Solomon abandoned her in Paris, but Vivienne isn’t going to let the only man she’s ever loved walk away without a fight.
She wants closure, he wants her off his island...after they spend one last night at Master and sub.
They’re perfect for one another, and terrible together. They swear it’s the last time, but fate—and a billionaire friend with a private jet—are about to intervene.
Ugh, I have a book hangover...
Or is it “feel” overload. I have been so drawn into Vivi and Solomon’s relationship I am just drained at the end of this installment. This book really gets into the headspace of these characters. But their raw openness at least to themselves during heir scenes is what really defines their story. And finally we get where Solomon is coming from in his actions towards Vivienne. Will they make it work or will they walk away forever, only the next book will tell. Can’t wait!