"Damion Fortier has ruined me for any other man! Loved his assurance, strength and passion.
Reiko's character continued to display strengths and weaknesses throughout the story. Just when you thought you knew her, another curve ball was presented to the reader.
Superb pace, dialogue and wit. 10/10.
"Oodles of quirkyness, smatterings of Alpha male. Mostly good old fashioned chemistry with amazing developments in love and depth used in the words to convey it all. I defy anyone not to shed a tear in the latter chapters. This book is the defintion of compulsive M&B reading. Thank you Ms. Marton."
"Absolute must read. Very different to the previous Whitney story, however, equally gripping, for a variety of reasons; most notably the class insights.
Larissa is flawed, and this is beautifully drawn out in a number of ways. For all her 'flawness', I felt she is one of the more memorable heroines that I will remember from these romances.
Jack is just to die for. I can imagine in him a young Robert Redford!
"Straight talking and witty characters. Enjoyed the pace of the relationship building and speedy conclusions.
Agree with Rubcale; edifying the father still didn't ingratiate him to me.
LOVED the ending. Thought Ms. Marton excelled in bringing together the characters. Read and find out!
"Good content, both fiesty characters with a sizzling chemistry, which jumps out of the book.
Plot has smatterings of the movie 'Pretty Woman' in it, however, although a bit nasty, that scene is extremely well written and 'blended' into the overall romance.
The 3rd ear ring was a great touch. Loved it.
Only criticism is the constant thoughts and self-doubts of the female lead. "
"Repetitive dialogue, with the same thoughts of both the main characters being repeated again and again.
Neither character appears to have really moved or changed in the past 5 years.
Disappointing read from an author that usually always delivers."
"I thought the character of Bradford was extremely well developed. His cruelty knew no bounds. The exchange, verbal, facial expressions was well written. The angst of Theo was heartfelt. It made a change to see the 'hero' have these kind of helpless feelings. Well worth a read, as it is not the usual 'run of the mill'."