Fed up with the Hell's Kitchen pace of her life, Lara takes on a job as a private chef in the hope that she can see some of the world solo and free from restaurant life.
She doesn't expect the job to come with a South Florida player who is everything she's trying to flee. He's spoiled rotten, with a swollen ego massaged by every babe who crosses his red-carpet path. She's not so sure about the pet monkey, either.
Morgan is ready for a life with some meaning other than pain. His future will be different. He's on his way to take his share of his family's legacy and make peace with the unthinkable trauma of his emotionally crippling past. Morgan can't help but try to convince Lara what she assumes about him is wrong. At least it's going to be wrong from now on.
A rare encounter with a blue marlin's blade has Morgan fighting for his life. It's a battle of body and will as he struggles to contain the demons his fever unchains. Thrust into the role of medic for a man she's not sure what to think about, Lara finds out how raw and compelling an injured man's soul can be.
This is the first in the WET serial trilogy. It is an erotic romance told from alternating points of view. Explicit scenes are intended only for adults who enjoy that sort of thing.
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It's pretty high on my list.
You could compare it to J.S. Scott's billionaire books because the plot of a regular girl meeting a wounded/damaged billionaire is similar, but this one takes place on a boat and is unique in its own way.
Wow, where to start? They are both so believable as the characters that you forget you're listening to a book and that it's not real. They really make audiobooks fun and addicting.
Yes, I did. The climax and injury were really dramatic.
Although I usually avoid serials, I'm really glad I gave this one a chance. I loved it and look forward to the next two parts. It combines great writing with great narration.
yes it was engrossing and emotional and happy
when he woke up in the hospital;
they are great and so bring the book to life
both laughed and cried
this book is emotional and so real