Emma Anderson’s career was thriving. Her personal life too–but she knew–it was all a ticking time bomb until everything blows up. What happens then? Even if his relationship with Emma was going great, Bass Cole still had a long way to go to make amends after the grief he’d caused Emma last year. No matter what the future held for them, he knew one thing–Emma owned his heart. But will his love enough to fight the odds? Losing the one woman he wanted more than anything, Carter Mason wasn’t ready to move on–or let her go. Even though he and Emma remained friends, deep inside, he longed and hoped to be have her all to himself. He knew that Bass’s doom was looming and he’d make sure he’d be there for Emma. Both wanted the same woman. Both loved her to distraction. Both made gargantuan mistakes to hurt her. After all, didn’t they say it was all fair in LOVE and WAR?
The book started off a bit slow for me. But in true Pamela Ann fashion it got wild and crazy! Emma is one freaky chic and I think that is why I like her. She gets down and dirty with Bass and its HOT!!! Don’t get me wrong, I wanted to smack the shit out of Emma most of this book!! But if my man was having a baby with a skank I would be a crazy ass bitch too. This book picks up where the last left off. We get to see the reaccuring characters. I think I love Taylor as much as I love Bass. Bass, oh my…sexy, dirty in between the sheets Bass. He loves Emma so much but things always find a way of getting turned around when your in the public eye like BC is. He has a hard time in this book and at one point I about lost my shit, but recovered thank goodness!!
“When writing FOY, I didn’t want to do an epilogue because there’s still 3 more books coming out (Lindsey, Amber & Carter’s) in the series. Lindsey will somehow cover these “holes”. But since everyone wants more closure, I’m doing the xmas novella. Carter’s book will cover what happened with Emma, that call from Bass and how it all concluded. This is the tricky part about serials, you can’t really get an ending until the very last book is written, and that’s Carter’s novel, Damaged.”