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I have to say that I absolutely love Bladon. I’ve read everything she’s ever given us ...
on 22 May 2016
First, I have to say that I absolutely love Bladon. I’ve read everything she’s ever given us and I’ve not regretted reading a single page. She’s a great author, the sort of author I’d like to be one day soon. She has a habit of giving me characters I can’t help but love and plots that I completely lose myself in. There’s almost always a cliff hanger that often leaves me crying or staring into space in shock. It’s always an emotional rollercoaster with Deborah Bladon.
Nathan is one of my top blokes – he’s on my fictional boyfriend list. It might have something to do with the suits... in fact it definitely has something to do with the suits. I love a man in a suit. It all starts with a one night stand; Jessica has just moved to New York. It’s perhaps the best sex of her life but it’s only for one night right? Except one night turns into two, three, four... they meet in the same place, at the same time. They keep their emotions out of it; no last names. It’s uncomplicated. But what was supposed to stay in that one hotel room end up taking over their lives.
Nathan wants Jessica in that way that every woman in the world wants to be wanted. He’s determined, unwilling to yield, no matter the cost. He’s a little bit older than Jess but that’s not really a turn off. The rules change as Nathan deals with his changing feelings; jealousy, want, desire, need... There are secrets, as always. Nathan is almost horribly arrogant but his sexuality is so raw and intense that you can’t really help wanting him. I love Jessica too. She’s a heroine to rave about and she definitely drives Nathan crazy.