“He’s the sort of guy who’d never be in any woman’s friend zone or brother zone. He’s the sort of guy you fantasize about having for a lover . . .” Saint is the kind of guy that makes for fantastic romance novels.
Would a man with a reputation for being a womanizer and that can afford anything his heart desires ever be interested in a single woman of moderate means? I love that this story is told from Rachel’s perspective’s exclusively. As the reader, we are just as much in the dark as she is as to how Saint behaves when she isn’t around.
Will he hurt Rachel just as her friend was dumped by Paul? I found Rachel’s friend incessant reminding of her own personal drama absolutely annoying in a very real kind of way. Everyone knows at least one person that can only see things from their own perspective and unsuitably try to project those same feelings or circumstances into other people’s business.
BEWARE: Ends with a cliffhanger! I immediately ordered the next 2 books.
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