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If happiness is a gift, then Cameron Stanton is my Santa Claus.
I can’t tell you the exact moment I fell in love with him. Only that I did.With every glance, every touch, every minute...he stole a little more of me.
They say that all men are created equal. Well, that’s a blatant lie! I know, because I met God's gift to women in Vegas; I pretended he was my husband to get rid of another man. He took our fake marriage seriously, and it became his personal goal to consummate. He spoke to me in French, and I lied to him in German. His laughter was addictive. But I thought what happens in Vegas would stay in Vegas. Until it didn't.
Dr. Stanton turned up where I least expected, and my lies came back to haunt me. The attraction is palpable. The secrets unchangeable. I need him more than air.
This is a stand-alone contemporary romance.
Détails sur le produit
|Durée||18 heures et 33 minutes|
|Auteur||T L Swan|
|Narrateur||Elena Wolfe, Stephen Dexter|
|Date de publication sur Audible.fr||07 mai 2021|
|Éditeur||T L Swan|
|Type de programme||Livre audio|
|Classement des meilleures ventes d'Amazon|| 24,207 en Livres et œuvres originales Audible (Voir les 100 premiers en Livres et œuvres originales Audible) |
2,481 en Romance (Livres et œuvres originales Audible)
31,181 en Romance contemporaine
209,568 en Anglais
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5 yrs later Ashley and her son arrive in LA, she has done med school now has a yr as an intern to a surgeon, her friend is coming to stay stay too. Now she just needs a 2nd p/t job to help pay the bills. Fantastic read, you only need to read this, but there is a 2nd book Dr Stantons The Epilogue, so I got that too. Was unsure whether to buy this as not my usual style of book but very good, glad I did
There were many things that led to her being called a bad mother that were incredibly unrealistic and highly unlikely for it to happen. Granted this is fiction but this was an exaggeration. Also feel like maybe the overdose could have been explored more by either one of them, to find out what really happened. Seems again unlikely that he would one day just wake up and believe her.
Also the ending was completely unnecessary.
There night ends up being so incredible that he gets her number so that they can see each other again because they just can’t seem to let the other go. But before he can even text her to find out her name, he loses his phone and most importantly; his mystery girls number.
5 years later, Ashley moves from new York to Los Angeles with her 4 year old, Owen, to be an intern for a cardiologist named Dr Stanton. With her son and best friend settled into there new home and a job that pays for everything they need, she turns up for her first day, of her last intern year. But who shows up to be her new boss? Mr Vegas, the guy that never called.
As soon as they meet they have and instant connection but they don’t recognise that yet. Cameron is the definition of a man in this especially the when their in Vegas because he has a one track mind and all he wants to do is get her back to his hotel room. I love how consumed they are in each other on that one night, they don’t even tell each other there names!
When they meet 5 years later, they recognise each other immediately proving the connection between them. It’s like the world is trying to keep them apart but they always find a way back to one another. Owen is the cutest thing ever and you can definitely tell who his dad is because they are so similar.
I couldn't put this down, it made me cry and was full of angst, and just kept on hotting you with stuff. I know that's what you're getting with these and I know the male character is going to be completely overbearing and that's kind of what it is - in the real world I'd run a mile! Because I know what I'm getting I'm willing to accept it as is, but, it did feel like he actually went to far in this book and what happened was unforgivable. I felt the same way in The Stopover and The Cassanova, but still liked the books, so cognitive dissonance for the win!
If you like the overbearing man, high angst love story then this is for you, if you don't then you'll hate it.