I’ve never been engaged to read erotica since Gabriel’s Inferno, and this certainly follows that one. (I disagree with people saying this book is similar to 50 Shades. No, people, this is much, much better.)
At twenty-seven, Hannah Catalano has a train wreck. Her boyfriend is a deadbeat and her job is abysmal.
Matt and Hannah meet online as writing partners. Their relationship is safe, anonymous, and innocent…
Until Matt sees a picture of Hannah.
Hannah’s picture sparks an attraction Matt is powerless to ignore. When circumstance brings Matt and Hannah together, the strangers begin a love story that’s passionate, poignant, unforgettable, and unstoppable.
Or maybe I just really love intellectual alpha males. :> I really loved that one aspect of the book: how Matt’s voice echoed his intellectual character, that there is contrast between his voice and Hannah’s, because contrary to what most readers would think, shifting POVs is actually difficult to pull off.
There is so much gem in this book, too. Like, basically everything that is Matt. He is such a perfection, a guy who spouts and writes the most beautiful, haunting, melancholic lines, and the most erotic words that will have you squirm.
Hannah is not a bad heroine, either. Matt is just a strong, powerhouse of a character that, I think, will sell the book to most.
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