedding in Iowa. Of course with these two investigative reporters you know that cake tasting and venue selection w...

    Catherine Ayers is one of those larger than life characters that stay with you long after a book is over, especially if you like strong, caustic ice-queens. If you haven't heard of her, consider picking up the Red Files, where we first meet her and the plucky, idealistic and much young...

  • Sasha
    Jul 19, 2018

    'Ylva-Publishing ARC provided in exchange for a fair and honest review' **'Satire is the weapon of the powerless against the powerful..Great dialogue has transparency.Something is being said while something else is being felt..' Intoxicating second series! A spectacularly vibran...

    4.5 Stars. An excellent sequel to The Red Files! I?m a Winter fan and really enjoyed her book The Red Files. When I heard there was going to book two, I was really excited. I?m very happy to say I really enjoyed this. I do want to mention that I highly recommend reading The Red Fil...

    Overall, I really enjoyed this sequel to "The Red Files". There were many things to like about this story. I appreciate books that focus on a couple *after* they've gotten together. The story takes place in Iowa which is a first. And, in addition to the romantic plot line, we get a ...

    I received an ARC of this book from Ylva Publishing in exchange for an honest review. First thing first: yes this is a sequel and yes you need to read the prior book before reading this book here. It feeds off of the prior book and follows the same couple from that prior book. I sho...

    It was wonderful seeing the maturing relationship between the scattered Lauren and the always put together Catherine.Both work in Washington but are planning to hold their wedding in Iowa. Of course with these two investigative reporters you know that cake tasting and venue selection w...

    Catherine Ayers is one of those larger than life characters that stay with you long after a book is over, especially if you like strong, caustic ice-queens. If you haven't heard of her, consider picking up the Red Files, where we first meet her and the plucky, idealistic and much young...

    After finishing a Lee Winter book I almost always feel both a wee bit smarter and a wee bit like I missed some IQ points when they were handed out. I love that Winter?s books force me to think about things that are hard to think about even though what I?m reading is, in essence, a ...

    I recently read The Red Files, which was a really good read, in order to read Under Your Skin which turned out to be a superb read. Catherine Ayers, well-bred Bostonian, and Lauren King, country girl from Iowa, have been together a year and are taking leave to plan their wedding in Iow...

    This is a great continuation of the book The Red Files, which is necessary to have read to understand this one. Both Catherine and Lauren are still two very interesting characters and together they make an explosive couple both professionally and personally. And the plot developed in t...

    «Under Your Skin» is the sequel to Winter?s exciting novel «The Red Files», and in my opinion, it?s equally good or even better. But to understand this one better, you have to read The Red Files first, it is important to know the story of Lauren and Catherine. Lauren and Cat...

    This goes straight to my faves again. I miss Lauren King and Catherine Ayers. Actually, I kind of hesitated to read this now because my head?s all over the place lately and I?m afraid that I couldn?t connect with the characters but I?ve been looking forward to this, so.. Gla...

    Lee Winter's 'On the record' series consists of 'The red files' (book 1), 'Flashbang' (a short story, part 1.5) and the sequel 'Under your skin'. I highly recommend to read them in order. You could do without 'Flashbang' as it's a bonus erotica story based on the series main characters...

    Under Your Skin by Lee Winter is the sequel The Red Files. If you loved The Red Files, you are going to go out of your mind for this one. If you have never heard of The Red Files, stop her and go buy both of these. You will thank me because these are two of the very best in the lady-lo...

    Another homerun by Lee Winter - pun absolutely intended. I am really going to miss Catherine and Lauren. The focus of the book being so much on their relationship yet staying true to their cores by letting them chase down not 1 but 2 huge stories that seem eerily similar to many of the...

    I'm sorry but I didn't like it, I mean, it's well written but just lives remembering all the goods parts on The Red Files. Ms. Winter keeps writing about the Caustic Queen wit but if she has any left, it doesn't appear in this book. We read a lot about the life of Lauren and Catherine,...

    If I were to name my favorite lesfic authors I could easily pick Lee Winter as one from limited list. This is a great follow up to the Red Files. Winter oozes brilliance in her novels especially when it?s about her area of expertise. Under your Skin made me reevaluate my position on ...

    Even better than Red Files which was practically perfect in every way. Just like Mary Poppins(oh be still my little lesbian heart). ...

    Hands down, this is one of my very favourite books this year. I love it just as much as I loved The Red Files, and I?m thrilled that it?s an even better book. If you haven?t read anything by Lee Winter before, this would be an okay place to start, but you really have to read The ...

    Detailed score: By itself: 4.25 In combination with The Red Files and Flashbang: 4.75 You definitely should read The Red Files before this one. Even if you?ve read The Red Files before but it?s been awhile, it?s worth doing a re-read before picking up this one. There is ...

    * I'm not really a fan of stories with established couples but this book was definitely an exception. The story and the mystery was as engaging as in the first book and I loved that we found out more about Catherine's fall from grace. And their relationship was as enjoyable as in th...

    So this is book 2... so read The Red Files first. I reread The Red Files before starting this one. I was happy I did, because while I remembered a lot from the first read, it wasn't fresh. I LOVED the The Red Files. One of my favorite books ever. Under Your Skin is 5 stars and also a f...

    Under Your Skin by Lee Winter is the sequel to her novel The Red Files. Please, give yourself a treat and read that one first. In the sequel, we are reunited with Lauren King and the Caustic Queen, Catherine Ayers. They are living in Washington DC pursuing their careers in journalism w...

    4.75 Boom. This is great. Again. This is a sequel to the excellent Red Files, and manages the magic trick of keeping true to the different and shining personalities of the main characters, while developing them into more rounded people. Catherine and Lauren are in Iowa, ostensib...

    If I didn?t love Catherine Ayers before, (Which I did!), I just love her so much more now, and may even have a soft spot more than I did before for Lauren. Ayers and King were just back fully on form in this sequel, on another exciting adventure. One of their own, and one for the lov...

    This is a sequel to the Red files, which I thought was excellent in execution and style. I would recommend reading that first, as this book refers to characters and completes some loose ends such as Catherine?s fall from grace referred to in book 1. This story focused on the wedd...

    So far, my best read of 2018. ...

    Under Your Skin is a sequel to Lee Winter?s The Red Files. Catherine Ayers is now the Political Bureau Chief for the L.A. Sentinel in Washington DC and Lauren King is covering the metro desk division for the Washington Post. Lauren is bringing Catherine home to Iowa to meet her fam...

    Man, I loved this book. And it got me out of my reading funk. Always a pleasure reading anything by Lee. ...

  • Lexxi Kitty
    Jun 06, 2018

    'Ylva-Publishing ARC provided in exchange for a fair and honest review' **'Satire is the weapon of the powerless against the powerful..Great dialogue has transparency.Something is being said while something else is being felt..' Intoxicating second series! A spectacularly vibran...

    4.5 Stars. An excellent sequel to The Red Files! I?m a Winter fan and really enjoyed her book The Red Files. When I heard there was going to book two, I was really excited. I?m very happy to say I really enjoyed this. I do want to mention that I highly recommend reading The Red Fil...

    Overall, I really enjoyed this sequel to "The Red Files". There were many things to like about this story. I appreciate books that focus on a couple *after* they've gotten together. The story takes place in Iowa which is a first. And, in addition to the romantic plot line, we get a ...

    I received an ARC of this book from Ylva Publishing in exchange for an honest review. First thing first: yes this is a sequel and yes you need to read the prior book before reading this book here. It feeds off of the prior book and follows the same couple from that prior book. I sho...

  • Rosi
    Jul 14, 2018

    'Ylva-Publishing ARC provided in exchange for a fair and honest review' **'Satire is the weapon of the powerless against the powerful..Great dialogue has transparency.Something is being said while something else is being felt..' Intoxicating second series! A spectacularly vibran...

    4.5 Stars. An excellent sequel to The Red Files! I?m a Winter fan and really enjoyed her book The Red Files. When I heard there was going to book two, I was really excited. I?m very happy to say I really enjoyed this. I do want to mention that I highly recommend reading The Red Fil...

    Overall, I really enjoyed this sequel to "The Red Files". There were many things to like about this story. I appreciate books that focus on a couple *after* they've gotten together. The story takes place in Iowa which is a first. And, in addition to the romantic plot line, we get a ...

    I received an ARC of this book from Ylva Publishing in exchange for an honest review. First thing first: yes this is a sequel and yes you need to read the prior book before reading this book here. It feeds off of the prior book and follows the same couple from that prior book. I sho...

    It was wonderful seeing the maturing relationship between the scattered Lauren and the always put together Catherine.Both work in Washington but are planning to hold their wedding in Iowa. Of course with these two investigative reporters you know that cake tasting and venue selection w...

    Catherine Ayers is one of those larger than life characters that stay with you long after a book is over, especially if you like strong, caustic ice-queens. If you haven't heard of her, consider picking up the Red Files, where we first meet her and the plucky, idealistic and much young...

    After finishing a Lee Winter book I almost always feel both a wee bit smarter and a wee bit like I missed some IQ points when they were handed out. I love that Winter?s books force me to think about things that are hard to think about even though what I?m reading is, in essence, a ...

    I recently read The Red Files, which was a really good read, in order to read Under Your Skin which turned out to be a superb read. Catherine Ayers, well-bred Bostonian, and Lauren King, country girl from Iowa, have been together a year and are taking leave to plan their wedding in Iow...

    This is a great continuation of the book The Red Files, which is necessary to have read to understand this one. Both Catherine and Lauren are still two very interesting characters and together they make an explosive couple both professionally and personally. And the plot developed in t...

  • Sandra
    Jun 04, 2018

    'Ylva-Publishing ARC provided in exchange for a fair and honest review' **'Satire is the weapon of the powerless against the powerful..Great dialogue has transparency.Something is being said while something else is being felt..' Intoxicating second series! A spectacularly vibran...

    4.5 Stars. An excellent sequel to The Red Files! I?m a Winter fan and really enjoyed her book The Red Files. When I heard there was going to book two, I was really excited. I?m very happy to say I really enjoyed this. I do want to mention that I highly recommend reading The Red Fil...

    Overall, I really enjoyed this sequel to "The Red Files". There were many things to like about this story. I appreciate books that focus on a couple *after* they've gotten together. The story takes place in Iowa which is a first. And, in addition to the romantic plot line, we get a ...

