Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Blog Tour: Review and Giveaway for The Mistress by Tiffany Reisz

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The final book in The Original Sinners Series - The Red Years.

There's punishment-and then there's vengeance.

Nora Sutherlin is being held, bound and naked. Under different circumstances, she would enjoy the situation immensely, but her captor isn't interested in play. Or pity.

As the reality of her impending peril unfolds, Nora becomes Scheherazade, buying each hour of her life with stories-sensual tales of Søren, Kingsley and Wesley, each of whom has tempted and tested and tortured her in his own way. This, Nora realizes, is her life: nothing so simple, so vanilla, as a mere love triangle for her. It's a knot in a silken cord, a tangled mass of longings of the body and the heart and the mind. And it may unravel at any moment.

But in Nora's world, no one is ever truly powerless-a cadre of her friends, protectors and lovers stands ready to do anything to save her, even when the only certainty seems to be sacrifice and heartbreak....

Alexis and Angela say:

Let me start with a warning: This is book four in a series. This is my review of book four, and I’m being very careful not to give any spoilers of book FOUR, but I make no promises of not giving spoilers of the previous three books. In fact, I guarantee to spoil the hell of them. I’m sorry for that in advance. If you haven’t read the previous novels: “The Siren”, “The Angel”, and “The Prince”... I’m not even sure why you are reading this, and not out buying them on Amazon and reading right now. Now, it is time to move on to the review.

There are few books or in this case series, that have left me reeling. I read The Siren shortly after discovering the erotica genre. I have to say it pretty much pushed every limit of comfort I had. I kind of hated it. But I found myself thinking of it constantly. I couldn’t put the characters out of my mind. I was disturbed. I loved them, I hated them, I wanted to find out what happened to them. I swore I would NOT read the next book. I think that lasted about a week before my tortured mind bought The Angel on Amazon and devoured it. THAT was my first experience with male/male erotica/romance. I swore I hated it as well. But again, I thought about it, loved it, hated it, couldn’t get the characters out of my mind. To date, the couple in this story is one of my all time favorite couples. Book three blows your mind with revelations that you never see coming! Why am I telling you all of this when I am supposed to be reviewing The Mistress? I have no clue my mind is all over the place, that is what Tiffany Reisz does to you. She fills your mind with this world of BDSM erotica, and a love story so overwhelming, that it will blow your mind.

The Mistress was so highly anticipated by me, that I was practically shaking when I found out I was getting an advanced copy to review. For years, I have been wondering if Nora will decide to stay with her beloved Priest, or explore a relationship with Wes, her young assistant. Was my question answered to my satisfaction?

The beginning of The Mistress finds Nora held captive by someone with an old grudge against Soren and Kingsley. Many people from the past come to aid them in their quest to find and save Nora as her captor forces her to tell stories to keep them “entertained”. It was so much fun to see and hear from so many of the characters from the past. Some from past books, and some from short stories featured on Tiffany’s website.

There aren’t a LOT of details I can go into without giving away spoilers, but I will say that I got *almost* everything I wanted in this book!

This series by far is my all-time favorite series ever!  I bow at Miss Reisz's feet for giving us, the readers, the absolute three most beautiful love stories of all time. When Angela told me she had signed us up for this tour, not only did I scream, but I wanted to give her an actual virtual hug and kiss.  I had been anxiously waiting for this book to come out to the point that I had a mental countdown-don't judge! The sad part is that I don't know how I could even give this book the justice it deserves. I always thought that Tiffany (or Miss Tiff) hit her highest mark with "The Angel" but I was sorely mistaken. This book took me on the best emotional journey a book has ever taken me on.  The journey included countless texts and messages to Angela along with hyperventilation, tears of joy and sadness, as well as the feeling of completeness.

