Release Date: April 18, 2018
Cover Design: Annelle Willard
I’ve never been the type of woman to have a casual fling. But after a fight with my boss that ended in a forced vacation and one too many drinks in the hotel bar, I found myself enjoying the company of a man who went by the name of Thorn.
A man whose accent I couldn’t quite place and whose black eyes could command anyone to do anything he desired. We had seven days to enjoy each other. Seven days of no commitments, no worries of the future, and no personal details to share. Only, I returned with more than just memories and a few stolen photographs. Too bad we only agreed to share our first names.
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Review by: Jennifer
When Lily is forced to take a vacation, thats right forced, she doesn't expect to start it with being broken up with. But determined to get this vacation over, she lands in paradise, you know the place where you have fish swimming under your room, how freaking cool. Lily never thought that these seven days would change her life, but from the moment she meets Thorn, thats just what happens. Thorn opens her eyes as to what she is missing in life, the fun, the adventure. When she leaves paradise, she leaves without Thorn's real name or even knowing any personal details. A year passes and Lily has changed her life for the better, no longer the work-a-holic she once was, and travels a whole lot less, like hardly at all, and makes time for her family. When she is introduced to the silent partner, she is shocked to find that its Thorn, now she just has to figure out a way to let him know that she didnt come back alone from her vacation, she came back pregnant with his child.
I really enjoyed Lily and Thorn's story. I'm a sucker for surprise baby stories so this was right up my alley. With some really hot sexy times, a little bit of drama, this was an entertaining read. I give this 4 stars.
About the Author
A.M. Guilliams is a romantic suspense and women’s fiction author who currently resides in Virginia with her husband, three children, and fur babies. Books, flip flops, coffee, chocolate, The Walking Dead, and Chicago Fire are just a few of her obsessions. Her love of books began with novels by Stephen King, Mary Higgins Clark, and the poetry of Edgar Allan Poe. When she’s not writing, you can find her down by the river with her family, curled up on the couch with a good book, or watching her favorite movies and television shows.
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