Synopsis from Goodreads
He’s used to getting what he wants… but she’s going to make him work for it.
Sebastian Knight is a closer. Be it a real estate deal or the woman of his choice, everything he wants is his for the taking.
Sexy and irresistible, a wink, a smile, or a handshake always seals the deal.
Until everything unravels around him.
After Ashley Easton’s social climbing mother married into the Knight family, Ashley knew better than to get involved with sexy, trouble making Sebastian Knight but their attraction is undeniable, their chemistry intense, and in a moment of weakness, she turns to him, a mistake that cost her her home and her family. After she was sent away, she swore she’d never come back.
Sebastian never expected to see Ashley, the one woman he’s never been able to get over, again.
When she walks back into his life at the worst possible time, more beautiful than ever, he’s ready for a second chance. She’s sassy and sexy everything he’s ever desired. And she’s back for good. Except Ashley wants nothing to do with the playboy who broke her heart. Too bad his sex appeal makes it harder and harder to keep him at arm’s length.
Sebastian Knight might have a talent for sealing the deal but this is one game he’s going to have to work to win.
Take Me Again is smoking hot and super sweet. Introducing the Knight clan who has a strong sense of sibling support but have lost some of their connection over the course of becoming adults. For Sebastian, this started when he was a rebellious teenager. Unfortunately, his rebellion cost him the only girl he ever truly loved, Ashley, while costing Ashley the only semblance of a family she had ever known.
Ashley has held a lot of resentment toward Sebastian, understandably so when the truth is revealed regarding Ashley’s departure from the home they shared to a boarding school in the UK. Her loneliness and sense of loss emanates through the pages. Although she has made a life for herself in London, Ashley hasn’t allowed herself to make a home for herself anywhere or permit other people to form a bond with her. The lack of belonging has had a profound effect on her ability to keep people at a distance.
A shocking event within the Knight family has Ashley and Sebastian in the same place at the same time for the first time in ten years. Although Ashley has remained in contact with the oldest of the Knight brothers, Ethan. It is her loyalty and love for the only person who has ever made her feel worthy of a family that she is willing to endure Sebastian’s presence.
Sebastian has embraced his playboy image for the last decade, little realising he is becoming a self-fulfilling prophecy of the very thing he never wanted to become, his father. It is Ashley’s return and the eye-opening chain of events within his family which act as a wake-up call to Sebastian.
It is Sebastian’s character development that is the true heart of Take Me Again. I loved witnessing the transformation from shallow playboy to romantic, loyal, protective, caring dreamboat. it is Ashley that is the driving force behind his transformation and the prize at the end of the journey, healing old wounds along the way for both Ashley and Sebastian.
There is a lot of detail regarding the other Knight siblings carefully crafted into Take Me Again paving the way for their individual stories. I am excited to see what the future has in store for them all 😍