Ironically, it all starts with a popular book about BDSM. When Angelina Jameson steps into her boss’s office armed with an acid article about ‘Billionaires, BDSM and Blah-blah-blah’, she thinks her career will take off. But her career aspirations drop into second place when she finds herself face to face with her nemesis.
Blade Spencer is the new editor-in-chief of Unabridged—the literary magazine where his ex-lover Angelina works. For three years, since she fled small town Jamestown without a word of explanation, they haven’t heard from one another. Now, when they meet again, the past and all the feelings they once had between them come rushing back, making them realize their love has never died. But can they reconcile their new circumstances and the changes that have occurred during the three years they were apart? Neither is the person the other used to know.
Then there is the faceless shadow who hunts them from the dark, driven by obsession and greed…
*This book contains strong language and explicit descriptions of sex.
Angelina (Angie) has just about everything she could want. She has a good job, a nice place, and a mom that adores her. She doesn’t have, the love of her life.
Blade has it all, looks, money, and a great job. He doesn’t have the girl that got away.
Imagine Angie’s surprise when so goes to work and sees Blade. That’s not all, he’s her new boss. Angie has never gotten over leaving Blade. Blade doesn’t understand why Angie left.
This story had all the key elements. Lost love, heartache, and the hope of love found. Twists and turns, that made it more dramatic.
I really wanted to love this book, but I personally didn’t. I did like the story overall, and would be interested to read more from this author. She did a good job of introducing the characters and building up their story.