Conflicted in the depth of her feelings for bad boy Gavin Kingsley, lonely librarian Emma Bell knows he’s all wrong for her—yet the heart wants what it wants.
But if she gives into his dark, erotic desires will she lose herself completely?
Passion, drama and suspense combine in the highly-anticipated conclusion to Emma Bell’s love affair with the alpha and enigmatic Kingsley brothers. Secrets will be exposed, sides will be chosen, and nothing will ever be the same.
This is book two in the series, following Dirty Little Secret.
I wanted a little more!
Angst filled drama with a boat load of steaminess! When we left off from the first book in the Forbidden Desires series, we were left with a shocking cliffhanger. This book picks up shortly after and deals with the aftermath. I wanted a little more from the book personally and felt like it was a bit of a let down after the first. I still enjoy the characters ... but the plot could have been spiced up a bit to match the first book. Still an enjoyable group of people though, and I'm looking forwarding to what the future holds! I recommend reading this series in order or you will miss some key points along the way.
Conflicted librarian Emma Bell can't decide what to do. Does she say the secrets she's discovered about Gavin Kingsley don't matter to her, or does she turn her back on his bad boy hotness and say that nice guy Cooper is more her style? Gavin pushes her hot buttons like no other, but will giving in to her carnal desires only lead to heartache in the end?
It was okay
An okay read without much depth. Not that you’d expect much but it was somehow cold and calculated - the writing. For me, it didn’t have any heart in it. As a couple hours diversion, okay. But not more. I don’t expect life shaking reads here but this seemed particularly unengaged.
Didn’t think it could get better
Book 1 and Book 2 had such a fire to them. I am going to be honest I knew which brother was going to win out from the beginning of Book 1, but wow.
I really want more Gavin and Emma.. there could definitely be another book on them.