Candice gave him her virginity and her heart.
Gaspar Bosanquet gave her a promise and a pile of cash.
Then he disappeared.
Adrift in Golegã with dwindling resources, an erratic new friend, and the growing suspicion that her trust was terribly misplaced, Candice fears she did indeed sell her innocence.
Desperate, and dogged by the massive dark stranger who watches her every move, her only option is to flee.
In Lisbon, reunited with friends Jasmine and Nico, Candice teaches English by day and dreams of Bosanquet by night, while side-stepping the attentions of no less than four men:
Pierre, the Teflon-smooth Frenchman with a fetish for Candice’s hair.
Roberto, the angry Italian.
And cadaverous Diogo, whose rose-colored scrutiny fills her with foreboding.
Treading an emotional tightrope between faith and fear, Candice conceals her mounting anxiety behind a façade of poise and professionalism.
But her precarious existence comes to a head one fateful night when a terrifying figure from the past catches up with her.
Will Khalid’s psychotic desires come true?
Or will the Great Gaspar return and save her?
The Great Gaspar is Book 2 in The Horsemen of Golegã series. I highly recommend that you read Book 1, Bosanquet, first.
Warning: Adult content. For readers 18+ due to swearing, explicit sex, and a small amount of graphic violence.
I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.This is the second book in the series and id does not disappoint,i enjoyed it,it was well written with a good storyline and wonderful characters.Full of drama but will also have you laughing out loud at times a fantastic second book.
The first one was totally riveting - this didn't disappoint as well. The story really captivated me - funny and at the same time has adequate drama in it. No spoilers here - I would really recommend reading the first book then this one. You will be engrossed with the story up until the climactic edge. This didn't disappoint for me. Thumbs up for the author!!!!
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