Kate Snow's had enough of bad boys until a one-way swim in the ocean puts her on a collision course with a man she can’t resist. Charlie Storm has turned being a bad boy into an art form. Already a famous pop star, mega-success in the movie business beckons until his inner demons send him spiraling out of control and right out to sea. The last thing he expects to do before he dies is crash into a suicidal woman.
When the worlds of these two strangers collide, their lives take an upward twist. In surviving the waves, they find they can’t stand to be apart, in or out of bed. Kate seizes a chance for happiness, seeing in Charlie a man she can finally trust to love her. Charlie can't let go of Kate because she’s the only woman able to see the man he wants to be.
But the price of fame is high and when the world wants to drive them apart, life only seems safe in Kate’s bed.
When she sees the word goodbye written in the sand Kate Snow takes it as an ironic sign directed at her on the day she has decided to walk into the ocean, ending her life. But it’s really a sign that she’s about to make a one-in-a-million connection with a man who picked the same stretch of water for the same purpose. Both plagued by demons - he by the price of fame, she by relationships of lies and abuse - they find each other in their lowest moment and love pulls them out of the depths. Tilly Hooper plunges into this emotional tidal wave, giving the characters real voices of damaged souls, but not wallowing in sorrow. As the passion and romance take over, the audiobook heats up and Hooper’s delivery takes the sensuous tone of pleasure and desire.
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No. Strangers had great sex, but the abuse factor REALLY should have been revealed beforehand. What was reported by other reviewers as funny was sweet, but not hilarious at all. Then the woman who had been abused all her life, was abused again by the "hero." Aaaaand of course she forgave him every time he hurt her. Not funny. Not a good love story. And now that I think about it, the rape scene was NOT great sex, either. Neither was the statutory rape that was swept under the rug. This woman needs medication and a therapist, not another abuser. Who cares if he's rich and famous and handsome?
Anyone who has had abuse in their life- skip this one.
Disappointed. How could this be a beloved book??? The little bit of happiness at the end was too suspect and not funny at all.
Beware this book if you've had any kind of trauma in your life.
Barbara Elsborg takes erotica to another level!
- Jordy ♡♡♡♡