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Ash, Jace, and Gabe: three of the wealthiest, most powerful men in the country. They’re accustomed to getting anything they want. Anything at all. For Ash, it’s the woman who changes everything he’s ever known about dominance and desire... When it comes to sex, Ash McIntyre has always explored his wilder side—extreme and uncompromising. He demands control. And he prefers women who want it like that. Even the women he’s shared with his best friend, Jace. But Jace is involved with a woman he has no intention of sharing. And now even Gabe has settled into a relationship with a woman who gives him everything he needs, leaving Ash feeling restless and unfulfilled. Then Ash meets Josie, who seems immune to his charms and his wealth. Intrigued, he begins a relentless pursuit, determined she won’t be the one who got away. He never imagined the one woman to tell him no would be the only woman who’d ever drive him to the edge of desire..
Reviews I was a little skeptical going into this book. From what I've gathered about Ash McIntyre in the first two books, he just came off as this laid-back go with the flow kind of guy that just liked sleeping around. He never seemed to understand
what first Gabe and then Jace were going through when they fell for Mia and Bethany, respectively. I learned early on that I really had no idea who Ash really was. The Ash I thought I knew was not the real Ash. Getting inside his head made it much easier to understand him and I saw a different side of him that others, including Jace and Gabe, never saw. He actually is much more Alpha male than either of the two. He is very blunt, demanding, controlling, protective and incredibly romantic. Like I said NOTHING LIKE I THOUGHT HE WAS. When the book starts, Ash is sort of lost. His two best friends have settled down with their women and he was the last one to live by their "live free, play hard" motto. But, he started wondering if that was enough for him after watching Gabe and Jace fall head of heels in love and seem happier than they have ever been. As he is pondering this, he sees Josie and something about her intrigued him. He wanted her. But Josie wasn't a damsel in distress like Bethany nor was she an innocent young girl like Mia. Josie is no stranger to dominant/submissive relationships yet something about Ash both intrigued and terrified her simultaneously. Ash was intense and he was prepared to give her everything, but take everything in return. Could she take that leap with him? ================================================== I was a huge fan of Rush. Then Fever came along and while I enjoyed the story, half way through I realized that the lack of personal pronouns was very distracting. However, I pursevered and made it through the second book. Then came Burn. Am I the only one who feels like the first word of every sentence of dialogue has been cut off? When I read Fever I thought it might just be an annoying characteristic of Jace's but sadly, no. This book felt rushed and was too similar to Fever. I found it really hard to believe that Josie would be so quick to move in with someone she had only met twice. Ms. Banks has dissapointed me.
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