I haven’t always been this bad…
Up until recently, I was the kind of girl who wore white cotton panties and bent at the knees rather than the waist.
Pomp and circumstance changed all that.
Jaxson Cassidy was my first taste of bad, and I liked it more than I should have. Just not in the way I was meant to. I couldn’t help myself though. I found him irresistible. That sexy grin, those skilled fingers, and that dirty, dirty mouth were a lethal combination.
I wasn’t supposed to want him. I wasn’t supposed to let him put his hands on me. I wasn’t supposed to do a lot of things…but I did.
He wants to keep me close.
I should push him away.
He says he can help me.
I’m not so sure.
For some reason, he thinks there’s good left in me.
What if he’s wrong?
Everyone knows a good boy can’t turn a bad girl around.
Everyone knows it’s always the other way.
Sadie meets Jaxson when she sets him up as a mark and steals from him in an airport. Saying anything else would be full of mean, awful spoilers...so, this is all I can say about the specific plot of the book and how it evolves to the resolution of not only the relationship but the
There were a lot of suspenseful elements to this, and there were some surprises...and there were some things that did not surprise me at all. That said, I am not sure it was totally supposed to be a surprise, as there needs to be a reason for you to be able to still like Sadie, and the slight doubt as to the truth of what happened, allows the reader that doubt.
I enjoyed this title. It was a little twisty, and there were points where I wanted a little but more of the relationship building, a couple of scenes where I felt I wanted a little more. It wasn't enough for me to be pulled out of the story, and I enjoyed the progression of their relationship. I also believed that, in spite of the circumstances, there was a genuine attraction between them and I did believe that their relationship was leading to a happily ever after.
Overall I enjoyed this title and I recommend it.
I was utterly fascinated with the way our characters meet-the airport, the fact that Sadie sets Jaxon up so she can steal from him. I don't want to give anything away-and I won't-but I couldn't read it fast enough. I *needed* to see how it was all going to play out.
The snap and sizzle between these two just drips off the page. They were hot enough to melt my kindle in several spots. There's more than just sex between them though-there's a balance that they bring to each other. They just work. The banter flows, the sex is hot and I believed in the two of them as a couple.
As I mentioned before, the tone of this book was so not what I was expecting from Kim Karr-but I love how she weaved the suspenseful and mysterious elements into this story. I was hooked from the start and didn't want to stop until I figured everything out. This book took me on quite the journey!
There were some appearances of characters from a previous book by this author but the story can absolutely be enjoyed as a standalone. I really enjoyed this book and look forward to what this author brings us next. I recommend this book!
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Kim Karr is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of eighteen novels. Best known for writing sexy contemporary love stories, she enjoys bringing flawed characters to life.
Her romances are raw, real, and explosive.
Her characters will make you laugh, make you cry, make you feel.
And her happily-ever-afters are always swoon worthy.
From the brooding rock star to the arrogant millionaire. From the witty damsel-in-distress to the sassy high-powered business woman. No two storylines are ever alike.
Get ready to fall in love.