She has never forgotten Venice. Neither has he.
Reed Stewart is busy with his daughter. Anika Taylor is busy with her career. Then they run into each other years after a trip that turned their lives upside down. When Reed hires Anika’s interior design firm to redecorate his home, the attraction between them burns just as strong as ever. But Anika has a painful secret. If she shares it, she runs the risk of losing Reed for good.
I really didn’t like the plot of this story. The other Delaney audiobooks were excellent, but this one was not to my liking. The Annika was totally unreasonable to treat Reed like that, telling him what he’d be thinking about her situation. She was really out of place with that nonsense and then driving off, leaving the man running behind her car like a dog. Anyway, I’m going to continue listening to the audiobook to the end, because I know that the end will be good.
The other Delaney books (Johnson family and other ones) are passionate and positive. Loved them! But this one...., no.
Thanks Delaney, you’ve given and give me a lot of great reading (listening) pleasure.