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352 pages, Paperback
First published October 27, 2015
People so rarely surprise me anymore, but I have a feeling she might.
Using the pretence that he wants a tattoo done by Ivy, after doing some surveillance on her, he slowly begins to see more than what she shows the world.
She is strong, I’ll give her that. Her uncle was murdered a week ago and she’s not sitting in there, crying about it. She’s set her grief aside to do what needs to be done, and that’s a quality not everyone possesses. She’s doing it on her own, too, I presume, because I don’t see anyone around to help her.This is a such a true “opposites attract” story.
But she’s definitely not unaffected by what’s happened. I could see it in the dark bags under her eyes, as if she hasn’t slept in days. I saw it in the way she reacted to me entering the shop, her tiny fist curled around the wrench, ready to defend herself if she needed to. .
She finds Sebastian fascinating and for the first time in her life there’s a man she feels a deep connection with. A man with secrets and dangerous skills and who seems to want to look after her and keeping her safe…..
I loved how Ivy and Sebastian found each other and what the love they had for one another made their lives so much happier and meaningful…
Perfect balance between suspense and romance. A well paced plot with engaging characters set in the great city of San Francisco and some fantastic and witty dialogue.
If you are a lover of romance, suspense, mystery, action and great characters, then please read this series. I can so recommend it.
One of my favorite quotes:If you would like to read my reviews on this series…
She's good at hiding her emotions.
Just like I am.
Maybe it’s that the stakes are somehow higher now than they were yesterday. Maybe it’s that she’s starting to care. Maybe it’s that I’m starting to care.
Who are you, really, Sebastian? Besides the stranger who strolled in and seized my heart?
“Ivy Lee, is the queen of not making commitments. She’s free as a bird.”