Brooklyn has a past. She starts work at her dads company and meets record producer Nick.
They had great sexual tension for half the book which I loved. The story waswell written in that we are given bits of her past and slowly piece together what happened.
I asked you who you are. I dont give a fuck about who your parents are
Unfortunately the second half wasnt as good for me and I thought a few times some parts just dragged a little.
Overall I thought it wasn't as good as her other books but still a great standalone to pick up if you enjoysexual tension and a bit of past and present.