    I received an ARC of this book from Ylva Publishing in exchange for an honest review. First thing first: yes this is a sequel and yes you need to read the prior book before reading this book here. It feeds off of the prior book and follows the same couple from that prior book. I sho...

    It was wonderful seeing the maturing relationship between the scattered Lauren and the always put together Catherine.Both work in Washington but are planning to hold their wedding in Iowa. Of course with these two investigative reporters you know that cake tasting and venue selection w...

    Catherine Ayers is one of those larger than life characters that stay with you long after a book is over, especially if you like strong, caustic ice-queens. If you haven't heard of her, consider picking up the Red Files, where we first meet her and the plucky, idealistic and much young...

    After finishing a Lee Winter book I almost always feel both a wee bit smarter and a wee bit like I missed some IQ points when they were handed out. I love that Winter?s books force me to think about things that are hard to think about even though what I?m reading is, in essence, a ...

    I recently read The Red Files, which was a really good read, in order to read Under Your Skin which turned out to be a superb read. Catherine Ayers, well-bred Bostonian, and Lauren King, country girl from Iowa, have been together a year and are taking leave to plan their wedding in Iow...

    This is a great continuation of the book The Red Files, which is necessary to have read to understand this one. Both Catherine and Lauren are still two very interesting characters and together they make an explosive couple both professionally and personally. And the plot developed in t...

    «Under Your Skin» is the sequel to Winter?s exciting novel «The Red Files», and in my opinion, it?s equally good or even better. But to understand this one better, you have to read The Red Files first, it is important to know the story of Lauren and Catherine. Lauren and Cat...

  • Margaret
    Jul 09, 2018

    'Ylva-Publishing ARC provided in exchange for a fair and honest review' **'Satire is the weapon of the powerless against the powerful..Great dialogue has transparency.Something is being said while something else is being felt..' Intoxicating second series! A spectacularly vibran...

    4.5 Stars. An excellent sequel to The Red Files! I?m a Winter fan and really enjoyed her book The Red Files. When I heard there was going to book two, I was really excited. I?m very happy to say I really enjoyed this. I do want to mention that I highly recommend reading The Red Fil...

    Overall, I really enjoyed this sequel to "The Red Files". There were many things to like about this story. I appreciate books that focus on a couple *after* they've gotten together. The story takes place in Iowa which is a first. And, in addition to the romantic plot line, we get a ...

    I received an ARC of this book from Ylva Publishing in exchange for an honest review. First thing first: yes this is a sequel and yes you need to read the prior book before reading this book here. It feeds off of the prior book and follows the same couple from that prior book. I sho...

    It was wonderful seeing the maturing relationship between the scattered Lauren and the always put together Catherine.Both work in Washington but are planning to hold their wedding in Iowa. Of course with these two investigative reporters you know that cake tasting and venue selection w...

    Catherine Ayers is one of those larger than life characters that stay with you long after a book is over, especially if you like strong, caustic ice-queens. If you haven't heard of her, consider picking up the Red Files, where we first meet her and the plucky, idealistic and much young...

    After finishing a Lee Winter book I almost always feel both a wee bit smarter and a wee bit like I missed some IQ points when they were handed out. I love that Winter?s books force me to think about things that are hard to think about even though what I?m reading is, in essence, a ...

    I recently read The Red Files, which was a really good read, in order to read Under Your Skin which turned out to be a superb read. Catherine Ayers, well-bred Bostonian, and Lauren King, country girl from Iowa, have been together a year and are taking leave to plan their wedding in Iow...

    This is a great continuation of the book The Red Files, which is necessary to have read to understand this one. Both Catherine and Lauren are still two very interesting characters and together they make an explosive couple both professionally and personally. And the plot developed in t...

    «Under Your Skin» is the sequel to Winter?s exciting novel «The Red Files», and in my opinion, it?s equally good or even better. But to understand this one better, you have to read The Red Files first, it is important to know the story of Lauren and Catherine. Lauren and Cat...

    This goes straight to my faves again. I miss Lauren King and Catherine Ayers. Actually, I kind of hesitated to read this now because my head?s all over the place lately and I?m afraid that I couldn?t connect with the characters but I?ve been looking forward to this, so.. Gla...

    Lee Winter's 'On the record' series consists of 'The red files' (book 1), 'Flashbang' (a short story, part 1.5) and the sequel 'Under your skin'. I highly recommend to read them in order. You could do without 'Flashbang' as it's a bonus erotica story based on the series main characters...

    Under Your Skin by Lee Winter is the sequel The Red Files. If you loved The Red Files, you are going to go out of your mind for this one. If you have never heard of The Red Files, stop her and go buy both of these. You will thank me because these are two of the very best in the lady-lo...

    Another homerun by Lee Winter - pun absolutely intended. I am really going to miss Catherine and Lauren. The focus of the book being so much on their relationship yet staying true to their cores by letting them chase down not 1 but 2 huge stories that seem eerily similar to many of the...

    I'm sorry but I didn't like it, I mean, it's well written but just lives remembering all the goods parts on The Red Files. Ms. Winter keeps writing about the Caustic Queen wit but if she has any left, it doesn't appear in this book. We read a lot about the life of Lauren and Catherine,...

    If I were to name my favorite lesfic authors I could easily pick Lee Winter as one from limited list. This is a great follow up to the Red Files. Winter oozes brilliance in her novels especially when it?s about her area of expertise. Under your Skin made me reevaluate my position on ...

    Even better than Red Files which was practically perfect in every way. Just like Mary Poppins(oh be still my little lesbian heart). ...

    Hands down, this is one of my very favourite books this year. I love it just as much as I loved The Red Files, and I?m thrilled that it?s an even better book. If you haven?t read anything by Lee Winter before, this would be an okay place to start, but you really have to read The ...

    Detailed score: By itself: 4.25 In combination with The Red Files and Flashbang: 4.75 You definitely should read The Red Files before this one. Even if you?ve read The Red Files before but it?s been awhile, it?s worth doing a re-read before picking up this one. There is ...

  • Starsandsun
    Jun 27, 2018

    'Ylva-Publishing ARC provided in exchange for a fair and honest review' **'Satire is the weapon of the powerless against the powerful..Great dialogue has transparency.Something is being said while something else is being felt..' Intoxicating second series! A spectacularly vibran...

    4.5 Stars. An excellent sequel to The Red Files! I?m a Winter fan and really enjoyed her book The Red Files. When I heard there was going to book two, I was really excited. I?m very happy to say I really enjoyed this. I do want to mention that I highly recommend reading The Red Fil...

    Overall, I really enjoyed this sequel to "The Red Files". There were many things to like about this story. I appreciate books that focus on a couple *after* they've gotten together. The story takes place in Iowa which is a first. And, in addition to the romantic plot line, we get a ...

    I received an ARC of this book from Ylva Publishing in exchange for an honest review. First thing first: yes this is a sequel and yes you need to read the prior book before reading this book here. It feeds off of the prior book and follows the same couple from that prior book. I sho...

    It was wonderful seeing the maturing relationship between the scattered Lauren and the always put together Catherine.Both work in Washington but are planning to hold their wedding in Iowa. Of course with these two investigative reporters you know that cake tasting and venue selection w...

    Catherine Ayers is one of those larger than life characters that stay with you long after a book is over, especially if you like strong, caustic ice-queens. If you haven't heard of her, consider picking up the Red Files, where we first meet her and the plucky, idealistic and much young...

    After finishing a Lee Winter book I almost always feel both a wee bit smarter and a wee bit like I missed some IQ points when they were handed out. I love that Winter?s books force me to think about things that are hard to think about even though what I?m reading is, in essence, a ...

    I recently read The Red Files, which was a really good read, in order to read Under Your Skin which turned out to be a superb read. Catherine Ayers, well-bred Bostonian, and Lauren King, country girl from Iowa, have been together a year and are taking leave to plan their wedding in Iow...

    This is a great continuation of the book The Red Files, which is necessary to have read to understand this one. Both Catherine and Lauren are still two very interesting characters and together they make an explosive couple both professionally and personally. And the plot developed in t...

    «Under Your Skin» is the sequel to Winter?s exciting novel «The Red Files», and in my opinion, it?s equally good or even better. But to understand this one better, you have to read The Red Files first, it is important to know the story of Lauren and Catherine. Lauren and Cat...

    This goes straight to my faves again. I miss Lauren King and Catherine Ayers. Actually, I kind of hesitated to read this now because my head?s all over the place lately and I?m afraid that I couldn?t connect with the characters but I?ve been looking forward to this, so.. Gla...

  • Michele
    Jun 23, 2018

    'Ylva-Publishing ARC provided in exchange for a fair and honest review' **'Satire is the weapon of the powerless against the powerful..Great dialogue has transparency.Something is being said while something else is being felt..' Intoxicating second series! A spectacularly vibran...

    4.5 Stars. An excellent sequel to The Red Files! I?m a Winter fan and really enjoyed her book The Red Files. When I heard there was going to book two, I was really excited. I?m very happy to say I really enjoyed this. I do want to mention that I highly recommend reading The Red Fil...

    Overall, I really enjoyed this sequel to "The Red Files". There were many things to like about this story. I appreciate books that focus on a couple *after* they've gotten together. The story takes place in Iowa which is a first. And, in addition to the romantic plot line, we get a ...

    I received an ARC of this book from Ylva Publishing in exchange for an honest review. First thing first: yes this is a sequel and yes you need to read the prior book before reading this book here. It feeds off of the prior book and follows the same couple from that prior book. I sho...

    It was wonderful seeing the maturing relationship between the scattered Lauren and the always put together Catherine.Both work in Washington but are planning to hold their wedding in Iowa. Of course with these two investigative reporters you know that cake tasting and venue selection w...

    Catherine Ayers is one of those larger than life characters that stay with you long after a book is over, especially if you like strong, caustic ice-queens. If you haven't heard of her, consider picking up the Red Files, where we first meet her and the plucky, idealistic and much young...

    After finishing a Lee Winter book I almost always feel both a wee bit smarter and a wee bit like I missed some IQ points when they were handed out. I love that Winter?s books force me to think about things that are hard to think about even though what I?m reading is, in essence, a ...

