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Forbidden love. Part one of the trilogy.
Reviewed in Australia on 3 August 2019
Following her father's death, twelve-year-old violin prodigy, Samantha, found herself alone in the world. She became the ward of a mysterious and somewhat reclusive man, Liam, leader of North Security, an international para-military group.
Now, nearing her eighteenth birthday, things could not be described as anything like a father-daughter relationship. While Liam is cool and remote on the outside, he secretly burns with dark desires and most prominent, is his feelings for Samantha.
Samantha's days are filled with violin practice and preparation for a music career. She has had such a sheltered upbringing within Liam's compound, she has very little experience or understanding about relationships. But she has been fantasizing about Liam.
One night, an incident brings their explosive desires into the open, and this is the beginning of a whole new experience for them both.
But Liam cannot let Samantha stay.
Part one of three. Not clearly labelled as a trilogy when I obtained this book. I enjoyed the plays of emotion between the characters and the storyline is fairly intriguing, but I'm not certain whether I will purchase another two books to complete the story.