The moment Francesca and Ian met, the attraction was mutual, an exquisitely physical charge that ignited between them. To Ian, she was the kind of woman he couldn't resist. She was a true innocent. To Francesca, he was the kind of man she feared and desired - dark, extreme, commanding, and forbidden. What happened between them couldn't be ignored - only indulged, evolving into an inescapable bond.
From a private jet to an interlude in Paris, from a daring tryst in a public museum to the intimacy of a luxury hotel, Francesca and Ian come together whenever the need is aroused. But as their relationship grows more intense, Francesca discovers something about Ian - and herself - that forever changes the game and the players. It's something they never expected, something that sends both their lives spinning deliriously out of control....
©2013 Beth Kerry (P)2013 Tantor
Brooding, wealthy business man with a troubled childhood meets lovely, awkward art student that creeps in under his skin and exposes his heart. Very FSOG...until the end. The story cut off so abruptly, it gave me whiplash. I hate that this book could have been epic if Ms. Kery had given us just a little more closure.
I really enjoy the world of books! Narration just add layers to that world... don't u think? :)
Very good dom and sub story. Beth Kery does the dom and sub thing really well without stating the dom and sub thing clearly. I like that. Kery actually write a story with a plot and drama without all the dom and sub thing over shadowing the story.
Fran painted Ian a long time ago without knowing who he was while he was walking down the street. He of course is a billionare and he buys the painting, and hire her to paint another one. He tell her about the other painting and thier relationship starts from there. That really don't do it justice, but that is pretty much the jist. Ian is very dom because his mom was crazy and he had to take care of her, and Fran is a natural born sub, but she don't realize this because her parents are very controling.
I love this story. If you have listen to a Kery book before, you already know the smex is just great... so expect that... but the plot is just a wonderful.
Narration was awesome.
Good buy or credit.
Very little story - just male dominant sexual escapades. I would not recommend this book to anyone who wishes a deep connection to love and mutual respect between men and women
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