Fifteen years and Vincent Carson Ė that
is all that Kira Gunn knew about her life. She was
twenty-five years old, but she couldnít remember anything
before that day when sixteen-year-old Vincent rescued her.
She didnít know her true name, who her parents were, or
where she was from.
She knew that they had run when Vincent
first found her. He had also taught her how to protect
herself, and where to go if he sensed danger. But what was
this danger? She ran a large corporation, wasnít totally
inconspicuous, but nobody had ever disturbed their lives.
Could she truly trust Vincent? As Kira
starts to exert her wishes to learn more about her past,
Vincent keeps pushing back, avoiding her questions, and
preventing her from learning more. Kira doesnít know if
this is because there truly is someone after them, or maybe
Vincent himself was not someone she should trust.
No Ordinary Love was an
emotional read. It is obvious that Vincentís entire world
revolves around Kira. He gave up everything to focus on
Kiraís safety, well-being, and happiness. He had devoted
everything he was to her. For him, this should be enough,
but Kira needs more. She wants to know what happened all
those years ago. Since nothing has threatened them since,
she believes the past is over and they are safe.
Personally, I was firmly in Vincentís corner. He is a hero
any woman would be thrilled to have. While I could
understand Kiraís uncertainties, I couldnít help but feel
she acted a bit like a spoiled child. Still, I could excuse
her, to some extent, since there was no way for Kira to
truly comprehend the enormity of their danger when Vincent
wasnít completely open with her.
No Ordinary Love was also
a thrilling suspense as Vincent and Kira face the past. It
is unknown if anyone can be considered friend, but everyone
is a potential foe. Without giving spoilers, I will simply
say I loved the help they received. It was unique. I am
thrilled that additional stories in this series are already
available and am eager to read them.