A bright young surgical resident falls for her new boss, a handsome and mysterious neurosurgeon with secrets and a desire to claim her as his own.
Dr. Ross learns that the stranger she shared a brief connection with the other day is not only a top surgeon at the hospital where she works but her new boss. And now everybody wants to know who is Dr. Jake Sparrow and from what part of heaven the handsome doctor fell.
However, Dr. Ross knows that if she's smart, she'll stay far away from Jake Sparrow--if that's even his real name. She has an unfortunate habit of attracting and falling for the wrong kind of guy, and that's exactly what the secretive doctor feels like to her.
Yet at times she catches him staring at her from across the room, and when their eyes meet, her heart races like the wind. He's also one of the most brilliant neurosurgeons in the world. She's supposed to be learning from him, but he refuses to let her scrub in on his surgeries.
Even though she thinks Dr. Sparrow is a jerk, Dr. Ross finds it hard to resist his seductive ways. Then, one day he surprises her by making her an offer that she doesn't refuse. Will their sparks ignite into flames or will Dr. Sparrow's secret unexpectedly come back to haunt the both of them?
Seduction is book one of The Secret Billionaire Asher Blackstone duet.
I enjoyed the book but don’t like how it abruptly ends. Not a fan of these kind of books. This book is well written, sometimes too sexual, but the characters are very interesting.
Not for me
While the cliff hanger at the end slightly makes me want to read more, this book just does not have enough to make me want to pursue the next. Enough emotional pull/depth that gets you to connect with it, enough real world relatability that makes any of it even slightly believable. This book lacks the depth to make it relatable or even keep me from wanting to roll my eyes a lot. The fact that the main character creates a whole relationship with a man she only spoke with twice that treated her (on her end) like she was beneath him is just ridiculous. The lead characters go from no relationship or connection to suddenly being so invested they sleep together on the first ‘date’. Doesn’t make any sense to me. Sorry, I’m out.
Only read because it was free. Didn’t purchase part two. That tells you something.