She'll make it easy for him - but hard too. It has to be that night. No names, a nearby hotel room. They'll never see each other again - which is the way Nick likes to play this game.
What she doesn't know is that this time she's met a man who'll flaunt her rules, violate her anonymity. Pushed to the brink, he'll take Nick with him. And when he's gone, she will stand alone...suspected of murder.
This is my second Stephan Collins novel and I really enjoy the way he mixes eroticism with a good story. There are plenty of believable twists that make the plot way more enjoyable, and the main character is easily lovable. I look forward to more work by this author.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful
Horrible. Save yourself the time and credit. Really tried to keep with it but couldn't bear it for long. The female lead character is dreadful and the descriptions of her motives and feelings contradict themselves frequently.
If you do get it and it improves then the idea behind the story is a good one