- Purchase the title earn 30-times points than usual. Available during: Nov. 17th to 18th 2018(PDT)
Six months after her husband’s tragic death, Shanna throws herself into high society’s nightlife in some feeble attempt to ward off her loneliness. Unfortunately, she’s caught the eye of wealthy playboy Rick Dalmont and he relentlessly pursues her, refusing to take no for an answer. What he doesn’t know is that a string of misfortunes had frozen her heart…and she’s not certain she could never love again.
|Reading terms||One-day rental / membership period|
Average Customer Review
Share This Book
©CAROL MORTIMER / HARUMO SANAZAKI
Your review has been published! It will take about 1 hour to show up on the page.
You can manage all your reviews in the past at your account.
Preview your review.
We have received your request of deleting this review.
It will take 24 hours to delete from the page.
- melt the ice 3
- JAB 04/15/2018
This one was a particularly nice one because the heroine turned into the ice queen during the six months after her husband's passing. During this time, the hero has turned his attention towards her and tries to get to know her a little better everyday. She does hold out and while, it seems that she's being unfair towards the hero, she has had to deal with a lot in the past 1to 2 years. The hero becomes her boss after the heroine's brother and him conduct a business deal to buy the business that the heroine works. The heroine holds out strong against the hero and his antic and it's only until that he gives up that she actually starts looking his way. She even takes him to her house to be cared for due to his high fever. We also learn the downward spiral of pain for the heroine: She finds out that she has a dangerous heart condition that not only keeps her from having children but could give out any day, her dad dies unexpectedly, her husband unable to handle the heart condition news tries to die before her in his F-1 accident but fails, leads him to abuse and cheat her while he is alive and then he dies. So, yeah, it's understandable for the heroine to numb any emotions. In fact, not even her brother knows the whole story of the heart condition but the hero stays beside and stays strong. Except towards the end before the surgery when he unleashes his tears and fears of losing her. I loved how she held and reassured him that everything would fine it does become fine.
- Thank you for your feedback! Was this review helpful to you? Yes No