Wealthy, cutthroat entrepreneur, Nick Turner, has rightfully earned his reputation as a shrewd businessman with little room for mercy. Known for his women, heart-stopping good looks and ruthless tendencies, most people would never believe he was once a Catholic priest; a past Nick refuses to discuss…until Sunny Devereux enters his life. The irresistible, high-spirited pastry chef quickly becomes a conquest for Nick, who always gets what he wants. But he soon learns that Sunny knows more about his past than originally thought. Could his latest bedmate be the same teenaged girl from twelve long years ago who accused Father Turner of rape and ultimately caused his fall from grace? And if so, what are her motives now?
Sunny Devereux knows what she wants: to achieve greatness in the culinary arts and to remain independent of negative influence. Once the puppet of a charismatic cult leader, Asaph Josiah, Sunny is determined to rise above her mistakes from the past. But, once again, fate has delivered her into the hands of the two men who won’t allow her to forget...or let go of...her guilt. Her struggle to resist both Nick and Josiah, devout rivals who vow to destroy one another, only intensifies the men’s desire to control her. Who can she trust? Who does she fear most? The manipulative, self-professed “prophet” with the power to bend even the strongest will...or the merciless ex-priest with the power to crush her heart?
About the Author
Those habits carried on to adulthood until the need to purge her stories demanded she put them in print. Her fascination with romance, fast cars and adventure films is what structures her stories today, making Romantic Suspense the genre she was simply born to write.
Over the years, Ms. Dennam has completed three novels: FLESH OF ANGELS, FLESH OF THE FATHER, and TRUTH AND HUMILITY. She is currently working on her fourth novel and the third installment of her FLESH series, FLESH OF INNOCENTS.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I read the sample and couldn.'t figure out who was the main character because everyone seemed to be. I was in everyones head and though i could figure out who was doing the talking/thinking most of the time.....it became a headache. Couldn't continue. It may be a nuce story but too much work on my part.