    I recently read The Red Files, which was a really good read, in order to read Under Your Skin which turned out to be a superb read. Catherine Ayers, well-bred Bostonian, and Lauren King, country girl from Iowa, have been together a year and are taking leave to plan their wedding in Iow...

    This is a great continuation of the book The Red Files, which is necessary to have read to understand this one. Both Catherine and Lauren are still two very interesting characters and together they make an explosive couple both professionally and personally. And the plot developed in t...

    «Under Your Skin» is the sequel to Winter?s exciting novel «The Red Files», and in my opinion, it?s equally good or even better. But to understand this one better, you have to read The Red Files first, it is important to know the story of Lauren and Catherine. Lauren and Cat...

    This goes straight to my faves again. I miss Lauren King and Catherine Ayers. Actually, I kind of hesitated to read this now because my head?s all over the place lately and I?m afraid that I couldn?t connect with the characters but I?ve been looking forward to this, so.. Gla...

    Lee Winter's 'On the record' series consists of 'The red files' (book 1), 'Flashbang' (a short story, part 1.5) and the sequel 'Under your skin'. I highly recommend to read them in order. You could do without 'Flashbang' as it's a bonus erotica story based on the series main characters...

    Under Your Skin by Lee Winter is the sequel The Red Files. If you loved The Red Files, you are going to go out of your mind for this one. If you have never heard of The Red Files, stop her and go buy both of these. You will thank me because these are two of the very best in the lady-lo...

    Another homerun by Lee Winter - pun absolutely intended. I am really going to miss Catherine and Lauren. The focus of the book being so much on their relationship yet staying true to their cores by letting them chase down not 1 but 2 huge stories that seem eerily similar to many of the...

    I'm sorry but I didn't like it, I mean, it's well written but just lives remembering all the goods parts on The Red Files. Ms. Winter keeps writing about the Caustic Queen wit but if she has any left, it doesn't appear in this book. We read a lot about the life of Lauren and Catherine,...

    If I were to name my favorite lesfic authors I could easily pick Lee Winter as one from limited list. This is a great follow up to the Red Files. Winter oozes brilliance in her novels especially when it?s about her area of expertise. Under your Skin made me reevaluate my position on ...

    Even better than Red Files which was practically perfect in every way. Just like Mary Poppins(oh be still my little lesbian heart). ...

  • Diane Wallace
    May 30, 2018

    'Ylva-Publishing ARC provided in exchange for a fair and honest review' **'Satire is the weapon of the powerless against the powerful..Great dialogue has transparency.Something is being said while something else is being felt..' Intoxicating second series! A spectacularly vibran...

  • Gaby
    Jul 09, 2018

    'Ylva-Publishing ARC provided in exchange for a fair and honest review' **'Satire is the weapon of the powerless against the powerful..Great dialogue has transparency.Something is being said while something else is being felt..' Intoxicating second series! A spectacularly vibran...

    4.5 Stars. An excellent sequel to The Red Files! I?m a Winter fan and really enjoyed her book The Red Files. When I heard there was going to book two, I was really excited. I?m very happy to say I really enjoyed this. I do want to mention that I highly recommend reading The Red Fil...

    Overall, I really enjoyed this sequel to "The Red Files". There were many things to like about this story. I appreciate books that focus on a couple *after* they've gotten together. The story takes place in Iowa which is a first. And, in addition to the romantic plot line, we get a ...

    I received an ARC of this book from Ylva Publishing in exchange for an honest review. First thing first: yes this is a sequel and yes you need to read the prior book before reading this book here. It feeds off of the prior book and follows the same couple from that prior book. I sho...

    It was wonderful seeing the maturing relationship between the scattered Lauren and the always put together Catherine.Both work in Washington but are planning to hold their wedding in Iowa. Of course with these two investigative reporters you know that cake tasting and venue selection w...

    Catherine Ayers is one of those larger than life characters that stay with you long after a book is over, especially if you like strong, caustic ice-queens. If you haven't heard of her, consider picking up the Red Files, where we first meet her and the plucky, idealistic and much young...

    After finishing a Lee Winter book I almost always feel both a wee bit smarter and a wee bit like I missed some IQ points when they were handed out. I love that Winter?s books force me to think about things that are hard to think about even though what I?m reading is, in essence, a ...

    I recently read The Red Files, which was a really good read, in order to read Under Your Skin which turned out to be a superb read. Catherine Ayers, well-bred Bostonian, and Lauren King, country girl from Iowa, have been together a year and are taking leave to plan their wedding in Iow...

    This is a great continuation of the book The Red Files, which is necessary to have read to understand this one. Both Catherine and Lauren are still two very interesting characters and together they make an explosive couple both professionally and personally. And the plot developed in t...

    «Under Your Skin» is the sequel to Winter?s exciting novel «The Red Files», and in my opinion, it?s equally good or even better. But to understand this one better, you have to read The Red Files first, it is important to know the story of Lauren and Catherine. Lauren and Cat...

    This goes straight to my faves again. I miss Lauren King and Catherine Ayers. Actually, I kind of hesitated to read this now because my head?s all over the place lately and I?m afraid that I couldn?t connect with the characters but I?ve been looking forward to this, so.. Gla...

    Lee Winter's 'On the record' series consists of 'The red files' (book 1), 'Flashbang' (a short story, part 1.5) and the sequel 'Under your skin'. I highly recommend to read them in order. You could do without 'Flashbang' as it's a bonus erotica story based on the series main characters...

  • Paulina
    Jul 08, 2018

    'Ylva-Publishing ARC provided in exchange for a fair and honest review' **'Satire is the weapon of the powerless against the powerful..Great dialogue has transparency.Something is being said while something else is being felt..' Intoxicating second series! A spectacularly vibran...

    4.5 Stars. An excellent sequel to The Red Files! I?m a Winter fan and really enjoyed her book The Red Files. When I heard there was going to book two, I was really excited. I?m very happy to say I really enjoyed this. I do want to mention that I highly recommend reading The Red Fil...

    Overall, I really enjoyed this sequel to "The Red Files". There were many things to like about this story. I appreciate books that focus on a couple *after* they've gotten together. The story takes place in Iowa which is a first. And, in addition to the romantic plot line, we get a ...

    I received an ARC of this book from Ylva Publishing in exchange for an honest review. First thing first: yes this is a sequel and yes you need to read the prior book before reading this book here. It feeds off of the prior book and follows the same couple from that prior book. I sho...

    It was wonderful seeing the maturing relationship between the scattered Lauren and the always put together Catherine.Both work in Washington but are planning to hold their wedding in Iowa. Of course with these two investigative reporters you know that cake tasting and venue selection w...

    Catherine Ayers is one of those larger than life characters that stay with you long after a book is over, especially if you like strong, caustic ice-queens. If you haven't heard of her, consider picking up the Red Files, where we first meet her and the plucky, idealistic and much young...

    After finishing a Lee Winter book I almost always feel both a wee bit smarter and a wee bit like I missed some IQ points when they were handed out. I love that Winter?s books force me to think about things that are hard to think about even though what I?m reading is, in essence, a ...

    I recently read The Red Files, which was a really good read, in order to read Under Your Skin which turned out to be a superb read. Catherine Ayers, well-bred Bostonian, and Lauren King, country girl from Iowa, have been together a year and are taking leave to plan their wedding in Iow...

    This is a great continuation of the book The Red Files, which is necessary to have read to understand this one. Both Catherine and Lauren are still two very interesting characters and together they make an explosive couple both professionally and personally. And the plot developed in t...

    «Under Your Skin» is the sequel to Winter?s exciting novel «The Red Files», and in my opinion, it?s equally good or even better. But to understand this one better, you have to read The Red Files first, it is important to know the story of Lauren and Catherine. Lauren and Cat...

    This goes straight to my faves again. I miss Lauren King and Catherine Ayers. Actually, I kind of hesitated to read this now because my head?s all over the place lately and I?m afraid that I couldn?t connect with the characters but I?ve been looking forward to this, so.. Gla...

    Lee Winter's 'On the record' series consists of 'The red files' (book 1), 'Flashbang' (a short story, part 1.5) and the sequel 'Under your skin'. I highly recommend to read them in order. You could do without 'Flashbang' as it's a bonus erotica story based on the series main characters...

    Under Your Skin by Lee Winter is the sequel The Red Files. If you loved The Red Files, you are going to go out of your mind for this one. If you have never heard of The Red Files, stop her and go buy both of these. You will thank me because these are two of the very best in the lady-lo...

    Another homerun by Lee Winter - pun absolutely intended. I am really going to miss Catherine and Lauren. The focus of the book being so much on their relationship yet staying true to their cores by letting them chase down not 1 but 2 huge stories that seem eerily similar to many of the...

    I'm sorry but I didn't like it, I mean, it's well written but just lives remembering all the goods parts on The Red Files. Ms. Winter keeps writing about the Caustic Queen wit but if she has any left, it doesn't appear in this book. We read a lot about the life of Lauren and Catherine,...

    If I were to name my favorite lesfic authors I could easily pick Lee Winter as one from limited list. This is a great follow up to the Red Files. Winter oozes brilliance in her novels especially when it?s about her area of expertise. Under your Skin made me reevaluate my position on ...

    Even better than Red Files which was practically perfect in every way. Just like Mary Poppins(oh be still my little lesbian heart). ...

    Hands down, this is one of my very favourite books this year. I love it just as much as I loved The Red Files, and I?m thrilled that it?s an even better book. If you haven?t read anything by Lee Winter before, this would be an okay place to start, but you really have to read The ...

    Detailed score: By itself: 4.25 In combination with The Red Files and Flashbang: 4.75 You definitely should read The Red Files before this one. Even if you?ve read The Red Files before but it?s been awhile, it?s worth doing a re-read before picking up this one. There is ...

    * I'm not really a fan of stories with established couples but this book was definitely an exception. The story and the mystery was as engaging as in the first book and I loved that we found out more about Catherine's fall from grace. And their relationship was as enjoyable as in th...

  • Tiff
    Jun 27, 2018

    'Ylva-Publishing ARC provided in exchange for a fair and honest review' **'Satire is the weapon of the powerless against the powerful..Great dialogue has transparency.Something is being said while something else is being felt..' Intoxicating second series! A spectacularly vibran...

