Fiendish is a dark and twisted take on Beauty and The Beast. This story contains mature themes meant for readers 18+.
So what would you do if your prince charming turned out to be the worst kind of monster?
Calida Alexander moves from Charlotte to Atlanta after a painful break up. She faced some harsh realities about herself during that breakup and desperately wants to change who she perceives herself to be. When she meets Seth, she is drawn in by his sexy good looks and is won over by his gentlemanly demeanor. On the surface, he's her dream come true.
Seth Jokobi is sexy and charming, the kind of man that women dream of being with. As a master manipulator, he uses his charm and good looks as a lure. His prey never suspect that lurking behind those piercing blue eyes and million dollar smile, lies a sadistic monster. When he meets Calida, her shy nature tempts him into playing a game where the stakes end up being higher than he could have imagined.
Can love really conquer all or is it sometimes just not enough?
Warning: This e-book contains sexually explicit scenes some that may contain dubious and non-consent, adult language, and graphic violence and may be considered offensive to some readers.
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|Age Range:||18 Years|
About the Author
Meka James is a writer of adult contemporary and erotic romance. A born and raised Georgia Peach, she still resides in the southern state with her hubby of 16 years and counting. Mom to four kids of the two legged variety, she also has four fur-babies of the canine variety. Leo the turtle and Spade the snake rounds out her wacky household. When not writing or reading, Meka can be found playing The Sims 3, sometimes Sims 4, and making up fun stories to go with the pixelated people whose world she controls.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This book was everything I wanted it to be and more. I had a vague idea what I'd be getting myself into, but still found myself with whiplash... the absolutely amazing kind. It went so much deeper than I thought it would... addressing intricacies within the main characters' psyches that made the story as a whole SO MUCH MORE MEANINGFUL. This book delves into subject matter not for the faint of heart, but if you have even a modicum of backbone, I highly recommend you add this to your To Be Read list. It is very well written, and the characters--and their struggles--are frighteningly real. The emotions I experienced while reading this book were so intense that I actually had to stop reading at one point and "process" through them. But that, to me, means this is phenomenal writing and a fantastic story. If you're looking for something different, something with bite, and packed with unexpected surprises, then Fiendish is for you! Highly recommend!!