A Contemporary Romance That Reads Like An Historical Novel
Ever the consummate professional, years of staunch dedication paid dividend when Hollywood made Julia Berwick the offer of a lifetime, an alluring proposition she could not refuse. Michael Dunhill——rumored a resurrected knave——emerged as the man brandishing the check. A renowned scoundrel with whom her alliance was now linked, an association she soon discovered came with dire stipulations attached.
Coerced into partaking in a tryst, Julia soon found her agreement to be a severe miscalculation. Locked now in a battle of will and lascivious demands with the handsome Adonis himself, the simplicity of lust quickly spiraled into rivalry, as both drudged further in their quest to outwit, outlast and outmaneuver the other.
A slice of eccentric truth:
Writers are more aptly the carbon of an
esteemed secretary. We listen to dictations all day; transcribe the
incessant rantings, then, if lucky, we get praised for it. A schizophrenic
should be so lucky.
Reading unfurl its magic like the exposition of a dream, one I will not soon awaken from
Knowledge provokes and incites like the body of a fine wine, submerse yourself, take time to read.
There’s no better reverence for the keeper of time than growth