yes. I would. This book makes sense. Both parties are wealthy. Eva is different from the other women in his life. She has no real interest in money since she has her own. She is fragile and tough at the same time. Both of them are. They go through a lot of ups and downs that could be avoided if they would talk to each other. It is hard to believe that people who have everything could be so miserable. Goes to show you....money can not buy happiness.
Glad she is doing all of that narratives.
I think that the reader will only like this series if they are interested in HOW this couple manages to make it work. There is a lot of work that needs to be done. Both are severely damaged. Overall, I have enjoyed the chemistry between the two, but I love how they are willing to fight for each other. I also love how Eva refuses to become a slave to him. SHe has a backbone and is just as willing to fight for her man as he is to fight for her.
This book was a cheap knock off of Fifty Shades of Grey. With every plot twist, I felt deja vu all over again. While it had moments of acceleration, it quickly spiraled into an abyss of lame sex narration and predictable plot and twists.