Jude Samson has worked for the Woodley family for such a long time that he is seen as a brother. But he has very unbrotherly feelings toward the youngest of the clan, Lady Audrey. When they find themselves off at the family's country estate, long simmering desires will come to the forefront and Jude won't be able to stop himself from taking that one, oh-so-forbidden taste.
After seeing what it has done to her family, Audrey is afraid of passion. But the moment Jude touches her, fear is washed away by intense and powerful lust. Only Jude has a secret that could destroy everything that is beginning to develop between them. And when it comes out, it will change everything.
©2015 Jesse Petersen (P)2016 Jesse Petersen
Finishing the series of the Flynn's made me anticipate the family of the Woodley's, but I was a little disappointed. It should have had more substance in the first half, not just sex.
The story got more interesting when the mother got sick and needed a doctor. The story went uphill from then on. Prior to that it was a little boring.
I do not like her, the male and female characters all sound the same.
This story could have been a lot better if it had more to the plot. You learn from the beginning that Jude and Audrey are attracted to each other. Their story was predictable early on. You also knew there was a problem with Audrey's sister, Claire. That could have been developed more in the early parts of the book leading up to them finding her.
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