Makenna James thinks her day can’t get any worse, until she finds herself stranded in a pitch-black elevator with a complete stranger. Distracted by a phone call, the pin-striped accountant catches only a glimpse of a dragon tattoo on his hand before the lights go out.
Caden Grayson is amused when a harried redhead dashes into his elevator fumbling her bags and cell phone. His amusement turns to panic when the power fails. Despite his piercings, tats, and vicious scar, he’s terrified of the dark and confined spaces. Now, he’s trapped in his own worst nightmare.
One pitch-black elevator…
To fight fear, they must reach out and open up. With no preconceived notions based on looks to hold them back, they discover just how much they have in common. In the warming darkness, attraction grows and sparks fly, but will they feel the same when the lights come back on?
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
3rd time I read this book.
The story gets me every time I need to set my mind away. It’s an easy and light reading, so it usually works. Both characters, Makenna and Caden, are very real and people that you can find anywhere and that makes the book even more interesting.
And come on, let’s be honest, I have a thing for the male character that appears to be a bad boy BUT it’s such a sweetheart, yes that’s my type of fictional character. Also, I like when books have both point of views and this book has it all the time, wich, in my opinion, makes the dynamic of the reading even better. (As you can see I like eVERYTHING ABOUT THIS BOOK)
This is one of those stories that will melt and rip your heart every twenty seconds or not who damn knows.