Genres: Contemporary Romance
Published by Indie/Self Published
Released on June 29, 2019
Picking up where it left off in The Two-Week Arrangement, we have a lot to explore ad a lot of secrets just about to come out. It was a satisfying ending to a story that left me wondering if either of these characters could be redeemed.
Things are not in a good place at all with these two. Dominic feels betrayed by what he finds on Presley and won’t let her explain. Presley feels betrayed by how fast he finds judgement on her. So much she does something very rash and has to call on Dominic for help. These two are a mess and it hasn’t gotten to the darkest part yet.
Money seems to be the root of problems. From the lack of it to having enough to buy people. Some are desperate enough to make a deal only to break the rules when they fall in love. Others spend the money to hide every little dirty secret. But now all of it is going to come out painfully.
Two scandals, but one is very public. Two people broken by their families, but also by what they want most. To deep to see the truth. Now they have a short time to fix things. A short time to figure out what they truly want and desire. Is it going to be enough?
Vague? Yeah, there is a secret in the first book that blows up in Dominic’s face. Another issue that is totally wrong and taken out of Presley’s hands. But when the chips are down, these two have each other’s backs even if they are duking it out.
This is the conclusion of Dominic’s and Presley’s story. Cute twin girls, a remote man who just wants love. A broken woman, who worked hard for everything she had. Love that was battered and bruised. Just needed some TLC.
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