He intoxicated her. Commanded. Consumed.
With a dirty mind and a mouth to match, Clay Nichols is everything Julia never knew she wanted and exactly what she cannot have. He walked into her life one night and unlocked pleasure in her that she never knew was possible. Possessing her body, captivating her every thought. Which makes him way too dangerous for Julia to risk her heart, given that she has a price tag on her head. She ran after one mind-blowing week with him, but now he’s back, and determined to make her his own.
No matter the cost.
She was a sexy drug to him. Fiery, unforgettable, and never enough, Julia is an enigma, and Clay isn’t willing to let her go without a fight. But she’s got dark secrets of her own that threaten to destroy any chance of happiness. She’s a wanted woman – the stakes are high, her every move is watched, and yet the lure between them can’t be denied. Can two people burned by love trust again when desire and passion are met by danger at every turn?
Oh man I wanted to love this story. After reading the synopsis I wanted to be so captured by the plot and characters that I would be suffering a book hangover for weeks once I had finished it. What I ended up feeling was confusion as to who the heck these people are and what kind of secret is so important that it is constantly mentioned yet never fully explained, not to mention the strong desire of needing to take a hot shower to wash the sex out of my mind. Basically I felt major disappointment.
with women and he hates lies more than anything in the world. He feels secrets are what destroy relationships and people. We were given some information about a Sabrina and I was left feeling like she was the reasons for his lack of patience regarding lies and secrets and the words “trust me” are a trigger that brings up his red flags.
great story line right? Not so great this time, due to the immature and lacking of depth conversations between those two, the constant sex scenes and the general lack of development in the story, it fell short for me. I know a lot of readers love a great story of hot passion and dirty sex, but when you put a novel out there for the consumers, I think we expect a plot to be enhanced by the passion, not a glimpse of a plot used as a transition to the next sex scene. .
in a rush to get to more sex. I am sure there are many readers who will love that but for me I read the book for the story not the sex.