Sally was drowning in debt, the type of debt with no way out. Her naivety and kind nature had led to her being taken advantage of at every turn.
The lawyer for the card company added to her debt before pursuing her. He had his own secrets and issues, but he made her heart race and her body respond. Should she choose him, or his bitter rival, a complex and fascinating man who’d take great delight in breaking up her burgeoning romance, convincing Sally he was the better man?
She had to learn the hard way that rich men are ruthless, play in their world at your own risk.
Which one is a Knight in shining armour and which one is the Devil incarnate?
|Publisher:||D A Latham|
|File size:||290 KB|
|Age Range:||18 Years|
About the Author
I'm a hairdresser by trade, and used to own a small chain of salons in South London. It was my life for 30 years before I began to write for pleasure. I now write full time and have a total of eight novels. I've lived with the wonderful Allan for nearly 20 years, and we have two Persian cats, and two dogs called Louis and Lola.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This one took me a while to get through. The author is in the UK as is the setting of the story. Based on the book descriptions I read, I was unaware of this when I requested the book for review. Seeing as I'm in the US, I had a difficult time with some of the terminology, language, monetary values and slang. That being said, the story was a bit unique as Sally had an incredible amount of debt and attempted to alleviate it by going to court. She (of course) loses and is charged additional fees by the opposing attorney. All seems lost to Sally as she contemplates what to do. Andy (the lawyer who just beat her in court) comes to her defense in the real world by trying to help her in the ways he knows how. I enjoyed watching the two of them get to know each other, but their communication as well as their thinking was at an age considerably younger than the characters. Sally's is understandable as she's been basically alone with no one to guide her into how to handle issues as an adult. Andy's is not as he's 31 and has enough schooling and life experience so he should be more mature than he came across. Enter Marcus and Aaron when Sally's life is in even more turmoil. They appear to be a saving grace. The men all went to school together, so a pissing contest ensues. The turn of events from a charity event are both unexpected and shocking. All in all, I enjoyed the story despite the slow going. I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review
As always I love Lathams stories like t THE AFFAIR SERIES this got me hooked and cant put it down. From reading just the sample I had to purchase it. Sally struggled to exist and tried to persevere which I loved. She maybe a statistic but she wouldnt allow it. Till she encountered Aaron and Andy two different characters sparks her interest but one winning more than the other. Its a story of finding independence and fighting to exist only to learn who is real to her or who is just using her.