This book has the dubious distinction of being the WORST book that I have ever read. Considering the amount of time I spend reading, this is really saying something. Now granted, I knew after the first book that this was no award winning writing, but the story was moderately entertaining and left off on a bit of a cliffhanger, so I wanted to know what happened to Tess and Hardin.
That saying Curioustiy killed the cat - yes - that. Only this time there was no satisfaction to bring it back. This is the orst case of abuse and codependence that I have ever read. Probably based on some real experience in the authors life. I find it hard to believe that this drivel manages to find an audience but then there are many abused women in this country - that's why domestic violence in an epidemic. The idea that a satisfying sex life somehow makes up for the enormous amount of wrong that happens in this book is disgusting.
Unbelievably there are two more books in this series. NO THANK YOU. Next to this, 50 Shades is the equivalent of Tolstoy. One star.