“This series grips you by the throat and refuses to let go—and you’ll be begging for more the entire time.” -- Sierra Simone, USA Today Bestselling Author
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You married a decent man.
A rock solid, arrogant war hero who knew exactly who he was and what he wanted. He wanted you, and you gave yourself to him.
You are his only desire--the only woman in his orbit--but the intensity of that desire is turning dangerous.
Love may be the death of both of you.
NY Times Bestselling author CD Reiss brings dark intensity to a couple so in love, they'll make the darkest of sacrifices to save each other.
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Excerpt:In the dark, during the fundraising video, she leaned into me, taking my hand. “What’s going on?” “Nothing.” “Caden.” My name was more than a statement. It was a comment on how well she knew the animal, and how well she loved it. If eyes could listen, hers did, gazing at me in the darkness. I couldn’t lie to her for much longer. The entire invite list was watching the video. The bar was empty. The hallway lights were dimmed. The kitchen staff moved constantly and quietly to set up the buffet. I laced my fingers in hers. She had a gold band we’d gotten out of expediency. No big sparkling rock. No sign I’d ever courted her properly before marrying her. My father always said a man didn’t skip steps if he wanted to do something once. I slid my cheek to hers and whispered in her ear, “I want to destroy you.” Her hand tightened in mine so tightly I could feel our bones. Her glands must have fired, because the apples and the perfume melded and became something so uniquely her my balls ached—but not for simple release. For something more. An agreement of ownership. Waiting wasn’t an option. Pulling her by the hand, I headed for the hallway. “Caden,” she said when we were away from the event, “slow down.” I didn’t. I couldn’t. I pulled her down the carpeted steps to the lower level, stepping over a velvet rope at the bottom. The lights were out in the hall. Three doors led to three empty event rooms. “What’s with you lately?” she asked. “Are you saying no?” “I’m asking a question.” I backed into one of the rooms and pulled her in. It was dark but for light coming from under the doorways on each side. I walked in deeper, eyes adjusting quickly enough to avoid the tables and stacks of chairs on wheeled dollies. “So am I.” I faced her. “Are you saying no?” “What are you hoping I’ll say yes to?” “I’m going to pull that dress up until I can get to these hard nipples.” I pinched them through the dress and she gasped. “Then I’ll bend you over one of these tables and fuck you so hard walking’s going to hurt. Are you saying no?” “I’m not. But I want to know what’s going on with you.” “Pull your dress up before I shred it.”
About the AuthorCD Reiss is a New York Times bestseller. She still has to chop wood and carry water, which was buried in the fine print. Her lawyer is working it out with God but in the meantime, if you call and she doesn't pick up she's at the well hauling buckets. Born in New York City, she moved to Hollywood, California to get her master's degree in screenwriting from USC. In case you want to know, that went nowhere but it did give her a big enough ego to write novels. She's frequently referred to as the Shakespeare of Smut which is flattering but hasn't ever gotten her out of chopping that cord of wood. If you meet her in person, you should call her Christine.
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Brittany’s Five Star Review
I am still reeling over that ending. It doesn’t entirely make sense in my mind, but at the same time it does. I think I’m still in too much of a shock to really grasp what it means, but I know it’ll be answered in the next book, which I need, like, yesterday.
When one of the admins on my blog told me she almost didn’t get approved for the arc of this book because the tour company said it was so dark, they needed to vet all those that applied for it so nobody got offended, I knew I had to have it. And while it was “dark” like I thought it would be (I didn’t even read the synopsis before signing up), it was still really good.
Very strange, but good. You have to come to terms with the fact that Caden is suffering from some extreme PTSD causing him to need to harm his wife to really get into the book. Because once it starts talking about this PTSD and how it’s manifested in his life, you really take a step back and ask yourself what the fuck is happening. Because it didn’t make sense when it was first mentioned. I had so many questions. But I kept on reading and slowly it started making sense and I had to keep on going.
Like I said, it’s very strange and somewhat difficult to get into, but the quicker you come to terms with what I mentioned above, the quicker you’ll be able to settle into this book and enjoy it.
I also feel that this book isn’t one you can take lightly. It’s very heavy. And I say that because it just didn’t seem like any other book I’ve ever read. I really have to think on it. I know that I enjoyed it. I know that it was strange. I also know that it was really good. But now that I’ve put it down and have taken a step back, I’m finding myself questioning things that happened. Especially the ending. I don’t know what it means, but my god I can’t wait to find out.
I feel like I’m doing a horrible job of explaining this book. Reading it was an experience in and of itself. Not that I went through a myriad of emotions, but just that it was very odd but at the same time perfectly normal. Which is exactly how I would describe Greyson and Caden as a couple.
This book isn’t for everyone. Definitely not for those that don’t like romantic suspense or any semblance of the dark in romance novels. But if you love dominant, sadistic masochists and romantic suspense, this is for you.
Lorena’s Five Star Review
Wow, this book really took me back to her original roots of the dark and the gritty. Ms. Reiss has such a beautiful way of writing her dark books that leave me at a stand still when reading them.
Caden and Greyson -- oh my god! These two were such a delight to read about. Who in their right mind would stick with someone who has such dark and sinister thoughts and who is rough as all hell! But Greyson loves Caden and will tolerate as much pain as she can. She understands him better than anyone. She's a psychiatrist, therefore she can understand what is happening to him. But she's not the right person to treat him.
I wasn't prepared for this magnificent book, but I was completely and totally invested in it. I am so thrilled to have had the chance to read this book and I can't wait to devour the whole series.
I am super excited to see where this is going and what's going to happen with Caden and Greyson. I love how twisted it is and I know Ms. Reiss will not DISAPPOINT!!
This book deserves and gets all the five stars it possibly can.