The Prince's Resistant Lover
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When Prince Tamar El Amin Yarin walked into simple neighborhood diner, he didn’t expect to find the woman of his dreams. In fact, he was there on business, trying to locate the hacker who had been stealing government and corporate secrets. What he discovers instead is a blue eyed, blond haired beauty that dares him on so many levels. After a night of searing passion with the innocent temptress, he discovers that he has actually found his hacker! The betrayal leaves him stunned, but he shifts back into business mode and takes the lovely, seductive Wyndi captive.
Wyndi cannot believe that the man who had shown her so much passion and taught her how incredible a simple touch could be, could actually have kidnapped her and brought her back to his country. And now he’s accusing her of espionage and of profiting from selling his country’s secrets! Protecting her secrets, she refuses Tamar’s demands for the names of the buyers of the proprietary information, only angering him further. They are at an impasse. She refuses to tell him why she is hacking into his company and government files, and he refuses to release her until he has the information he demands.
Despite their conflict over her hacking, neither can forget the passion they shared and the love that had begun to blossom. It is this intense attraction that binds them together, even in the midst of their verbal sparring. When her secrets are revealed, will it cement their bond or destroy it?
Amazingly bad, seriously. Sort of spoilers: The plot was genuinely ridiculous with the woman hiding a secret for the entire book then handing it a way to a stranger in under 30 seconds then all bundled together in just plain incorrect facts that showed the lack of research. Bad writing, boring plot, badly written characters, with rushed and cringey declarations of love that seemed to come out of nowhere with no build up. Bit rapey in places as well. Impressively bad.
Worse than a cliffhanger ending
What's worse than a cliffhanger ending? Ending part way through a sentence.