As opposed to the first Sage book, this one felt more like a novella with 8 chapters.
This one follows the tale of Melanie, the Sage brothers’ assistant. She’s always the one babysitting the youngest Sage, often known as the troublemaker. You could feel Melanie’s mounting frustration in the writing. Throughout most of the most of the story, all you get is vicious banter between Melanie and Todd…until the tension becomes flirtatious.
Story was better. Author has a talent for creating conflict and passion between characters. But, again, book needed more editing.
My rating: 3 stars