Just when things are going good, life has a way of turning everything upside down and biting you on the ass.
Fallon had grown up surrounded by wealth and extravagance, but she had always needed something more, something real. Pursuing her dream job meant little time for a social life, but when a friend found herself in trouble, Fallon didn't hesitate to step in and help. Little did she know she was going to get more than she bargained for, in more ways than one...
Dominic had been burned in the past. When he saw Fallon, he knew he wanted her. He wanted her for a single mind-blowing night and then he'd move on like he always did. There was too much going on in his life for anything more. Owning a down and dirty bar like Sinners gave him more than enough to worry about. However, she wasn't going to be that easy to forget. Would Dominic give it a chance?
Not a great book. The editing was horrible....dropped words, wrong words used....inconsistencies (like he goes out regularly on friday nights, but it mentions he goes out regularly on saturday night later in the book) little things like that drove me crazy.
The other thing that I hated was that they did not even meet during the first half of the book. Once they did it was two sex scenes and about three other scenes total before the end. They did not know each other, never had a conversation lasting more than a minute or two and how can you be in love with someone after that short a time? It was ridiculous. The epilogue was not really an epilogue in my opinion. He supposedly met her parents during this "epilogue" but no real interaction occurred. It was all in their heads..no real verbal conversations. Just bad all around. Not a lot of dialogue throughout the book..more them thinking (in their head) than actual interaction with any of the characters. Just not a great book. I will not be reading the rest of the series.