Players will play.
Flynn Taylor, rock ‘n roll heartthrob, plays fast and loose.
He’s with different girls every night. Yes, girls plural.
On the brink of becoming not just a Chicago sensation, but an American icon,
he’s everything I should avoid.
Then again, maybe it doesn’t matter.
I’m so damaged, I’m not even capable of a relationship.
He might be the perfect antidote.
The temptation I need to lure me back to the side of the living.
He could help me get over my trauma. Attempt physical intimacy.
If it goes wrong–no harm, no foul, right?
If only I can keep my overprotective bratva brother from threatening
to kill him if he even touches me…
This is a wonderful story, I loved it…
Flynn is an unapologetic player with a gentile disposition. His soothing nature gradually helps Nadia with her severe PTSD. The unlikely couple each bring the thing the other most needs into the “relationship”. I received a free copy of this book. This review was posted voluntarily.