She goes by Kaz. Even though she has the education of a business women, she makes her living as a model. Working for the agency Top End up until they fire her for the brand new tattoo in the wrong place. After being 'let go,' she has a brief encounter that is about to flip her world upside down. She gets an offer for a job, one what will set her career on the path to success. That is if she says yes.
Jake was once known as RJ Cameron, the kid Olympic swimmer. He was known as the bad boy, along with a dark past to prove it. If you asked anyone about RJ, they would tell you that he simply disappeared. But these days he goes by R. Jacob Lowell, a well known Photographer. He is trying to put the past behind him. To forget the mistakes he made when he was just a kid.Jake is on the hunt for the perfect model for his new erotic project that he is working on. As soon as he lays eyes on Kaz, he knows she is the one. He is desperate to have her, needs to have her in more ways than one.
Kaz and Jake are about to embark on a dangerous, steamy and passionate adventure neither one of them expected. Can Kaz keep her distance from Jake? Can Jake keep his past behind him and keep Kaz out of harm's way? But the most important question is, --how long will Kaz and Jake deny the heat between them? Will the passion that will consume them both, or burn them to ashes.
Most of the people that know me on a more personal level will tell you that I usually never read anything but books out of the fantasy, supernatural, paranormal and science fiction romances genres. Mainly because I love the idea of fall in love with something that is known to be fiction. Even though that may be the case. I could not help myself, I had to read this book when I saw the book blurb and I have to say I don’t regret reading it. I absolutely loved this book, I found it very intriguing. I just had to keep my nose buried in this book and get lost in the wine country. In the end, this book had me on the edge of tears.
It made me so emotional, the things that the character's said really hit home with me. In more ways than one. I would tell you more about that, but then it would be a little to personal. I think that if you are looking for a new book to read in the contemporary genre, this is one you definitely need to read.