She's the tutor I hired to teach me Italian.
She's way too young for me, but she's also gorgeous, bright and filled with a curiosity about life that I find incredibly refreshing.
It's f*****g adorable.
I’m old enough to know better, but this pretty young thing tempts me beyond belief. And for the first time in my life, I could see myself falling.
Is this what it's like to be pursued by an older man? The complete confidence, the lack of expectations, the sincerity?
My God, it's exhilarating.
Quinn Kinglsey is totally unexpected. I'm moving to Italy in three weeks to teach English, and while I never expected something so real to develop between us so quickly, our chemistry is explosive.
There's something so sexy about this back and forth he and I share. Flirting with this man is like playing with fire, and I'm bound to get burned.
Sono attratto da te. I'm attracted to you, he tells me.
But is our attraction enough to get us through the complications of a massive age gap and an international love affair? Only one way to find out…
This is book 4 in the Forbidden Desires series, but it can be read as a complete standalone.
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Quinn’s story was equally disappointing as book 3. They were equally my least favorite. I find them a bit boring. This one took me much longer to read the the previous books. I did like reading and learning more about Quinn. The previous books he is the older brother that keeps Gavin and Cooper in line so it was nice to see him let loose a little.
This read is hastily written with narrow depth.
The premise of a significantly older(38)male, having sex with a 22yo may be currently relevant- it’s still gross considering most of the female demographic reading these books have daughters that age.
But if you’re needing to practice some Italian and committed to finishing a series, pause before purchasing.
I found this book to be very rushed. The ending seemed so quick and fast tracked that I caught myself even skipping sentences cause it just didn’t interest me. Loved all the characters in this series... these two were just not as developed to connect. Story was great though.