The only rule? He makes the rules.
Lana gives up her control, letting Jack take her body however he needs, while she works her way into his heart. But Jack's past catches up to them and Lana finds herself wrapped up in a scheme that will expose every secret she's worked so hard to keep. She clung to Jack once when her world was crashing down, but this time, she loves him. She'll continue to reach for him - her only fear is if he'll reach back, or go on his way, taking her soul with him . . .
MY REVIEW: Lana Case is this painfully shy, socially awkward outcast who just happens to be thrown in the path of Jack Powell, the handsomely intense, hottest business owner in all of Colorado. They quickly become an item, and the chemistry is just as intense as Jack Powell himself. He takes Lana on a journey of finding her strength and self-worth, and because of his belief in her; she’s able to discover the courage needed to finally address the skeletons of her past.
I love the way Lana was written. She was as unfiltered as they came, and as quick as the thought formed in her head, the words were already escaping her mouth. But Jack welcomed her quirky characteristics and taught her to embrace them. He taught her to never be embarrassed to say what she thought.
It’s been quite a while since I’ve read about a man with all the right characteristics. Jack was strong, demanding, and forceful when needed. He set his sights on something, and took what he wanted.
Which was precisely what he did with Lana.
Of course she was okay with such an act, but can a man like this be trusted? What is going to happen when he grows tired of her? Would he discard her as quickly as he acquired her? These are all factors to take into consideration while dealing with a handsomely mysterious, and powerful man such as Jack Powell.
There was so much emotion put into this book that it’s pretty much impossible not to shed a tear. Ugh, when Lana told Jack she was a 10, cold, I swear, my heart broke for both of them. I am totally not okay with the ending of this story, but I am hopeful to learn what happens with book two.