The only thing that's unique is the main character has a stalking obsession. The gentleman, Hudson something-or..Show More »-other is completely stereotypical.
Really, there's not a lot to say about the story. Rich mogul meets poor, struggling woman. Rich mogul makes an offer she can't refuse. Boring sex ensues, they fall in love in spite of both being love-shy.
It has nothing special. Stick with Crossfire. Even 50 shades is a better quality story, which says all that needs to be said. Don't bother. Don't waste the credit.
I have to admit that I loved the Fixed trilogy so I was very excited when I found out that we get the story told from Hudson's perspective as I found ..Show More »I had previously had very little sympathy for him. Not so now, now I might have a slight literary crush on Hudson! This really is just a retelling of the tale with a few choice moments from Hudson's past thrown in. That's not much you might say but light is thrown on not only Hudson's back story but Celia as well. And I hate to admit it but I now, kind of, fell sorry for Celia and I really hate her. Also this book confirmed what I always suspected and that's the Mira is awesome. I loved her already but she's just awesome. I also had this as an audio from Audible and the voice actor, James Patrick Nelson, was just melt your socks off HOT!!