Read an Excerpt Chapter One When you needed mercy and a helping hand—and you had even half a brain—then you should know better than to expect to find those qualities in the devil. And yet sometimes, when God was busy, Ivy Summers had found out that bargaining with the devil was the only other choice. She peered out from her hiding place and kept a vigilant watch on the three sets of elevator doors, disappointed that not one of them had opened in the last half hour. What a dick. Ivy, however, was determined not let his assholian personality deter her plans.
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There was passion in there, in those eyes. And something deep and wounded. I have been addicted to this series ever since book 2, Taken by Him. And I have been looking forward to the brooding and man of few words Cade ever since. I had a feeling that his story will be a good one, and I was not wrong.
While book 2 still continues to be my favorite in the series, this was the most emotionally charged one. Cade West lost his wife to cancer 10 years ago, and continues to grieve her loss. So when the beautiful Ivy barges into his office demanding that he donate to her cancer research charity, his rage hits an all time high.
So what does he do to take care of this problem? Well he challenges her to a game of strip poker and promises his donation if she wins. She knows the wounds that he has, and she want to get to the man behind it, so she takes him up on the offer. But when the game begins, all bets are off.
This novella, like all the others, was incredibly steamy and sexy. Ivy was a wonderful heroine. She was hesitant to get emotionally involved with Cade, but I can completely understand why that was given the information we find out about her in the end of the book.
There was no unnecessary angst, which was refreshing as well. Cade was dark and broody, but when he finally recognized his feelings for Ivy I just fell even more for him. I want you, Ivy. I take you any way I can get you, any fucking time I can. Each novella is told in dual POV and can easily be read as a standalone. Though I highly recommend reading them all. Red Garnier has this fantastic writing style that allows the reader to not only get a feel for the characters in pages, but to fall for them as well.
Bared by Him: A Billionaire's Club Story
And yet sometimes, when God was busy, Ivy Summers had found out that bargaining with the devil was the only other choice. She peered out from her hiding place and kept a vigilant watch on the three sets of elevator doors, disappointed that not one of them had opened in the last half hour. What a dick. Ivy, however, was determined not to let his assholian personality deter her plans. Therefore, earlier today, at six a.
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