Gray by Measha Stone
In life, my only pleasure is collecting rare, beautiful things.
Nothing, and no one, is more exquisitely beautiful than her.
When she plays the violin, I can feel her fingers along my skin.
I ache to hear her sweet pleas as I show her what it means to be owned by me.
And I will own her… body and soul.
I have savored watching her from afar, knowing that soon, she would be mine.
Bound. Breathless. Vulnerable.
She will be under my complete control.
Tonight, I will emerge from the shadows to finally claim her.
My soul is already damned, I want to taste heaven before I descend to hell.
4 Heart Review by Lorena
This is a story about a man who likes BDSM and he likes it hardcore. Every woman he has brought to his house has not satisfied his urges until he sets his sights on a particular woman, a woman who plays the violin for that matter and something about her captivates him.
When she is in his clutches, he shows her what pain really is, what he is capable of doing, until he finds himself letting her go she fights him because she has fallen for him and doesn't want to leave. She wishes he would feel the same for her, and deep down she knows he does, but he's afraid of love, he thinks he's a monster, but she is the only one who has seen him with different eyes.
Can they make things work or will they forever be apart? Will he ever realize that she's the one good thing in his life and the one who can satisfy his urges as much as hers?
Gray was a very good, short -- to the point story that will have you wrapped up all around from beginning to end.
About the Author
Measha Stone is a USA Today bestselling romance author with a deep love for romantic stories, specifically those involving the darker side of romance, all the possessive dominant heroes, and their feisty heroines. If you love a well deserved happily ever after, you will love her books.
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