Now, busy with caring for her father and trying to save her teen shelter, Talia doesn’t need the messy entanglements that come with real relationships she doesn’t have time for.
But after a mysterious benefactor saves her free clinic and reveals himself…everything changes.
Donovan Lore doesn’t just want in Talia’s bed, which is the only thing she offers —he wants inside her heart and he doesn’t care what type of fight Talia puts up. He’s determined to break through every one of her walls until she’s pliable and needy in his hands and writhing beneath him.
And Donovan always gets what he wants.
Enflame is book three in the Affair Series. It has new characters and can be read as a standalone but it does cross paths with the characters in the first two books, so I would recommend reading them first.
Right from the beginning I knew this was going to be a good read. The first two chapters were written really well where I got a great feel for what kind of character Talia was going to be. Her personality came out easily in the writing. I could feel how desperate her situation was and how much pressure she was under. When Donovan was introduced, I felt like I liked him more than I should. So I was drawn right in.
The author kept hitting the mark with the buildup sexual tension she was creating between Talia and Donovan. S. Layne created scenes that were extremely sexy while balancing it with the progression of the story. Of course sex is a big part of the novel with it being an erotica but it didn’t take away from the plot. There wasn’t a spotlight on the physical aspect of their relationship which was smart writing.
I will absolutely keep an eye out for any future work of S. Layne.
I give Enflame 4 out of 5 stars.