She's one indulgence this single-dad CEO can't have.
Or can he?
Jack Sullivan is a man of few words. His cold emotionless countenance shields any glimpse of the human being within.
If he didn't hire me to help his daughter, I'd suspect the man sold his soul for success.
He's classically handsome. Confident. Scratch that. He's one cocky mo-fo.
Admittedly, I don't have the best track record at picking decent guys, but I'm pretty positive this brooding billionaire with a massive ego is one flashing red warning light.
I agree with his unorthodox plan to move into his home as a favor to a mutual friend. Plus, I need the money and his offer is one I can't refuse, not when the rehabilitation center I founded is running in the red.
The egotistical businessman flat-out told me everyone has a price.
The longer I spend in his oceanfront mansion surrounded by gun-toting security and closed-door meetings, the question I find myself asking is, what is mine?
Sure of One is a steamy billionaire, forbidden romantic suspense featuring an illicit contract between a former military alpha silver fox and his daughter's therapist. Sure of One is the second standalone romance in the Arrow Tactical Series and is part of the Wolf trilogy, a modern-day take on Little Red Riding Hood.
The stories are designed so that they can be read without reading prior books, but to ensure the absence of spoilers, it is recommended the trilogy be read in order.
Book 1 - Better to See You
Book 2 - Sure of One
Book 3 - Cloak of Red
I didn’t realize at first this book was the follow up to Better To See You, but I quickly caught on. While you can read this as a stand-alone, because the basic plot line of the first story in the series is explained in Sure of One, I’d still recommend going back and enjoying it anyway.
I must say, Jack did not endear himself to this reader. In fact, if I was Ava, I would have walked away and not looked back. Yes, many readers will love the broody billionaire with his kinks and dirty mouth. But I felt Ava deserved better, as did daughter Sophie, who Ava was brought on board to help with the trauma she suffered. I loved their relationship and the realistic way they bonded.
There’s some great intrigue in this part of the series, with more to come if I’m reading the signs correctly. So no spoilers! I look forward to the next book and more of the Arrrow Tactical characters…and the young woman who’s grown up story is soon to come.
This is a very well written book, one with connections to other books by Isabel Jolie. The books has cameos from other books, but absolutely can be read as a stand-alone story. I wasn’t distracted by grammar or spelling mistakes as with a lot of other authors. The story is engaging and kept me guessing to the end. I always enjoy the length of these books, I feel like I get a lot of story. I’m already looking forward to the next one in the series!
Note: I received and reviewed and ARC copy
Great and wonderfully written
Suspenseful, entertaining and I loved this.