"A must read . . . lyrical, stunningly sexy, and brings swoons for days."-- Christina Lauren, New York Times bestselling author on Seven Nights to Surrender
Kate Reid's whirlwind romance with billionaire playboy Rylan Bellamy complicated her life in ways she'd worked to avoid. She'd fallen hard for his flirtatious charm and given him the one thing no other man had: her trust. Just as Kate began to imagine a future with Rylan, everything fell apart.
Now she's starting over in New York...but even the glittering streets of Manhattan can't erase the memory of Rylan knocking her off her feet and sweeping her into the most unforgettable week of her life.
It's been months, and Rylan still can't forget Kate. Months since he bared his soul at her feet. Months since he drove away the only woman to ever make him feel. Kate changed his world and now Rylan is determined to win her back-no matter what it takes. After crossing an ocean to reach her, he makes a deal with Kate: One more week, for one more chance. Now it's up to Rylan to show Kate all the ways they fit together . . . and prove that this player has met his perfect match.
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I highly recommend starting with the first book, so there's no time spent wondering why things started out the way they did. The author eventually tells you why but a good portion of the book passes without knowing.
This is a well written, beautiful, off the charts steamy romance between two people from opposite sides of the track. This author knows how to write a male lead who knows how to worship his woman. Sizzling HOT! The sexual chemistry between Rylan and Kate is explosive! Chapters 21 and 29...WOW! So good I actually remember the chapter numbers. Both characters have their issues and some of them are deep-seated. Watching them work through them and have their "aha" moments made you want to jump up, point at both of them and say "FINALLY!" Great story! I can't wait to read the next book in The Art of Passion series.
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