Blog Tour: Outside the Box by Rochelle Paige

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Title: Outside the Box (Blythe College, #3)

Author: Rochelle Paige

Publication Date: July 22, 2014


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Aubrey earned her love ‘em and leave ‘em reputation with her serial dating past. A pregnancy scare makes her see the light and change her ways. She gets serious about school and stops dating – until she meets Luka and falls head over heels for him.

Luka doesn’t trust easily after having his heart crushed by the girl next door. When he meets Aubrey, he doesn’t think she’s relationship material because of her past – even though he’s drawn to her.

What happens when the girl who always ran the moment a relationship got serious meets The One? Will Aubrey be able to get Luka to see her Outside the Box he’s put her in?


Mary’s 4 Star Review

Where is this Blythe College and how can I get in?  After reading the first two books in the series and now the third book Outside The Box I feel like I truly missed out on my true College experience.  This book was everything you could expect from a Rochelle Paige book.  A pure alpha male, strong determined heroine, and a whole bunch of laughter and good times in between.  If you weren’t a fan of hockey you might be now.  Luka the Russian in descent male lead was the star player for Blythe College and one you can’t help but notice.   You are bound to fall hard and fast for him.  I sure did!


Aubrey is not the relationship type.  She’s earned a reputation for playing the field.   When she has a minor scare she realizes she needs to focus on school.  The time for Aubrey to grow up and be an adult.  She seems to be happy and she always will have her best friend Lexy to turn to in bad times.  When she needs a tutor she expects a geeky nerd, not Luka the super attractive hockey stud.  Luka has literally just got out of a long relationship.  Long as in five years.  His ex decided to sample the merchandise and when I say merchandise I mean other guys.  Luka is turned off from relationships as well.   Aubrey and Luka are completely attracted to each other.  It becomes difficult for the both of them to concentrate on the prize.  Graduation is just around the corner.  When they decide to give one another a try at dating it quickly becomes evident that they are more than student and tutor.  Will Aubrey and Luka be able to trust one another and forget their pasts?  Or will Luka just be one of many that Aubrey let’s loose?  Can their draw and connection be enough to make it last?


Luka certainly proved to be the man who Aubrey needed.  Someone who definitely understood her feelings and insecurities.  Both about to move to the next stage of their lives.  A scary yet exhilarating time for them both.  It didn’t hurt either that Luka whispered sweet nothings to Aubrey in Russian.  We should all be so lucky.  


There is some conflict, but it led to some very beautiful declarations.  These two met each other at the perfect time.  When it’s right. it’s right!  There were no two people who could compare.  If you are missing some others from the series they pair nicely along with Aubrey and Luka, with a few surprises too.  


If you are a fan of the strong alpha male, and a sweet love story, then you absolutely should be reading this one.  As always I look forward to reading more from Rochelle and this series.




“Oomph,” I grunted into a hard chest as warm hands grasped my arms to steady me. I took a deep breath and a woodsy scent that was somehow both spicy and a little bit sweet hit my nose. I didn’t think I’d ever met a guy who smelled this good before.
“You okay?” a deep voice murmured.
“Yes,” I whispered as I looked up into green eyes, my hands resting against his chest.
“Good. Wouldn’t want to start my night off by mowing down defenseless women, now would I?” he asked as I moved away.
I couldn’t help the laugh that bubbled up at that since I’m the one who ran into him. “No, we certainly wouldn’t,” I said as I stepped into the elevator.
I watched his ass, lovingly hugged by his jeans, as he walked away with a couple of guys I hadn’t even noticed. And just like that, my libido jumped back to life. Holy fucking shit.


Blythe College series

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Push the Envelope (Blythe College, #1)

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Hit the Wall (Blythe College, #2)

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Summer Nights (Blythe College, #2.5)

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Outside the Box (Blythe College, #3)

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About the Author


I absolutely adore reading – always have and always will. My friends growing up used to tease me when I would trail after them, trying to read and walk at the same time. If I have downtime, odds are you will find me reading or writing.

I am the mother of two wonderful sons who have inspired me to chase my dream of being an author. I want them to learn from me that you can live your dream as long as you are willing to work for it.

