Until Twilight starts out with an immediate, steamy connection between the main characters and it doesn't take long before the "job interview" morphs into a full-blown romance. This novel is for the 18+ reader, there are many hot, graphic sex scenes. It has the flavor of Italy in it, the characters drop well-known Italian words and the reader can picture the atmosphere easily. Isabella and Lane are portrayed as a couple who moves from being in lust to being in love. The reader might wish for more of an actual relationship beyond the bedroom and a few more traits in common though. The plot is mostly centered around the two and their new relationship-there is however, a couple mentions/scenes about their secret jobs. Until Twilight is a good read for a rainy day or a day at the beach and I recommended it for adult readers who enjoy erotic romance.
Isabella Sebastiani has the best instincts. For defusing bombs. But the moment she spots Lane Hallowell in the piazza in Florence, she knows her instinct for finding an irresistible lover has improved. Yes, she’s to meet Lane for a job interview. Sì, her mind tells her to ignore his tempting good looks and his incomparable charm. But her body tells her to embrace him. And her heart demands she take him home with her. Into her arms. Her bed.
A seasoned security operative, Lane shouldn’t be enthralled by a woman within minutes of meeting her. But the cool, professional explosives expert fascinates him and he’s determined to protect her from harm. As the two of them track a group of terrorists from Florence to Rome and on to Paris, Lane and Bella learn that time doesn’t matter when passion demands a future filled with love.