I thought one night would be enough, but I was wrong.
An anonymous invitation, a one night stand… What was I thinking?
Hell yeah. I need to get a life. That's what I was thinking.
But I didn't plan on getting addicted.
I knew she wouldn’t say no. No one ever does.
I have more in my life than any one man should. Money that can literally buy anything I want, enough power to control a city of millions, and a long line of willing women to fulfill every twisted deviant desire I can dream up.
My life is exactly how I want it.
Until she stumbles into my perfect world.
An innocent that I have no business corrupting. Except that’s all I want. And what I want, I always get.
I just have to figure out what her heart’s desire is and turn it into something she can’t resist.
I want, no NEED, to own her—body and soul.
This is book 1 in the Alex and Harper Sinner Duet, the conclusion, Sinner Takes All is also available now.
Hot and Quick
A quick short read but right to the point. Harper the baker who is now living in NYC working for her friend Zia in her famous bake shop and Alex, wealthy businessman also a Dom who spots Harper one evening at an exclusive club and notices her response to the ongoing scene. She ended up there because her help was needed with the food. Alex decides to pursue her and Harper at Zia's urging presses her to go. Harper's past is clouded, we don't get the complete picture of her leaving NC and the crazy man she was supposed to be married to, but I have an inkling we'll see that story in book two. I really liked Jeremy who is Alex's friend. Harper was at her best when she was baking and Alex was all Dom. Totally. Except when he let that soft spot for Harper sneak in and bite him in the backside.
Looking forward to reading book 2.
an advanced copy was graciously gifted by the author for an honest review.
No plot. Just plain awful
Not as good as other E. M. Gayle books
I have enjoyed this author’s novels in the past but I am struggling to get through this one. There is very little character development. The story just doesn’t grab me. I may not finish.