Like Angela said above, "The Mistress" begins right where the "The Prince" ends.  This book was written a bit different from the others.  You were able to read everyone's point of views except for Soren's.  But, through everyone's points of views you were able to learn more about Soren through his actions and how the others viewed him   I have to admit, I have always loved Soren, even in "The Siren". I truly believe this book is Tiffany's ode to him.  You find out that he has a quirky sense of humor, he is a romantic in an unconventional sort of way (how else can a Priest be romantic), and would face death for the two people he loves the most. I also loved how much Wes had grown from "The Prince" until this book.  I was never a Wes fan, so that is a huge step for me.

Alexis is so right! I want to add that these relationships build and grow so much from the first book to the last... I know Alexis mentioned not caring for Wes, I have to admit, I didn’t like Kingsley. I thought he was a jealous, arrogant narcissist. Everyone kept saying “Oh, I feel sorry for him”. Me, not so much. But by the end of this book, I kind of loved him. Soren, What can I say about Soren? He was so hard and unyielding in “The Siren”. You were just terrified of him. By “The Angel”, when Nora described him, you start to see a different side of him. In “The Mistress”, you really see Soren as a different person. But not to everyone else. Just to Nora. You see Nora’s Soren. I won’t mention how many times I cried over this relationship in “The Mistress”.

When Nora describes her relationship and is telling her stories, she is really saying “look at this...this is my life...this is who *I* am”. I think it speaks of tolerance of the BDSM/ Homosexual/ménage lifestyle in a way. I really don’t know how you can read this and say it isn’t ok for them, because they are *so* happy with it.

My last side note is this, Tiffany Reisz is a master with word play and symbolism. Some religious some not. Some of it was so deep that Alexis had to point it out to me.

One thing you will need for this book is a reading buddy! You will need emotional support. If you don’t have one, email me and I’ll be there for you. If I could give it more I would, but since I can’t, I’ll stick with FIVE STARS!!


Nora was also fantastic in this book. She is the type of girl who does not take shit from anyone, even people who are out to hurt her.  Nora has got to be one of the sassiest heroines I have ever read, ever.  I loved the way she taunted MarieLaure, with her stories and wittiness. Kingsley is the one character I have a soft spot for.  I am one of “those” people who do feel sorry for him. But, in this book, he does find true happiness in more than one way.  Everything else Angela said above I completely agree with 100%.  I cannot imagine Nora and Soren’s lifestyle without the BDSM/ménage aspect nor do I want to. 

I have to say that Tiffany really knows how to deliver an ending.  At first, I was like, “wait, what?”, then I calmed down and thought about it and realized the beauty in it. I wish that this wasn’t the end, but we all have to say good-bye at some point.  I am now sitting on pins and needles waiting for the prequel “The Priest”.   

This book is definitely a 5++ star read for me.

If you haven’t read any of these books, stop what you are reading and pick up “The Siren” today.  I promise you will not be disappointed.

Quotes we loved:

“Look, in my world slut is a term of endearment. Why do I have to keep explaining this to people? You’re going to have to find a new name if you want to actually hurt my feelings”

“You know who never told me how to live my life? Soren. He asked me to obey him, not to change for him.”

“Why do you love me so much, you stupid man?”

He smiled at her.

“Because I met you.”

“If you choose Little One…I can own you. You would be my property, mine alone. 

“Of course you own me.  You always have…”

“I have to go. I have to get my Little One back.  No matter the cost.”

“I would have done the same for you”

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Tiffany Reisz lives in Lexington, Kentucky with her boyfriend (a reformed book reviewer) and two cats (one good, one evil). She graduated with a B.A. in English from Centre College in Danville, Kentucky and is making both her parents and her professors proud by writing BDSM erotica under her real name. She has five piercings, one tattoo, and has been arrested twice. 

When not under arrest, Tiffany enjoys Latin Dance, Latin Men, and Latin Verbs. She dropped out of a conservative southern seminary in order to pursue her dream of becoming a smut peddler. Johnny Depp’s aunt was her fourth grade teacher. Her first full-length novel THE SIREN was inspired by a desire to tie up actor Jason Isaacs (on paper). She hopes someday life will imitate art (in bed). 

