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"It's your s***. Not mine. You were the one who did all the shopping, so deal with it."
"You're an ass."
"And you're a bitch."
But across the aisle is a gorgeous gentleman who doesn't hesitate to help her. Gabby can't help but give him covert glances; he is not only beautiful but made such an impression on her. When the flight is over, he makes sure to let her pass in front of him in the aisle, but cuts off Brendon.
Gabby's troubles are just starting. She ends up getting laid off from her marketing job and her douche bag boyfriend gives her quite the shock. She makes up her mind to leave and go to Seattle where her best friend, Giana lives.
Giana is thrilled to have her stay, she was not a fan of Brendon's. But she has her own hands full; she's been seeing a married guy, Donovan, but is convinced he's going to leave his wife. Giana drags Gabby to a charity event and low and behold, the gorgeous airplane man is there. But he's not alone. Gabby has had enough of rich men thinking they can play women for fools, so when he tries to make conversation with her, she cuts him off.
"I would like to know your name?" he asked in that sexy voice that I had longed to hear again.
"It's none of your business."
A job opportunity comes her way at Young International. She's shocked during her interview when the same mysterious man turns out to be the CEO of the company and finishes interviewing her. He is charming, and sexy and quite the flirt. He hires her on the spot.Read more ›
I loved that Simon is an possessive protective alpha who goes after what he wants, specifically Gabby
and gets her. Some of the things to achieve his goal were out of bounds and over the top but it was
nothing that I had a problem with because his intentions were good and this is not reality but rather
romance land. The fact that he fell hard for her and stopped his manhoe behavior upon being with
her made me like him more. He was not perfect as at times he appeared to be a spoiled little
boy who throws a fit when he does not get his own way. Fortunately he evolved over the course
of the story and by the end seemed to have stopped acting that way.
I disliked that Gabby said that she was going to be strong and not be with any rich manhoes
and then easily gave herself to Simon without much of a fight. In the beginning of the relationship
I disliked how she left herself be pushed around by Simon. She allowed him to get away with
having sex with her then pushing her away when he got cold feet, on several occasions.
I liked the ending but would have preferred that the prologue be years in the future as opposed
to months. Because their relationship was at time too volatile, I would have felt better reading that
they were still happy together.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A sweet love story, Simon was the love Gabby had always been looking for. I must say Sandi Lynn has had better books.Published 1 month ago by Misty
Thoroughly enjoyed the development of the female character & who she became by the middle onwards.Published 1 month ago by KB
It's a very good buy I read it in one sitting very interesting you guys should be going to like itPublished 2 months ago by gothlive georges
Cheesy. Seemed to be written in hast. If a young girl gets a new car they share joy excitement with friend.....not done. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Kindle Customer
Oh yes Simon was a yummy read!
Just like every Sandi Lynn books. There is a drama, lust, love and passion. Perfect mix for any book in my opinion.