Aloof and arrogant, Holsum College Junior Hunter Ford has enjoyed all the perks of being from one of America’s most prominent families. Hunter can have anything he wants—except time away from his family’s political spotlight and the image consultant hired to keep him there.
Steve’s job is simple—make Hunter toe the line for the duration of his uncle’s vice-presidential campaign. This is the break Steve’s been waiting for and a chance to provide a better life for his deaf sister. But he didn’t count on an attraction to the broken scion—one that rearranges everything Steve thought he knew about himself.
As Steve melts Hunter’s icy exterior, the heat between them threatens more than just their hearts. Then a ghost from Hunter’s past shows up on the campaign, challenging Hunter’s stability, and straining Steve’s ability to defend and protect the man he’s growing to love.
The highly anticipated story of Hunter Ford. I’ve patiently waited for Hunter to get his story and I must say Daisy Harris did not disappoint. In the 6th installment of the series readers get to see how bad boy Hunter Ford finally gets himself together and obtains the man of his dreams. I wondered how Ms. Harris would transform Hunter from the selfish, arrogant, spoiled kid to the man worthy of true love in the form of Steve Camden. I love that Hunter isn’t altered from bad boy one day to good guy the next; throughout the story is becomes obvious that it’s not entitlement or status that has shaped attitude Hunter but mainly family drama, and childhood trauma. As Hunter confronts his past, with a lot of help from Steve, and learns to deal with his emotions it becomes incredible easy to fall for the bad boy.
Steve is the greatest, he’s hard working, loyal, sexy and smart and he’s also the man whose new job assignment is being “Hunter’s Handler”; making sure Hunter doesn’t embarrass his uncle on the campaign trail. Steve is exactly what Hunter needs; he’s older and wiser and doesn’t put up with any of Hunter’s crap. Steve lets Hunter be himself without judgment and without being too easy on him either. The power exchange between the two men makes for an extremely provocative read and it also adds some BDSM elements to the story.
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