THE SIREN was awarded the RT Reviewer's Choice Award for Best Erotic Romance 2012. 

If she couldn’t write, she would die.

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Blog Tour Review: Breaking the Rules Review

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Growing up in small town Wisconsin, Carly Turner couldn't wait to escape when she graduated high school. Now, she's living the life in New York City, even if she isn't seeing her name in lights like she used to dream about at night. She's living paycheck-to-paycheck, working behind the scenes in small theaters off Broadway. When there's an equipment malfunction the week before opening night, Carly makes a call that winds up changing everything. 

Life in the city isn't all it's cracked up to be. While she feels like she's getting closer to making the move from behind the scenes to center stage, she misses being surrounded by people who understand the quirks that come from living in a town of five thousand people. That, and the fact that he's sexy as sin, make Adam everything she feels like she's missing. 

The only problem? He's her best friend's kid brother...

Adam Sanders wants to settle down, find a good woman and start a family like he sees so many of his friends doing. But how is he supposed to meet Ms. Right when he's constantly on the road for work? When he's sent to New York to handle a repair that would typically be contracted out as a favor to his boss, he's just about to his breaking point. 

Everything changes when the stagehand sent to open the theater for him is none other than his big sister's childhood friend. The same girl he lusted after as a teenager. Could this be fate's way of showing him that he was looking in the wrong place for love? 

As Adam and Carly's friendship develops, lines will be crossed and rules will be broken. Will they be able to come out the other side without destroying everything they had back in Brooklyn?

Elle says:

Breaking the Rules is the second book in H.B. Heinzer’s Back to Brooklyn series. Where Bent (Back to Brooklyn #1) followed Julia and Micha, the second installment follows Julia’s best friend from childhood, Carly, and Julia’s brother, Adam.

Adam and Carly reunite in New York after unexpectedly crossing paths. There’s always been some level of chemistry between the two characters, but neither took the initiative to move their friendship to the next level. Carly is the “older woman” and never saw her best friend’s kid brother as being boyfriend material. Until now.

The couple has an amazing connection and strong feelings for one another, which makes for a wonderful relationship on paper. As long as they’re together, in New York, everything is perfection. Shortly after they get together, their connection begins to be tested by a number of outside influences. Adam must constantly travel for work, leaving the pair to handle the pressure and challenges of a long-distance relationship. Not to mention the guilt Carly feels for dating her best friend’s brother. She doesn’t know how Julia will react to the news, and Carly isn’t thrilled to find out.

Despite all of the obstacles Adam and Carly face, will they be able to make it work? Or will they crumble to the pressure of distance and the opinion’s of their loved ones?

If you’re looking for a smooth read that you can devour quickly, this is the book for you. I could have easily read this book in one sitting, however, I had to stop several times to do mundane tasks like laundry and eat. Ultimately, I had this book finished in a matter of hours and enjoyed every single page of it.

Even though Breaking the Rules is the second book in a series, I felt like it could also serve as a standalone novel. Julia and Micha do have a minor storyline in BtR, but their situation was summarized in such a manner that if you haven’t read Bent you can still follow the plot in Book #2 without any problems. With that being said, BtR was such an outstanding novel, you’ll be dying to read Bent just to satisfy your need for more from these characters. Both books have landed on my list of favorites!

The plot was engaging and had me hooked from the first chapter forward. The situations (long distance, dating someone who may or may not be “off limits”) were relatable and realistic. I rooted for the main characters, struggled when they hit obstacles, and blushed when reading the steamier scenes. Overall the story was extremely satisfying, and I’m sad it’s over.

If you haven’t gotten your hands on Bent or Breaking the Rules yet, you are missing out on two incredible reads! Do yourself a favor and one-click both of these fantastic novels. You will be thankful you did. 

