Sex would never be enough...
Nathan Livingston has more in his life than he can handle--a high-powered job in D.C. politics, a sixteen-year-old daughter he's raising alone, and another daughter who ran away from him, whom he hasn't seen in two years.
He doesn't have anything left to invest in a real relationship. A night of hot sex with Lynn every three months is as much as he'll allow himself, and it doesn't matter that it never feels like enough.
Lynn shouldn't be involved with someone as high-profile as Nathan, since it could negatively affect her successful web magazine, but she just can't resist their nights together.
Then his complicated personal life catches up to their no-strings-attached affair, and they both find out everything they're missing
Missing is such an intense book, encompassing more than the romance between the main characters but also with regards to everyone around them. The writing was flawless, the set up was done in a manner that it could really have happened in real life. The developing relationship between Nathan and Lynn displays a maturity that you don't often encounter. There was definite heat and passion but they had mutual respect and a give and take with each other that was refreshing to read. A story that's passionate and real, an excellent reading for contemporary romance fans.
Author: Noelle Adams
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Published: August 19, 2013 (Kindle ed)
Rating: ♨♨♨♨ 4 of 5 (Intense, engaging with characters that you can relate to, romance and sexuality abound)