- File Size: 1451 KB
- Print Length: 344 pages
- Publication Date: June 20, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B071H3NLC9
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,696 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I loved Andi. She sees Devon for who he is, he treats her like crap, confuses her constantly but she can't walk away from him. Of course working for him makes everything harder and I'm not going to lie, there were times I wanted to shake some sense into her.
The ending of this book was unexpected. I'm still not sure how I feel about it if I'm honest but I loved how the story played out (although the ending seemed a little rushed) and although I did hate Devon from start to finish, a part of me did secretly love his character and I would kill for more from him.
I wasted my time and experienced only negative emotions by reading this book. Other that the sexy times between the hero and heroine there was nothing that I liked about the story.
I hated the hero. He deliberately hurt the heroine in everyway possible. It started with him constantly degrading and verbally abusing the heroine for a year. This included making sure she heard him having smex with other women knowing that she was in love with him. It also included him demanding she do things to intentionally humiliate her like every week making her buy him rubbers so he could have smex with all of those OW, buying her ugly outfits and insisting that she must wear them to work and intentionally ruining any dates that she tried to have. So while he was getting his needs met on a consistent basis she was celibate since she started working for him.
She allowed herself to be treated this way because she claimed to love the hero and wanted to help her dad pay his house payment. Her dad was a grown man who could pay his own bills and if he had to move to a different house or an apartment then he should have manned up and done so as opposed to letting his daughter help support him. The heroine was a pathetic doormat and instead of feeling sorry for her she disgusted me almost as much as the so called hero did.
Then they became lovers and the hero continued to sporadically treat her like dirt while at other times claiming that he loved her and could not live without her. It wasn't until he committed two ultimate betrayals that she finally developed a backbone and left him. She got the best ending for her and dispite having no respect for her I was happy for her.
The only things I liked about the hero was that he appeared to be possessive and jealous. The romantic in me has a weakness for that type of romance hero. (In reality when I was single, I avoided dating that type of man.) I should have know that the hero acting that way ended up being a bunch of cr&p. Despite his declaration of undying love, of never wanting another woman for the rest of his life after they had smex and not being able to live without her and feeling possessive towards the hero he did not even try to get her back. He let her go and went on with his life. The epilogue showed that. This is one of the few times that I have wanted a hero to die became he could not even keep his word. His feeling for the heroine and emotions proved to be fleeting. I hate his caviler manner and the words the hero said when he last saw the heroine. It was an unplanned meeting. He might as well have winked at her and thanked her for working for him