Naya thought her life was complete until her ex-boyfriend came back to town to celebrate the holidays. There was a proposition that Devin and Naya agreed upon. In the end they both finally admitted that they still loved each other.
I enjoyed the story. The one thing I was a little disappointed in was the spice level. Going in I thought it was going to be a very erotic story while it is actually more of a romance book.
Most women wouldn't mind waking up to find six feet of perfectly-defined male muscle cooking for them. Then again, Anaya Bancroft isn't most women. She's the innkeeper and co-owner of Emerald Valley Bed & Breakfast and it's only pure desperation--and a complete lack of ability in the kitchen--that have her turning to her ex for help with the B&B's biggest event of the year. Devlin Levi may be a famous chef, but he broke Naya's heart once and she's not about to let him do it again. Devlin is welcome in her kitchen, but that's it.
At least, that was the plan.
Devlin has a plan of his own, one that could change everything. He wants Naya to give him eight nights. Eight nights of unbridled passion, eight sexual fantasies explored and fulfilled, eight chances to prove they're made for each other. If, at the end of their time together, Naya still believes they can't make a relationship work, the two of them will part--for good. It's a bargain Naya can't resist, even though she fears it will end in heartbreak.
Then again, a lot can happen in eight nights...
Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual situations, graphic language, and material that some readers may find objectionable: light bondage.