Aria

Aria

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by Cassidy Ryan
     
 

She would move heaven and earth for one night in his bed.

Both Aria and Grayson have their secrets to keep, secrets that make it impossible for them to be together. But their feelings for each other are too strong to be denied, so, regardless of the consequences, they give in to their desires for just one night.

However, when Aria discovers

Overview

She would move heaven and earth for one night in his bed.

Both Aria and Grayson have their secrets to keep, secrets that make it impossible for them to be together. But their feelings for each other are too strong to be denied, so, regardless of the consequences, they give in to their desires for just one night.

However, when Aria discovers Grayson's secret, she will risk everything to give him the life he deserves, and herself the life she desperately wants.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780857153401
Publisher:
Totally Entwined Group Ltd
Publication date:
11/15/2010
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
29
File size:
264 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

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Light as a whisper, the blood red fabric of the gown moulded to the curves of her breasts and hips, swirling out into a full, ankle-length skirt that brushed against her legs like a lover’s caress with every move she made. Hair the colour of obsidian, piled on top of her head and secured by a single feathered barrette, was a stark contrast to skin so pale as to be almost luminous. She lifted her eyes to meet their reflection in the mirror, grey as the sky before a storm, and dread slowly unfurled in her stomach, like a lazy snake unsure whether or not it could be bothered to strike.

“.”

She turned at the sound of her name, a hitch in her breath as the snake’s forked tongue hissed a warning. “Michael.” Resentment at his presence tightened her chest; guilt turned the screw. She lowered her eyes, not quite able to meet his.

“I know you’ve been expecting me, , and I know you don’t want me here.” Michael stepped out of the shadows. There was no rebuke in his voice, and his eyes—so like ’s own—held real regret.

“Michael…” It was a plea, an entreaty for understanding and compassion.

“It’s time to come home, . I can’t go on covering for you.” His expression held the understanding she sought, but there was also resolve. Her time was running out fast.

“Has my absence been discovered?” Panic clutched at her and she laid a hand over her heart, as if to prevent it from breaking free of her chest.

Shaking his head, Michael stepped forward and laid a comforting hand on her arm. “Not yet, but you know that can’t last forever. Come with me now?”

Pain surged sharp and sudden through . She turned away from her brother, arms wrapping tightly, protectively around herself. It was too soon, she wasn’t ready…

Meet the Author

Cassidy Ryan lives and works in the West of Scotland, with Angel, the not-very-angelic kitty.When she isn't writing, Cassidy enjoys football, shopping for the perfect handbag, main-lining coffee and watching TV.

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Aria 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Nope!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Why is there an ad to r?pe someone named Aria?
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Go two more res i need to talk to you~fluff
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
"President my a<_>ss" flips Aria off.