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With the exception of three years spent in the middle of Nebraska, H.B. Heinzer has called southern Wisconsin home. During that time in Nebraska, she imagined one of her favorite authors living on the far western edge of the county, just south of the highway. At the time, becoming a novelist was a distant dream for her. Now, she is the author living in that location. Ironically, she later found out that same favorite author lives just outside the town HB lived in for the first eighteen years of her life. 

Now, HB lives in the middle of nowhere but still close enough to the city to not feel isolated. It's the perfect place to let her two kids run and explore their huge yard, teach them about the food chain as they prepare their first-ever garden and debate building a chicken coop. It's one of those dreams that is only possible thanks to the amazing opportunities that have come through writing. 

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Allie Anderson has encountered more heartache than any one person deserves to experience. She's lost her father to cancer, her brother to war, and the love of her life-Wyatt, took her most prized possession and vanished without notice. Wyatt once held Allie's heart in the palm of his hand-he crushed it.

Blake, Allie's best friend turned lover is everything she needs; he'd give her the moon if she asked for it, but there's one problem-he wants Allie entirely.How can Allie give herself to Blake when she's not sure there's a her to give away? Allie's heart is like a puzzle that's unfinished and missing pieces-it's impossible to put together.

After being MIA the last four years, Wyatt returns home. Allie's forced to make a decision on who she wants or who she believes she needs. No matter who she chooses someone will be devastated.

Allie's life begins to fall into place, her heart begins to heal, and happy is no longer a foreign emotion-until she's betrayed by the two people she trusted most.

Her heart's left shattered into a million pieces, how much pain can one person tolerate? Is her heart permanently damaged? Hearts are like broken glass; you can put it back together again, but it will never be the same.

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Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Review and Giveaway: Faith, Honor and Freedom by Shannon Callahan

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Lana Carter, a twenty-eight year old doula, longs to have a family of her own someday. Hard to do, though, when her overprotective big brother and his best friend, Weston Hoss, have done everything in their power to run off any man who comes near her. Not to mention the fact that she spends most of her time helping other couples complete their families.

After her brother dies suddenly, Weston, police detective, takes his role of protecting her with even more tenacity. Tempers flare when Lana meets Alec Dalton, and Weston’s feelings for Lana are forced to come to the surface, along with a whole lot of guilt. 

When a serial killer stalks her quiet community, Lana finds herself in the midst of the investigation. Will Weston be able to resist temptation and keep her safe? Or will his attempt at honoring her brother place her in ultimate danger?

Jenn says:

I was very fortunate to receive an ARC from the author for an honest review.  This is the 2nd book in the series in the Fighting for Freedom Series that can be read a standalone as each book has different main characters.  I have not read the first book but after reading this one, I am going to dive into it! I seriously enjoyed this book as it had plenty of suspense and some hotness named Weston Hoss.  Oh did I mention he’s a dective?  Yup Officer Hoss should be Officer Hotness!  Just by looking at the cover (which I wanted to lick) I knew that I would be loving me some Hoss!
 The story starts with Lana Carter and her duties as a birthing coach aka a doula. Her grandmother was a midwife so she knew that she always wanted to me like her.  She delivers her best friends Violet’s baby and I could tell that I would love Violet and wish she was my best friend.  She quick quitted and would do anything for her loved ones.  I loved the interaction between them!  We quickly learn that Lana’s Father and Brother are both police officers but her Brother was killed in the line of duty.  Her Brother’s best friend, Hoss, promised her brother that he would always look out for Lana so they are best friends.  When Lana starts to date the mysterious Alec, Hoss quickly gets jealous of their relationship and wants to break the promise made that he would never pursue a relationship with Lana.  Lana has had a crush on Hoss for as long as has remembered.  He was her first high school crush that broke her heart when she finds him with another girl.  She knew that he would always be a bachelor and would never be serious about a relationship. 
About the time Alec inters the scene, horrible murders start happening near Lana’s neighborhood. Hoss insists on Lana staying at his house for a couple of nights so he could keep her safe.  After a couple of drinks, Lana gets brave and decides to seduce Hoss and they have the best sex either of them has ever had.  Hoss is plagued with guilt since he promised he would not pursue her.  He tries to distant himself from her and keeps busy with the murders that have happened around the city. 
Lana is contacted by a young girl to assist her in her birth.  Little does Lana know that the girl is much younger than want she stated and that is a runaway.  This girl has had to endure more in her short life than what most go through in a lifetime.  Her parents are drug addicts and abused her.  When she wasn’t abused by her parents, their friends would rape her.  She has no one to turn to when she is pregnant.  She comes across Lana’s name through a church and decides to reach out to her.  She leaves the hospital after giving birth several weeks early.  She leaves a letter for Lana stating she wants her to raise her daughter as Lana could give her daughter more than she could.  Lana would love to raise a child but she not fit to become a mother.  She is torn in her decision to raise the baby or let her go into the foster care system.  
Lana is then terribly attacked… everything changes for Lana and Hoss.  Will her attack be what brings them together or rip them apart?  Does Lana decide that she can raise a child? What happens to the mysterious Alec…  You will have to read the book to find out!  I was so enthralled in this story and read it in one afternoon!  Its addicting and you will want to know more about Lana and Hoss… or maybe Lana and Alec??? 

