A bad boy wrapped in a sexy, muscled, grown-up package might be worth a little risk…
Molly Webster has always followed the rules. After an ugly scandal tore apart her childhood and made her the focus of the media’s harsh spotlight, she vowed to live an ordinary life. No fame. No impropriety. No pain. Then she meets Zachary Fox, a tattooed bad boy rocker with a voice like whiskey and sin, and a touch that could become an addiction.
A one-night stand with the hottest rock star on the planet, that’s all it was meant to be…
Fox promises scorching heat and dangerous pleasure, coaxing Molly to extend their one-night stand into a one-month fling. After that, he’ll be gone forever, his life never again intersecting with her own. Sex and sin and sensual indulgence, all with an expiration date. No ties, no regrets. Too late, Molly realizes it isn’t only her body that’s become addicted to Fox, but her heart…
Zachary Fox aka Fox aka Rock God, is hot, sexy, brooding, intense dominant and wily. He sees Molly and instantly decides that she will be his and unapologetically uses everything he has in his arsenal to win her. Molly is a librarian and does everything in her power to stick to that stereotype. Her childhood wounded her soul and some of those wounds never healed. But Fox intends to break down those walls to get to the woman she’s hiding away and in the process starts to break down some of his own.
There is no build up between Fox and Molly. The chemistry is between the two scorching hot and right in your face from the beginning, Ms. Singh pulls no punches with these two, and stays the course throughout the entire book. They had their issues and even if they were messy and dirty, they worked through them. They fought for each other as well as for themselves. Fox is an unapologetically alpha male, when he found out about Molly’s past he changed his game on how to prove to Molly that she was meant to be his. Molly’s past is, for lack of a better word, tragic, so to be thrust into Fox’s world is just asking for her to have a total mental and emotional breakdown, which she does have moments of, but to watch as she fights through it, with and without Fox’s help, had me cheering for her.
I didn't want this book to end, which shouldn't have come as a surprise since I never want to leave any of the worlds Nalini Singh conjures up, it was raw, intense, smexy and emotional. I want and need more of not only Fox and Molly, but the rest of the guys of Schoolboy Choir: Abe, David and Noah ~ They are all my new book boyfriends ~ and Charlotte, Thea and T-Rex, but I will need to impatiently wait for my next fix, which thankfully isn't that far away.