When twenty-year-old college student Lilly Parkins first meets Charles Davidson she is unsure what to think of him. The handsome, confident man claims to be working for the government, but his plans for her seem more than a little unorthodox.
As she gets to know him better, however, Lilly finds herself relaxing more and more around Charles, and his kindness and sense of humor soon win her over. As the weeks pass her feelings for him grow stronger, and before long she has fallen in love with him. But does he feel the same way about her, or is she merely a project for him?
I’ve read quite a few, okay I’ve read all, of O’Reilly’s books and I have enjoyed them. This book though, while I enjoyed it, I just wasn’t as sold on it as I have been with O’Reilly’s other books.
Lilly and Charles were both good characters, but I just couldn’t help but feel like Lilly wasn’t really into the age play part of the reason she was on the island. As the story progressed, it seemed like they were spending more time as a couple as opposed to the purpose of the island.
As I was reading, you could see as Lilly was becoming more comfortable with herself and understanding what she wanted, and wasn’t afraid to ask for it.
I do think that this is a good start to a series, if that was O’Reilly’s plan. I loved the idea of the island, and what its purpose was for.
Overall, a good read but not an amazing read for me personally.