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Shannon Callahan is a wife and a mother of three beautiful girls, living in a remote city in Canada. She spends her days homeschooling, and playing princesses, and her nights reading and writing romance novels.

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Blog Tour and Giveaway: Resplendent by M.J. Abraham

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Savannah Martinez and Andres Rivera have been friends since high school.
She knew him better than anyone else, and he was the only one she ever confided in.
Their friendship was the one brilliant thing they each cherished that wasn’t tarnished by outside forces that wanted them apart. 

But fate wasn’t on their side. When she gave him the chance to turn their relationship into something more, he let her go.
Heartbroken and alone, she kept her distance in more ways
than one. Now, years later, Savannah is back in town for good and Andres realizes just how empty his life has been without her.

When a secret comes to light, forcing a deeper wedge between them, Andres finds himself fighting for the only woman he has ever loved. Determined to fix the past and make things right, he will go to any length to prove to Savannah that they were meant to be together. 

Will fate give them a second chance? Or will those secrets and betrayals ruin the one last chance Andres has of being with the woman of his dreams?

Stephanie says:

I was pleasantly surprised by this book! Not only do I love the cover, but more importantly from the time I picked this book up I did not want to put it down.  I needed Savannah and Andres to have their HEA and it seemed that things were just not in their favor.  I was invested in both of them from the start. 
We meet them both in present day, but we also get to jump back to the past to see how they met and began their friendship and essentially doomed relationship.  Because we meet them in present day first, it really gives the reader a good idea of who they have become and their feelings for each other. Then we get to see it all unfold in the past.  There are ups and downs throughout the past and the present, and I believe this is what held my attention so tightly.  
Savannah was one of the few female leads that I really liked throughout the whole story.  She was kind and caring and sometimes put others first a little too much.  She made decisions that made sense. And although I don’t think she was some naïve pushover at the beginning of the book, by the end of the book she was stronger and a bit of a badass which I loved.
Andres was a hot, sexy alpha male.  He was a little bit too possessive in some ways, but it never seemed to bother Savannah, whom he adored with everything he had.  He made bad decisions. He made up for them.  Then he made more bad decisions, but for the right reasons.  Dre stole my heart from the beginning and did not let go.
As I said, this book grabbed me right away.  I was so invested in these two characters from the start.  It’s not a completely easy ride, but a very entertaining one.   There are twists and turns, most of which I did not see coming until I was right upon them. This book is definitely worth the read and quite a bit different from Dre’s sister’s story that I read in Happenstance. 

