Dylan Band loves women, but after his ex-fiancée cheated on him, he has decided to create rules to avoid getting hurt again. He plans to stay commitment and pain-free. If he can have a wondrous one night with a woman, that’s good enough. When Frappuccino-addict Angel McCready comes to stay in the condo he shares with her grandpa, he knows how to keep his heart well-guarded from her charm and still flirt with her.
Coming to Seattle, Angel expects to find a relaxing down time. To get away, to forget that she nearly married a man with horrible secrets. What she doesn’t expect is to find that’s she’ll be sharing the condo with a delicious tour guide who must have majored in flirtation, who reads to her to help her sleep and has made her forget about everything with a simple smile. Their flirtation escalates to a mind-blowing erotic sex. In two short weeks, their time together becomes an addiction. Night and day, they share wondrous times together. Angel is an aphrodisiac Dylan begins to fall in love with. They’re perfect. But there is one problem. Dylan is not what he presents himself to be.
Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Erica Kent?
Narrator killed the book for me. I just wanted it to be over. It sounded like she was in a tin closet and i was able to hear cars in the back ground. Also her inflection was always off on a random part of the story and she wasn't able to keep the different voices going though a conversation. The story part of the book was ok but very generic.