When I told my mom that my new year’s resolution was to self-publish a book in 2013, she pretty much told me “About time!”


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Review: Statistic by Dawn Robertson

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Title: Statistic

Author: Dawn Robertson

Publication Date: July 28, 2014




Attempted Murder.
Aurora Alexander is everything headlines are made of.

Newly divorced single mother Aurora Alexander is trying to move on with her life.
After a string of unsuccessful blind dates, she turns to internet dating.
Everyone does it, so it has to be safe. Right?



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Christina’s 4 Star Review

Aurora is divorced, single mom to her four-year-old son, and looking to get back into the dating world. Her friends have convinced her to give online dating a try, and when she gets some interest from men after just a day on the site, she goes all in. At first she limits her dates, but as interest in her picks up, she finds herself dating more and more. She narrows down the field to a couple of suitors, but after spending time with some of them, she is able to put them into the categories of friends, friends with benefits, and relationship material.

There are four men in particular that Aurora has become interested in. The first, Brent, is a single father and everything you could want in a mate. Gainfully employed, tall, dark and handsome. But what secrets is he hiding? Can he really be too good to be true?

Then there is Wesley. Well, he’s just sex on two legs, not really relationship material, but certainly handy to keep around for a good time.

Then Jeremy. He’s Jackson’s younger brother (you’ll meet him next). All around nice guy, but Aurora just has trouble meeting up with him. He seems to be a really nice guy, but is that enough when there are all of these other guys available that are far more accessible?

The last is Jackson. He is a law enforcement officer, and while he does not have kids of his own, he loves Aurora’s son and is looking forward to a future of settling down. He seems to be absolutely perfect, but things aren’t always what they seem. However once Jackson’s life is on the line, Aurora comes to a decision that will change her life. 

When Aurora finds that she has nearly become addicted to the attention she garners on the dating site, she leaves herself even more vulnerable. Statistic helps to point out the pitfalls of the online dating world, and how no matter how much someone can tell you about themselves, the shield of anonymity the Internet provides can be the difference between life and death. In a case like Aurora, a single mom that has been out of the dating pool for quite some time, and just a bit naïve to start with, Internet dating might have far more dire consequences than it does for others.

Statistic is a slightly dark read and likely not for everyone. There was certainly a lot of mystery and intrigue as the story starts to heat up, but the transition of the POVs from Aurora to the unknown male that is stalking her is a little clunky. The snippets from “his” POV are so brief that they almost seem out of place. I understand what the author was trying to do, but the way in which they are written didn’t work for me. That’s not to say I didn’t like the story, because I did, it is certainly a four star read. The story will definitely keep you on the edge of your seat and the ending…well, let’s just say, you’ll never see that coming. I did have a little bit of trouble connecting with the characters, I never really felt either way about them, either love or hate, they just seemed to kind of exist. The storyline was riveting, but I would have preferred to see the characters a little more fleshed out. 

This is the first book I have read by Ms. Robertson (yes, I know, I’m a bit late to the party) and certainly won’t be the last!




What makes a person tick? Is it the way they are raised? Perhaps it is a genetic predisposition. Our DNA coded from the moment of conception to write out the entire way our life will play out. Of course some things will be left to chance; fate better yet. But I can tell you from personal experience, some people are just born bad.

I always did my best, despite having the genetic odds stacked against me. Saying I didn’t win the parental lottery would have been one of the understatements of the century. Yet, I was always able to skate by in life. Trying not to become a statistic. Little did I know other people would take my choices away from me.

I guess most of my problems started when I got married. I was such a naïve twenty year old. I thought the world was all sunshine and roses. He was my world, my reason for living. That was until he lost interest in me. A high risk pregnancy, bed rest, sex restrictions, and a colicky baby will kill intimacy for anyone. Breastfeeding isn’t sexy. Neither are the stretch marks Liam left me with. I didn’t care, and I still don’t. But he did, and that is why I caught him in bed with my eighteen year old babysitter when my son was barely three.

I know, my life is starting to sound like a soap opera. I wish these were the darkest days. Back then, I thought they were. I thought going through a divorce with a four year old son was the end of the world. Ha. I wish I would have known what my future would hold. What damage could be done at the hands of a stranger I thought I knew.

