One step away from the coveted Vice Presidency of her firm, the last thing Kat Owens needs is the distraction of a man. Her client, Erik Monteague, disagrees. He’s charming, sexy, seductive, and impossible to ignore or refuse. After succumbing to his advances, Kat’s forced to choose between her career and the man she’s fallen for... while knowing even her love might not be enough to save him from self-destructing.

While Erik’s perfectly executed seduction gets Kat into his bed, the end result is more than he bargained for. Having spent the past ten years wallowing in guilt and self-loathing over his fiancé’s tragic death, falling in love is unacceptable. However, Kat’s passionate, loving nature dissolves the carefully constructed walls guarding his heart, forcing him to face his tragic past and make a decision...spend the rest of his life running, or risk being devastated by love again?

(The story you are about to read is intended for mature readers due to its sexual content and language. It may not be appropriate for all audiences. Please read at your own discretion.)
I_Am_Smooshy I_Am_Smooshy 20 days ago
 poor Erik. And the story doesn't even reach its climax yet.
linneahope linneahope a month ago
Okay I'm pretty sure when I was in kindergarten, all the boys thought us girls had cooties and made sure we stayed on one side of the play ground, away from them. Little shits got the tire swing.
EHR-MAH-GAWD EHR-MAH-GAWD a month ago
if you were to do this in kindergarten, I feel like you wouldn't even know what's up there
StayingUp2Night StayingUp2Night 2 months ago
@StayingUp2Night p.s. Mistakes are proof that "they" are trying.. because a professional author is an amateur who doesn't give up (:
StayingUp2Night StayingUp2Night 2 months ago
It is much more valuable to look for the strength of others..you can gain nothing by criticizing their imperfections. . @iloveem
iloveem iloveem 2 months ago
I wasn't insulting this book, it was criticism against the other books. Books with no plot line, with bad grammar, and bad spelling. I didn't need to sugar-coat it, because it's really not offending anyone in particular, and I don't think it was uncivilized either.