*This book was given to me in exchange for an honest review and is rated for 18+
*This review is cross-posted to Otakus and Geeks.
Daniel Hunter sees Lana Renault pass him in the streets and is immediately smitten by this beautiful, elegant, and classy Parisian woman. But Lana is Roland Reynolds; who feels more comfortable living as Lana and wearing women’s clothing without judgment. Having had painful and violent reactions in the past, Lana has resigned herself to a life of loneliness. Daniel’s gentle and romantic pursuit of her is very tempting but Lana is terrified of how Daniel may react to the truth.
This book reminds me of those old black and white romance movies with some deliciously smutty bits thrown in. At times it does fall into the trap of being too perfect but this is a book for hopeless romantics who believe in happily ever after – which I am not. But, with Ford’s writing, I almost believe it. Starting off a bit slow but touching my heart, I give this book a 3.7 out of 5.