I’m ready to move on. Please don’t search for me. Please just let me go.
The note on the kitchen table shatters Jay Wentworth’s world into bits. Ellie is his lover, his soulmate, his best friend…she’s the woman who stood by him through the aftermath of a horrible explosion, the woman he’s planning to propose to. He’d do anything for her…except let her go. With his fierce protectiveness kicked into overdrive, he teams up with Ellie’s Hotel Serafina boss, billionaire Wyatt Christiansen, to find her. Ellie is family at the casino and they take care of their own.
Ellie is devastated when her secret past finally catches up with her. Stupid to think she could bury the mistakes of her youth and find happiness with a good man. Leaving Jay rips her heart to shreds, but it’s the only way she can protect him from the dangerous people she once ran with. And deep down, she fears he’ll never be able to forgive her for hiding her past from him.
The closer Jay gets to the truth about Ellie, the deeper he plunges into danger. He’ll move heaven and earth to save her, but if she can’t trust in Jay’s love it might be too late for both of them.
Jay is perfect, like make me sigh perfect. He’s in love with Ellie, and willing to stick by her through thick and thin. He’s written as the perfect hero and I found myself wanting to be Ellie so I could have his attention. Ellie is pretty strong and I totally understood her motivations even if I was a bit sad that she was hurting Jay.
Ms. Reus does a great job building up suspense and writing a story that I will re-read and highly recommend to all my friends. It’s full of intrigue, action and a lot of sexy romance between Jay and Ellie. I look forward to more books in this series.
I received a copy in exchange for my honest review. I was not compensated for my review.