My life is perfect. I have money, power, good looks and countless women ready to do anything to get their hands on me, and my rather large package. My business brings in billions every year and my airline has the fastest airplanes in the world. In short, I have everything a man can dream of. Or so I thought until I met Estelle Klide.
The second I saw her, I decided to make her mine.
Her body was sinfully sexy. She had amazing, mesmerizing indigo eyes. Her sweet scent was the epitome of temptation and evoked images of wild, animalistic sex in my mind.
I couldn’t help but fall for her – hard. Letting her slip through my fingers was not an option.
In involving myself with her, I entered waters I’d never thought I’d have to swim in. I set off on a journey filled with mystery, fear and a lot of love.
The only thing that threatened to ruin this paradise and destroy everything, was her ex-husband, who turned out to be a real monster.
Sharlyn G. Branson is happily married and mother of a lovely boy. She is addicted to coffee and dark chocolate. She believes erotic novels could save a lot of marriages and improve sexual life of many people. Branson reads various genres, but adores erotic romance. She loves to write all kinds of love stories.
When I first read the blurb for this book I was so intrigued. This was my first read by Sharlyn, and everything about this alpha billionaire sounded amazing. I truly enjoyed Sharlyn's writing style and her character development. With that being said, Between the Clouds and Stars would be an amazing read for anyone who is interested in reading a futuristic romance. I've never read anything like this. Sadly, I learned that this is not a sub-genre that really holds my interest and I was truly disappointed by that, because Sharlyn has an amazing talent for telling stories.
I am interested in seeing what else Sharlyn gives her readers, and am truly hoping that I will find another book by her to read. Just because the story was not something that I fully enjoyed, doesn’t mean it isn't worth the read, because if futuristic books was something I enjoyed this could have easily been 5 stars.