Authors: Ivan Rusilko
Left on bended knee, with nothing but a ring in his hand and a gaping hole in his chest, Ivan Rusilko lost everything when Jaden Thorne said, u201cI canu2019t.u201d
Now, six months later and despite her endless attempts to reach him, finding forgiveness for Jadenu2019s indiscretion is last on his list of things to do. Dr. Ivan is married to his career now, and his professional success is taking him places heu2019s never been before. But even the glow of accomplishment canu2019t heal his devastated heart. Determined to recover, to move forward at any cost, he now finds moments of respite in distractions that leave him emotionally bankrupt. Heu2019s empty, a shadow of his former vibrant, life-loving self. On the outside, he may seem to be the man he always was. But inside, a terrible desire threatens to rip him apart and ruin him forever.
Meanwhile Jaden is haunted by the memory of the moment she saw the light wither and die in Ivanu2019s eyes. She knows it died at her hand. After months of trying to explain herself, of begging for mercy, she takes herself back to Miami, back into Ivanu2019s path, for one last chance at redemption. Can she entice him back into her arms? Convince him to give her a second chance? Sheu2019s determined to do whatever it takes to find forgivenessu2014even if all thatu2019s left is forgiving herself.
In this final book of The Winemakeru2019s Feast Trilogy, The Winemakeru2019s Dinner: Dessert, author Dr. Ivan Rusilko is writing solo, drawing freely on his own life and love experiences to craft a heartbreaking and wildly erotic tale about lost hope, desperation, contrition, andu2014if itu2019s possibleu2014the quest for a perfect ending to a real-life love story. True to its title, Dessert serves readers an indulgent, decadent last course, rich with twists, turns, and tantalizing truths.
Love is beautiful, guys like this really do exist, and the power of real romance is something we can all believe in.