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This story is an extension of Hero and you get to see Cataline and Calvin make a go of their relationship. They have to deal with the real world since they aren't in the mansion anymore.
This book was HOT!!! Calvin keeps true to his nature and he is just kinky and over the top (in the best way possible). He struggles to make things work with Cataline in a more realistic setting. They know their relationship borders on insanity and rides the thin line, but they still make a go of it.
I LOVE the ending. I'm not one of those people who needs an HEA with a pretty ribbon tied around it. Just an ending is fine with me. We are given a glimpse into Cataline and Calvin's life afterwards and you are able to draw your own conclusions on what's to come for them.
Calvin is lost. He needs to protect to live, otherwise he doesn't know what to do with himself. Bottom line, he needs Cataline. Those feelings don't just stop after a lifetime, so he decides to seek her out.
So many issues and feelings to sort out with Cataline and Calvin. I was pulling for them to make it the entire time. There are many doors opened for something more with Cataline, Calvin and the Cartel-fingers crossed. You do not have to read Hero to enjoy this sexy little treat, but you will be missing out of you don't.
Hero ended in the perfect spot, but I was sttill left wanting more. I was so glad when I heard Leighton was releasing this novella. I just wanted to know where they went from there. Calvin and Cataline were clearly not in a place where they could have a simple HEA with a white picket fence, 2.5 kids and a mini van. Their relationship not only started in a really dark way all those years ago before Cataline even new Calvin existed, but it got even darker as lines between protector/captor/lover/friend were all blurred together.
As Calvin and Cataline try to define who they are apart and who they are as a couple, we get to see more of the emotional impact their pasts have had on who they are in the present. Calvin also has to figure out if he and Hero are in fact two people or if he is both and what that says about him. OK, without ruining the whole plot for you, I will say I am very glad I read this because I feel like I have a better understanding of who they are now both together and apart. I did a happy dance when I realized there is enough open at the end for there to be a sequel to the series. I am really hoping Leighton has decided to go that route.
If there's another book, I'll read it.