That magic number that will get us to agree to do anything, be anything.
Don’t sit on your gold-plated high horse and say you don’t because you do. Everyone does. Each of us has something we covet enough that we’d sell ourselves to have it.
What’s my tipping point, you ask? Apparently a cool quarter mil will do the trick.
What does one do for 250 large, you wonder? Anything the infamous, gorgeous playboy of Seattle wants. For the next four months I’ll be Shaw Mercer’s arm candy, his beck and call girl, his faux girlfriend. I’ll be his to command, mold, push and pull in any direction he sees fit.
I’ll fight falling into bed with him. I’ll fight falling in love with him even harder. I’ll fail at both. And when my past and present collide in the most unexpected of ways, I’ll learn that while one man’s love for me has never died, the only man’s love I really want will never be mine.
Outside of writing, I’m just a regular ol’ Midwest girl who likes Game of Thrones and am obsessed with Modern Family and The Goldbergs. I run, I eat, I run, I eat. It’s a vicous cycle. I love carbs, but there’s love-hate relationship with my ass and thighs. Mostly hate. I like a good cocktail (oh hell…who am I kidding? I love any cocktail). I’m a huge creature of habit, but I’ll tell you I’m flexible. I read every single day and if I don’t get a chance…watch the hell out. My iPad and me: BFFs. I’m direct and I make no apologies for it. I swear too much. I love alternative music and in my next life I want to be a bad-ass female rocker. I hate, hate, hate spiders, telemarketers, liver, acne, winter and loose hairs that fall down my shirt (don’t ask, it’s a thing).
Dammit!! Damn. I loved this book. The only thing I hate is that I have to wait until May to finish Shaw and Willow’s story. Lost in Between is the story of Willow who is hired to play girlfriend to the billionaire Shaw Mercer. This story is just so much more than any synopsis can explain.
This book did start out a little slow as the characters were introduced and developed. At 20 percent in that changes and the chemistry is off the charts. I mean all consuming, tune out the world fire and angst.
There is nothing I didn’t love about this book. The slow but incredibly hot burn. The characters are just so real. Willow is so broken but strong. Shaw is so damn sexy and dominant. The heat in this book is hot enough to burn your device up. KL Kreig has done such a brilliant job at making this story so real and so multifaceted. The interaction between the characters is amazing. I loved the way Willow is able to keep Shaw at a distance and doesn’t expose herself all at once.
This book is amazing. It does have a cliffhanger ending but like they say “good things come to those who wait.” And I’ll be waiting anxiously for the rest of Shaw and Willow’s story. 5 incredible stars.