"I’ve told you I’ve fantasized about you. So, tell me the truth. Do you fantasize about me?”
Bestselling novelist Jackson Ford is arrogant, exacting, and relentless on the page and off. His irresistible new editor, Ellie Parker is smart, headstrong, and not intimidated by Jackson's attitude - or the way he turns every exchange into a filthy seduction.
There isn't a thing these two can agree on, except their intense attraction. But with Jackson's deadline looming, can they stop fighting long enough for him to deliver the hit she needs?
The relationship between editor and author has never been so intimate or so explicit...
This is one HOT book. Roxy Sloane has done it again and written something so enthralling that I couldn’t tear myself away from it.
I loved Jackson & Ellie, well up until a certain point and then I wanted to castrate Jackson. And Ellie’s friends, I wish I had such supportive close friends (logistically, my best friends don’t live close).
I loved the theme of the book, being an author and editor relationship, yes its been done before, but not too much so it was a nice change from the business moguls.
And Ellie’s relationship with her mother and her illness was heart wrenching, those who haven’t experienced a loved one suffering from Alzheimer’s have no idea the emotional toll it takes on us. But Ellie held strong, as she does in everything and did everything she could for her mother.
Just Read It, that’s my advice 🙂
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