Author: Ica Iova
Published Date: February 12th 2015
***THIS BOOK WAS GIVEN TO ME IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW***
Gabriela Parson joins a prestigious law firm in Vancouver expecting the usual discomfort of starting a new job; instead, she is faced with her one-night stand from years ago—none other than her new boss—Landon Godchild.
Old sparks reignite, but Gabriela has principles and one dating rule: absolutely no office romance. Landon, in contrast, is determined to continue what they started if only he could convince Gabriela that rules are meant to be broken. But an anonymous letter brings his efforts to a halt and sends Gabriela searching for the truth.
Up against the unknown, she must navigate through a minefield of frustration, fear, and mistrust as her pursuit for innocence propels her deep into a bizarre vortex, where reality blurs into illusion, and evil looms in the shadows.
Is any love strong enough to withstand such dynamics?
If you enjoy a romance with suspense thrown in, then you will love this story. This is my my first book by Ica and I am impressed.
Gabriela has landed her dream job at a law firm. On her first day she meets the man she had a one night stand with two years ago. Landon is the most eligible bachelor of Vancouver and Gabriela’s boss. He has a secret he wants to tell her, but he doesn’t know how. What comes next is unexpected for everyone. I really enjoyed this book, it is one of my favorite types of romance, second chance at love. It is a fast paced read and her writing style is outstanding.
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