    4.5 Stars. An excellent sequel to The Red Files! I?m a Winter fan and really enjoyed her book The Red Files. When I heard there was going to book two, I was really excited. I?m very happy to say I really enjoyed this. I do want to mention that I highly recommend reading The Red Fil...

    Overall, I really enjoyed this sequel to "The Red Files". There were many things to like about this story. I appreciate books that focus on a couple *after* they've gotten together. The story takes place in Iowa which is a first. And, in addition to the romantic plot line, we get a ...

    I received an ARC of this book from Ylva Publishing in exchange for an honest review. First thing first: yes this is a sequel and yes you need to read the prior book before reading this book here. It feeds off of the prior book and follows the same couple from that prior book. I sho...

    It was wonderful seeing the maturing relationship between the scattered Lauren and the always put together Catherine.Both work in Washington but are planning to hold their wedding in Iowa. Of course with these two investigative reporters you know that cake tasting and venue selection w...

    Catherine Ayers is one of those larger than life characters that stay with you long after a book is over, especially if you like strong, caustic ice-queens. If you haven't heard of her, consider picking up the Red Files, where we first meet her and the plucky, idealistic and much young...

    After finishing a Lee Winter book I almost always feel both a wee bit smarter and a wee bit like I missed some IQ points when they were handed out. I love that Winter?s books force me to think about things that are hard to think about even though what I?m reading is, in essence, a ...

    I recently read The Red Files, which was a really good read, in order to read Under Your Skin which turned out to be a superb read. Catherine Ayers, well-bred Bostonian, and Lauren King, country girl from Iowa, have been together a year and are taking leave to plan their wedding in Iow...

    This is a great continuation of the book The Red Files, which is necessary to have read to understand this one. Both Catherine and Lauren are still two very interesting characters and together they make an explosive couple both professionally and personally. And the plot developed in t...

    «Under Your Skin» is the sequel to Winter?s exciting novel «The Red Files», and in my opinion, it?s equally good or even better. But to understand this one better, you have to read The Red Files first, it is important to know the story of Lauren and Catherine. Lauren and Cat...

    This goes straight to my faves again. I miss Lauren King and Catherine Ayers. Actually, I kind of hesitated to read this now because my head?s all over the place lately and I?m afraid that I couldn?t connect with the characters but I?ve been looking forward to this, so.. Gla...

    Lee Winter's 'On the record' series consists of 'The red files' (book 1), 'Flashbang' (a short story, part 1.5) and the sequel 'Under your skin'. I highly recommend to read them in order. You could do without 'Flashbang' as it's a bonus erotica story based on the series main characters...

    Under Your Skin by Lee Winter is the sequel The Red Files. If you loved The Red Files, you are going to go out of your mind for this one. If you have never heard of The Red Files, stop her and go buy both of these. You will thank me because these are two of the very best in the lady-lo...

  • Ivanka K.
    Jun 08, 2018

    'Ylva-Publishing ARC provided in exchange for a fair and honest review' **'Satire is the weapon of the powerless against the powerful..Great dialogue has transparency.Something is being said while something else is being felt..' Intoxicating second series! A spectacularly vibran...

    4.5 Stars. An excellent sequel to The Red Files! I?m a Winter fan and really enjoyed her book The Red Files. When I heard there was going to book two, I was really excited. I?m very happy to say I really enjoyed this. I do want to mention that I highly recommend reading The Red Fil...

    Overall, I really enjoyed this sequel to "The Red Files". There were many things to like about this story. I appreciate books that focus on a couple *after* they've gotten together. The story takes place in Iowa which is a first. And, in addition to the romantic plot line, we get a ...

    I received an ARC of this book from Ylva Publishing in exchange for an honest review. First thing first: yes this is a sequel and yes you need to read the prior book before reading this book here. It feeds off of the prior book and follows the same couple from that prior book. I sho...

    It was wonderful seeing the maturing relationship between the scattered Lauren and the always put together Catherine.Both work in Washington but are planning to hold their wedding in Iowa. Of course with these two investigative reporters you know that cake tasting and venue selection w...

    Catherine Ayers is one of those larger than life characters that stay with you long after a book is over, especially if you like strong, caustic ice-queens. If you haven't heard of her, consider picking up the Red Files, where we first meet her and the plucky, idealistic and much young...

    After finishing a Lee Winter book I almost always feel both a wee bit smarter and a wee bit like I missed some IQ points when they were handed out. I love that Winter?s books force me to think about things that are hard to think about even though what I?m reading is, in essence, a ...

    I recently read The Red Files, which was a really good read, in order to read Under Your Skin which turned out to be a superb read. Catherine Ayers, well-bred Bostonian, and Lauren King, country girl from Iowa, have been together a year and are taking leave to plan their wedding in Iow...

    This is a great continuation of the book The Red Files, which is necessary to have read to understand this one. Both Catherine and Lauren are still two very interesting characters and together they make an explosive couple both professionally and personally. And the plot developed in t...

    «Under Your Skin» is the sequel to Winter?s exciting novel «The Red Files», and in my opinion, it?s equally good or even better. But to understand this one better, you have to read The Red Files first, it is important to know the story of Lauren and Catherine. Lauren and Cat...

    This goes straight to my faves again. I miss Lauren King and Catherine Ayers. Actually, I kind of hesitated to read this now because my head?s all over the place lately and I?m afraid that I couldn?t connect with the characters but I?ve been looking forward to this, so.. Gla...

    Lee Winter's 'On the record' series consists of 'The red files' (book 1), 'Flashbang' (a short story, part 1.5) and the sequel 'Under your skin'. I highly recommend to read them in order. You could do without 'Flashbang' as it's a bonus erotica story based on the series main characters...

    Under Your Skin by Lee Winter is the sequel The Red Files. If you loved The Red Files, you are going to go out of your mind for this one. If you have never heard of The Red Files, stop her and go buy both of these. You will thank me because these are two of the very best in the lady-lo...

    Another homerun by Lee Winter - pun absolutely intended. I am really going to miss Catherine and Lauren. The focus of the book being so much on their relationship yet staying true to their cores by letting them chase down not 1 but 2 huge stories that seem eerily similar to many of the...

    I'm sorry but I didn't like it, I mean, it's well written but just lives remembering all the goods parts on The Red Files. Ms. Winter keeps writing about the Caustic Queen wit but if she has any left, it doesn't appear in this book. We read a lot about the life of Lauren and Catherine,...

  • Lex Kent
    May 28, 2018

    'Ylva-Publishing ARC provided in exchange for a fair and honest review' **'Satire is the weapon of the powerless against the powerful..Great dialogue has transparency.Something is being said while something else is being felt..' Intoxicating second series! A spectacularly vibran...

    4.5 Stars. An excellent sequel to The Red Files! I?m a Winter fan and really enjoyed her book The Red Files. When I heard there was going to book two, I was really excited. I?m very happy to say I really enjoyed this. I do want to mention that I highly recommend reading The Red Fil...

  • Liz
    Jun 18, 2018

    'Ylva-Publishing ARC provided in exchange for a fair and honest review' **'Satire is the weapon of the powerless against the powerful..Great dialogue has transparency.Something is being said while something else is being felt..' Intoxicating second series! A spectacularly vibran...

    4.5 Stars. An excellent sequel to The Red Files! I?m a Winter fan and really enjoyed her book The Red Files. When I heard there was going to book two, I was really excited. I?m very happy to say I really enjoyed this. I do want to mention that I highly recommend reading The Red Fil...

    Overall, I really enjoyed this sequel to "The Red Files". There were many things to like about this story. I appreciate books that focus on a couple *after* they've gotten together. The story takes place in Iowa which is a first. And, in addition to the romantic plot line, we get a ...

    I received an ARC of this book from Ylva Publishing in exchange for an honest review. First thing first: yes this is a sequel and yes you need to read the prior book before reading this book here. It feeds off of the prior book and follows the same couple from that prior book. I sho...

    It was wonderful seeing the maturing relationship between the scattered Lauren and the always put together Catherine.Both work in Washington but are planning to hold their wedding in Iowa. Of course with these two investigative reporters you know that cake tasting and venue selection w...

    Catherine Ayers is one of those larger than life characters that stay with you long after a book is over, especially if you like strong, caustic ice-queens. If you haven't heard of her, consider picking up the Red Files, where we first meet her and the plucky, idealistic and much young...

    After finishing a Lee Winter book I almost always feel both a wee bit smarter and a wee bit like I missed some IQ points when they were handed out. I love that Winter?s books force me to think about things that are hard to think about even though what I?m reading is, in essence, a ...

    I recently read The Red Files, which was a really good read, in order to read Under Your Skin which turned out to be a superb read. Catherine Ayers, well-bred Bostonian, and Lauren King, country girl from Iowa, have been together a year and are taking leave to plan their wedding in Iow...

    This is a great continuation of the book The Red Files, which is necessary to have read to understand this one. Both Catherine and Lauren are still two very interesting characters and together they make an explosive couple both professionally and personally. And the plot developed in t...

    «Under Your Skin» is the sequel to Winter?s exciting novel «The Red Files», and in my opinion, it?s equally good or even better. But to understand this one better, you have to read The Red Files first, it is important to know the story of Lauren and Catherine. Lauren and Cat...

    This goes straight to my faves again. I miss Lauren King and Catherine Ayers. Actually, I kind of hesitated to read this now because my head?s all over the place lately and I?m afraid that I couldn?t connect with the characters but I?ve been looking forward to this, so.. Gla...

    Lee Winter's 'On the record' series consists of 'The red files' (book 1), 'Flashbang' (a short story, part 1.5) and the sequel 'Under your skin'. I highly recommend to read them in order. You could do without 'Flashbang' as it's a bonus erotica story based on the series main characters...

    Under Your Skin by Lee Winter is the sequel The Red Files. If you loved The Red Files, you are going to go out of your mind for this one. If you have never heard of The Red Files, stop her and go buy both of these. You will thank me because these are two of the very best in the lady-lo...

    Another homerun by Lee Winter - pun absolutely intended. I am really going to miss Catherine and Lauren. The focus of the book being so much on their relationship yet staying true to their cores by letting them chase down not 1 but 2 huge stories that seem eerily similar to many of the...

    I'm sorry but I didn't like it, I mean, it's well written but just lives remembering all the goods parts on The Red Files. Ms. Winter keeps writing about the Caustic Queen wit but if she has any left, it doesn't appear in this book. We read a lot about the life of Lauren and Catherine,...

