Two strangers in Paris ...
One passionate, earth-shattering kiss.
He was the artist upstairs
with the tantalizing smile and laughing eyes.
He was the devil inviting me to sin,
seducing me to dance in the bright moonlight.
He was desire and need.
When he touched me, my body sang.
My soul came alive.
But I belonged to another man,
and he didn't want to let me go.
3.5 out of 5 stars
I didn't end up loving <b>Love Me in the Dark</b>, but I did enjoy pieces of it.
Valentina was just a boring character... which made sense since she married a wealthy man early in her life and didn't have to work. Her days revolved around her terrible husband and she never got the opportunity to discover other things in the world.
When she ends up in Paris alone, her eyes start opening up... and then she meets another man. Sébastien.
It's a little frustrating that she finds another man to help her discover herself... But I didn't mind too much because Sébastien was a sexy character.
If you can't handle cheating in any form, stay away from this book. If you can stomach that and also take in a weak female trying to find her purpose in life, maybe you'd enjoy this more than I did.