After reading the previous reviews, I guess I'm in the minority. I found Sadie to be immature, selfish, self-serving & totally self-absorbed; the author used her panic attacks as an excuse to fly. Yes, she can flit around the globe teasing her fiance to come and get her (we should all have money to waste, a la Paris Hilton); why Dylan runs after her is beyond me (he lost his job because of it?!? - WTF?) Well, they did expand their sexual boundaries, but the sex scenes were just ok; the writing was rather average.
As far as I'm concerned, the story was just a backdrop for phone sex, mutual masturbation, anal sex, & a threesome, and even that wasn't very exciting.
This book was absolutely maddening and silly. It is about two immature people who are going to get married for the wrong reasons. He is boring and she is spoiled and then she gets cold feet. So she tells her groom "to come and get her" if he wants her. It started it off promising because she runs to Hawaii and he finds her, they have great sex and good communication on her hesitations. Yet as soon as he falls asleep she runs again, and again and again. Also her parents were very annoying, the father actually told the hero Dylan his daughter wouldn't be running if he was giving her O's as in orgasms- okay that is creepy. I had to fan myself during the sex scenes because they were scorchers especially in Egypt, Dylan finally took charge. I ended up skimming through the last 1/3 of the book because I thought the premise was ridiculous and immature. I gave it 2 stars because the sex was hot and maybe if I liked the heroine better the book would have been better. She didn't deserve Dylan instead of "Come and Get Me" it should have been "Run and Dump Her".
Panicking, she packs her bags in the middle of the night, and dares her sexually repressed lover to come and get her.
Dylan will be damned if he's going to lose Sadie so easily. Leaving behind his inhibitions, he pursues her, a sexually hungry and desperate man prepared to do anything to seduce his woman, once and for all.