One year. Twelve strangers. An unbreakable contract.
The first time I saw the secluded mountain-top villa, I thought it was beautiful.
Then I met the powerful men who owned such a place. They forced me to bow down before I knew their names. Exposed me to their hungry eyes.
I’m their prisoner for a year.
This is all thanks to my dead father. He left me a massive diamond mine. Everyone here wants it… marrying me is the only way.
12 months. Each one dedicated to a different gorgeous, wicked man to do as he pleases. And at the end they’ll fight over me in an auction.
There’s no love here. No kindness.
That’s what I tell myself so I can resist.
Because if I thought for a second that one of these tempting strangers could fall for me, heart and soul, I’d lose the only power I have.
If I fall in love…
That’s when I’ll truly surrender.
- This is a quick read.
- The blurb intrigued me.
- I look forward to the rest in the series
The blurb for this book really intrigued me and I have finished Sir Jasper feeling as intrigued about the rest of the series.
Sir Jasper is a quick book. There isn't a huge amount of character building but I felt it was enough for the first book in the series. Marjorie has me feeling mixed feelings towards her. She has lived a spoilt life and is very naïve. I did find myself still liking her despite how her naivety leads to her being easily lead.
I can't wait to get to know the other men which we have been given a glimpse of in this book and to see if Marjorie was right with her first impressions.
Sir Jasper is a quick read which I enjoyed and look forward to seeing where the story goes next.