A man dubbed The Playboy of Paris is the last thing I need.
I came to Paris needing an ocean and a language between me and my past.
I need to learn to live again without fear.
Then Tragedy strikes again. I guess some people are just magnets for bad luck.
The only silver lining is the gorgeous man who literally broke down a door to save me.
Can I trust him? Can I trust mys ...more
“When we climb into bed and I wrap my arms around her I know I’ve found my safe space. My sanctuary. And it’s not a place but a person.”
I admired Lily and her strength to get over her past and start a new life for herself in which she could move on and forget the tragic events of her past. Sometimes though, it felt a little like some of her actions didn’t match the anxiety she was feeling. She seemed like a little bit of an inconsistent character ...more
I love the initial plot, with Lily having suffered in her past and trying to move on from that in a new place. Then there’s Nathan, at first glance he seem’s like a confident playboy but then we find out more about him and discover that he too has a past he is trying to move on from.
This book has plenty of intrigue to keep you interested but for me it is a fairly long book (took three days for me to read it) and i found mysel ...more
Lily escaped her life, and tried to built a new one in Paris. It was supposed to be a fresh start, away from the life that wounded her, and m ...more
The last thing Nathan needs is a distraction. He doesn’t do relationships. He didn’t mean to save her and he sure didn’ ...more
Julie Adams debut novel Fighting Gravity was fantastic! Holy crap I loved this book so damn much!!! Once I started I couldn't put it down because I loved the characters and the sex scenes were some of the best I have read in a while.
Lily is trying to regain her confidence and looking for a fresh start when she moves to Paris. She has been through something quite traumatic and finds it hard to trust men and her own decisions when it comes to them. L...more