    If I were to name my favorite lesfic authors I could easily pick Lee Winter as one from limited list. This is a great follow up to the Red Files. Winter oozes brilliance in her novels especially when it?s about her area of expertise. Under your Skin made me reevaluate my position on ...

    Even better than Red Files which was practically perfect in every way. Just like Mary Poppins(oh be still my little lesbian heart). ...

    Hands down, this is one of my very favourite books this year. I love it just as much as I loved The Red Files, and I?m thrilled that it?s an even better book. If you haven?t read anything by Lee Winter before, this would be an okay place to start, but you really have to read The ...

    Detailed score: By itself: 4.25 In combination with The Red Files and Flashbang: 4.75 You definitely should read The Red Files before this one. Even if you?ve read The Red Files before but it?s been awhile, it?s worth doing a re-read before picking up this one. There is ...

    * I'm not really a fan of stories with established couples but this book was definitely an exception. The story and the mystery was as engaging as in the first book and I loved that we found out more about Catherine's fall from grace. And their relationship was as enjoyable as in th...

    So this is book 2... so read The Red Files first. I reread The Red Files before starting this one. I was happy I did, because while I remembered a lot from the first read, it wasn't fresh. I LOVED the The Red Files. One of my favorite books ever. Under Your Skin is 5 stars and also a f...

    Under Your Skin by Lee Winter is the sequel to her novel The Red Files. Please, give yourself a treat and read that one first. In the sequel, we are reunited with Lauren King and the Caustic Queen, Catherine Ayers. They are living in Washington DC pursuing their careers in journalism w...

    4.75 Boom. This is great. Again. This is a sequel to the excellent Red Files, and manages the magic trick of keeping true to the different and shining personalities of the main characters, while developing them into more rounded people. Catherine and Lauren are in Iowa, ostensib...

    If I didn?t love Catherine Ayers before, (Which I did!), I just love her so much more now, and may even have a soft spot more than I did before for Lauren. Ayers and King were just back fully on form in this sequel, on another exciting adventure. One of their own, and one for the lov...

    This is a sequel to the Red files, which I thought was excellent in execution and style. I would recommend reading that first, as this book refers to characters and completes some loose ends such as Catherine?s fall from grace referred to in book 1. This story focused on the wedd...

  • Jasmine
    Jun 27, 2018

    'Ylva-Publishing ARC provided in exchange for a fair and honest review' **'Satire is the weapon of the powerless against the powerful..Great dialogue has transparency.Something is being said while something else is being felt..' Intoxicating second series! A spectacularly vibran...

    4.5 Stars. An excellent sequel to The Red Files! I?m a Winter fan and really enjoyed her book The Red Files. When I heard there was going to book two, I was really excited. I?m very happy to say I really enjoyed this. I do want to mention that I highly recommend reading The Red Fil...

    Overall, I really enjoyed this sequel to "The Red Files". There were many things to like about this story. I appreciate books that focus on a couple *after* they've gotten together. The story takes place in Iowa which is a first. And, in addition to the romantic plot line, we get a ...

    I received an ARC of this book from Ylva Publishing in exchange for an honest review. First thing first: yes this is a sequel and yes you need to read the prior book before reading this book here. It feeds off of the prior book and follows the same couple from that prior book. I sho...

    It was wonderful seeing the maturing relationship between the scattered Lauren and the always put together Catherine.Both work in Washington but are planning to hold their wedding in Iowa. Of course with these two investigative reporters you know that cake tasting and venue selection w...

    Catherine Ayers is one of those larger than life characters that stay with you long after a book is over, especially if you like strong, caustic ice-queens. If you haven't heard of her, consider picking up the Red Files, where we first meet her and the plucky, idealistic and much young...

    After finishing a Lee Winter book I almost always feel both a wee bit smarter and a wee bit like I missed some IQ points when they were handed out. I love that Winter?s books force me to think about things that are hard to think about even though what I?m reading is, in essence, a ...

    I recently read The Red Files, which was a really good read, in order to read Under Your Skin which turned out to be a superb read. Catherine Ayers, well-bred Bostonian, and Lauren King, country girl from Iowa, have been together a year and are taking leave to plan their wedding in Iow...

    This is a great continuation of the book The Red Files, which is necessary to have read to understand this one. Both Catherine and Lauren are still two very interesting characters and together they make an explosive couple both professionally and personally. And the plot developed in t...

    «Under Your Skin» is the sequel to Winter?s exciting novel «The Red Files», and in my opinion, it?s equally good or even better. But to understand this one better, you have to read The Red Files first, it is important to know the story of Lauren and Catherine. Lauren and Cat...

    This goes straight to my faves again. I miss Lauren King and Catherine Ayers. Actually, I kind of hesitated to read this now because my head?s all over the place lately and I?m afraid that I couldn?t connect with the characters but I?ve been looking forward to this, so.. Gla...

    Lee Winter's 'On the record' series consists of 'The red files' (book 1), 'Flashbang' (a short story, part 1.5) and the sequel 'Under your skin'. I highly recommend to read them in order. You could do without 'Flashbang' as it's a bonus erotica story based on the series main characters...

    Under Your Skin by Lee Winter is the sequel The Red Files. If you loved The Red Files, you are going to go out of your mind for this one. If you have never heard of The Red Files, stop her and go buy both of these. You will thank me because these are two of the very best in the lady-lo...

    Another homerun by Lee Winter - pun absolutely intended. I am really going to miss Catherine and Lauren. The focus of the book being so much on their relationship yet staying true to their cores by letting them chase down not 1 but 2 huge stories that seem eerily similar to many of the...

    I'm sorry but I didn't like it, I mean, it's well written but just lives remembering all the goods parts on The Red Files. Ms. Winter keeps writing about the Caustic Queen wit but if she has any left, it doesn't appear in this book. We read a lot about the life of Lauren and Catherine,...

    If I were to name my favorite lesfic authors I could easily pick Lee Winter as one from limited list. This is a great follow up to the Red Files. Winter oozes brilliance in her novels especially when it?s about her area of expertise. Under your Skin made me reevaluate my position on ...

    Even better than Red Files which was practically perfect in every way. Just like Mary Poppins(oh be still my little lesbian heart). ...

    Hands down, this is one of my very favourite books this year. I love it just as much as I loved The Red Files, and I?m thrilled that it?s an even better book. If you haven?t read anything by Lee Winter before, this would be an okay place to start, but you really have to read The ...

    Detailed score: By itself: 4.25 In combination with The Red Files and Flashbang: 4.75 You definitely should read The Red Files before this one. Even if you?ve read The Red Files before but it?s been awhile, it?s worth doing a re-read before picking up this one. There is ...

    * I'm not really a fan of stories with established couples but this book was definitely an exception. The story and the mystery was as engaging as in the first book and I loved that we found out more about Catherine's fall from grace. And their relationship was as enjoyable as in th...

    So this is book 2... so read The Red Files first. I reread The Red Files before starting this one. I was happy I did, because while I remembered a lot from the first read, it wasn't fresh. I LOVED the The Red Files. One of my favorite books ever. Under Your Skin is 5 stars and also a f...

    Under Your Skin by Lee Winter is the sequel to her novel The Red Files. Please, give yourself a treat and read that one first. In the sequel, we are reunited with Lauren King and the Caustic Queen, Catherine Ayers. They are living in Washington DC pursuing their careers in journalism w...

    4.75 Boom. This is great. Again. This is a sequel to the excellent Red Files, and manages the magic trick of keeping true to the different and shining personalities of the main characters, while developing them into more rounded people. Catherine and Lauren are in Iowa, ostensib...

    If I didn?t love Catherine Ayers before, (Which I did!), I just love her so much more now, and may even have a soft spot more than I did before for Lauren. Ayers and King were just back fully on form in this sequel, on another exciting adventure. One of their own, and one for the lov...

    This is a sequel to the Red files, which I thought was excellent in execution and style. I would recommend reading that first, as this book refers to characters and completes some loose ends such as Catherine?s fall from grace referred to in book 1. This story focused on the wedd...

    So far, my best read of 2018. ...

    Under Your Skin is a sequel to Lee Winter?s The Red Files. Catherine Ayers is now the Political Bureau Chief for the L.A. Sentinel in Washington DC and Lauren King is covering the metro desk division for the Washington Post. Lauren is bringing Catherine home to Iowa to meet her fam...

    Man, I loved this book. And it got me out of my reading funk. Always a pleasure reading anything by Lee. ...

    Lee Winter's writing is absolute brilliance and so I very much enjoyed the sequel to The Red Files. Catherine and Lauren head to Iowa to meet Lauren's family and plan their wedding. But even in Iowa, the two women stumble upon a story, and in the midst of everything else going on begin...

  • Della
    Jun 10, 2018

    'Ylva-Publishing ARC provided in exchange for a fair and honest review' **'Satire is the weapon of the powerless against the powerful..Great dialogue has transparency.Something is being said while something else is being felt..' Intoxicating second series! A spectacularly vibran...

    4.5 Stars. An excellent sequel to The Red Files! I?m a Winter fan and really enjoyed her book The Red Files. When I heard there was going to book two, I was really excited. I?m very happy to say I really enjoyed this. I do want to mention that I highly recommend reading The Red Fil...

    Overall, I really enjoyed this sequel to "The Red Files". There were many things to like about this story. I appreciate books that focus on a couple *after* they've gotten together. The story takes place in Iowa which is a first. And, in addition to the romantic plot line, we get a ...

    I received an ARC of this book from Ylva Publishing in exchange for an honest review. First thing first: yes this is a sequel and yes you need to read the prior book before reading this book here. It feeds off of the prior book and follows the same couple from that prior book. I sho...

    It was wonderful seeing the maturing relationship between the scattered Lauren and the always put together Catherine.Both work in Washington but are planning to hold their wedding in Iowa. Of course with these two investigative reporters you know that cake tasting and venue selection w...

    Catherine Ayers is one of those larger than life characters that stay with you long after a book is over, especially if you like strong, caustic ice-queens. If you haven't heard of her, consider picking up the Red Files, where we first meet her and the plucky, idealistic and much young...

