Lady Aimee Wentworth has been in love with Reece Hamilton since she was a little girl. Ever since their kiss, he won't stay in England long enough to see her. In desperation, Aimee comes up with a plan to go to him and ends up getting herself kidnapped - luckily be members of Reece's crew.
Reece knows that he can never provide for Aimee that way she should be provided for, so he decided to stay away from her. Knowing that if he saw her, all his reservations wouldn't mean anything and he wouldn't do that to the woman he loved.
What will Reece do when he finds Aimee on his ship having made friends with his entire crew? Is it the answers to his prayers?
This is definitely a different type of romance book. Not in the way the storyline of the H/H goes, but that it's definitely a continuation of the previous book. Millie and Chase from the previous book (A Woman Made for Pleasure) feature heavily in this story. It was kinda of a dream come true. When you read a series, the other H/H usually pop up so that you can see how their life has progressed but you never really get to see much of their life after the end of their story. This story started just months after the previous one ended, so it definitely felt like a mini-series that had just continued on to the next night. Having said that, I do wish the author had done a little less of Millie and Chase and beefed up the story for Aimee and Reece but I did really enjoy both parts of the story.
I really enjoyed Aimee and Reece. Now that Aimee is after her true love, we see a fierce side of her that was hidden when she was around Millie. I liked seeing Aimee go after what she wanted.
I loved the vulnerability in Reece. His whole crew knew there was someone that held the heart of their captain, but were wise enough not to pry into it. When they found out that Aimee was "The One", it was fun to see how they gravitated to her and made all of Reece's reasons for not marrying Aimee mute.
I am excited to read the next book in the series, which is about Jenelle.