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MJ Abraham lives in bipolar weather Florida with a husband that makes her laugh and a superhero son that calls her his Princess. She has a degree in Business Administration from Nova University but finds the people in her head to be much more interesting. She is a lover of clever words, reading way past her bedtime, and zombies. She may or may not be as random as her bio.

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Review: Just Human by Kerry Heavens

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Meet Liv and Danny...

Liv loves Danny. She knows she loves him more than he loves her, so she lets him go without a fight when his parents make him move back to America. She knows she will never love anyone like she loved him, but she has to move on.

Danny loves Liv. He knows he loves her more than she loves him, because she does nothing to get him to stay, so he goes quietly when his parents leave the UK. He knows he will never love anyone like he loved her, but he has to move on.

Twelve years on, they have made a good job of pretending, they may have almost forgotten. But when they get in touch via Facebook, it seems that it is all still there. 

They quickly find that they are intensely compatible in ways they hadn’t even begun to explore before they were forced apart. 

Can they put aside their fears and give it a go? Or will deep rooted doubts and insecurities tear them apart?

Alexis says:

I am a huge sucker for second chance romances and boy did this book deliver!    I also love a book set in England, and yes I was watching “Notting Hill” while reading which made it all the better.

Liv is a 29 year old restaurant/bar owner in England who has just come out of another awful relationship.  She walks in and finds her now ex-boyfriend fooling around with someone in their own home.  A few days later, she opens up Facebook and finds a message from Danny, her first and only true love from 12 years ago.  Danny’s family was transferred back to the States 12 years prior thus ending their relationship.   Once they start messaging they both realize they are still in love with each other and have not moved on from each other. 
“I told you I had to finish something I started a long time ago… so here I am.”
I really liked Liv.  She is a bad-ass with piercings and tattoos and doesn’t care what people think of her.  She has also accomplished so much in her life at such a young age. The only thing she doesn’t have is a man that treats her the way she deserves (well except for her BFF Max). That is where Danny comes into the picture.  I loved reading his POVs throughout the book.  Danny was more of the romantic where Liv was more realistic.   Some of the things he did and said just warmed my heart.  I won’t give any of it away as I don’t want to spoil anything for the reader.
“I can see my future with you Liv, and if you feel the same way, then we have to try.”
I loved Danny and Liv together.  They both fit seamlessly into each other’s lives.  What I loved most about this book is that I felt that this relationship was much more realistic then some of the books I’ve read in the past.  The author did an amazing job conveying the love the two of them shared.  One thing I know for sure is that Kerry Heavens knows how to write a steamy sex scene.   I also want to say that I love how Facebook was used for the rekindling of their romance.  I really enjoyed how their relationship unfolded thru Facebook messages.
I must warn you, there is a cliffhanger which I was unaware of. 
All in all I really enjoyed this book.  I give it 4.25 stars!


'I am what I am,' as the song goes. 'I don't want praise, I don't want pity. I bang my own drum, some think its a noise, I think its pretty. So what if I love each sparkle and each bangle. why not see things from a different angle? Your life is a shame 'til you can shout out, I am what I am."

So here goes...I'm Kerry, I live with my family outside London. I am married to the love of my life and we have two amazing, beautiful children and a nutball Boston terrier, called Betty. 

I graduated from the Surrey Institute of Art and Design with a degree in Fashion. I realised straight away that the industry wasn't for me, so I've been creatively frustrated ever since. I have tried a bit of everything to satisfy my need for a creative outlet. Nothing keeps me happy for long. Until I discovered writing. Writing a book has always been a dream, but I had no clue where to start. Then one day, parking my car at the supermarket, Liv & Danny came to me like a thunderbolt. I don't know where they came from, but I raced home and started making them real. Now I have two books to publish and lots more ideas to work on.

