As president of her own distribution company, Julie Dawson has all she ever wanted — money, power, and respect. But her carefully crafted façade conceals a torment of abuse and helplessness. After years remaining emotionally aloof, she is finally independent, but alone. Because she refuses to rely on anyone but herself ever again.
Evan Adams is no stranger to success, or personal demons. The horrific trauma that destroyed his twin sister, and tore his family apart, forced him to craft a new life from the ashes of the old. He’s content enough, focusing ahead and not dwelling on his murky past. But something important is missing. He knows what that thing is but refuses to acknowledge it.
When a chance encounter brings these two strong-willed but damaged people together , what seems like a long, erotic journey through hell could lead them to a match made in heaven.
A coming of age novel about trust…on the long road to love
Starting out with high school senior Evan Adams whose family life is anything but normal. Dad isn’t around much and mom seems to care about everything else instead of her family. Evan experiments with BDSM, and we see his darker side through this discovery and transformation.
Enter Julie. Her life is just as bad as Evan’s. Her mother is more interested in marrying a rich man than caring for her. Julie is assaulted by her step-dad and this transforms her future.
Julie and Evan meet and the sparks start to fly. Both are damaged, independent, stubborn, and huge control freaks.
This book was a roller coaster of emotional ups and downs to read. It was very hard to put down. I will be looking for more of Liz Crowe’s books to read.
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