    After finishing a Lee Winter book I almost always feel both a wee bit smarter and a wee bit like I missed some IQ points when they were handed out. I love that Winter?s books force me to think about things that are hard to think about even though what I?m reading is, in essence, a ...

    I recently read The Red Files, which was a really good read, in order to read Under Your Skin which turned out to be a superb read. Catherine Ayers, well-bred Bostonian, and Lauren King, country girl from Iowa, have been together a year and are taking leave to plan their wedding in Iow...

    This is a great continuation of the book The Red Files, which is necessary to have read to understand this one. Both Catherine and Lauren are still two very interesting characters and together they make an explosive couple both professionally and personally. And the plot developed in t...

    «Under Your Skin» is the sequel to Winter?s exciting novel «The Red Files», and in my opinion, it?s equally good or even better. But to understand this one better, you have to read The Red Files first, it is important to know the story of Lauren and Catherine. Lauren and Cat...

    This goes straight to my faves again. I miss Lauren King and Catherine Ayers. Actually, I kind of hesitated to read this now because my head?s all over the place lately and I?m afraid that I couldn?t connect with the characters but I?ve been looking forward to this, so.. Gla...

    Lee Winter's 'On the record' series consists of 'The red files' (book 1), 'Flashbang' (a short story, part 1.5) and the sequel 'Under your skin'. I highly recommend to read them in order. You could do without 'Flashbang' as it's a bonus erotica story based on the series main characters...

    Under Your Skin by Lee Winter is the sequel The Red Files. If you loved The Red Files, you are going to go out of your mind for this one. If you have never heard of The Red Files, stop her and go buy both of these. You will thank me because these are two of the very best in the lady-lo...

    Another homerun by Lee Winter - pun absolutely intended. I am really going to miss Catherine and Lauren. The focus of the book being so much on their relationship yet staying true to their cores by letting them chase down not 1 but 2 huge stories that seem eerily similar to many of the...

    I'm sorry but I didn't like it, I mean, it's well written but just lives remembering all the goods parts on The Red Files. Ms. Winter keeps writing about the Caustic Queen wit but if she has any left, it doesn't appear in this book. We read a lot about the life of Lauren and Catherine,...

    If I were to name my favorite lesfic authors I could easily pick Lee Winter as one from limited list. This is a great follow up to the Red Files. Winter oozes brilliance in her novels especially when it?s about her area of expertise. Under your Skin made me reevaluate my position on ...

    Even better than Red Files which was practically perfect in every way. Just like Mary Poppins(oh be still my little lesbian heart). ...

    Hands down, this is one of my very favourite books this year. I love it just as much as I loved The Red Files, and I?m thrilled that it?s an even better book. If you haven?t read anything by Lee Winter before, this would be an okay place to start, but you really have to read The ...

    Detailed score: By itself: 4.25 In combination with The Red Files and Flashbang: 4.75 You definitely should read The Red Files before this one. Even if you?ve read The Red Files before but it?s been awhile, it?s worth doing a re-read before picking up this one. There is ...

    * I'm not really a fan of stories with established couples but this book was definitely an exception. The story and the mystery was as engaging as in the first book and I loved that we found out more about Catherine's fall from grace. And their relationship was as enjoyable as in th...

    So this is book 2... so read The Red Files first. I reread The Red Files before starting this one. I was happy I did, because while I remembered a lot from the first read, it wasn't fresh. I LOVED the The Red Files. One of my favorite books ever. Under Your Skin is 5 stars and also a f...

    Under Your Skin by Lee Winter is the sequel to her novel The Red Files. Please, give yourself a treat and read that one first. In the sequel, we are reunited with Lauren King and the Caustic Queen, Catherine Ayers. They are living in Washington DC pursuing their careers in journalism w...

    4.75 Boom. This is great. Again. This is a sequel to the excellent Red Files, and manages the magic trick of keeping true to the different and shining personalities of the main characters, while developing them into more rounded people. Catherine and Lauren are in Iowa, ostensib...

    If I didn?t love Catherine Ayers before, (Which I did!), I just love her so much more now, and may even have a soft spot more than I did before for Lauren. Ayers and King were just back fully on form in this sequel, on another exciting adventure. One of their own, and one for the lov...

    This is a sequel to the Red files, which I thought was excellent in execution and style. I would recommend reading that first, as this book refers to characters and completes some loose ends such as Catherine?s fall from grace referred to in book 1. This story focused on the wedd...

    So far, my best read of 2018. ...

    Under Your Skin is a sequel to Lee Winter?s The Red Files. Catherine Ayers is now the Political Bureau Chief for the L.A. Sentinel in Washington DC and Lauren King is covering the metro desk division for the Washington Post. Lauren is bringing Catherine home to Iowa to meet her fam...

  • Joc
    Jun 04, 2018

    'Ylva-Publishing ARC provided in exchange for a fair and honest review' **'Satire is the weapon of the powerless against the powerful..Great dialogue has transparency.Something is being said while something else is being felt..' Intoxicating second series! A spectacularly vibran...

    4.5 Stars. An excellent sequel to The Red Files! I?m a Winter fan and really enjoyed her book The Red Files. When I heard there was going to book two, I was really excited. I?m very happy to say I really enjoyed this. I do want to mention that I highly recommend reading The Red Fil...

    Overall, I really enjoyed this sequel to "The Red Files". There were many things to like about this story. I appreciate books that focus on a couple *after* they've gotten together. The story takes place in Iowa which is a first. And, in addition to the romantic plot line, we get a ...

    I received an ARC of this book from Ylva Publishing in exchange for an honest review. First thing first: yes this is a sequel and yes you need to read the prior book before reading this book here. It feeds off of the prior book and follows the same couple from that prior book. I sho...

    It was wonderful seeing the maturing relationship between the scattered Lauren and the always put together Catherine.Both work in Washington but are planning to hold their wedding in Iowa. Of course with these two investigative reporters you know that cake tasting and venue selection w...

    Catherine Ayers is one of those larger than life characters that stay with you long after a book is over, especially if you like strong, caustic ice-queens. If you haven't heard of her, consider picking up the Red Files, where we first meet her and the plucky, idealistic and much young...

    After finishing a Lee Winter book I almost always feel both a wee bit smarter and a wee bit like I missed some IQ points when they were handed out. I love that Winter?s books force me to think about things that are hard to think about even though what I?m reading is, in essence, a ...

    I recently read The Red Files, which was a really good read, in order to read Under Your Skin which turned out to be a superb read. Catherine Ayers, well-bred Bostonian, and Lauren King, country girl from Iowa, have been together a year and are taking leave to plan their wedding in Iow...

  • Versi
    Aug 11, 2018

    'Ylva-Publishing ARC provided in exchange for a fair and honest review' **'Satire is the weapon of the powerless against the powerful..Great dialogue has transparency.Something is being said while something else is being felt..' Intoxicating second series! A spectacularly vibran...

    4.5 Stars. An excellent sequel to The Red Files! I?m a Winter fan and really enjoyed her book The Red Files. When I heard there was going to book two, I was really excited. I?m very happy to say I really enjoyed this. I do want to mention that I highly recommend reading The Red Fil...

    Overall, I really enjoyed this sequel to "The Red Files". There were many things to like about this story. I appreciate books that focus on a couple *after* they've gotten together. The story takes place in Iowa which is a first. And, in addition to the romantic plot line, we get a ...

    I received an ARC of this book from Ylva Publishing in exchange for an honest review. First thing first: yes this is a sequel and yes you need to read the prior book before reading this book here. It feeds off of the prior book and follows the same couple from that prior book. I sho...

    It was wonderful seeing the maturing relationship between the scattered Lauren and the always put together Catherine.Both work in Washington but are planning to hold their wedding in Iowa. Of course with these two investigative reporters you know that cake tasting and venue selection w...

    Catherine Ayers is one of those larger than life characters that stay with you long after a book is over, especially if you like strong, caustic ice-queens. If you haven't heard of her, consider picking up the Red Files, where we first meet her and the plucky, idealistic and much young...

    After finishing a Lee Winter book I almost always feel both a wee bit smarter and a wee bit like I missed some IQ points when they were handed out. I love that Winter?s books force me to think about things that are hard to think about even though what I?m reading is, in essence, a ...

    I recently read The Red Files, which was a really good read, in order to read Under Your Skin which turned out to be a superb read. Catherine Ayers, well-bred Bostonian, and Lauren King, country girl from Iowa, have been together a year and are taking leave to plan their wedding in Iow...

    This is a great continuation of the book The Red Files, which is necessary to have read to understand this one. Both Catherine and Lauren are still two very interesting characters and together they make an explosive couple both professionally and personally. And the plot developed in t...

    «Under Your Skin» is the sequel to Winter?s exciting novel «The Red Files», and in my opinion, it?s equally good or even better. But to understand this one better, you have to read The Red Files first, it is important to know the story of Lauren and Catherine. Lauren and Cat...

    This goes straight to my faves again. I miss Lauren King and Catherine Ayers. Actually, I kind of hesitated to read this now because my head?s all over the place lately and I?m afraid that I couldn?t connect with the characters but I?ve been looking forward to this, so.. Gla...

    Lee Winter's 'On the record' series consists of 'The red files' (book 1), 'Flashbang' (a short story, part 1.5) and the sequel 'Under your skin'. I highly recommend to read them in order. You could do without 'Flashbang' as it's a bonus erotica story based on the series main characters...

    Under Your Skin by Lee Winter is the sequel The Red Files. If you loved The Red Files, you are going to go out of your mind for this one. If you have never heard of The Red Files, stop her and go buy both of these. You will thank me because these are two of the very best in the lady-lo...

    Another homerun by Lee Winter - pun absolutely intended. I am really going to miss Catherine and Lauren. The focus of the book being so much on their relationship yet staying true to their cores by letting them chase down not 1 but 2 huge stories that seem eerily similar to many of the...

    I'm sorry but I didn't like it, I mean, it's well written but just lives remembering all the goods parts on The Red Files. Ms. Winter keeps writing about the Caustic Queen wit but if she has any left, it doesn't appear in this book. We read a lot about the life of Lauren and Catherine,...

    If I were to name my favorite lesfic authors I could easily pick Lee Winter as one from limited list. This is a great follow up to the Red Files. Winter oozes brilliance in her novels especially when it?s about her area of expertise. Under your Skin made me reevaluate my position on ...

