Ethan Blackstone is British and this novel takes place in London. He runs his security company and is very wealthy. He is also ex-Special Forces. This novel starts for him at an art show where he sees a nude art piece of the a young woman. He seems to become very interested in it.
Brynne Bennett is an American in London for school, studying art. She poses for her friend to help make ends meet. She has no real family in London or England for that matter. She’s also here to escape her past.
Their eyes connect across the art gallery and….here we go. The chemistry is wonderful and I liked the characters. Can’t wait to hear about the pasts. You don’t get closure about that in this book. Still a very good and engaging read. The revelation at the end of this book was a doozy and can’t wait for that to play out. This is one of those 50 Shadesque books but like Sylvia Day’s Crossfire Series, I think I like this better. A friend of mine suggested this series and I’m so very glad she did.