Pub Date 14 Mar 2015
Two Hearts collide on a London Tube train...
Artist Emily Raven really has no choice in getting up close and personal with model Pieter Bayer when they’re pushed together in a crowded train carriage. Their close proximity kindles a conversation, which leads to them discovering they have an acquaintance in common, that of art director Darien Hollgoode. So, when Pieter invites the artist to accompany him to the photo shoot he’s heading to, Emily decides it’s a perfect opportunity to catch up with her roguish old friend Darien, and spend time with her gorgeous new friend, Pieter.
They begin a deeply erotic affair. However, not everyone is happy about their blossoming relationship.
Pieter’s best-friend Simeon is secretly in love with him, and Emily’s manipulative old friend, Darien, holds an explosive secret to Pieter’s past... that will change everything.
Set between Berlin and London, this beautifully life affirming erotic romantic tale tells of how two damaged souls learn to trust again and in trusting each other, find that 'something more'.
This book was previously published under the title "Schonling" and was re-titled in 2016.
Please note: There are scenes of a sexual nature in this book and strong language through out. Reader discretion is advised.
Wonderful! -5 Stars
This is my first time reading one of Isobel's book. Emily is a strong, career focused, caring, and self-sufficient lady. Pieter is a sexy and drop dead gorgeous model. Both is a lost soul that is fighting to live again. They are so perfect together. This story has amazing main characters and supporting characters. Throughout this story your emotions will be all over the place. I can't wait to read the next book in this series. Definitely an one-click buy!! Keep up the great work.”—Chantelle, Amazon Reviewer
Highly Original Story- 4 stars
Their chemistry is off the charts hot, and led to SCORCHIN' panty melting sexy scene goodness. Isobel Starling's easy writing style kept me turning pages, and her twists and turns made for some OMG moments that made me yell loudly.” – Jennifer Pierson-The Power of Three Readers