- Release Date
- March 2014
Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance, New Adult
Trapped inside a luxury mall during a violent storm, small town girl, Clover Brite, is thrust into the arms of international playboy Dorian Martin. Lightning strikes inside the building as well as outside…
Clover is the site manager for the renovation of the Baltimore Rotunda and first meets the owner, Dorian, when the 'storm of the century' traps the two of them inside the luxury mall. Upscale stores surround them and all are available at the end of Dorian's keyring, and though money doesn't impress her much, they begin to fall for each other.
Too aware of the differences between them and struggling with angst from her childhood, Clover flees back to her small town world. Dorian follows in hot pursuit. But will Clover realise that what happened that stormy night could lead to a future?
Oct 01, 2014 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
117 people found the following review helpful
With the storm of the century raging outside, what's a girl to do when she's stuck with her rich boss inside a deserted shopping mall?
It's lust at first sight in Sommer Marsden's LOST IN YOU. Clover Brite is in charge of renovating the shopping mall. Owner Dorian Martin visits the job site, and severe storms prevent either one from leaving.
In what would seem to be an unlikely pairing, there's an immediate connection between the rich playboy and his employee. As the storyline develops, much of the focus is on whether these two should explore their shared passion.
To me, the story concept tipped a little too far into fantasy compared to reality. I had a difficult time buying into the fact that things moved so quickly. I can understand that people might do things in the heat of the moment when faced with danger, but sleeping with my boss is probably the last thing on my list--especially if I had just met him.
Insecurity plays a key factor in the story, which only added to my frustration with the characters. I think there is a good foundation that makes for an average read, but the potential for a deeper story is too evident for me to ignore.
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