Synopses & Reviews
The second in Croft’s new adult Oxford Blues contemporary trilogy (after The First Time We Met) is as sexy and fast paced as the first. American Lauren Cusack has had a tempestuous relationship with sexy brooding Brit Alexander Hunt ever since they met at Wyckham College in England. After a massive row Lauren decides she’s done with the aristocrat—a resolution that lasts about five minutes. After Alexander’s father unexpectedly dies Lauren and Alexander renew their relationship even as Alexander is thrust into a new world. One of his responsibilities is chaperoning his headstrong 17 year old sister Emma who is secretly seeing a sworn enemy of Alexander’s. Can Alexander handle both his lover and his sister or is he doomed to lose it all? As with the first title Croft ends on a tantalizing life and death cliff hanger that will frustrate readers but make them eagerly await the next tale. The chemistry between Lauren and Alexander is off the charts with steamy and well paced love scenes and an excellent supporting cast of friends and villains adds enjoyable texture to this strongly plotted character driven and enjoyable romp. Agent: Broo Doherty DHH Literary Agency. (Aug.)" Publishers Weekly Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved."