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Series: Indiscretion #2
on August 18, 2014
Genres: Contemporary Romance
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Fraternizing with the competition? Check.
Risking everything I’d worked so hard for? Check.
Mind-shattering orgasms? Double check.
Max Richfield made me forget myself. Forget all the reasons why I'd chosen to be alone for so long. I had goals. I needed stability. He brought chaos. I’d taken years erecting my walls. And with good reason, I would soon discover.
Now my inability to see beyond Max’s charm could cost me everything.
After a harrowing experience, Chloe and Max begin to realize they like each other more than they should.
Chloe is resistant to her feelings for Max because of her past history with loss, her experience with her ass hat ex-fiancé, and the fact that Max will be leaving in a few months. We see Jess this time and get a bit more insight on Chloe’s past and why she seems hell-bent on self destructing her newly forming relationship with Max.
Max is a little more open to his feelings than Chloe, but he is very cautious. He doesn’t think he is the right man for her because of something that happened in his past, which is connected to his father. Max wants to keep his father far away from Chloe. Unfortunately, it looks like he is set to make a visit to a charity event Max agrees to MC for Chloe.
The story continues to develop nicely with the same wit and passion present in the first part. And, to boot, the cliffhanger for this one is intriguing! After Chloe’s boss demands she break up with Max (he and Max’s father are arch rivals), she agrees (which I was a bit peeved about). Chloe begins struggling with what she will say to Max. She dreads what she must do to save her job, until she sees the her morning paper (which is stalkerishly on her kitchen table marked in red) with some mysterious news about Max.
I am really anxious to know what has her racing out to confront him (particularly since it looks like there’s danger in the horizon from the placement of her newspaper).