By Ophelia Bell
All or nothing.
It was supposed to be a simple job transfer interview, but it was far from simple. After the most mind-blowing ‘interview’ of Melody’s life, she signs a contract with a gorgeous man named Skye, who she believes is much more than he seems. The trouble is, Skye's assistant Garen is every bit as enticing as his boss. Garen is just as inhumanly gorgeous and just as hungry for what Melody has to offer.
But the entire endeavor goes south when she finds herself falling for both elusive men and their otherworldly charms. Melody never considered the possibility of love. She rejected romance for most of her life, because love was her enemy. Love left her mother wanting and left Melody nothing but loneliness for two decades.
The realization that she has to choose between them sends her running scared. She refuses to choose, but the only other option is to refuse and risk even worse heartbreak. Will she follow her heart or lose it all?
Garen and Skye follow, too consumed by love to do anything but compromise for Melody's sake. In the arms of them both, she makes her choice—the choice Fate intended all along.
Received a copy from NetGalley for a honest review.
Ok if you want sex and very little storyline this book is for you. There is LOTS of sex in every shape and form: m/m, f/m, m/f/m, oral, anal, and voyeurism. Many, many pages of it. In the first two parts it felt to me that the dragons just used woman. Hey I can't have her I will trade out to you kinda thing. Heck Skye used everyone even his friend. I almost couldn't go on with the book. The premiss that she would sign a contract for sex and get paid for it being warmed up by one guy and screwed by another; just reeks of a high paid whore to be used at a whim. They state they need her essence to survive, but it felt like she was only a means to the end. This concept just repulsed me and I actually wanted to smack Melody. I think women should get all the good sex they want, that is not why I didn't like her. Skye was very unlikable, but I like Garen. Parts one and two were difficult to finish. The third part was the best out of the three. The story started to redeem itself some, but I still could not get on board with it.