A Matter of Trust
LONDON CALLING, Book 1
Reviewed by Author Roy Murry
This romance novel was like foreplay from cover to end. Bennett of his namesake company Sterling International has hired Devon, a beautiful, intelligent woman to work for his company after Human Relations gave her a top approval rating.
One look, and he put his stamp of approval. The company is based in London – she is USA American; he is English.
Sparks in his brain or his loin attracts him to her and vice-a-versa. He, however, does not have relations with employees since one betrayed his trust in a past relationship.
He wants her; she wants him plays out for most of the novel. She is confused, and he is not. He plays games with his intentions.
Emotions conflict between the two. Those go on until a family cohort of hers interjects himself into the business sexual relationship with a game that could prove Bennet's untrusting ways with women he cares.
The relationship arrives at a conclusion that may be resolved in Book 2 of the series. I may read that endeavor.