I am extremely prone to crushes on boys in books...on trains, in the street, wherever. From my early infatuation with Patrick Swayze in Dirty Dancing and Tom Cruise in Cocktail, to my recent obessions with book-boyfriends like Christian Grey, Travis Maddox and Kellan Kyle, I have always been the same. For the time it takes me to read a book I have an intense love affair with the characters, sometimes they stay with me for a week, sometimes its for life. Sometimes I feel like I will need therapy to cope with the fact that they are not real and will never be mine! Even though I am devoted to my husband, I'll never change, not as long as brilliant, creative writers keep giving me deeply flawed, yet perfect men to love...

I hope, I dream, that these are the types of characters I can one day create to be obsessed over.

Monday, July 29, 2013

Blog Tour: Darkness Deserved by Jessica Spoon

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Harper Reagan has been through everything a woman could possibly go through. Losing her parents and entering foster care, only to be abused by her foster father. Running away at fifteen, she enters the world’s oldest profession to survive. And survive she did. 


If you call abuse, counted as property and tortured to no end surviving then that was what she did…survived. Her life was spared, but at what cost. Long ago Harper had died. Today, due to those decisions she made, she is left existing with no choice to do anything else. Staring the devil in the face daily for as long as she did, left its mark and pain behind for her to live with forever.

The pain of that survival scars her deeper than any physical wound she's ever received. 
Harper is finally living a better life and has a great business, friends, and a home finally her own. She will do anything to keep her past hidden, including jeopardizing her only chance at love and a truly good man.

Breccan Caldwell is everything Harper doesn't deserve. He's gorgeous, successful, caring and a true gentleman.

Can Breccan show Harper who she truly is? Or will he be pushed out by the darkness she 

allows herself to be consumed with?



“Don’t call me that! What does that even mean? I don’t want you here! We’re done! Get-” He cuts me off as he forcefully grabs me and yanks me towards him and shoves his tongue in my mouth. He is squeezing me so tight it’s nearly painful. I refuse to kiss him back. Don’t do it Harper. Don’t! Be strong! He kisses me harder and I refuse to return it. He reaches down and grabs my legs, then wraps them around his waist. What is with this guy and constantly wrapping me around him? Oh, shit. He’s gonna slam me into the wall again! He quickly drops to his knees and then lowers me forcefully to the floor. He grinds his hips into me and I feel his erection on my stomach. Oh. My. God. I know I’m not gonna be able to hold out much longer. I start to push him away. It’s the hardest thing I’ve ever done. My brain is telling me to, but my body just wants to conform to his. And the son of a bitch knows it. 

I’m pushing on his chest as hard as I can until he grabs my wrists and forces them above my head. He’s stretched out above me. And quite honestly, it’s the sexiest fucking thing I’ve ever seen. He continues to kiss me and I continue to refuse to reciprocate. He grinds his hips into me again. His mouth moves from mine and trails down my jaw to my ear where he nibbles on my earlobe. He continues down my neck until he gets to the nook where it reaches my shoulder and he bites down. Hard. God, how does that feel so good? I swear I about come in my pants from it. I can’t stop the moan that escapes my lips.
“There’s my dove.” He whispers into my ear before coming back to my mouth.

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I'm a new author. My first book will be Darkness Deserved and it will be a series.
I'm crazy and love my friends, family and booze. Yes. Booze. (Don't judge me.)

I used to never read when I was growing up. My mother always tried to get me to read and I wanted no part in it. I figured why read when it's going to be a movie. (Yes, like I said crazy.)

Well a few years ago I jumped on the Twilight band wagon. I've always loved supernatural movies and when I saw the previews I knew I wanted to see it. And see it I did. I immediately went out and bought the books and became hooked.
They came to me at a very special time in my life. 

I discovered I loved to read and found my nitch in the paranormal and romance genre. I started a book club with a cousin and all of a sudden these thoughts kept assaulting my brain.

So I wrote them down. Then, deciding that I wanted to write, I contacted some wonderfully amazing women who helped me through the process. This is the result.

I love Breccan and Harper and hope you all do as well. The book is dark and graphic. It pushes the boundaries and will make you cry, (hopefully) laugh and (hopefully) fall in love.