"Crisp writing, richly drawn characters, strong plotting and fiery interludes show off Jean Brashear's top-notch romantic voice." ~Romantic Times Bookclub magazine
From New York Times and USAToday bestselling romance author Jean Brashear and Audie-finalist narrator Eric G. Dove
Empire builder Dominic Santorini is surrounded by women angling to share the luxurious life his wealth will buy. Eccentric, colorful tomboy Lexie Grayson encounters a hot guy in a hotter classic car broken down on the side of the road, and an afternoon as his mechanic leads to a scorching night with a man she knows only as Nikos—but when dawn arrives, he’s vanished, never to be seen again.
She buries her heartache in her new job, staging an extravaganza launch for a video game that will give her a chance to snoop around for clues that the company is responsible for stealing from her best friend. But when she meets her new employer--
He's an ice-cold version of that magical night’s unforgettable lover.
What kind of man did she fall for on that incredible night? Does he know his company has stolen from her best friend? Why does he act as if they’ve never met? Was the magic they shared only a lie?
He’s as shocked as she is. Was the fairy sprite who touched his heart an illusion as false as the ones she is creating for his gala? Worse, could the woman he can't forget be behind the leak that’s endangering his company’s survival?
What is truth, and who is real…and is love a luxury neither can afford?
“An incredibly talented writer who can hit every note with enough clarity to bring the reader to tears, laughter or just 'Oh, my, this is an amazing story.' Jean Brashear will knock your socks off!" ~New York Times bestselling author Stella Cameron
A great story
I received a complimentary copy of this audio book and I am voluntarily reviewing in.
This was a pleasant book. I did enjoy the audio version as I recently suffered from the flu and reading took too much energy. Having it read to me was a great experience. I did have to slow down the speed though as I am moving at a slower pace right now. I highly recommend this book to anyone.
Dominic and Lexie
Dominic and Lexie meet when they are both away from their work-selves. The night is one of magic and a connection they never thought they would ever find. Their second meeting is less than idyllic and they both jump to conclusions about the other. Neither takes the time to talk to the other about the confusion and assumptions. The last few chapters were great. I voluntarily reviewed a copy of this book/ audio.