Saturday, November 8, 2014

One Year Love - Part Two by Devon Hartford Review

One Year Love - Part Two

by Devon Hartford

River Freeman is still heartbroken long after the man she thought was her one true love mysteriously walked out of her life. Deep down, she knows she’s not over him. She does her best to distract herself from her pain by focusing on paying her bills and finishing her associates degree.

Rugged and enigmatic Drakken Skalakova fills the jagged hole in his heart with money, power, and the affection of every woman who lays eyes on him. He’s visiting the U.S. for one year to oversee a top secret billion dollar business deal. The last thing he wants is a meaningful relationship.

When Drakken and River’s paths crash together, they can’t deny their intense mutual attraction. They both crave the blissful distraction of down and dirty sex.

Neither of them are looking for love.
They both know love hurts too much.

But a lot can happen in one year. 

 This man of mystery that is Drakken... what was done to him that he bears the scars on his back? I am so hooked in this story!

Part Two continues with the story of River, or Rivka like Drakken calls her, as she is still trying to survive doing her masseuse job at the Beverly Hill Resort Hotel. Luciana is on her case about that last massage River gave Drakken and was found without shoes. There will be no sex with a massage client... that is against hotel policy and River subject to immediate dismissal.

Drakken is a mystery to River, as well as an obsession. She just thinks about him all the time. Cage is still pursuing her and the idiot does not get it that she does not want anything tod o with him. Watch for the scene with the truckload of roses...

Devon Hartford continues to draw me in to this story. The obstacles and emotions are palpable on these pages. There are moments of absolute delight and laughter as well heart wrenching moments of such pain and distress you will be begging for Part Three to be published ASAP!

About the Author Devon Hartford

A lot of people ask me, "Why is a guy writing romance novels for women?" The answer is simple. Everyone falls in love. Even men. Imagine that. ;-)

But it goes deeper than that. I write romance to explore and understand my own emotions.

No matter what most guys say on the subject, emotions are a part of the human experience for women AND men. Guys who deny their emotions, especially the difficult ones like sadness, grief, loss, and hurt, are missing out on a big part of life. Everyone has emotional scars. It's impossible to make it from cradle to grave without getting banged up along the way. For all that pain, we can also heal ourselves.

My stories feature characters who are on a quest to heal their pain, and in the process, find love. We all know that a loving relationship can be a conduit for both partners to heal together. When that happens, it's truly a beautiful thing.

It's my hope that my readers can gain some perspective regarding their own emotional wounds, and perhaps heal in some small way by going through the emotional journey I went through while writing my stories.

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