For ten years, Constance Westerley has been having a recurring dream about a mouth-wateringly handsome man with a dragon tattoo on his chest. Some of her dreams are quite erotic.
Her girlfriends, a group of spiritual adventurers who call themselves The Witchy Women, tell her to meditate on this and find him. Of course, her outrageously wealthy family doesn't know about her dreams and they certainly don't care for her spiritual leanings. They just want her to find a respectable, rich man and settle down.
Nick Veseli grew up on the streets and in foster homes but was lucky enough to be adopted by loving parents. Since then, he has made it his life goal to give back to the community that saved him as a child. But his crusading idealism will pit him and Constance against powerful corporate interests, including some very rich Westerleys.
Wait until they see the dragon tattoo on his chest.
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Good contemporary lit! I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review. Seductive Synchronicity is the third book in Sage Ardman’s Westerley series. It can be read as a stand-alone book as the plot basically parallel’s the timeline of book two (A Good Girl Like You) and has only one minor cross over reference that requires information from the prior books in order to appreciate or understand it. The plot is well paced, and by the end of the book, the main characters are fully developed. Richer development of secondary and tertiary character and an increase in their interaction would have bolstered the story. Seductive Synchronicity reads like a fun satire on the stereotypical billionaire romance. Constance is the bleeding-heart-liberal, black-sheep of the obscenely rich Westerley clan. She shuns her wealth and tries to live a relatively low-key life as a public defender. Her gaggle of girlfriends are into everything and anything metaphysical and refer to themselves as The Witchy Women. The premise of the story is heavily based on spirit science and dream realization. Burton Westerley, Constance’s father, is the epitome of the evil, wealthy, big-businessman who has no ethics when it comes to making money. Burton relies on “Felix the Fixer” to eliminate any problems in the way of his getting what he wants. Nick Veseli is the man of Constance’s dreams. His tragic beginning has created a much-loved do-gooder who looks after the people in his neighborhood as best he can. Despite his anti-big business posturing, Nick spends a day grilling Constance on the level of her wealth. This piece of contemporary literature was refreshing in that the female lead was the person with the money and power, and she doesn’t have to give it up in order to keep her poor, school administrator boyfriend. Ms. Ardman's book is a lighthearted and somewhat mystical read that would be a delightful way to spend an afternoon. **Review has been done in conjunction with Nerd Girl Official.