Danica Snow has always been the smart, practical, and appropriate sister. As a therapist, she prides herself on making reasonable, conservative choices, even if a bit boring, and as part of the Big Sister Program, she has little time for anything more in her life.
Blake Carter is a player. He never gets bored of conquering women, and with his sexy good looks and successful lifestyle, he has no trouble finding willing participants. When his friend and business partner dies in a tragic accident, he suddenly, desperately, wants to change his ways. The problem is, he doesn't know how to stop doing what he does best.
When Blake walks into Danica's office, the attraction between them is white hot, but Danica isn't the type to give into the heat and risk her career. Danica's desire sets her on a path of self-discovery, where she begins to question every decision she's ever made. Just this once, Danica wants to indulge in the pleasures of life she's been so willingly ignoring, but with her Little Sister in turmoil and her biological sister's promiscuousness weighing heavily on her heart, she isn't sure it's the right time to set her desires free.
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"A beautiful story about love and self-growth and finding that balance to happiness. Powerfully written and riveting from beginning to end." (Jane Porter)
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Is this Romance?
I would change the characters.
I have read one or two of Melissa Foster's other books in these series (I believe these are intertwined with the Bradens and Love In Bloom series.) Had I not read the other two books, I would have written Melissa off - as this book's characters were so unlike-able. Primary and secondary characters were too selfish and insecure. Danika was so insecure with her physical attributes that the book was almost over when she finally gave Blake a chance. Blake was such a d-bag so it took almost the whole book to redeem his character. I think I would have liked him better and believed his character development a lot more had I not seen his earlier interaction with other women. I think I made the mistake (from the cover) that this would be a light, entertaining romance so my expectations were not met. I'm sorry, had I known these scenes were in the book, I wouldn't have touched it. You know how authors are suppose to show, not tell - well in this instance I wish she told me and not shown me Blake's sexcapades with others. If I wanted to see that, I would have picked up an MC book - which I do from time to time. I'm sorry to stereotype this book, but Blake's blatant indiscretions killed the Romance, IMHO.
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