After being broken up with by another
boyfriend, Sophie Green has had enough. Deciding to hire
her next boyfriend, Sophie figures she can find a man to
satisfy her needs without becoming emotionally tied to him.
More than anything, Sophie wants to be a wife and mother.
She wants to be cherished for who she is and have a man
promise fidelity. She also wants him to be naughty in the
bedroom so that some of her fantasies can be fulfilled. In
her heart of hearts she is describing her roommate Logan
Rutledge but there is just one problem. Logan is a love’em
and leave’em kind of guy. At least that is what he wants
her to think. The truth is Logan’s feelings for Sophie are
much more complicated.
I was compelled to finish Sophie’s Secret in
one sitting. Logan and Sophie had been roommates and
friends for years and I wanted to see how Michelle Cary
would handle their exploration of each other without messing
up their friendship. Each had loved the other forever but
was afraid to reach for what they wanted most. It wasn’t
until Sophie had an accident that Logan finally realized
that he couldn’t lose her, no matter what. She completed
him and that is the way he wanted it. I couldn’t have asked
for a better story. Sophie’s Secret is
emotionally gripping and sensually satisfying. I enjoyed
every single enticing word.