Jasmine Nichols is a control freak.
When she graduates from college as valedictorian with a degree in social services, her friend and mentor Jill Swanson offers her a job, but with one condition. She has to take two weeks off and just have fun. Taking the instructions to heart, Jasmine goes to a club called Debauchery and has a sizzling encounter with a sexy stranger.
Ex-pro football player Gabriel Johnson is done playing the field.
Gabe is tired of meaningless relationships, but when he meets a mysterious, beautiful, blue-eyed blonde at Debauchery and the chemistry is undeniable, he knows he’s finally found the one. What he didn’t expect was for her to freak out and run off.
Jasmine thought she made a clean getaway, so needless to say, she’s shocked when she finds herself face to face with the hot guy from the club once again.
He’s Jill’s. Half. Brother.
Gabe wants to pick up right where they left off and doesn’t waste any time convincing her. Jasmine’s blown away by the intensity of their relationship. How can she control something that makes her feel so wild and uninhibited?
But Jasmine can’t handle the pressure.
First, she’s confronted with old insecurities. Then suddenly, her brother has a secret he’ll only share with Gabe, the father who abandoned her shows up—at Gabe’s instigation—and a professional tragedy is the last straw.
What happens when it all falls apart?
Is being with Gabe more than she can handle?
This story was an ok read, it was one of those books that the plot was good but not great. The blurb basically spells out the whole book from start to finish so no more explanation needed there.
It was a nice love story and the book was crammed with sex scenes, this couple got it on all the time, but i feel its more quantity than quality.
The side stories about Jill and Jordan were ok but not gripping enough for me to want to seek out there stories in other books.
I have to say i liked Gabe as a character more than i did Jasmine and i cant put my finger on why?
I found that for me there was at no point in this book did i have any sort of emotion evoked by the story, i didnt feel any angst or a connection with the characters.
For me this was just a ok read to pass a few hours, it didnt leave much more of an impression than that.
3 stars at most.