Absolutely wonderful read!
We are introduced to Logan Hawkings who comes from old money is a successful businessman and is also the founder of a secret society, a Brotherhood. A group of men who met in college and pledged themselves and promised to be there for one another. They basically have each others backs, be it personal or business, they help each other out. During one of their meetings Logan is told about an island in the Bahamas that might be a good investment, ever the business man Logan decides to fly out and have a look.
Okay so the whole brothehood thing had me a little confused but I'll explain why closer to the end.
Then we have Brontë a down and out waitress who has a wins a trip to the island. When they get there (seperately) its obvious that the trip is a disaster. When a hurricane blows through the island and Logan and Brontë are left behind during an evacuation, they realize that they only have each other to rely on. They are immediately drawn to each other and give in to their attraction.
After a torrid few nights stranded on the island they're finally rescued. But after only a few moments Brontë realises that Logan has been lying to her. She immediately wants nothing to do with him and tries to leave. But Logan being the man that he is wont let her and she finally gives in.
As their relationship grows and becomes more intense, their insecurities start getting in the way. Logan is afraid of rejection and is also afraid that Brontë isn't being honest with him. Brontë feels unworthy and pushes him away because of it.
Their loving making is hot but you can literally feel the love even though they try to deny it. Brontë was cute but I sometimes found her giggling and constant quoting of Greek philosophers annoying. Logan was great, an alpha male of course, I wouldn't have it any other way. The secret society he'd founded was a bit juvenile though, a bunch of guys playing poker smoking cigars, sharing business advice and they can't tell anyone about it??? So minus one star for that!
But otherwise it was quite good, I enjoyed it. Logan and Brontë had their happy ending and there was even a hint of a budding relationship with two of the other characters. So I definitely want to read the next book!!!