Lust at first page!
Lust hooked me with the first sentence! Immediately we feel the mutual attraction between Stephano and Kyra. They begin their love story in Zurich during Fashion Week. Stephano, younger brother to Gianni is a fashion photographer; Kyra, best friend to Leah, is a runway model.
They meet and instant attraction draws them to each other. Even though Kyra is drawn to his good looks, she immediately establish boundaries and waste no time reminding Stephano, they are essential strangers to each other who happen to have mutual friends. Stephano realizes she doesn’t trust men and vows to get to know her and her secrets.
Stephano is too good to be true. He is handsome, rich and polite. That alone reminds her to keep her guard up because she believes if Stephano is attracted to her, there must be something wrong with him. Therefore she will enjoy their brief time together until they go their separate ways. Which is perfect for both of them. Kyra doesn’t do relationships. Stephano just came out of an ugly breakup.
What I like about the book is the dialogue between the 2 characters. There is actually dialogue. It’s an easy read. A story I could share with my mother and not feel embarrass when she reads the sex scenes. Don’t get me wrong, that’s not to say the sex is tame. Far from it. But out of the bedroom, Stephano is just so nice and sweet. Their time together is fun and carefree and the sex is hot and getting hotter after each encounter. The author, Emily Jane Trent, puts ROMANCE back into reading romance books. A story where the hero takes the time to actually woo the female. It’s the perfect book to pull out and read with a glass of wine. I look forward to reading the remainder of the series.
I was given this book for an honest review.