Does anyone truly ever know another person? My answer to that question would be no. Even the most open and honest people have dark secrets. Shit they would never reveal to anyone. You know you have those type of secrets, we all do. Hell, I do. I typically would never tell anyone. Except since the world knows most of them now, it is my turn to tell my own story.

The true story of Aurora Alexander. The real dangers of picking up strange men on the internet under the guise of dating, and new beginnings. It all began as a game. A way to spread my wings, and learn the dating game after being out of it for a decade. It ended in a violent attempt on my life.

I am a fighter. I have lived to tell my story. No one can silence me. Not even him.


About the Author


Dawn Robertson is a two time best selling, twenty-something indie author, and mother. She lives in sunny senior citizen packed Florida, where she wrangles her flock of kids and writes smut.

Dawn can normally be found swearing like a sailor, making late night drive-thru appearances, arguing with her kids (or being run over by their power wheels), reading a steamy romance while hiding in her bathroom, writing her little heart out on her laptop (or dragging her Macbook to the Genius bar praying they can save her latest work in progress), shopping for My Little Pony goodies, being the life of the party at a book signing, or sipping on a smoothie. She loves to hear from her fans, readers, and authors alike. Feel free to drop her a message.

Dawn rarely takes life seriously, so be sure to expect heavy sarcasm from her. She is also the life of the party, so be sure to meet up with her at one of the many author events she will be attending in the next couple months. Buy her a shot of whiskey, and she will love you for life.

Review: Big Sky by Kitty Thomas


Title: Big Sky

Author: Kitty Thomas

Publication Date: September 22, 2012



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Veronica Cason lives in a small apartment with no clear view of the sky. It’s uncertain which might crush her first: her debt or the buildings squeezed in so tight that they surround her like ominous sentinels. She can’t breathe in the city. Her success is a lie, and her debt is coming to collect her—unless someone else gets there first.

When a stranger offers her a job at a ranch, it feels like salvation, but it could also mean her death if his motives aren’t pure. Which door has the tiger behind it? The claustrophobia of the city or ranch life under an open sky?


Guest Review – 4.5 Stars

It’s taken me awhile to begin writing this review. Quite frankly, I didn’t know where and how to start. I thought it was difficult getting through teenage sex in Mutual Response. Well that was a f#cking (no pun intended – or was it?) stroll through the park compared to the content of Big Sky. But even though I felt squeamish, disgusted, and repulsed by many events and thought processes of the main character, I was titillated and compelled to continue reading. This was the first book I read by Kitty Thomas, and it won’t be my last. However, for some people this will be a book that once things become out of the ordinary and bizarre, it won’t be picked up again. Don’t let the sweet and innocent cover fool you – like it did me…..

Thomas begins Big Sky as a typical trials-and-tribulations situation – Veronica lives in NYC, working in corporate America making over six-figures. However she lives above her means, with debt collectors calling her and no savings in the bank. She’s a strong independent woman, not wanting help from anyone: even from a man politely holding a door for her at the diner. She has few friends and no family. She literally and figuratively feels the buildings of NYC and her credit card debts closing in on her body and life, stifling and depressing her.  Her situation is complicated even further when she is let go from her job, losing her apartment with barely any money to feed herself. Ronnie is homeless. While the buildings and sky were closing in on her, the future is nonexistent. Along the way she was “running into” a man – wearing rugged tight jeans, cowboy hat, and boots. He set himself apart from the NYC crowd with his attire and good looks.  He appears in odd places – is it coincidence? He makes Veronica feel like she’s being stalked and analyzed – is she paranoid, or is her gut accurate? Turns out, The Marlboro Man approaches her and offers her a way out of her turmoil – to work on his ranch in Vermont with free living accommodations and food. Her gut tells her to not accept the offer from this stranger, and life in non-urban Vermont is unthinkable. Her brain reasons with her that he is a good looking guy and has an alluring way about him – and his offer would resolve her dire economic and living situation. As she goes back and forth with his offer, the clock runs out – and Luke “The Marlboro Man” makes the decision for her…

