Crash into Me
Book 1, Heart of Stone - Heart of Stone Series #1
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What would you give up for everything?
Tristan Stone was powerful, commanding, sex incarnate. And he wore it all so well. From the moment his mesmerizing gaze met mine, I had no choice but surrender to everything he was. His power. His decadence. His passion. He was all I never knew I needed.
He wanted to possess me, and I wanted to be his everything. All I had to do was accept what he offered. But everything has a price.
The world he gave me fulfilled my wildest dreams, but would that be enough when the past crashed into the present?
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Look for all the Heart of Stone series books!
Crash Into Me (Heart of Stone #1)
Fall Into Me (Heart of Stone #2)
Give In To Me (Heart of Stone #3)
Ever After (Heart of Stone #4)
A Heart of Stone Christmas (Heart of Stone #5)
Return To Me (Heart of Stone #6)
Forever With Me (Heart of Stone #7)
And look for the Club X series and Corrupted Love Trilogy, along with K.M.'s paranormal and historical books under her Gabrielle Bisset name, the Sons of Navarus series, the Destined Ones Duology, and the Victorian Erotic Romance series! Check them out and find your next great read today!
Took too long to reveal secret. Relationship was questionable.
The story is written from Nina's perspective. Nina met the billionaire Tristan at an art show she was working at. Tristan and Nina are from two different worlds. His world is being surrounded by wealth and Nina's world surrounded in the lower middle class. Tristan is searching to spend time with Nina because he can be himself with her. Nina is not interested in his money. Nina did not even know who he was when she met him.
I'm not finding that magic or connection. So far what I feel is that Tristan comes into Nina's world when it's convenient for him and demands to spend time with her. Tristan is used to women not rejecting him so it's understandable that Nina too can't control herself.
Tristan is very seductive. Tristan controls Nina and the powerful sexual tension between them.
I'm offended that Tristan is using his power and wealth to manipulate Nina into a seductress. Tristan claims power over Nina with fancy clothes and sexual fetishes. He sought out a woman with insecurities and is controlling her body and mind with the power of seduction.
At times I feel like Tristan wants and seeks a muse for Nina. He has asked her opinion on several occasions regarding art and has asked her to paint what she feels. It's weird and erotic all at the same time.
Tristan's a hard nut to crack. I'm having a hard time figuring him out. The author does not give you much to go on and instead all it does is make you question Nina more. Without knowing Tristan the reader can only judge Nina and unfortunately Nina is looking pretty desperate. The way Nina tries to find information about Tristan is questionable.
Tristan is puzzling. He spends money foolishly. We never read about him actually doing any kind of work. The money situation does not sit well with me. The way Tristan pays people to do everything for him. What exactly does Tristan do with his time to earn the money he spends so foolishly?
This story is getting too tedious. It continues on with no regard to answering why Tristan worries about Nina's safety. I've read enough at this point that the author by now should be revealing the secrets behind Tristan's phone calls and disappearances.
I'm becoming bored with the story, yet hopeful that if I continue to read I will be rewarded with the truth.
Finally the truth is revealed, but I'm disappointed to learn that even though Nina promised that nothing Tristan said to her could change how much she loved him she was wrong. Nina has always questioned Tristan's love for her and this time proves it. When she learns the truth about Tristan she runs away. Looking back on there relationship once learning the truth does not help appease the confusion and insecurities of there relationship. I was not overly impressed with the writing style. I did like the twist in the story, but I'm worried the next book is going to be a repeat of this one and I can't stomach having to reread that train wreck of a relationship.
This book kept me interested and constantly wondering what would happen next. I did not expect the twist in the plot of the secret Tristan revealed. Can't wait to continue reading the next book in this series to see how "issues" are resolved.
The book was kind of disappointing to me. Not sure if I want to spend the money for the other books that go with this series. I found Nina to be so pouty and needy to the point that I was skipping pages so I wouldn't have to read her thoughts. Tristan seemed hot, wish I could have gotten more action out of him;)