Cruel. Coldblooded. Hades in a Brioni suit.
Cillian Fitzpatrick has been dubbed every wicked thing on planet earth.
To the media, he is The Villain.
To me, he is the man who (reluctantly) saved my life.
Now I need him to do me another, small solid.
Bail me out of the mess my husband got me into.
What’s a hundred grand to one of the wealthiest men in America, anyway?
Only Cillian doesn’t hand out free favors.
The price for the money, it turns out, is my freedom.
Now I’m the eldest Fitzpatrick brother’s little toy.
To play, to mold, to break.
Too bad Cillian forgot one, tiny detail.
Persephone wasn’t only the goddess of spring; she was also the queen of death.
He thinks I’ll buckle under the weight of his mind games.

He is about to find out the most lethal poison is also the sweetest. 

DNF......I got about four chapters in before I HAD to stop. The male protagonist is way too cold, dismissive, and detached. Really he is just too much of an ass to like. I thought the female may actually have promise. I don't know I couldn't be bothered to keep reading to find out.

I liked LJ's writing in the beginning but enough is enough. I cannot deal with the same thing just in a different book. I am going to take a break from reading her books for a while. She needs to come up with something fresh, not just change the names and the situation slightly and call it a day.