Their world was passion, pleasure and secrets.
Far too many secrets. But Clay Nichols can't get Julia Bell out of his mind. He's so drawn to her, and to the nights they shared, that he can't focus on work or business. Only her. And she's pissing him off with her hot and cold act. She has her reasons though–she's trying to stay one step ahead of the trouble that's been chasing her for months now, thanks to the criminal world her ex dragged her into. If only she can get out of this mess, then maybe she can invite the man who ignites her back in her life, so she can have him–heart, mind and body.
He won't take less than all of her, and the full truth too. When he runs into her again at her sister's wedding, they have a second chance but she'll have to let him all the way in. And they'll learn just how much more there is to the intense sexual chemistry they share, and whether love can carry them well past the danger of her past and into a new future, after this night...
This is book two in the Seductive Nights series and I think I liked it more so then the first. There seemed to be a lot more going on in this one. I guess it may be because it’s the final book and that things needed to be tied up at the end. Book one ended with a cliffhanger so I was really excited to start this book. I wanted to see how things were going to turn out.
The story flowed smoothly and once I started I had trouble putting it down. It held my attention from beginning to end and I didn’t find myself skimming at any time. I was able to read it relatively quickly.
There are a lot of smexy times within the pages of this one. They are both well written and plentiful. They are also scorching hot. The chemistry Julia and Clay shared was really strong and I think Ms Blakely did a great job portraying that in the story.
Overall, I really enjoyed this two book series. I liked the storyline, the characters, and hot smexy times. You should give it a try.
Note: There is a novella that was released before book one that you’ll want to read before starting the series. It sets things up for book one.