    Even better than Red Files which was practically perfect in every way. Just like Mary Poppins(oh be still my little lesbian heart). ...

    Hands down, this is one of my very favourite books this year. I love it just as much as I loved The Red Files, and I?m thrilled that it?s an even better book. If you haven?t read anything by Lee Winter before, this would be an okay place to start, but you really have to read The ...

    Detailed score: By itself: 4.25 In combination with The Red Files and Flashbang: 4.75 You definitely should read The Red Files before this one. Even if you?ve read The Red Files before but it?s been awhile, it?s worth doing a re-read before picking up this one. There is ...

    * I'm not really a fan of stories with established couples but this book was definitely an exception. The story and the mystery was as engaging as in the first book and I loved that we found out more about Catherine's fall from grace. And their relationship was as enjoyable as in th...

    So this is book 2... so read The Red Files first. I reread The Red Files before starting this one. I was happy I did, because while I remembered a lot from the first read, it wasn't fresh. I LOVED the The Red Files. One of my favorite books ever. Under Your Skin is 5 stars and also a f...

    Under Your Skin by Lee Winter is the sequel to her novel The Red Files. Please, give yourself a treat and read that one first. In the sequel, we are reunited with Lauren King and the Caustic Queen, Catherine Ayers. They are living in Washington DC pursuing their careers in journalism w...

    4.75 Boom. This is great. Again. This is a sequel to the excellent Red Files, and manages the magic trick of keeping true to the different and shining personalities of the main characters, while developing them into more rounded people. Catherine and Lauren are in Iowa, ostensib...

    If I didn?t love Catherine Ayers before, (Which I did!), I just love her so much more now, and may even have a soft spot more than I did before for Lauren. Ayers and King were just back fully on form in this sequel, on another exciting adventure. One of their own, and one for the lov...

    This is a sequel to the Red files, which I thought was excellent in execution and style. I would recommend reading that first, as this book refers to characters and completes some loose ends such as Catherine?s fall from grace referred to in book 1. This story focused on the wedd...

    So far, my best read of 2018. ...

  • Len
    Aug 17, 2018

    'Ylva-Publishing ARC provided in exchange for a fair and honest review' **'Satire is the weapon of the powerless against the powerful..Great dialogue has transparency.Something is being said while something else is being felt..' Intoxicating second series! A spectacularly vibran...

    4.5 Stars. An excellent sequel to The Red Files! I?m a Winter fan and really enjoyed her book The Red Files. When I heard there was going to book two, I was really excited. I?m very happy to say I really enjoyed this. I do want to mention that I highly recommend reading The Red Fil...

    Overall, I really enjoyed this sequel to "The Red Files". There were many things to like about this story. I appreciate books that focus on a couple *after* they've gotten together. The story takes place in Iowa which is a first. And, in addition to the romantic plot line, we get a ...

    I received an ARC of this book from Ylva Publishing in exchange for an honest review. First thing first: yes this is a sequel and yes you need to read the prior book before reading this book here. It feeds off of the prior book and follows the same couple from that prior book. I sho...

    It was wonderful seeing the maturing relationship between the scattered Lauren and the always put together Catherine.Both work in Washington but are planning to hold their wedding in Iowa. Of course with these two investigative reporters you know that cake tasting and venue selection w...

    Catherine Ayers is one of those larger than life characters that stay with you long after a book is over, especially if you like strong, caustic ice-queens. If you haven't heard of her, consider picking up the Red Files, where we first meet her and the plucky, idealistic and much young...

    After finishing a Lee Winter book I almost always feel both a wee bit smarter and a wee bit like I missed some IQ points when they were handed out. I love that Winter?s books force me to think about things that are hard to think about even though what I?m reading is, in essence, a ...

    I recently read The Red Files, which was a really good read, in order to read Under Your Skin which turned out to be a superb read. Catherine Ayers, well-bred Bostonian, and Lauren King, country girl from Iowa, have been together a year and are taking leave to plan their wedding in Iow...

    This is a great continuation of the book The Red Files, which is necessary to have read to understand this one. Both Catherine and Lauren are still two very interesting characters and together they make an explosive couple both professionally and personally. And the plot developed in t...

    «Under Your Skin» is the sequel to Winter?s exciting novel «The Red Files», and in my opinion, it?s equally good or even better. But to understand this one better, you have to read The Red Files first, it is important to know the story of Lauren and Catherine. Lauren and Cat...

    This goes straight to my faves again. I miss Lauren King and Catherine Ayers. Actually, I kind of hesitated to read this now because my head?s all over the place lately and I?m afraid that I couldn?t connect with the characters but I?ve been looking forward to this, so.. Gla...

    Lee Winter's 'On the record' series consists of 'The red files' (book 1), 'Flashbang' (a short story, part 1.5) and the sequel 'Under your skin'. I highly recommend to read them in order. You could do without 'Flashbang' as it's a bonus erotica story based on the series main characters...

    Under Your Skin by Lee Winter is the sequel The Red Files. If you loved The Red Files, you are going to go out of your mind for this one. If you have never heard of The Red Files, stop her and go buy both of these. You will thank me because these are two of the very best in the lady-lo...

    Another homerun by Lee Winter - pun absolutely intended. I am really going to miss Catherine and Lauren. The focus of the book being so much on their relationship yet staying true to their cores by letting them chase down not 1 but 2 huge stories that seem eerily similar to many of the...

    I'm sorry but I didn't like it, I mean, it's well written but just lives remembering all the goods parts on The Red Files. Ms. Winter keeps writing about the Caustic Queen wit but if she has any left, it doesn't appear in this book. We read a lot about the life of Lauren and Catherine,...

    If I were to name my favorite lesfic authors I could easily pick Lee Winter as one from limited list. This is a great follow up to the Red Files. Winter oozes brilliance in her novels especially when it?s about her area of expertise. Under your Skin made me reevaluate my position on ...

  • Carol Hutchinson
    Jul 22, 2018

    'Ylva-Publishing ARC provided in exchange for a fair and honest review' **'Satire is the weapon of the powerless against the powerful..Great dialogue has transparency.Something is being said while something else is being felt..' Intoxicating second series! A spectacularly vibran...

    4.5 Stars. An excellent sequel to The Red Files! I?m a Winter fan and really enjoyed her book The Red Files. When I heard there was going to book two, I was really excited. I?m very happy to say I really enjoyed this. I do want to mention that I highly recommend reading The Red Fil...

    Overall, I really enjoyed this sequel to "The Red Files". There were many things to like about this story. I appreciate books that focus on a couple *after* they've gotten together. The story takes place in Iowa which is a first. And, in addition to the romantic plot line, we get a ...

    I received an ARC of this book from Ylva Publishing in exchange for an honest review. First thing first: yes this is a sequel and yes you need to read the prior book before reading this book here. It feeds off of the prior book and follows the same couple from that prior book. I sho...

    It was wonderful seeing the maturing relationship between the scattered Lauren and the always put together Catherine.Both work in Washington but are planning to hold their wedding in Iowa. Of course with these two investigative reporters you know that cake tasting and venue selection w...

    Catherine Ayers is one of those larger than life characters that stay with you long after a book is over, especially if you like strong, caustic ice-queens. If you haven't heard of her, consider picking up the Red Files, where we first meet her and the plucky, idealistic and much young...

    After finishing a Lee Winter book I almost always feel both a wee bit smarter and a wee bit like I missed some IQ points when they were handed out. I love that Winter?s books force me to think about things that are hard to think about even though what I?m reading is, in essence, a ...

    I recently read The Red Files, which was a really good read, in order to read Under Your Skin which turned out to be a superb read. Catherine Ayers, well-bred Bostonian, and Lauren King, country girl from Iowa, have been together a year and are taking leave to plan their wedding in Iow...

    This is a great continuation of the book The Red Files, which is necessary to have read to understand this one. Both Catherine and Lauren are still two very interesting characters and together they make an explosive couple both professionally and personally. And the plot developed in t...

    «Under Your Skin» is the sequel to Winter?s exciting novel «The Red Files», and in my opinion, it?s equally good or even better. But to understand this one better, you have to read The Red Files first, it is important to know the story of Lauren and Catherine. Lauren and Cat...

    This goes straight to my faves again. I miss Lauren King and Catherine Ayers. Actually, I kind of hesitated to read this now because my head?s all over the place lately and I?m afraid that I couldn?t connect with the characters but I?ve been looking forward to this, so.. Gla...

    Lee Winter's 'On the record' series consists of 'The red files' (book 1), 'Flashbang' (a short story, part 1.5) and the sequel 'Under your skin'. I highly recommend to read them in order. You could do without 'Flashbang' as it's a bonus erotica story based on the series main characters...

    Under Your Skin by Lee Winter is the sequel The Red Files. If you loved The Red Files, you are going to go out of your mind for this one. If you have never heard of The Red Files, stop her and go buy both of these. You will thank me because these are two of the very best in the lady-lo...

    Another homerun by Lee Winter - pun absolutely intended. I am really going to miss Catherine and Lauren. The focus of the book being so much on their relationship yet staying true to their cores by letting them chase down not 1 but 2 huge stories that seem eerily similar to many of the...

    I'm sorry but I didn't like it, I mean, it's well written but just lives remembering all the goods parts on The Red Files. Ms. Winter keeps writing about the Caustic Queen wit but if she has any left, it doesn't appear in this book. We read a lot about the life of Lauren and Catherine,...

    If I were to name my favorite lesfic authors I could easily pick Lee Winter as one from limited list. This is a great follow up to the Red Files. Winter oozes brilliance in her novels especially when it?s about her area of expertise. Under your Skin made me reevaluate my position on ...

    Even better than Red Files which was practically perfect in every way. Just like Mary Poppins(oh be still my little lesbian heart). ...

    Hands down, this is one of my very favourite books this year. I love it just as much as I loved The Red Files, and I?m thrilled that it?s an even better book. If you haven?t read anything by Lee Winter before, this would be an okay place to start, but you really have to read The ...

    Detailed score: By itself: 4.25 In combination with The Red Files and Flashbang: 4.75 You definitely should read The Red Files before this one. Even if you?ve read The Red Files before but it?s been awhile, it?s worth doing a re-read before picking up this one. There is ...

