Book 1, Secret Dreams
Miranda P. Charles
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When Jasmine Allen met Kane Summers in the unlikeliest of places, she wasn't expecting the swift and immediate attraction she felt for him. But Jasmine had a secret she wasn't at all comfortable sharing with anyone, least of all, the hunky guy who was literally sweeping her off her feet.
Kane Summers was a sucker for damsels in distress. When he found himself wanting to protect Jasmine Allen in more ways than one, the instant chemistry they had for each other hit him squarely in the chest. But Kane's life was complicated, and he wasn't totally free to act on the fascination he felt for her.
Kane and Jasmine were fighting a losing battle to stay away from each other. But circumstances -- and certain people -- beyond their control were very much intent on keeping them apart.
How could they find their way past secrets and malicious intents to nurture a love that, if given the chance, could last a lifetime?
This is a stand-alone novel that would give you enjoyment on its own. However, to enhance your experience of the Secret Dreams Series, the author recommends reading them in order.
Secret Dreams Series
Book 1: Secret Words (Jasmine Allen and Kane Summers
Book 2: Secret Designs (Ari Mitchell and Dylan Summers)
Book 3: Secret Moves (Kristen McCann and Trey Andrews)
Book 4: Secret Tastes (Samantha Lane and Adam Craig)
(This book is intended for mature adults only.)
I really like this book and the story line the characters develop. Will continue reading the series and hope to enjoy it as much as this one
Miranda P. Charles’ characters and story lines are well developed and you just have to love them. Kane and Jasmine’s story drew me in and soon I was lost in the suspensefully sexy book. I couldn’t put it down. I have read it multiple times, and each time I do, I see something different and love it even more. I look forward to Miranda’s other novels!
It was, generally, a good book.