I found it hard to believe even for fiction that Demond knew Nadra was a virgin simply by the tight way she squeezed her legs together to stop his hand from moving further up her thigh. Also the 4 questions he asked before weren't enough to give him a inkling that she was a virgin either. I feel like him "finding" out or forming his own conclusion that she was a virgin could of been written a lot better. I felt that Nadra crying after Demond dropped her off was a bit juvenile and childish for a grown woman especially what her reasoning was for the crying(Once you read the book you will understand) Also, the Bradfield sister's reasons for not liking ALL wealthy people was petty. All because of what ONE man did to Saada by firing her because she wouldn't sleep with him.It's like the other two formed their opinion about rich people based off of another sister experience with one rich person.
The part that was kinda "Ewwish" to me was Demond's father James laying in bed with his wife after having sex thinking to him self "What more could a man want?" after reflecting on his life and how relaxed he was after getting his massage from Nadra. His answer was "A daughter in law that could gives massages to make a man sleep like a baby" like Ew lol. Why was he even thinking about Nadra anyways? Demond's father James also knowing Nadra was a virgin by looking at her was also fictionally UNBELIEVABLE as well. The whole Saada snatching the door open and telling Demond that Nadra was a virgin and that she will remain one til marriage was a bit much to me. I understand being protective over your younger siblings but what if Demond didn't know she was a virgin? That would've made things awkward Nadra hadn't even talked to Saada about ANYTHING that her and Demond discussed. So how do she know that Nadra hadn't told him these things herself?
I liked how Demond got Saada "together" after her threatening rant about Nadra's virginity and etc though lol. He put her in her place I loved him literally moving her out of his way with her foolishness. Overall this book was just ok I wanted this book to be do much more than what it was but it wasn't. This book like most books had the potential to be soooo much more and I know that writing a book is a lot more harder and takes a lot more time to write than it does us readers to read. The book wasn't awful but it didn't do it for me either. It was like this book was centered around Nadra being a virgin that the focus and time wasn't spent on more character development. Since I could understand where the author was trying to go with this book I'm willing to give them another chance with another book.
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Nadra wants him and he wants her, but love is rarely that simple. Will she keep her promise to her deceased mother? Will he accept her on her terms? Will the past bring them together or tear them apart? Demond is in for the fight of his life. For once in his life, his beautiful body and wealth aren't enough. Thankfully, his charms run deeper than the superficial.