Veronica’s life in NYC is taken from her when Luke abducts her. Manipulation and intimidation, as well as adoration and love, begins the moment he forces her into his van. This is how the relationship between Ronnie and Luke establishes itself. Ronnie is scared of Luke one second, then doubts herself (and hates herself for it) the next when instinctually she lusts for him. Stripped of her shoes and eventually her modesty, she learns of her jobs on the farm – cleaning the house, up-keeping of household chores, tending to some outside farm duties, and cooking for Luke and his ranch hands. Luke’s twisted sexual desires and  freakish demands are what makes Veronica attempt to seek help from his ranch hands to escape. She quickly discovers that their loyalty to Luke goes bizarrely beyond following typical ranch hand duties. And this continues for the remainder of the book.

Throughout Big Sky, I felt the constant struggle Veronica was dealing with every second of her existence on the ranch:
1. On the ranch, she was treated like the cattle: Luke’s property that he could do whatever he wanted to – which was A LOT. Other times Luke was demented, believing she was his ex-wife, Trish – killed during childbirth. She was confined there, intimidated to stay where she was.
2. She was well-fed, given housing, and clothes from Luke’s deceased wife. Sexual urges she never knew existed were met – multiplied by 100. When she obeyed Luke, his attention and companionship were craved. In Vermont, the sky was big and inviting – she felt free…

If she ran away, what would she be running to? Back to NYC, homeless and found by her debtors – and alone? Or stay in Vermont, where she was acclimated to the lifestyle of someone’s property (literally), a submissive, and carbon-copy of an ex-wife? Where she’s given shelter, food, and clothes – AND her animalistic sexual needs being met?

For those who do now want to read about abduction, forced group and one-on-one sexual acts, and brainwashing, then this is NOT the book for you. Otherwise, I give this book a 4.5 – a well-written (few grammatical errors), heart-clenching, crotch-clenching, and breast-squeezing (NOT in a good way…) roller coaster ride of emotions. At times you’re screaming at the book, “Luke’s f#cking CRAZY – run and get away NOW!!!!” Other moments you’re questioning, “Maybe Luke does love Ronnie – yeah?” Also I caught myself thinking, “WTF is WRONG with you Veronica??? How can you be ok with what he’s doing to you??!!” And other times you’re crooning, “Oh mah gawd……. But that’s really hot – I think….???” You be the judge on this one….


About the Author

Kitty Thomas writes dark literary erotica that explores power dynamics and sexuality. This work is fiction and meant for an adult audience. The author does not endorse or condone any of the behavior carried out by characters in her stories.

Her work is not “erotic romance”. Often on some level it is about love and/or obsession. Often the couple in some way ends up “together”, but the work should not be expected to follow the conventions of any type of genre romance, erotic or otherwise. If you are looking for genre romance (erotic or otherwise), please read a different author. Erotic romance is “more explicit romance”. This is something different.

Inspiration for Kitty’s work comes from many sources including Story of O, Nine and a Half Weeks, and the work of Claudia D. Christian.

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Free For A Limited Time: That Man 1 By Nelle L’Amour

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In celebration of That Man being released in paperback That Man 1 e-book is being offered free for a limited Time.


Title: That Man 1

Genre: New Adult

Release Date: April 8, 2014


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There’s a new beautiful player in town…

Blake Burns, the sexy head of SIN-TV, who goes through women like some go through water. Until he meets Jennifer McCoy, his outspoken new assistant and development executive.

Newly engaged Jennifer has no idea that her devastating new boss is the man she kissed, blindfolded, in a game of Truth or Dare. That kiss, that man, that beautiful stranger she cannot forget.

Blake hasn’t been able to stop thinking about that kiss either…and he’ll do anything to win Jennifer —even if it means being a beautiful bastard and breaking all the rules.



“Kiss him, kiss him!” I heard my friends chanting in the distance.

Oh, God. What was I going to do? I couldn’t let them down or I’d never live it down. I’d come this far. Without overthinking, I blindly ran my hands over my victim’s face. His skin was soft with a fine layer of silky stubble, and his features were distinct and defined—a straight manly nose, a strong, slightly clefted chin, and above it, a set of lush, velvety lips. I lingered on his lips, tracing them with my fingertips, building up the courage to touch down on them with my own. 

