"I want you, Natalie. Not after five o'clock. Now."
Every woman has a fantasy she only dares dream about in the dead of night. But for single mom Natalie Adams, the reality of an affair in Paris with infamous billionaire Demitri Makricosta surpasses even her wildest dreams!
Demitri is astounded by fiery Natalie. One night isn't enough, so to quench his lust he insists she become his mistress. The closer Natalie gets to emotions Demitri has kept locked away, the more he distracts her with dazzling gifts and luxury holidays to ensure that seduction remains the only thing between them…
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This is a Harlequin Passion romance and the first one I have read in years. I used to read a lot of the mystery Harlequin back in high school/college. This book starts off a little slow for myself. I find the characters are very young in their ways. Natalie is a single mom working for a huge hotel chain, Demitri is one of the owners. He is a ladies man and hasn't decided to settle down. Natalie has been married and divorced and doesn't want to get married again, or so she tells Demitri. Natalie is in France at the office there when Demitri hits on her and wants to take her out. Natalie went with the idea of having some fun as a single women but wasn't too sure about getting involved with Demitri. They do hook up and it was hard to watch as Demitri was having feelings and Natalie was taking it as a fantasy. Then he finds out she is a mom and just walks out on her. The book is a light read, something you can start and put down and pick up without feeling lost. It flows a lot better at the middle to end.
I am giving this book a 3 out of 5 stars just because both the characters got on my nerves a lot. In the end I didn't mind them but sometimes throughout the book you just want to yell at one of them to smarten up and open their eyes. Oh well, it was still a good read.
~*Disclaimer: This post was written by Genuine Jenn. I received the above book for review purpose. All opinions are honest and my own.*~