Forty 2 Days by Georgia Le Carre
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Devastatingly handsome billionaire, Blake Law Barrington was Lana Blooms first and only love. From the moment they touched his power was overwhelming. Their arrangement quickly developed into a passionate romance that captivated her heart and took her on an incredible sexual journey she never wanted to end.
The future together looked bright until Lana made a terrible mistake. So, she did the only thing she could... she ran.
Away from her incredible life, away from the man of her dreams, but she should have known a man such as Blake Law Barrington was impossible to escape. Now, he's back in her life and determined that she should taste the bitterness of his pain.
Shocked at how rough the sex has become and humiliated that she is actually participating so willingly in her punishment, she despairs if she will ever feel the warmth of his touch--the solidity of his trust again? And even if she can win his trust, loyalties are yet to be decided, and secrets to be revealed--secrets that will test them both to their limits.
Will Lana be able to tear down the walls that surround Blake's heart, and break him free of the brutal power of immense wealth?
Can Blake hold on to Lana's heart when she discovers the enormity of the dark secrets that inhabit the Barrington family?
Lana has always believed that love conquers all. She is about to test that belief...
I read the first book in this series a while ago, and it ended with a cliff hanger. I wasn't aware before reading it that it would do so, but was taken in by the story. I was glad to pick it up in this second installment, but beware - it doesn't end with this one either. The life of Lana and Blake seemed to repeat a little in the beginning - a little more intensely and kind of cruel on Blake's part, but after a while there were some very dark and wicked twists. The sexual content became strange (well, stranger than I usually read) and evil secrets about Blake's family came to the surface that actually made my stomach turn, but at the same time made me want to know how it would be overcome. At the end of Forty 2 days, there is a minor victory, but there are still some things I didn't see resolved from the first book that I was hoping for, and it still leaves you wanting to know more about how they will be together in spite of Blake's family secrets that are revealed. Because of that, I would read the next book.
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