“I hope you don’t mind, but I’m playing a game of Truth or Dare, and I have to kiss you.” God, how ridiculous I must sound and look with my blindfold.

I took my victim’s silence as a sign he was willing to play along. Okay, here goes. Clutching his angular jaw between my hands, I bent down to kiss him. But before I could latch my lips onto his, he rose and, in one swift move, crashed his lips onto mine.

Oh. My. God. A heat wave shot through me. It was one of those kisses like in a movie. Fierce, delicious, passionate. Opened mouth and oh so consuming. And he tasted divine—the sweet taste of champagne lacing his breath. He bit my upper lip, forcing me to part my lips, and plunged his warm, velvety tongue inside my mouth. His tongue instantly found mine and they entwined, dancing like they’d been together forever. He tugged hard on my ponytail, yanking back my head, and coiled it around his hand, tearing at my roots. The delicious pain mixed with the delicious pleasure of his kiss, sending a rush of erotic sensations through me. Every nerve ending was a sparking little fuse. My breathing grew shallow. Already lightheaded, I was now borderline delirious. I’d never been kissed by a man like this before. I didn’t want him to stop. What was wrong with me? I’d just gotten engaged.

In the background, I could vaguely hear my friends cheering and whistling. “Go, girl!” For sure, head cheerleader Chaz.

My inner voice told me to stop, but no matter how much I willed it, I couldn’t get my lips to part from his. In fact, I deepened the kiss, pulling him closer to me by the collar of his shirt. The material felt expensive, like the gazillion thread Egyptian cotton kind. Everything about this man tasted and felt divine. He squeezed my ponytail tighter. I moaned into his mouth and he moaned back. God, the throaty sound of him was sexy!

And then suddenly, as fast as he had plunged his tongue into my mouth, he withdrew it. In tandem, he let go of my hair. I gasped, desperate for more.

“Wait!” I cried out, my hands grappling for him. Instead of finding him, I found myself knocking over a chilled glass. My heightened sense of smell told me it was his champagne.

“I’m sorry,” I croaked, struggling to tear off the tight, blinding tie. “I’ll buy you another glass.” Finally, I undid the tie. I blinked once. He was gone, and I was painfully all alone. Where did he go? My eyes frantically searched the pulsating crowd, darting left and right, but he was nowhere to be found. Even if he was facing me somewhere, staring into my eyes, I wouldn’t know it because I didn’t know what he looked like.

My friends were now all standing and applauding me. I’d lived up to the dare. Kissed a strange man on the lips, Oh those lips!

 Dazed, I staggered back to the group and dared not tell them how much I’d enjoyed it. And wanted more.



About The Author



Nelle L’Amour is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author who lives in Los Angeles with her Prince Charming-ish husband, twin teenage princesses, and a bevy of royal pain-in-the-butt pets. A former executive in the entertainment and toy industries with a prestigious Humanitus Award to her credit, she gave up playing with Barbies a long time ago but still enjoys playing with toys with her husband. While she writes in her PJs, she loves to get dressed up and pretend she’s Hollywood royalty.

Her books include the highly rated Seduced by the Park Avenue Billionaire Boxed Set, Undying Love, Gloria’s SecretGloria’s Revenge and the That Man trilogy. Gloria’s Forever, a novella, will be published in Spring 2014.

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Blog Tour: Mr. X by Clarissa Wild

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Title: Mr. X

Author: Clarissa Wild

Publication Date: July 21, 2014

Genre: Dark Romance






He’s come to kill me.

I’m a user and abuser of my own body. In my darkest hour I sold my soul to the devil and now I must pay the price. With his gun to my head I have no choice but to listen and obey, but I refuse to go down easily. Nothing is stronger than the will to survive. My instincts kicked into full gear the second he stepped into my motel room.

Except when I look at him I see my own heart staring back at me. A history tainted by blood.

I don’t know his name, but I know he wants me. To save myself I’ll sacrifice my sanity. My body. My soul. Something tells me the x-shaped scar that marks his eye is the only escape I have. He is Mr. X: the man who comes to claim my life. Can I save myself before he demands my heart?

