Ash, Jace, and Gabe: three of the wealthiest, most powerful men in the country. They’re accustomed to getting anything they want. Anything at all. For Ash, it’s the woman who changes everything he’s ever known about dominance and desire...
When it comes to sex, Ash McIntyre has always explored his wilder side—extreme and uncompromising. He demands control. And he prefers women who want it like that. Even the women he’s shared with his best friend, Jace.
But Jace is involved with a woman he has no intention of sharing. And now even Gabe has settled into a relationship with a woman who gives him everything he needs, leaving Ash feeling restless and unfulfilled.
Then Ash meets Josie, who seems immune to his charms and his wealth. Intrigued, he begins a relentless pursuit, determined she won’t be the one who got away. He never imagined the one woman to tell him no would be the only woman who’d ever drive him to the edge of desire.
Burn starts out with Ash being at the park on day thinking about all the changes in his life. He feels restless, and like something his missing. But when he starts to leave he notices a women, and he's instantly captivated. He goes to speak with her as she's leaving and realizes there they both share this attraction, and not only that she was drawing him.
From that point on Ash is determined to get Josie in his bed, and keep her there. He knows she's scared, and nervous but he's going to show her he will take care of her.
This book has lots of sexy parts, romance, and drama. I was instantly captivated with the characters. I loved Ash, and Josie just fit him perfectly. I also loved that we got to see more of the other characters from the other two books, and getting to see some of Ash's sister. I kind of want to see what Ash's sister's story is. That would be really awesome.
Anyways, over all this book was very good. It kept me constantly entertained. And I loved how there wasn't major drama, or pushing away from Josie. She knew what she wanted, and Ash made it clear what he wanted as well. So that made it much more enjoyable.