Bill Silverton saved Ezra Steele from his troubled past when he signed Silverton Tower over to him on his deathbed. Ezra now has the house, the business, the cars, the money and a different man in his bed every night. It’s a life he wants to cling to, so when Bill’s gorgeous son unexpectedly turns up and demands he hand everything back, his life is turned upside down in more ways than one.
A need to finally prove himself to his dead father forces Joshua to challenge Ezra but will he be able to ignore the attraction in order to be ruthless? Ezra tries to keep his enemies close by getting Joshua into his bed but as history catches up with him, he is forced to face himself. They are both running from their past, so in a battle between head and heart, Joshua and Ezra must choose what is more important – money or each other.
Ezra - to be honest I wasn't sure about him to begin with.... he did come across as someone who was so arrogant. He seemed to forget where he was before he got Silverton Company. I took a bit of dislike to him too when I first started reading, but this soon changed!
Joshua was totally naive I think, he had been away for six years travelling the world, and using his trust fund and hardly any contact with his father. When he returned back for his cousins wedding, he then found out his father has died the previous year, and to really put the icing on the cake, he was then told that his father had left his company to a third party - not Joshua..
When Joshua decides to confront the person he has decided stole his inheritance from him, he cannot believe his eyes when he realises who it is that has done so..... Ezra. Ezra is equally shocked, and at first not believing that Joshua is who he says he is.
When events start to unfold, this is when you will not be able to take your eyes off the book, as you want to see exactly what pans out.... and it is not what you would have thought either.
It has been a while since I have read a book that has kept me hooked like this one, once I started, although I disliked the MC's at first, this didn't put me off continuing, and as I have already said my dislike soon changed as events unfolded.
I look forward to seeing more from this author.