WARNING: This book contains very disturbing situations, dubious consent, breath deprivation, strong language, drugs and alcohol, and graphic violence.



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She clenches her teeth. “You can’t keep me here …”

“Watch me.” I lean against the wall, picking up a lighter and a pack of cigarettes. I’ve been dying for a smoke ever since I found her in that room.

“And then what? Is this supposed to scare me?” she says, her hand fisted like she’s trying to resist, even though there is no way out of this.

I smile and put down the lighter. “If you think I am doing all this just to scare you, you’re mistaken.”

“Then what is the reason, huh? Why are you keeping me prisoner?” She fights the tears in her eyes. I can’t help feel a little overcome with the urge to grab her and kiss her to take away all the hurt. However, I can’t. The past cannot be erased. What we are is set in stone and nothing can chafe away the rugged surface of our souls. I’d be a liar if I said it doesn’t pain me to see her hurt, but I like pain. I live for it. I was reborn in it.

I don’t fear it. On the contrary, I survive on it. Pain is a means to an end and her pain is my end. If she stops feeling pain, then so do I, and that would mean the end.

It’s too soon.

I need her pain to feel alive. And so, I will continue to make her answer for her sins.

“A man must do what a man must do,” I say.

“A man? How can you call yourself a man? You’re a monster.” The look in her eyes, so in awe of my wickedness, is exhilarating.

I smile. “Thank you.”

Her jaw drops, a brow rises, and she snarls. It’s amusing to see the mixed emotions scatter on her face. “Are you insane? Why are you thanking me?”

“Because I’d rather be a monster than a man in your eyes. Being a monster beats being a wretched human being. You’ve freed me of the burden of having to act sane. So yes, you could say that I am insane.”

She just stares at me, her mouth open, but in complete silence, like she’s at a loss for words.

“Believe me when I say you are better off with me than out there,” I say.

“You’re mad! You wanted to kill me, and now you say I’ll be safe with you?” she scoffs.

“I never said you’ll be safe with me. I can get quite dangerous …” A smile quirks up my face.

She shivers. Clutching her body, she stampedes toward me. “Let me out.”

I grab both her arms, squeezing tight as I hold her back and look down at her. “You don’t want to do that.”

“I want anything but staying here with you.” She tries to jerk free, but I keep her close, forcing her to listen. She cannot leave me, because I won’t allow it, but I’ll give her a good reason as well.

“Do you think I am the worst thing that could overcome you?” I lean forward and whisper into her ear. “There is more evil out there than you think.”

Her breath comes in short gasps, her tits pushing up against me as her chest rises. Courage is making place for fear again, I can feel it on her skin. It’s riveting. She fights me, her arms locking with mine as she attempts to free herself from my grasp, but I twist her in my arms and keep her hands behind her back. Her ass is bumping against my cock, straining it to the limit. God, I love it when she struggles.

I never stopped loving it.

“Do you think I’m the only one who came for you, huh?” I whisper in her ear. “That I’m the only one who wants you dead?”

She shakes her head, and I can feel her heart thrumming through her chest.

“Did you see those men that were following us? Can you guess what they wanted?”


I smirk. “Great deduction. Now, there is a difference between them and me; can you tell me what it is?”

It’s quiet for a few seconds. I guess she really hasn’t figured it out yet.

“They want your head. I want your body.”

She swallows, and it turns me on so much I want to rip off her clothes right now and do her against the door. But I don’t. Taking her would be so easy, it would take all the fun out of it. I want her to offer herself to me willingly. I want to see the regret in her eyes afterwards when she realizes she gave her body to the devil.

“But …. I don’t understand. I thought you wanted me dead?”

“I did. Now I want more.”

She gasps. “Why? What changed?”

“I did.”

About Clarissa Wild

Clarissa Wild

Clarissa Wild is the USA Today Bestselling author of FIERCE, a college romance series. She is also a writer of erotic romance such as the Blissful Series, The Billionaire’s Bet series, the Doing It Series and the Enflamed Series. She is an avid reader and writer of sexy stories about hot men and feisty women. Her other loves include her furry cat friend and learning about different cultures. In her free time she enjoys watching all sorts of movies, reading tons of books and cooking her favorite meals.

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