Love Lost, Love UnExpected,Love UnCharted (Love’s Improbable Possibility Series) – Love Belvin
Rayna Brimm, hailing from an inner-city in New Jersey, survives a series of betrayal and loss only to forge forward in self-preservation and obtain an education in North Carolina. After receiving her degree, vowing never return home, she finds herself in California where she tries to build a self-contained life. She made a personal declaration to get through life without further dependence on others in order to avoid yet another heartbreak. Only, fate said otherwise.
Enter Azmir Jacobs, a tall, dark, handsome and very wealthy man, who has street credibility and executive power in the corporate world. Azmir has money, power and beautiful women at his beck and call, but only one woman has caught his eye. The resilient Rayna Brimm, a woman whose dysfunctional upbringing contributes towards her tough skin, issues with trust and a deep-seated fear to love, turns out to be more than he bargained for when he discovered her in his boardroom presenting a leasing proposal.
Rayna isn’t the only one with a checkered past. Can Azmir conceal his convoluted life long enough to prove that he can provide Rayna the stable and reliable love that she clearly needs and deserves? Or will his lofty lifestyle and endless resources scare her away?
Just when you thought you’d begun the read of an urban novel, you turn the pages and find this is by no means an urban novel, but the journey of a classic love tale and a story of redemption instead. The Love’s Improbable Possibility series is a slow weaving journey of love. Be prepared to progress into the world of Rayna Brimm. A story of love’s redemption.
Typically I was very forward with my sexuality, only reserving emotional expressions—what little were conjured. But with Azmir there was something dangerously magnetic about his presence, something that screamed caution at every turn. The more I erred on the side of caution, the more I wanted to eat from the forbidden tree. There was such a compelling duality in those forces at war between us. When we were apart, I refueled on strength to resist him and held onto my guards, but when I was with him I lost all self-will and relished in relinquishing it all to him. What is it about this man that has me abandoning my will to preserve myself?!