Top positive review
on 20 July 2013
I really loved this,
Ethan, he was all man, Brynne all girly.
They are both hiding past secrets, hers an old humiliating relationship, his scars and torment from his service in the special forces.
What begins as a job offer for Ethan, which he trys to push off, ends up with him falling hard for the object of protection. They meet at an art gallery where Brynne is part of the exhibit, he purchases her painting, then manages to convince her to give her a lift home. His caring nature takes over, even if a little unbelievable you feel a connection forming.
Brynne has feeling almost instantly, even though she begins to fight them. They start the beginning of a relationship, although you get the impression Ethan wants more than Brynne is offering, but she begins to fall in live with him, and him her.
She surprises him at work, which turns out to be a hot session, only to have everything tumble around them when a telephone message is heard on loud speaker , where Brynne learns a very disturbing truth. The only thing she can do is leave, both very heart broken and distraught, oh I hope they manage to get to hear the truth from each other