Bee Carter has spent a lifetime creating her good-girl persona. Three harsh words uttered in anger shred this carefully crafted façade, testing her relationships.
Nicolas, her handsome billionaire, is hiding a decades-old secret. Bee's scandal will draw unwanted attention to his dark past, placing the real estate empire he's built and the employees he manages in peril. Hawke, her tattooed bad-boy biker, protects the rich and famous. His high-profile clients won't want their bodyguard to be linked to Chicago's wild woman.
Both men desire her, craving her touch with a white-hot passion, but who will risk everything to stand by her side—her biker or her billionaire?
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Fast reading, sexy heat, great characters and plenty of heart
I’ve been remiss, while I’ve spotlighted and featured this series, I hadn’t taken an opportunity to read it until now. And I started with the sixth installment: even so, I could follow along and not feel like I had missed great bits of information, much to the credit of Cynthia Sax. Characters arrive well-formed and solid in their personalities, their language and interactions are real and feel possible, and the conflicts that they have with themselves and their emotions just add to their charm and appeal.
Bee is a wonderful character, struggling to always do what is right while denying herself complete honesty in her own heart’s desires. A moment without thought and careful guarding of her image and behavior, and she thinks everything is ruined.
Nicholas is the one Bee ‘thinks’ she should be with: he’s appropriate, successful and driven: a man that would not be turned away from society events. However, Hawke is the man with whom she really feels most herself, but his bad boy image just won’t be accepted by her other friends and family.
From page one Sax kept that dance alive as Bee struggles with choices; some she made, others that were purely reactive, and lastly her own heart. Fast reading, sexy heat, great characters and plenty of heart keep the pages flying by. I think that I now have to grab the others in this series.
I received an eArc copy of the title from the publisher via Edelweiss for purpose of honest review. I was not compensated for this review: all conclusions are my own responsibility.