“What gives you a thrill Kristen?”
The minute I saw Vincent Sorenson, I knew he was trouble. Billionaire. Bad boy. And dangerously sexy. He was everything I craved, and nothing I needed.
Unfortunately, I couldn’t just avoid him. The higher ups at my company decided they needed his business, and I was on the team to bring him in. Vincent Sorenson didn’t seem as interested in business as he was in me, but I knew that was a door better left unopened. If I got involved with him, it would only unearth the pain I spent years trying to bury.
I thought I had it under control, but I seriously underestimated Vincent’s seductive charm and silver-tongue. I would soon find out how delicious it would feel to let myself fall into this forbidden surrender.
I liked this book, but I didn’t love it.
I enjoyed the writing style and the book flowed smoothly, but it was too short and there wasn’t adequate time to really connect with the two mains.
Kristen was initially presented as risk-averse, sensible, a bit boring, and quite condescending when she first met Vincent. However, her character was inconsistent and she suddenly became aloof, fiesty, and then she totally folded on the second date. As you do.
Vincent actually seemed like a decent enough guy, if a bit overpowering at times.
Kristen’s work colleague, Richard, has slime-ball potential written all over him.
The romance happened too fast – there wasn’t enough build up – and the whole plot felt a bit rushed. For me, it lacked depth and substance.
However, I’m engaged enough to continue the series and I’m hoping the character development is stronger in Book 2.
I received a review copy of this book via Netgalley in exchange for my honest opinion.