David Jessman has been stolen from one
company by a tough competitor because of the outstanding work
he has done in his field of research. Too bad he can’t think
about his work at all when he knows what he has waiting at
home for him. A yummy gunwhore that has just given him the
sexiest night of his life. Who needs to think about
experiments when you can think about that instead? But what is
he going to do when he runs out of money to keep Bells there?
Bells was paid and assigned to kill David
Jessman. The company he’d been stolen from didn’t like the
thought of his knowledge being used at a competitor’s place of
business. But such is the norm for the business world. But
when Bells sets eyes on Jessman and has a rousing night of
passion with him, will he be able to carry through his orders?
Or will the two men from different worlds find a way to
overcome their obstacles.
Promise Pt. 1 really didn’t
do a whole lot for me. While it was well-written, I felt the
characters had long, involved thoughts going on during moments
when they probably wouldn’t be thinking that deeply. Namely,
during sex. It felt very unnatural to me. Also, there were
quite a few proofing errors that, when I did get interested in
the storyline, jolted me right back out of it. Another thing I
noticed—in eighty-six pages, there are no chapter breaks,
which made it hard to pause and come back to it. While I
couldn’t get into the storyline, I do feel that is probably
due to the fact that this is only one book out of a series.