Life is full of choices… paths, if you will. Vincenza Lombardi’s life has been carefully planned out and orchestrated by her wealthy and powerful family. Nothing but the best for their “Baby V”. The best prep schools, the finest finishing schools, and the top girls-only university in the nation.
As the only daughter, she has been protected and shielded by her three older brothers from anything unsavory that could possibly compromise their pride and joy.
Every decision, every move, has been to prepare Baby V for the role she was born for.
But Vincenza, or “V”, has other plans. Home for one last summer before she embarks on her secret life plans, she’s determined to forge her own way, on her own, separate from her impressive but constricting family legacy. As if three older brothers aren’t enough to stand in her way, V also has to deal with Dom DiBenedetto.
The Dibenedetto and Lombardi families had grown their fortunes together, raised their families closely and run one of the most successful importing business in the world. As CEO, Dom is used to running things his way and getting what he wants. As the head of his family, Dom takes his role seriously… ensuring the future and security of his employees and his loved ones. Unbeknownst to her, V plays a critical role in those plans, but will they fit in with the life she see’s for herself?
This novel is intended for those over 18 years of age, due to mature content.
Vincenza is the daughter of a very wealthy and influential family. I really like her spark. She doesn’t want the life that’s been planned by others but when the man she’s fallen in love with will keep her in this lifestyle, what will she choose?
Not going to lie, this didn’t sweep me off my feet like the Kingsmen series did. Dom is definitely swoon worthy and there’s something about him that I just can’t put my finger on. I’m waiting for him to turn into an utter bastard. There are some sexy times throughout this story and some frustrating times too. I love V’s spunk. She’s a determined young woman and Tara certainly creates strong female roles.
Tara’s strength comes through with her creation of strong characters. I love the close call scene (no spoilers here party people!) There are many questions while reading this book but it’s enjoyable.
I was kindly provided with a free copy of this book from the author to provide an honest review. Receiving this book for free did not influence my opinion nor review.
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