Have you met Jack Stevens? The hot, successful former model turned businessman who met and fell in love with Elizabeth in Ditching the Dream. This is his story…
In Ditching the Dream, I liked Jack a lot. I fell in love with Jack in this book. The ending of DTD tore me up and frustrated me. But any upset or surprise from it was explained and satisfied…
This book had my attention at the prologue.
“But his heart ached. A chunk had been ripped out leaving a gaping hole that continued to bleed, so he continued to drink.”
From his friend’s Becca text:
“Go to her. I can’t believe you, of all people, let her walk out.
Go to her, get on your knees, and beg, grovel, and/or seduce.
Do what you have to.
It’s been a plain as day since that first day that she’s your heart, Jack.
Go get your heart back. Fight.”
I could feel Jack’s pain and loss! This is Jack’s story and it is fascinating. From the small town in Colorado to his ‘discovery’ by Ford Models to NYC in the late 70’s to present, Isabelle Peterson weaves a great storyline. She reveals behind the scenes in the modeling industry, Jack’s first love, his relationship with Becca, and how he became a Dom/Switch.
Wow! I couldn’t put it down. Parts from DTD were included, this time from his POV. And by the time Jack’s plane landed in Napa, it was ON! Such a terrific sequel to Ditching the Dream! If you haven’t read DTD, do it. Then read this erotic romance!
Note: I received an ARC (advance reader copy) in exchange for an honest review.
Since it is book 2 in the Dream series, I thought I’d include Ditching the Dream. It is not as standalone novel.
Not in My Wildest Dreams BLURB
1979… When eighteen-year old Jack Stevens is spotted in his rural Colorado town by a scout from a New York City modeling agency, his life is flipped upside down. With little more than his looks, he heads to New York with a dream he didn’t know he had. Jack has a rough start, but finds his feet and embarks on an exciting life as a male model in the 1980s living in Manhattan.
2013… Thirty-four years later, a confirmed bachelor, and very successful, Jack is satisfied with his life, until he meets a breath of fresh air—Elizabeth Fairchild. Never in his wildest dreams did he think he’d find a love like he does with ‘Beth.’ It’s an instant connection.
Following wild dreams had worked for him in the past… Is this another wild dream he should follow?
WARNING: EROTIC ROMANCE… This book contains subject material of an adult nature intended for readers of 18 years old and older. In these pages you will find graphic language and sexual encounters that some readers might disagree with: regular sex, BDSM, oral, gay, and orgy. You’ve been warned. Happy reading!
For more from Isabelle Peterson and the Dream series, check out her website: Isabelle Peterson
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