First off before everything, I wanted to apologize for not having my reviews up when they were supposed to be up. I have been having laptop troubles and have just now gotten it back in semi-working order. I will be posting my backlogged reviews and trying to make amends to everyone who has been waiting for them! Excuses are unacceptable but some things cannot be helped. Thank you!
"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.
Publication Date and Links
August 7, 2013
***I received this book from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for my honest opinions***
Starting at the beginning I really enjoyed the banter between the two characters, I had a serious dislike for Richard and the way he treats people...makes me wonder how he even has clients. When Vincent and Kristen meet there is instant chemistry that she fights since she is there on business, but it is hard for her to deny the way he feels when she is suddenly held in his arms after a clumsy fall. I must admit that he is very persistent and doesn't take the word no seriously. He has it in his head that she shouldn't be so concerned with him being a client and just go with it and even offers to show her what she is missing out on lol. I love her best friend Riley, she is a hoot. When she finally agrees on a date with Vincent I was smiling wondering what was going to happen. I'm not sure I liked the way it ends, but I know it is just leaving it open for the following book. Overall I would rate this book in at three stars.