Love is a Stranger
How do you love someone who exists entirely in the shadows? How do you love a man who describes himself as dead? How do you get that ghost to love you back? Ex-SAS soldier Ben Rider falls in love with his enigmatic married boss Sir Nikolas Mikkelsen, but Nikolas is living a lie. A lie so profound... show more
How do you love someone who exists entirely in the shadows? How do you love a man who describes himself as dead? How do you get that ghost to love you back? Ex-SAS soldier Ben Rider falls in love with his enigmatic married boss Sir Nikolas Mikkelsen, but Nikolas is living a lie. A lie so profound that when the shadows are lifted, Ben realises he's in love with a very dangerous stranger. Ben has to choose between Nikolas and safety, but sometimes danger comes in a very seductive package.
Pages no: 257
Edition language: English
Series: More Heat Than the Sun (#1)
***** 5 staring the heck out of this ***** First read July 2015. Rating: barely 3 stars. Second read October 2016. The highest of 5 stars. Have you read lots of reviews for this book, but can't really make heads or tail of what to think of it? The ratings are high and low. In the reviews, people...
I couldn't give it more stars cause I didn't particularly enjoy the first 40%. An ex-SAS soldier Ben Rider who, after 4 years of a friends-with-benefits, falls in love with his married boss Sir Nikolas Mikkelsen. Their relationship felt weird, unexplanable things happened and I kept wondering how...
“Hello, Benjamin.” Well...Hello, Nikolas…and I say that with a big ole damn grin on my face. After my first experience with this book, I was more than a little hesitant and afraid to take this one on. I did not like Nik or Ben at all originally. The introduction to these characters is likely on...
DNF at 11%. Yeah this is clearly not a book for me. I'm big on first impressions and there is nothing about this situation or these two that I like at all. Obviously a personal issue.No rating.Sorry to bail guys. BR with Marco, Elsbeth, Nathan, Teodora, Marte, Momo and Trisha... on July 22nd.
I don't know if the author had one in mind when he was writing this book but I didn't need to look any further than The Eurythmics for my background music for this story starting with 'Love is a Stranger' of course. But there were many other songs by this group that I found very well suited to the s...