From New York to Los Angeles, from Hollywood to Las Vegas, Flynn and Natalie's whirlwind love affair has it all - romance, passion, steamy hot sex, relentless paparazzi, and a murder that could be their undoing.
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He's a sexual dominant. She's sworn off sex. There's no way they can make a relationship work - or can they? After crashing into her destiny, Natalie discovers destiny can be a double-edged sword when it includes the biggest movie star in the world. Can Flynn and Natalie's new love survive the incessant scrutiny, among other challenges they face?
Great series , can't wait for the next one! Interesting, if slightly predictable story line but enough to keep me avidly listening. I like t..Show More »he characters and fell in love with Flynn !« Show Less
He's a sexual dominant. She's sworn off sex. There's no way they can make a relationship work-or can they? Flynn and Natalie's destiny is sealed in this riveting conclusion to the initial Quantum trilogy. When Flynn pushes Natalie to her absolute limits, will she fall deeper in love or run away from him forever?
The story begun in the initial Quantum Trilogy picks up on Oscar night after Academy Award-winning director Hayden Roth kisses the woman he desires above all others, even though he knows she can never be his. Addison York craves her boss' best friend, Hayden, but he has never given her an ounce of encouragement - until tonight when he kissed her after winning the Oscar. Was that kiss the start of something or another in a long line of frustrations where Hayden is concerned?
She wants a baby. He wants her. Simple enough, right? Ellie Godfrey has kissed her share of frogs. So many, in fact, that she fears she won't recognize her prince if and when he finally comes along. Tired of waiting for "the one", Ellie decides to have a baby on her own before it's too late. When Jasper Autry hears about Ellie's plan, what else can he do but step in and offer to "contribute" to her project. Does that make him an opportunist? Whatever. He wants the perpetually out-of-reach Ellie Godfrey, and when he sees his chance, he takes it.