Arley Copeland vows never to trust anyone, much less a man, ever again. After her fledging career as a romance writer grinds to a halt and her ex blabs to the press about her preferences in bed, she heads to Gypsy Beach desperate to regain some anonymity and maybe figure out what to do next.
Divorce attorney John Rowan has been in on the explosive end of more marriages than he can count. Love never lasts. Of that he’s certain. Sick of barely existing inside the concrete jungle of Atlanta with the endless traffic and endless noise he heads towards a two-week reprieve in Gypsy Beach, North Carolina.
From the moment he lays eyes on Arley Copeland, John is determined to prove that not every guy on the planet is out to hurt her, and maybe teach her a thing or two about herself in his bed and out. With every sinfully sweet caress, they’re falling more and more in love. Their pasts may be fading away, but will John ever be prepared to risk it all on a lifetime love when he doesn’t believe such a thing could ever exist?
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John is a man of many talents!!!
At first, the way John talked seemed a little over-the-top but the more I got to know him, it was his vibrant personality shining through. He's so charming and real. He's a master with the dirty talk and then following through with it in the bedroom. I think I'm in love! Arley and John hit it off from the start. They were both staying in Gypsy Beach at Ryan and Sienna's B&B. Arley has been smothered by everyone in her family but her deceased father. They are all ashamed of her and call her sinful and worse. All because she's an erotic romance author. She has mega self-esteem issues and he has some pretty huge issues himself. Can Gypsy magic stick with them as they leave Gypsy Beach or does the magic stick to the shores?
Fantastic! I couldn't put it down. Great characters and even greater Gypsy lore. I can't wait to read more of this amazing Gypsy Beach series.
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