Gloria Navarro met and married her soul mate. When he died, she felt she'd never know that kind of love again. But when she finds a love letter between the pages of a book and the man who wrote the missive, she starts to believe lightning might strike twice.To Bryan Dunn, love is a four-letter word. He doesn't go in for cheap sentiment or hearts-and-flowers. But he wants Gloria, and to get her, he'll let her believe he wrote the silly letter. The longer he's with her, though, the more he cares. If she discovers the truth about him, it just might break the heart he never thought he had.
Gloria is a widowed woman who likes to read poetry, and in one of her many visits to the library she found a letter, that she took and read, she felt really identified with this one but feeling guilty at the same time she decided to return it.
That's when a unknown hand meets hers while she's searching the book where she found the letter, there she meets Bryan, a guy that had seen her two weeks ago, and had felt attracted to her.
The thing is, is that letter the cause of everything, and that's when the web of his lies starts only because he wants her in his bed. Little did he know, that he would develop feelings for her and that the truth could cost him the woman and the love he never thought he would find.
I really enjoyed the book, is an easy and quick read, that you can't help but adore.
The author has a unique style, I mean, she didn't rush anything and she created a book where you can feel that run within its curse and at the end you're satisfied with how everything resulted.
I liked so much Gloria's character, she was a strong and an intelligent woman,who proved in every chapter her solid character and her kind soul.
Bryan... Dear God, very immature let me tell you and a strange character... The blurb of this book attracted me because the part about he lying for some letter to have Gloria in his bed, let me curious and I was surprised to read about his true intentions. What an asshole, I thought... But at the end he proved me wrong, redeeming himself, growing to act like a man and face the consequences of his acts.