When Lana Bloom learns the devastating news that her mother is dying, she is faced with a terrible dilemma. The one thing that can save her is the one thing she does not have.
For young and Innocent Lana, The unthinkable is her only choice.
When she walks through the door of that exclusive restaurant she has no idea of the seismic shift her life is about to take, for the highest bidder will not be the rich man she has accompanied.
Fate drops her at the feet of the deeply mysterious and dazzlingly gorgeous American banker, Blake Law Barrington. Throbbing with raw masculinity and arrogance, this is a man who owns all that he pursues.
And now he wants her.
Lana cannot deny she is both intrigued and intoxicated by the world Blake inhabits and the smouldering passion he stirs in her body, but she is also fearful for this man is addictive and right now she is very vulnerable. She knows she should focus only on the arrangement, but how can she?
When he has opened a door that cannot be closed…
This book begins when Lana is out to dinner with her boss hoping to get him to agree to an deal she has to offer. See Lana is a virgin, and her mother is dying of cancer. Her mother on has a few weeks left so Lana is desperate to get money to have her go to America for treatments. So she heard rumors that her boss pays some woman good money to have sex with him. Now she wants a chance to offer this to him. But while out to dinner she sees a strange man staring at her, and the instant her eyes lock with his everything changes. This man named Blake offers her double what her boss was going to pay for a three month contract. And Lana agrees. Once it all starts though Lana has to worry about losing her heart to this man, and she has to worry about all of the horrible people he has in his family as well.
I'm not a fan of this book at all. I loved the idea of the story at first. But I really hated the fact that Blake was already promised to marry someone else, and I hated how he wouldn't be man enough to stand up to his family for what he really wants. That just drove me crazy. Not only that I feel like he treats Lana badly, just because he's trying to get her out of his system. It was all so stupid in my opinion. I did like Lana though, and because of that I'm kinda interested to see what happens to her. But I really didn't like how it ended. And I hate how Victoria meddled in things it just make it much more frustrating.