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Morgan learned to dance in Adam's arms. They grew up playing the piano together. Adam's calm, soothing presence was the perfect compliment to her restless soul. Not only that, he shared her differences down to his feral eyes.
Enter Zoltan Kristos, Hungary's Minister of Reconstruction. He shares those same golden eyes that Morgan possesses. After Zoltan carries her mother out of a blazing fire, Morgan's life takes a turn she doesn't expect. She discovers the reasons for her differences, and questions her very identity. Is Adam strong enough to be the man she needs him to be?
As always, author Stephanie Burkhart hits a home run with this book.
I've read some, but not all, of the books in this series so I have an acquaintance with most of these characters but it's been a while since I read them, and I didn't feel lost even though the previous stories were a bit fuzzy. Likely, a reader's greatest enjoyment of the book, though would be found if they had read the other books.
Ms. Burkhart's strength is her ability to describe ... everything. The characters, the setting, etc., are all so clear and unique. I feel as if I've visited Budapest, and that I know these people and become completely invested in them. It keeps me turning pages.
I really enjoyed watching Morgan and Adam realize they were becoming more than lifelong friends. There were times I wanted to bang their heads together and make them just TALK, but mostly the romance was sweet and touching.
I didn't know how to feel about Zoltan. Sometimes, he felt purely awful, but others he was quite heroic. I didn't feel as if he was right for Morgan, but I would love to read his own story.
The story wasn't always action-packed, but I never wanted to stop reading and I look forward to reading more in the series. 4 stars.
She smiled. "The view alone is worth renting the apartment."
"So you approve?" He leaned closer, catching the faintest whiff of her lavender perfume, but sadly, it was mostly covered by the medical scents from the hospital.
"I adore the view." She turned to face him. Their eyes met. He raked a heated gaze over her figure. She worried her lower lip and demurely turned back to face the window.
"I adore the view, too." Adam reached out and cupped her chin. An intense physical awareness flared between them.
She hesitated. "Adam--"
"You want this."
"You want me to kiss you."
"You're pretty certain of that."
"I just know what you want."
"You are infuriating. How could you possibly know what I want?" "Because it's in your eyes."
She placed her hands on his chest and admitted as much. Heat flared between them, actually making the space between them warm. His pulse spiked. Blood rushed to his manhood. He took her lips, savoring her taste. Her mouth hinted of tokaji. Sweet. Honeyed. They drank each other in. He curved his hand around the nape of her neck and pulled her closer. God, her mouth was so velvety and smooth.
Her body pressed against the length of him, her curves hugging his muscles. His manhood pressed against her thigh. She arched closer to him. How responsive she was. She placed her hands on his shoulders and deepened the kiss.
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