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Summary

A new novella featuring Drew from the Sunday Times and New York Times best-selling This Man trilogy, by Jodi Ellen Malpas. You don't need to read the series to enjoy this story, but if you're already a Jesse Ward fan, just wait till you see the advice he gives Drew about falling in love.

I thought I had control. I was so, so wrong.... I don't need a relationship. I have Hux, a decadent club where I quench whatever raw desire I choose. I take pleasure and I give it - no strings attached. So when Raya Rivers comes in asking for someone cold, emotionless, and filthy...well, no man ever takes his wicked pleasure quite the way I do.

Only Raya is different. Vulnerable. And carrying some deep sorrow that gets past all my carefully constructed walls and inexplicably makes me care. Now craving controls me. Ice has given way to red-hot need.

But Raya has no idea about my other life - my real life. That I'm daddy to an adorable little girl. My two worlds are about to collide with the force of a supernova. Once Raya knows the truth, will she be able to accept all I am?

©2017 Jodi Ellen Malpas (P)2017 Hachette Audio

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Loved it!!!

We heard about Drew situation in Jody's Third book of the This Man Series!!! This is his point of view of the story!!! It was brilliant!!! Thoroughly enjoyed it!

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Fantastic

Another masterpiece from Jodie, I am in love with Drew as always a complicated man and this is why we love her books so much, very well written.

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Everybody deserves a bit of romance in their life

This book was a genuine surprise, all through the this man series Drew had seemed a bit of an after thought, a background character to give life to Jesse's world of sin. So to see him have his own book was intriguing and I was not disappointed, although I would have liked to have delved deeper into Drew's character there was enough there to make you understand him. Reeia suits him yes its the same old, older man meets niaive young girl and everyone lives happy ever after or so it seems, but her character has a old soul sort of feel about it she is young in one sense but old in another, in that she listens when Drew explaines where as a more immature woman would have blocked his number and not wanted to try and reason with him. The return of Coral the manipulayting cow is like iced water on the story but it also makes it. She is the ultimate bunny boiler the woman that no woman wants to become and hopes never too. And finally Drew's little girl Georgia she makes the story she really does you smile at everything she does.
The narration was excellent the actor reading gave depth to his characters and showed a wealth of emotions through out the book. Well done that man.

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This book was not half as good as the This Man Series, I know it was Drew's story but it was not the same, narrator OK but preferd Edita Brychta she was good with Voices so sorry