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Eric de Vries.

Looks like millions. Worth billions. A body like the David with a mind to match. Unfortunately for this wayward heir, to keep his money, he needs a wife. And of all the women in the world, he chooses me.

Too bad I've hated him for five years, since he took all my tears and tossed me away. The guy slept his way through half of New England and discarded women like hotel toiletries. Been there. Done that.

Still...what would you do for 20 million dollars? Would you wear the dress? Fake a smile for the man who broke your heart? Or would you run far, far away?

Yeah, that's what I thought. I'll see you at the church.

Contains mature themes.

©2019 Raglan Publishing (P)2019 Tantor

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  • CAROLYN 🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹
  • 10-02-2020

PHENOMENAL STORYTELLING

This was my first Nicole French book.. but wow it definitely won’t be my last.. in fact I downloaded books 2 and 3 in this Quicksilver trilogy halfway through this very first slice of greatness. This trilogy is something quite different.. it catalogues the extensive steps Eric and Jane take in past and present chapters as they’re intensely drawn to, step away from and are cruelly pulled apart from each other since meeting in College. It’s a marriage of convenience with its roots in a broken love affair long over.. it’s an enemies-to-lovers slow-build.. it’s a lowering of walls and defences.. it’s passion pleasure and pain rolled into one.. it’s the heartbreaking devastation of secrets and the unbelievable revelations they contain.. and it’s a journey that wounds, worries and wrings out so so many feels. This weighty well-worded three-part love story utterly consumed me with its heartwarming highs and its heartbreaking lows in a long, intense, angst-ridden plot of highs. lows.. questions.. knocks.. manipulations.. hopes.. lies.. lust.. loyalty.. danger.. laughter.. trust and beautiful love which fill the many glorious hours of listening. Star-crossed lovers, opposites doomed from the start by others (and by themselves), destined to finally be together.. but wow.. wow.. wow.. their riveting journey wasn’t just a rollercoaster romance, it was the Spacemountain of rollercoaster romances!! They bump, mesh and hurtle together (and apart) into the darkness, into the uncharted, into the desolate expanse of lost hope - and the emptiness found there. They fight hard with and for each other and finally they stand together united, victorious and very much in love. Worth a credit? This addictive, epic, unique, intensely-weaved journey was told from Jane’s PoV but had interludes from Eric’s PoV.. and YES YES YES it’s definitely creditworthy because of its long length, its beautiful bold breathtaking feels and its tightly weaved emotional twists.. it was utterly stupendous storytelling. There’s an alpha billionaire hero from a privileged white heritage and a quirky colorful half Korean spitfire who knew from the start she was never going to fit in with his life.. but they hungered for each other, they hoped and they planned. But, if it wasn’t themselves sabotaging their relationship, there was a very dangerous puppet-master behind the scenes waiting to pull his deadly strings. Contains sizzling chemistry, h.h.hot sex.. including bdsm scenes, passion, tenderness, danger, dark terrible life-threatening torture, mental instability and much much more. And Cindy Kay did a phenomenal job at bringing the heart, the hurt, the passion and the pulse to life.

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  • ARSW
  • 07-07-2020

Didn't care for heroine until the book's end

This is the first book of the trilogy so a lot is dedicated to character development and setting the scene. I connected easily with the hero but struggled to deal with the too bitchy heroine until nearing the end when her shortcomings became her survivalist strengths. Beware, there's a cliffhanger. The narrator was great, Cindy Kay was successful enough to even pass doing the male voices.

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  • Rachel T
  • 01-07-2020

Great Start

This series has characters that I LOVED in spitfire, and I LOVED IT. The Hate Vow is the first Cindy Kay book for me but not my last.

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  • Heather B.
  • 11-06-2020

Loved this book!

Jane is my type of heroine- smart, feisty, unapologetic about herself and her sexuality. Eric is my type of hero- protective, intelligent, kind, with a dash of kinky darkness and poetry in his heart. Can’t wait to begin the second book!

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  • Aimee Lochrico
  • 12-12-2019

Very good!!!

I couldn’t stop listening!!! I very rarely find a book this long that I don’t have to skip through, but this one had me wanting to keep listening the whole time!!!

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