    * I'm not really a fan of stories with established couples but this book was definitely an exception. The story and the mystery was as engaging as in the first book and I loved that we found out more about Catherine's fall from grace. And their relationship was as enjoyable as in th...

    So this is book 2... so read The Red Files first. I reread The Red Files before starting this one. I was happy I did, because while I remembered a lot from the first read, it wasn't fresh. I LOVED the The Red Files. One of my favorite books ever. Under Your Skin is 5 stars and also a f...

    Under Your Skin by Lee Winter is the sequel to her novel The Red Files. Please, give yourself a treat and read that one first. In the sequel, we are reunited with Lauren King and the Caustic Queen, Catherine Ayers. They are living in Washington DC pursuing their careers in journalism w...

    4.75 Boom. This is great. Again. This is a sequel to the excellent Red Files, and manages the magic trick of keeping true to the different and shining personalities of the main characters, while developing them into more rounded people. Catherine and Lauren are in Iowa, ostensib...

    If I didn?t love Catherine Ayers before, (Which I did!), I just love her so much more now, and may even have a soft spot more than I did before for Lauren. Ayers and King were just back fully on form in this sequel, on another exciting adventure. One of their own, and one for the lov...

  • Lucky Luc
    Jun 22, 2018

    'Ylva-Publishing ARC provided in exchange for a fair and honest review' **'Satire is the weapon of the powerless against the powerful..Great dialogue has transparency.Something is being said while something else is being felt..' Intoxicating second series! A spectacularly vibran...

    4.5 Stars. An excellent sequel to The Red Files! I?m a Winter fan and really enjoyed her book The Red Files. When I heard there was going to book two, I was really excited. I?m very happy to say I really enjoyed this. I do want to mention that I highly recommend reading The Red Fil...

    Overall, I really enjoyed this sequel to "The Red Files". There were many things to like about this story. I appreciate books that focus on a couple *after* they've gotten together. The story takes place in Iowa which is a first. And, in addition to the romantic plot line, we get a ...

    I received an ARC of this book from Ylva Publishing in exchange for an honest review. First thing first: yes this is a sequel and yes you need to read the prior book before reading this book here. It feeds off of the prior book and follows the same couple from that prior book. I sho...

    It was wonderful seeing the maturing relationship between the scattered Lauren and the always put together Catherine.Both work in Washington but are planning to hold their wedding in Iowa. Of course with these two investigative reporters you know that cake tasting and venue selection w...

    Catherine Ayers is one of those larger than life characters that stay with you long after a book is over, especially if you like strong, caustic ice-queens. If you haven't heard of her, consider picking up the Red Files, where we first meet her and the plucky, idealistic and much young...

    After finishing a Lee Winter book I almost always feel both a wee bit smarter and a wee bit like I missed some IQ points when they were handed out. I love that Winter?s books force me to think about things that are hard to think about even though what I?m reading is, in essence, a ...

    I recently read The Red Files, which was a really good read, in order to read Under Your Skin which turned out to be a superb read. Catherine Ayers, well-bred Bostonian, and Lauren King, country girl from Iowa, have been together a year and are taking leave to plan their wedding in Iow...

    This is a great continuation of the book The Red Files, which is necessary to have read to understand this one. Both Catherine and Lauren are still two very interesting characters and together they make an explosive couple both professionally and personally. And the plot developed in t...

    «Under Your Skin» is the sequel to Winter?s exciting novel «The Red Files», and in my opinion, it?s equally good or even better. But to understand this one better, you have to read The Red Files first, it is important to know the story of Lauren and Catherine. Lauren and Cat...

    This goes straight to my faves again. I miss Lauren King and Catherine Ayers. Actually, I kind of hesitated to read this now because my head?s all over the place lately and I?m afraid that I couldn?t connect with the characters but I?ve been looking forward to this, so.. Gla...

    Lee Winter's 'On the record' series consists of 'The red files' (book 1), 'Flashbang' (a short story, part 1.5) and the sequel 'Under your skin'. I highly recommend to read them in order. You could do without 'Flashbang' as it's a bonus erotica story based on the series main characters...

    Under Your Skin by Lee Winter is the sequel The Red Files. If you loved The Red Files, you are going to go out of your mind for this one. If you have never heard of The Red Files, stop her and go buy both of these. You will thank me because these are two of the very best in the lady-lo...

    Another homerun by Lee Winter - pun absolutely intended. I am really going to miss Catherine and Lauren. The focus of the book being so much on their relationship yet staying true to their cores by letting them chase down not 1 but 2 huge stories that seem eerily similar to many of the...

  • V
    Jun 01, 2018

    'Ylva-Publishing ARC provided in exchange for a fair and honest review' **'Satire is the weapon of the powerless against the powerful..Great dialogue has transparency.Something is being said while something else is being felt..' Intoxicating second series! A spectacularly vibran...

    4.5 Stars. An excellent sequel to The Red Files! I?m a Winter fan and really enjoyed her book The Red Files. When I heard there was going to book two, I was really excited. I?m very happy to say I really enjoyed this. I do want to mention that I highly recommend reading The Red Fil...

    Overall, I really enjoyed this sequel to "The Red Files". There were many things to like about this story. I appreciate books that focus on a couple *after* they've gotten together. The story takes place in Iowa which is a first. And, in addition to the romantic plot line, we get a ...

    I received an ARC of this book from Ylva Publishing in exchange for an honest review. First thing first: yes this is a sequel and yes you need to read the prior book before reading this book here. It feeds off of the prior book and follows the same couple from that prior book. I sho...

    It was wonderful seeing the maturing relationship between the scattered Lauren and the always put together Catherine.Both work in Washington but are planning to hold their wedding in Iowa. Of course with these two investigative reporters you know that cake tasting and venue selection w...

    Catherine Ayers is one of those larger than life characters that stay with you long after a book is over, especially if you like strong, caustic ice-queens. If you haven't heard of her, consider picking up the Red Files, where we first meet her and the plucky, idealistic and much young...

    After finishing a Lee Winter book I almost always feel both a wee bit smarter and a wee bit like I missed some IQ points when they were handed out. I love that Winter?s books force me to think about things that are hard to think about even though what I?m reading is, in essence, a ...

    I recently read The Red Files, which was a really good read, in order to read Under Your Skin which turned out to be a superb read. Catherine Ayers, well-bred Bostonian, and Lauren King, country girl from Iowa, have been together a year and are taking leave to plan their wedding in Iow...

    This is a great continuation of the book The Red Files, which is necessary to have read to understand this one. Both Catherine and Lauren are still two very interesting characters and together they make an explosive couple both professionally and personally. And the plot developed in t...

    «Under Your Skin» is the sequel to Winter?s exciting novel «The Red Files», and in my opinion, it?s equally good or even better. But to understand this one better, you have to read The Red Files first, it is important to know the story of Lauren and Catherine. Lauren and Cat...

    This goes straight to my faves again. I miss Lauren King and Catherine Ayers. Actually, I kind of hesitated to read this now because my head?s all over the place lately and I?m afraid that I couldn?t connect with the characters but I?ve been looking forward to this, so.. Gla...

    Lee Winter's 'On the record' series consists of 'The red files' (book 1), 'Flashbang' (a short story, part 1.5) and the sequel 'Under your skin'. I highly recommend to read them in order. You could do without 'Flashbang' as it's a bonus erotica story based on the series main characters...

    Under Your Skin by Lee Winter is the sequel The Red Files. If you loved The Red Files, you are going to go out of your mind for this one. If you have never heard of The Red Files, stop her and go buy both of these. You will thank me because these are two of the very best in the lady-lo...

    Another homerun by Lee Winter - pun absolutely intended. I am really going to miss Catherine and Lauren. The focus of the book being so much on their relationship yet staying true to their cores by letting them chase down not 1 but 2 huge stories that seem eerily similar to many of the...

    I'm sorry but I didn't like it, I mean, it's well written but just lives remembering all the goods parts on The Red Files. Ms. Winter keeps writing about the Caustic Queen wit but if she has any left, it doesn't appear in this book. We read a lot about the life of Lauren and Catherine,...

    If I were to name my favorite lesfic authors I could easily pick Lee Winter as one from limited list. This is a great follow up to the Red Files. Winter oozes brilliance in her novels especially when it?s about her area of expertise. Under your Skin made me reevaluate my position on ...

    Even better than Red Files which was practically perfect in every way. Just like Mary Poppins(oh be still my little lesbian heart). ...

    Hands down, this is one of my very favourite books this year. I love it just as much as I loved The Red Files, and I?m thrilled that it?s an even better book. If you haven?t read anything by Lee Winter before, this would be an okay place to start, but you really have to read The ...

    Detailed score: By itself: 4.25 In combination with The Red Files and Flashbang: 4.75 You definitely should read The Red Files before this one. Even if you?ve read The Red Files before but it?s been awhile, it?s worth doing a re-read before picking up this one. There is ...

    * I'm not really a fan of stories with established couples but this book was definitely an exception. The story and the mystery was as engaging as in the first book and I loved that we found out more about Catherine's fall from grace. And their relationship was as enjoyable as in th...

    So this is book 2... so read The Red Files first. I reread The Red Files before starting this one. I was happy I did, because while I remembered a lot from the first read, it wasn't fresh. I LOVED the The Red Files. One of my favorite books ever. Under Your Skin is 5 stars and also a f...

    Under Your Skin by Lee Winter is the sequel to her novel The Red Files. Please, give yourself a treat and read that one first. In the sequel, we are reunited with Lauren King and the Caustic Queen, Catherine Ayers. They are living in Washington DC pursuing their careers in journalism w...

  • lov2laf
    Jun 28, 2018

    'Ylva-Publishing ARC provided in exchange for a fair and honest review' **'Satire is the weapon of the powerless against the powerful..Great dialogue has transparency.Something is being said while something else is being felt..' Intoxicating second series! A spectacularly vibran...

    4.5 Stars. An excellent sequel to The Red Files! I?m a Winter fan and really enjoyed her book The Red Files. When I heard there was going to book two, I was really excited. I?m very happy to say I really enjoyed this. I do want to mention that I highly recommend reading The Red Fil...

    Overall, I really enjoyed this sequel to "The Red Files". There were many things to like about this story. I appreciate books that focus on a couple *after* they've gotten together. The story takes place in Iowa which is a first. And, in addition to the romantic plot line, we get a ...