Seven Nights of Sin is the stunningly sexy and heart-tugging conclusion to The Two Week Arrangement, both available now!
About Seven Nights of Sin
He’s the powerful CEO. I’m the know-it-all intern.
Things went further than they should have, but I don’t have any regrets. Well, maybe just one . . .
I went and did the one thing he told me not to–fall in love with him.
Now I have seven days to prove my trust and devotion. Turns out money is a powerful drug, but love is even more addictive.
Start the Duet with The Two-Week Arrangement
In Kendall Ryan’s The Two Week Arrangement, Dominic took Presley’s virginity and, unknowingly, her heart, and despite where their personal and professional relationships stand at the end of book one, she doesn’t know how to not feel what she feels for Dominic, which leaves every part of her life up in the air and the feelings that seemed to be developing between them at a standstill.
I have to admit, I didn’t know how to feel about Dominic throughout the course of Seven Nights of Sin. I mean…I understood his trust issues, not only due to the mother of his twins, but also due to what appears to be Presley’s duplicitous acts against his company. But what I struggled with when it came to Dominic is his hot/cold demeanor toward Presley, which actually feels, at times, like he’s leading her on but never plans to truly be with her in all the ways she wants and needs.
Presley’s words and actions in the second part of her and Dom’s story resonated her feelings for him and his two little girls and while she had her work cut out for her when it came to tearing down Dom’s walls and proving to him that he isn’t incapable of love and that she would be more than willingly to carry his baggage and accept his flaws as long as realizes that he’s more than capable of truly being in a relationship with her that matters and that has the possibility of forever.
The conclusion of Presley and Dom’s story frustrated me quite a bit, but it also illustrated the reality of what happens when a person is burned by someone who’s supposed to love him/her as well as what it takes for someone to finally let go of the past and move forward, truly being in the present with a love worth fighting for instead of giving up.
3.5/4 Poison Apples
About Kendall Ryan
A New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and USA Today bestselling author of more than three dozen titles, Kendall Ryan has sold over 2.5 million books and her books have been translated into several languages in countries around the world.
Her books have also appeared on the New York Times and USA Today bestseller lists more than 70 times. Ryan has been featured in such publications as USA Today, Newsweek, and InTouch Magazine.
She lives in Texas with her husband and two sons.
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