Jane has always had a cool head until she met Dev who happens to be the contractor restoring the Wolcott mansion. Jane and her two best friends had recently inherited the mansion. To Dev’s defense, he was jet lagged and had two stiff welcome home drinks prior to meeting Jane. Dev could easily renovate the house in the dark, but he wants to see discuss issues with Jane. By all appearances, Jane is a very conservative woman until she meets Dev.
The plot was well devised with Jane and Dev each coming from opposite backgrounds. Jane’s parents were drunks, which scared Jane into thinking that she may eventually turn out like her parents. Although she wore conservative clothes, she always had wild shoes. Dev’s family was very devoted but at some level almost too much. For instance, Dev’s brothers tended to flirt some with Jane and she right back at them – no concern from Dev. How many men will allow their brothers (or buddies) to flirt with their woman?!
This reader saw some passion between the two characters but not enough wild passion to be believable. This reader also didn’t care for the narrator attempting to impersonate a male voice. Overall, an enjoyable read but not sure if this series will remain on my radar.
Thanks to Tantor Media for giving me this book in exchange for a honest review.