At twenty-three years old, he's suddenly the head of a multibillion dollar global corporation he is in no way equipped to run. His father is dying. His mother's run away. He's spent his entire adult life playing fast and loose with his life and his loves, but when he's dragged into a position of responsibility with the fate of the company on his shoulders, he goes spinning into freefall.
And Brand Forsythe is the only man to catch him.
Icy, detached, nearly twice Ash's age, the massive monolith of a British valet is impossible to deal with and like no servant Ash has ever met. Domineering and controlling, Brand quickly puts Ash's life in order.
He only knows, as he faces the hardest decisions of his life...the only thing that can save him is the love of his cocky valet.
In fact, I found this author's writing to be lush, vivid and seductive. It drew me into the story and the individual characters' hearts and minds - made me part of their world and experiences skilfully and yet without ever coming across as contrived or manipulative.