The stunning sequel to Storm Damages.
Pregnant with Gabriel Storm's baby, Elizabeth Watson dreads seeing him again. After all, three months earlier she walked out on him without telling him about his child. But the billionaire knows she's carrying his child and demands not only custody, but marriage. If their baby is a boy, he would inherit an earldom, as long as Elizabeth marries him before their son is born. But that's something she can't do. If she did, his mother would reveal a family secret which would destroy everything Gabriel cherishes - his company, his family, his life.
Hell bent on the marriage, Gabriel will do anything to get Elizabeth to marry him. Though a car accident damages his memory and he can't remember the time they shared, he knows she holds the key to his happiness. So he fashions a solution to convince her to marry him, a solution crafted from lies and deceit. One lie, if uncovered by Elizabeth, would shatter her trust and drive her away. And he would lose not only his child, but the woman he can't live without.
Warning: This is a hot, steamy listen with explicit language and sex scenes. For mature audiences.
©2014 Amalia Villalba (P)2015 Amalia Villalba
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I loved both books but I wish that audible would have some way of telling the reader that there's a third book. I loved the way the narrators get the book. Can't wait for the third one just wonder how long it will take. I really hate listening to a book that leaves it hanging at the end. And audible doesn't have the third book.
Didn't really like it that much. Found the entire series kind of dry and somewhat boring. I think people are overrating it. I am not even going to go read the last book because I don't care how they end up - not interesting enough together to care. If you have read a lot of romance novels, you will see there are much better books. Go read some by Meghan March or various other authors. The heroine is ditzy and flighty and doesn't know what she wants. She will tell the hero she wants him only for a year and when he is hurt and wants to leave, she keeps acting shocked and asking why he is leaving - uh duh. But that to me is poor writing. I think author has the heroine keep saying that just to create some angst but it didn't work IMO. If I hadn't read/listened to much better books as a comparison, I may have liked the series, but I have read better so I didn't care for this.
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