Ivy is the "preacher's daughter". Everything about her screams "innocent" and ready for corruption. She's well-educated, well-respected, and desperate for a job after just graduating college.
She's sunning herself one day when a sweet job offer is literally hand-delivered from the infamous Mr. Romantic, Nolan Delaney, himself. Well… his driver, anyway.
Ivy knows who Mr. Romantic is. All the Misters are infamous. They were involved in a media-frenzy college scandal some years back and everyone knows Mr. Romantic was the one who "did it".
They miraculously beat the rap and have been busy being billionaires ever since. But even though Ivy is ready for the challenge (and really needs this job) something is up at Mr. Romantic's desert resort.
Nolan Delaney might be deliciously hot, but he's got a dark side lurking under that charm. And when I say dark… I'm talking… depraved.
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This series 👍🏼
Oh. My. Word. This book is intense on the drama. Intense on the sex. Intense on the characters. So intense you will not put it down once you start reading and you will devour each of the Misters.
This book is not for the faint of heart. If your afraid to push boundaries and test limits, this book is not for you.
If you're like me and love a story that thinks outside the norm and isn't afraid to address a taboo subject than this is the book for you.
I love the uniqueness of this story.
The first thing you need to know is THIS IS A STANDALONE.
The second thing you need to know is this is a classic Huss book. I was freaking out all the way to the last page. It has the suspense that only Huss can give. It has the heat only Huss can give. I'm telling you, this book pushes a lot of sexual limits and it does so flawlessly.
Intense, raw, emotional, thought provoking, edge of my seat read
Totally WOW! This had me interested from the start. Then it had me hooked, until I.Could.Not.Put.It.Down!
This was emotionally intense, raw, thought provoking, I was on the edge of my seat reading, literally. I absolutely had to know what was going to happen next, and was happily awed at times, and totally shocked at several of the twists, until the twists made total sense. I could definitely re-read this, I just need to come down from the emotional high first.