From the moment Rafe Wilde meets Sylvie
Penrith at his uncle’s Paris apartment, something about his
uncle’s assistant makes him curious, she was beautiful, sexy
and yet vulnerable, an oddly appealing mix. Sylvie had never
met anyone who had made such an instant impression or felt
such an instant attraction to as Rafe.
Too Hot to Handle is
explosive and sensual. Anne Ireland weaves a story full of
uncertainties as Rafe and Sylvie try to find the path to
love. Sylvie is looking for marriage, but is forced to accept
that Rafe is just a fling. Rafe wanted an affair, but was not
willing to give Sylvie up to meet some other man. I was
intrigued by Rafe whose character is flawed just enough to
make him lovable and Too Hot to Handle.