Ask Doug Benton and he’ll tell you: One simple mistake can ruin your life forever.
Shy, quiet, naïve Vivian Norton is the object of Doug Benton’s desire. The curvy, sweet, redhead believes someone as amazingly hot as Doug could ever care for her, but he does, and in the most protective of ways. Vivian’s insecurities cause problems at first, but they work through them. With the support of their friends, their happily ever after seems certain—until the wrong word spoken at the worst possible moment destroys everything. And when Doug’s attempts to correct things end in disaster, he decides to give up. Some things just can’t be fixed.
With the author’s usual heavy dose of humor, blistering emotion, and a huge hunk of red-hot romance peppered ever so slightly with Doug’s Dominant tendencies, the first book in the Citadel series, One Wrong Glance, takes you back to the world of the Walters in Kentucky and gives you a love to cheer for.
If you loved the Love Under Construction series, treat yourself to the passion and heartbreak of a timeless romance with the continuation of the epic saga—grab One Wrong Glance today!
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
4.5 star I was pulled right into this story. The story has laughs, secrets, betrayal, pain, sadness, and heartbreak. If you have not read the below I would recommend reading those books(s) first The Groundbreaking (Love Under Construction Introductory Volume) Laying a Foundation (Love Under Construction, #1) Tearing Down Walls (Love Under Construction, #2) Renovating a Heart (Love Under Construction, #3) Planning An Addition (Love Under Construction, #4) This is Vivian and Doug’s story. Doug and Vivian are in love with people who are already taken. They both know they need to move on. When Doug shows an interest in Vivian she wonders if she is a replacement. Vivian has had to grow up fast and take care of her sister so she is naive and has not had a lot of experience. Doug is a Dom and Vivian is strictly vanilla. Can these two try and make it work? What happens when all is going well and one slip of the tongue causes it all to crumble? Can they make it back to where they were or is it all over? When an accident almost takes Vivian away forever will they learn to fight for each other or is it the end? I loved these characters and also the side characters. I felt I was able to connect with the characters and the story was a great read. I highly recommend this book.