The Gentileschi Sisters are daughters of a king, princesses who come to the U.S. to pursue their careers and fall in love with seemingly unsuitable men.
An affair with a married man has driven Detective Sergeant Francesca Marcello Gentileschi to a new task force where she intends to keep her head down and avoid befriending her coworkers. She’s determined to build a pristine reputation, even if she has to insult and ignore one fellow cop who is determined to get under her skin.
Picking on Francesca becomes a way of life for Tyrell Beauregard Collingsworth, and he enjoys their sparring—probably because he’s always gotten his way with women. But eventually he finds himself irresistibly drawn to her. When he proposes a relationship between the two of them, he’s confounded when she absolutely refuses!
Follow these two likeable people as they navigate new territory for them both. Emotional and tender moments along with sexual tension that’s off the charts are the hallmarks of this gripping book.
Don’t miss this charming six-book series of novellas: I WILL ALWAYS LOVE YOU, THIS GUY’S IN LOVE, CAN’T HELP FALLING IN LOVE, HOW DEEP IS YOUR LOVE?, LOVE WILL KEEP US TOGETHER and I THINK I LOVE YOU!
I received a complimentary copy of this book and I am voluntarily reviewing it.
This was a wonderful book. I adored seeing Gabe and Nick Marino along with a brief glimpse of Whitney (from the To Serve and Protect series). The plot here was totally entrancing. Both Tyrell (Ty) and Francesca (Frankie) were very strong characters that sparked off each other right from the beginning. Their journey is full of conflict and to see when Frankie's walls start to crumble is very rewarding!
This book was written in a dual POV format. I like to get inside of the character's thought-process to see why they said and reacted in a certain way to any given circumstances. I feel it is important to understanding the character. It was especially important here as Frankie was a little harsh in her reactions to Ty in the beginning.
I was glued to my e-reader right from the beginning here. I was able to picture the scenes like it was a movie being played out right in first of me.
I highly recommend this story to anyone.