really enjoyed this interracial romance. It isn’t Warrick’s wealth
that makes Katiya so reluctant but simple self preservation. Katiya has
dated for several years and has no intention of breaking her dry spell
with Warrick, except that he tempts her beyond endurance. Getting to
know Warrick just makes it worse, because then she is also fighting her
love that Warrick is an all or nothing kind of man. He isn’t content
to be just her lover, but wants everything, and is willing and eager to
everything of himself in return. Doesn’t that grab your heart strings?
I’m assuming because Katiya has a large, meddling family that there are
other related books, which I have not read. I really enjoyed this one,
especially because there is a strong role
reversal with the female being the commitment phobe.
This novel has since been revised by the author and this review is of the original version of the novel.