Sophia is in trouble. Again.
Maybe it's the masks. Maybe she needs to feel something other than regret.
Whatever the reason, she is either daring… or foolish… when she trades places with another submissive, and ends up spending the night in her mysterious boss's bed.
He doesn't recognize her, but now she's had him, she knows one taste of his dark love will never be enough.
Gabriel Ryan has one firm rule: don't sleep with employees.
Even though he's infuriated beyond measure to discover Sophia in his bed after a night of mind-blowing pleasure, she is now in his blood. He craves her. Needs her. Yearns for her surrender.
But she is forbidden. He will break her with his dark desires.
When Sophia's dangerous past waltzes into his club, Gabriel must protect her. He must claim her. And break every single one of his rules to keep her safe.
A great start to a new series
I loved Sophia who is an intelligent and sassy woman who knows what she wants and when she interviewed with Gabe, she knew she wanted him. The feeling was mutual but he has a rule not to date employees. Events happen that he was not prepared for and finally he admits his feelings for Sophia. Danger from Sophia’s past finally catches up with her which stresses Gabe to the max. I loved this story because it has two very strong H/h characters who know what they want but Gabe holds back. It was fun to read how Sophia broke down his barriers to find the love they have both always wanted. It is well written and entertaining, i would highly recommend this book which is a great start to new series.
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Gabriel and Sophia are destined to be 💕
Anya Summers brings characters to such vivid and technicolor life! This is a very exciting, edge of your seat. Emotional ride. The Characters are all just right under the page waiting for the reader to invite them to life. The steamy hot scenes and incredible danger that exists will curl your toes. I really loved this new addition to the Euros club!
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