In this New York Times best-selling erotic trilogy, a buttoned-up businesswoman takes her friend's advice and has a fling with a stranger on a trip to Vegas - only to find herself under his mysterious, sexy power both in the boardroom and the bedroom.
Kasie Fitzgerald knows who she's supposed to be. She's a rising-star-workaholic at a global consulting firm. She's the fiancée of a well-connected man who's won the approval of her parents. People know that she's reliable, serious, proper, cautious, pragmatic, and yes, a little predictable. She's who Dave and her family want her to be.
But as her 30th birthday looms, buried feelings begin to resurrect. Her friend takes her to Vegas for one last wild-and-crazy night. In a dress much shorter and sexier than anything she has ever dared to wear before, she hits the blackjack tables. And meets him. Under the tailored clothes it's clear that this is a man who is intense, powerful, and maybe even a little dangerous. With a touch of trepidation she accepts his invitation to get a drink, and before long, she's in his hotel room.
She never gets his full name. Perhaps his anonymity is one of the reasons she's able to give herself over to him and to the moment so completely. Perhaps it's why she's just had the most exquisite and passionate sex of her life. Shaken by her own behavior, Kasie tries to chalk it up to one crazy night. But when the mysterious gentleman she's just had a fling with shows up in her office - as the CEO of a firm her company does a billion dollars of business with a year, demanding that she handle his account, and so much more - things will never be the same again. And there's no telling where this will go....
©2013 Kyra Davis (P)2013 Simon & Schuster Audio
Nurse, mom, loved to read....but now I love to listen. When I retire I hope to hear waves crashing in 1 ear and audible in the other!
All I can say is....not memorable, 50 shades of greyish only the duo is a lot meaner. It was ok, saving grace was Grace Grant, whom I love.
I complete this book in a little over 4 hrs (yes, I know, the book is like 10 hrs long). The first part was good and I was hanging on desperate to see what was going to happen, by the second part I wanted to strangle Kasie.. 3 hrs in and I started skipping chapters. The characters were bipolar to say the least. It felt as if the author just started to wing it after a while. This book is a complete waste of money, DO NOT BUY!!!
Positive---- the narrator Grace Grant did a great job in making the listen a little less painful.
This book had me at the first line.....and I could not stop listening....cooked with it, listened to it at work...it was a fast pace story, not a sleeper.
I liked that I could tell the different characters and it really added to the story line.
I met the wrong [right] man over and over again....
I liked the book, although by part three I was struggling with Casey and whether I wanted to keep going or not she was frustrating as well as Mr. Dade. Alas I made it through and the ending was a bit predictable but satisfying. I really hated how so many of the characters were so toxic and delusional or just plain old screwed up. Glad everyone didn't get sucked down the rabbit hole. Hopefully you will love and hate it as much as I did while getting to know all the characters and understanding their motivation. :-)
I've read ms Davis before and she was funny which is why I got this book. this book was not funny at all. this book was sec like I've never read before, to the point where I thought I should quit listening. I didn't, couldn't. Hate to admit I enjoyed it.
I could not finish this book, the first two hours were great, but after that I couldn't Stand it any more. The author kept going on and on. The book should have been done in five hours instead 9 hours. I felt like pulling out my hair.
I agree with others that this is definitely way too long. Could have been shortened quite a bit without losing the story line as it spend too much time in Kasie's head and her fantasies. She actually makes me angry and I wanted to slap her. She is so egoistical and thinks she better than others at times. I usually like Kyra Davis' books but I have to admit this one, not so much.
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