Running is always easier.
Tori McLeod moved to the big city to get away from her mother—and her past. Her new routine is destroyed when she meets a mysterious stranger who won’t take no for an answer. Sebastian intrigues her, but his eyes hold secrets she would rather avoid.
Sebastian Chelios, a hard as nails enforcer, is a new-in-town loner.
Sebastian has to have her. Control her. Possess her. But he can’t—won’t lose control, even though Tori’s innocence fascinates him. The last thing he’s going to do is love her, even after he gets her in his bed.
Losing control is dangerous, especially when someone from Sebastian’s past covets Tori, putting more than just her heart in danger.
How can Sebastian protect Tori from Jose’s sadistic obsession? If he gets his hands on her, will she make it out in one piece?
So I think the part that started my disappointment was early on (less than 100 pages in) when Tori says "You don't even know me at all, do you?".....umm....no he doesn't....you've barley held any conversation at all with the man. You talked with him for maybe 20 minutes at the coffee shop, made out with him after he basically attacked you in an alley, and then danced and dry humped him at a club.....are you shocked he doesn't know you at all?
Sadly my disappointment didn't end there. And I think if I read Sebastian calling her "little one" one more I'd cry. I really don't do well with nick names like that in books because they are just so over used, which is exactly what happened here.
The plot was so very confusing and I still feel somewhat lost in it. I think it could have done so much better, but it's just so rushed together.