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Publisher's Summary

Country music god Beau Mason has just announced his retirement from the business at age 30, and I've just scored the interview of a lifetime. My network is flying me to Kentucky for his final interview, and at his request I'll be spending a few days with him at his ranch.

I should be thrilled. But I'm not.

Beau and I have a history, and I haven't seen him since he obliterated my heart at the tender age of 18. I don't think I can do this. I don't think I can see him again. But I don't have a choice. My career...my promotion...my dignity. Everything rests on this one interview with the man who turns me into liquid desire and corded steel resentment all at the same time.

It's just a few days, right? What's the worst that could happen?

Please note: This is a stand-alone full-length romance novel with no cliff-hanger. Contains a dominating alpha male hero and scenes of a sexual nature. Please be 18+. You do not have to listen to Never Kiss a Stranger first, though it is based on a secondary character from that story and may contain minor spoilers.

©2015 Winter Renshaw (P)2016 Audible, Inc.

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Loved this but the ending was a disappointment

I really liked this book all the way through. The build up towards the end was great but then I found myself being disappointed in the ending. It was anti-climactic. I was waiting for things to happen but they never did.....disappointed.

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sucks you in!

Winter does a great job with telling the girls story. it's well written. love it