Gabe Baron has it all, a beautiful home, a successful career and a beautiful wife. He should be a very happy man. Then his wife Natalie asks for a divorce.
This is a story of a couple who should be locked together in a room and told they couldnít get out unless they sorted out there differences by actually talking to each other!
Sandra Marton makes no secret of the fact that Natalie and Gabe love each other as much now as they did when they married ten years before, so why the divorce talk? Basically it is because they are two very stubborn people with a lot of sexual tension between the them.
Secondary characters, like the entire Baron family, help the reader to stay with the story. Three such virile brothers like the Barons are hard to ignore! It isnít much of a hardship learning more about them!
Natalie is a lovely lady but she canít see the woods for the trees and is full of the idea that Gabe has lost interest in her. So she becomes cold and aloof to him, and avoids tender moments between them in case her real passion for Gabe shows too much!
The entire story revolves around mixed messages between the hero and heroine, and Gabeís pal Grant and his wife Crista who have much the same problems.
Luckily for the reader the book flows along nicely so it does keep you hooked until the end. It is a short book. Just 184 pages. But when passion ignites in the tale it is really hot enough to burn!