Never mix business with pleasure. Never bring politics into the bedroom.
In a way I did both when I took Jackson Rutledge as a lover. I can't say I wasn't warned. Two years later, he was back. Walking into a deal I'd worked hard to close. Under the tutelage of Lei Yeung, one of the sharpest businesswomen in New York, I had picked up a thing or two since Jax walked away. I wasn't the girl he once knew, but he hadn't changed. Unlike the last time we'd drifted into each other's lives, I knew exactly what I was dealing with...and how addictive his touch could be. The inner circle of glamour, sex, and privilege was Jax's playground--but this time, I knew the rules of the game.
In the cutthroat business world, one adage rules all: keep your enemies close and your ex-lovers closer.
About the Author
99 Sylvia Day is the #1 New York Times and #1 international bestselling author of over 20 award-winning novels sold in more than 40 countries. She is a #1 bestselling author in 21 countries, with tens of millions of copies of her books in print. Her Crossfire series has been optioned for television by Lionsgate, and she has been nominated for the Goodreads Choice Award for Best Author.
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Comments about Afterburn & Aftershock:
Where to start. Ok - be warned - Sylvia is writing for Cosmo Hot reads -this means the writers are writing novella/short story reads. This is not mean to be a series like Crossfire - though to tease you - it weaves Crossfire elements into it - which will incite and delight Crossfire Fans. Great read, well written.
Ms Day has an easy to read and engaging style of writing. Well developed plot - but the ending went abit flat for me.
It was snap, crackle then pop - of course I'm a die-hard fan who would be like the kid in Oliver - always asking Ms Day for more if I could meet here again.
A good read - along with her other short-story compilations with other writers such as Maya Banks and Karin Tabke.
Series: Cosmo Red Hot Reads from Harlequin
Number Of Pages: 288
Published: 11th March 2014