Photographic journalist Lea Vance lives in terror of her boyfriend until the night a powerful man steps between them and makes her feel something she hasn't in years: safe. Just as quickly as he appeared, however, he is gone, and Lea is left to wonder who he is and if she will ever have the opportunity to thank him for helping her escape.
Finally feeling like she can leave her house without being afraid, Lea heads back to work and starts a project chronicling the work of the graffiti artists throughout her city. She finds herself particularly drawn to the work of one specific tagger, and when she encounters him while taking pictures, she knows exactly why. She has found her mysterious savior again, but is she ready to let someone so bad yet so beautiful get close to her? Can she look past his harsh exterior to let him love her?
Can two people haunted by their pasts get through them to find each other and the possibility for a future?
Note: This is an erotic romance book. It contains graphic language, strong emotion, and passionate love scenes
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Short Romance Novel with Great Characters
The story was enjoyable. The lead male actually saves the lead female from a rape and beating by her boyfriend and she feels drawn to this mysterious man. They seem to keep meeting up. The story is believable and the situations possible.
The loving way in which the author presents the love between the characters. It does have some serious sexual content, but that content is written in a delicate and loving manner as each of the main characters only wish to please each other.
The female lead is a photographer and journalist that is writing about street art. She meets the male lead in a rail yard and he admits that he is a street art artist and shows her some of his work. The scene had some action and you got to know the characters better
I enjoyed the ending when we find out if the characters will stay together or not. Bancroft tends to write stories with happy endings; endings you actually want to see, and this book is no different.
This is a short Romance that can be listened to in a small amount of time. It is short and sweet and packs a punch into that little bit of time.
- D. Harding
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