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She Thought She Was Alone Paperback – June 20, 2013
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Top Customer Reviews
Lauren is an endearing protagonist, a wide-eyed and innocent beauty who works part time in a library, where she meets the enigmatic Daniel Roberts. Roberts is looking for a very special book. After helping him, she starts seeing him everywhere, including in her dreams. Pursuing her relentlessly, Daniel follows Lauren, seducing her with his wealth and power. But not all is what it seems: none of Lauren's other science professors have ever heard of the mysterious Professor Daniel Roberts.
Blending elements of both thrillers and great romances, the authors artfully build suspense as Lauren investigates Daniel's past. Delving deep after hearing her friends' concerns, she becomes unsure that she really knows Daniel at all.
A thrilling and electrifying adventure, readers are skillfully led through twists and turns as Lauren discovers Daniel's past, which is a violent and turbulent one. The authors tell Lauren's story in a clear voice and speak in vernacular that enables readers to connect more easily with Lauren. Their protagonist is the girl next-door, dragged into a world that is completely mystifying and foreign to her. The authors are adept at portraying Lauren's innocence and growth as she becomes more intimately acquainted with Daniel and the more unsavory aspects of his past and profession.
Packed with excitement and sensual thrills, readers will be unable to put She Thought She Was Alone down as they follow Lauren's journey from innocent librarian to in-charge vixen with Daniel as her guide.
Daniel pursues Lauren relentlessly, following her everywhere, showing up at the library several times for more special books, her usual coffee shop, and the dance club she frequents. Lauren is intrigued, and, eventually, she succumbs to his advances and overtures, but not all is what it seems. None of Lauren's other professors at Stillton University have ever heard of a professor named Daniel Roberts in the science department.
Readers are masterfully led through twists and turns as Lauren stumbles upon Daniel's violent and turbulent past, and his true identity. Lauren has a difficult decision: does she stay with Daniel even though he's lied to her? Or does she walk away from what could be the love of her life? The authors are masters of suspense, and they build intrigue through each unexpected revelation, leaving readers begging for more as Lauren is drawn even closer to Daniel's more illicit activities.
Packed with excitement and titillation, readers will be unable to put She Thought She Was Alone Down as they follow Lauren's incredible growth from a young and innocent librarian to a sensual and powerful woman. She and Daniel navigate many dangerous and erotic adventures, leaving readers eager to see what happens next, and yearning to uncover more of Daniel's secretive past.
A thrilling and sensual novel, She Thought She Was Alone is a treat for lovers or erotic romance, and will, undoubtedly, put the next release from the Faysons at the topic of readers' must-read lists.
I started reading this book on the plane on my way to Jamaica but found myself wanting to read it during my vacation. It was just that good!
Can't wait to read the sequel!