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You've heard the conventional wisdom about opposites and attraction. Will the same rules apply once the heat is turned up between people who are just alike?
Sky Kirby is independent, arrogant, emotionally closed off, and owns it. She doesn't need anyone to fix or save her and makes no apologies—even when her choices may explain why love has been so elusive.
Remington Kneeland is Sky's mirror image—only he is done with love. Cynical and bitter, he focuses on the one person that means the world to him—his daughter. When a terrible accident brings him and Sky together, fate steps in with a different idea.
Find out what happens when an immovable object meets an unstoppable force—the results are soul-stirring, heart-pounding, and orgasmic.
Loved this book
I loved this book. It touched on a couple Sensitive topics and it was exciting and romantic.
Remington met Sky under tough circumstances, but that didn’t stopped them from connecting instantly. Sky was amazed that Remington had such an exciting effect on her. She had already given up finding someone and having a serious relationship. She was the doctor caring for his daughter -who was injured in a serious accident. When she was forced to keep important information about his daughter’s health and well-being a secret, she knew that their relationship could be in jeopardy, before they even had a chance to explore their feelings for each other.
I liked that despite the chemistry, the author allowed the relationship between Sky and Remington to developed steadily. The story flowed freely and I kept turning the pages. I would recommend this book. Thank you to the author.
Remington’s Sky is a great read. I loved that Sky was a strong, determined professional who was willing to stand up for not only herself but what was right. Sky and Remington met under the most harrowing of circumstances. I enjoyed watching their romance fully develop. I also loved Sky’s interactions with Remington’s daughter Charlie. I’m hoping that Nia and Franklin will get their own book.