First time in eBook.
As high school kids Bliss and Sebastian were an unlikely pair—two against the world—the rich good girl and the boy from the wrong side of the tracks.
Forces beyond their control drove them apart, but fifteen years later life has changed for both of them. When they meet again, they discover their smoldering attraction has turned into a mature, burning need. Too bad some of the same forces gather to pry them apart again, this time with more sinister reasons.
"Steamy, atmospheric and fast-paced." Publishers' Weekly.
"Stella Cameron is sensational." NYT bestselling author Jayne Ann Krentz
Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, but Cameron shows little of Jayne Ann Krentz's wit, whimsy or good taste in her latest woman-in-peril contemporary, after Sheer Pleasures and Pure Delights. At the heart of this muddle is a bittersweet romance with likable protagonists: Bellevue, Wash., high-school sweethearts Bliss Winters and Sebastian Plato, separated 15 years earlier, when he jilted her. Now they have another chance to rekindle old flames, but someone doesn't want the lovers reunited. As Sebastian's wooing begins to win Bliss over, the dead bodies start piling up. A cluttered plot, base villains, crude sex scenes and a motley cast of secondary characters with unfortunately cutesy names (e.g., Liberty Lovejoy) work against the story's readability. Author tour.