Live-in tutor wanted for four-year-old. Must be willing to relocate to a remote mountain estate. $3K/week cash.
On the run from ruthless killers, I’m down to ten bucks in my wallet and a half-tank of gas in my ancient car when I spot the ad. The job sounds like the answer to my prayers, but there’s a catch.
The child’s father is the most beautiful, most dangerous man I’ve ever met.
Darkly seductive and filthy rich, Nikolai Molotov is a tantalizing mystery, a lethally alluring contradiction. Bruised knuckles and tailored suits, tender endearments and dirty promises—my new employer draws me in like a magnet, even as my instincts scream for me to run.
I should’ve heeded them… because I’m not the only one with secrets.
My safe haven just might be the devil’s lair, and once he’s claimed me, it will be too late to run.
So whilst I did enjoy the mystery part of this book I’m afraid I didn’t feel the pull this amazing author normally has with her couples. I found Chloe a bit bland to be honest and Nikolai not the alpha I expected. This is book one of a duet so it’s probably why I didn’t feel the sizzling chemistry I normally do with her other characters in her other books. Hopefully Nikolai’s character will also feel a bit more fleshed out and real in the next book. I am still hopeful as this author is one of the few I still have faith in!
I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.