March 3, 2013
book review: the one that got away
Evie is days away from landing a major building contract, and all she needs to secure the deal is a serious influx of cash flow. When her business partner, Max, proposes a marriage of convenience to access his trust fund, which otherwise won't kick in for another two years, the thought holds more than a little merit. Disillusioned with love and marriage, she figures she has nothing to lose.
And then Logan Black re-enters her life. Ten years earlier, the two had a week-long affair that brought out a side neither of them knew they had within. Logan is not pleased to see her again, because of the emotions she draws out in him. Meanwhile, an older and wiser Evie finds herself wanting to delve deeper into their relationship, but this time she will be the one calling the shots.
With plenty of past demons to fight and a whole lot of issues, Evie and Logan must convince themselves, and each other, their relationship is worth pursuing.
And then there is Logan. I've read my share of books with damaged characters, but he gives the class new meaning. At first he comes off like a total and complete dick, but we learn about his motives soon enough to make him attractive. Really attractive.
This book moved quickly, had lots of steam and an intriguing enough plotline that I found myself completely caught up in it turning the page.
I'm three for three with liking the KISS line, and I'll definitely keep following it.
Rating: 4.5 of 5
For more information about this book and other titles visit Harlequin's Website. For more about Kelly Hunter, visit the Author's Website. Also, be sure to check out your free ebook of Waking Up Married.
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