She has never forgotten Venice. Neither has he.
Reed Stewart is busy with his daughter. Anika Taylor is busy with her career. Then they run into each other years after a trip that turned their lives upside down.
When Reed hires Anika's interior design firm to redecorate his home, the attraction between them burns just as strong as ever. But Anika has a painful secret. If she shares it, she runs the risk of losing Reed for good.
Cosa ne pensano gli iscritti
- Kindle Customer
- 12 08 2018
I really liked this book and would recommend this book. It had a great storyline and sexual storylines. I wish this book was a movie or TV show. I would would had given it five star if the author hadn't used God's name in vain. You don't have to use " GD " to have a great book. I liked how it told a story with a medical condition and not being able to have children. How one bad guy had did a bad number on her physic and a good guy lifted her up. Also, I liked how it touched on people using a child to get an ending they want and not what's best for the child. It dealt with death and single parenting a child.
- 08 08 2018
I like it, but nauseating at times
Delaney Diamond (and other erotic novella authors) construct stories with nauseatingly unnecessary complicated parts. In this case, Anika’s inability to have children and her response to Reed’s desire (bedroom conversation mind you) are incompatible.
How can you long, yearn, and need someone as badly as she did Reed only to decide to end it because of a conversation dealing with future children.
How, can someone (Anika) center her entire world around one person, to decide to dump him because he mentions a desire for more children and she can’t (or thinks she can’t) give that to him.
Rather then draw out unnecessary complications, force the conversation and ingest real conflict. Real and true conflict, justifiable enough to warrant the end of a fated relationship.
And! How can you decide (unilaterally) to end a relationship without discussing the issues with the person you’re supposedly “in love with”?