Só que ele acha Pandora irresistível e fará o que for preciso para possuí-la. Both have their reasons- Donovan does not want to sell to protect his legacy, Victoria wants to buy to finally have hers. Shit, Jax had the company but what did he have? If you want sex, find someone at the party. Donvan has a very jaded view on love, as does Victoria, both growing up in families where they never felt as if they really belonged. There was something that was so vulnerable about both these characters that had me falling in love with them. Not because you want my land.
But she's had to be. The only problem is she wants the same land. He's the face of the family business and runs all their P. I liked how she was honest with herself once the walls started to come down and that she stood up for herself in the end. He doesn't want to fall in love with anyone, and he's had no trouble managing that until Victoria De Winter shows up. I loved the strength of Victoria's character and how well they complimented each other. And the proposal of Winter for them would be irrefutable.
In general I liked the story, the characters were good together but I feel like their was no romance, just sex. Yeah, that expression really got to him. I didn't like the implication that Donovan was what would be filling that. He's the face of the family business and runs all their P. Donovan and Victoria had more in common than they thought. She wants the deal to happen and will do anything to make it so.
When he sees Victoria will he be able to put his hurts aside? They went toe to toe with each other engaging in witty banter and snarky comebacks. Acknowledge that she was the one who wielded the greater power. Martin's Press for the book Molto molto carino da leggere, la storia non sarà forse molto originale nella sua trama, ma i due personaggi Donovan e Victoria meritano di essere scoperti, nel vero senso della parola, visto che amano mascherare bene i loro sentimenti. Let the crowd and the confusion of the fire alarms hide her. Victoria leaned against the table, her legs weak. I think that by the time I read all three books, I'm going to be in love with all of the Morrow brothers.
Jackie Ashenden brought me back into the fold with this installment. She left without looking back. Both Donovan and Victoria struggle in their position within the family fold and find a similar pain within the other that pulls then that much closer to each other. Because of their issues, they both deny their growing feelings and try to push one another away. A copy of this book was provided to me by the author in exchange for an honest review. It was amusing watching the battle of their wills play out and quite funny at times. Negotiation is my middle name.
Now, to add insult to injury, he had to deal with someone else wanting that legacy, that land that was rightly Morrow land. Gradually the tension left his body and he sat back in the chair, his gaze dipping down to where her skirt rode up to her thighs. I absolutely adored the second installment of this series, although short I never felt that it was rushed. Donovan just wants to be a real Morrow. Holy hell can author Jackie Ashenden pack a whole lot of hot, raunchy, steamy sex in a small package but she also manages to give us a good look at the characters and their motivation. Now they are defining family on their terms, one brother at a time. Thanks to Netgalley and St.
Donovan picked up the phone, debated calling his brother and having it out with him then and there. Victoria is a strong confident woman, always doing the right thing for her family and their business. He won't budge and she's determined to find out why. Mas certa noite, num baile deslumbrante, ela é flagrada numa situação muito comprometedora com um malicioso e lindo estranho. So there goes that theory.
That is, until Donovan Morrow entered her life. While the books are somewhat inter-related, they are stand alone books. There was a knock on the main door of his apartment. Donovan Morrow, the playboy and face of Morrow company faces his biggest challenge in Victoria de Winter, the daughter of potential buyer of the drowning business. Now that being said I think these books in The Billionaire's Club can be read as stand alones or you can read them in order.
The Morrows would be united again. On further more, he wants that land. All sorts of fun and sexy banter follows, and before we know it, Donovan is in trouble. While the books are somewhat inter-related, they are stand alone books. Donovan just needed someone to show him he was worth everything and Victoria needed someone to show her she belonged. Maybe loneliness, the need for love and acceptance.
Did I feel that Victoria and Donovan's relationship seemed a little rushed? In general I liked the story, the characters were good together but I feel like their was no romance, just sex. Now they are defining family on their terms, one brother at a time. Jackie Ashenden's Billionaire's Club Series. A surge of power went through her, twisting the pleasure harder, tighter. Victoria DeWinter has something to prove and she is determined to do it.