Jemma arrives in New York exhausted from her night of passion and raw sex with Las Vegas bad boy Damon McDermott. Her five days in New York fly by, and although she enjoys it immensely, at the back of her mind she is always thinking of Damon, and her return to Las Vegas.
The break from him has given her time to think, so when she finally meets Damon at the airport, she is determined to tell him the truth about her secret blog and the reason for her trip to New York. But she immediately notices that something isn’t right.
Damon is cool and detached, and once they reach her motel room he tells her he knows the truth about her, about her blog and the real reason she was in New York. He is convinced that Jemma is just using him to promote her blog and her ambitions to become a successful author and personality. He is furious since he believes Jemma targeted him deliberately for her secret agenda to use his notoriety as the “Las Vegas Stud” and garner publicity for herself.
Jemma tries to convince him that he’s wrong, but Damon is convinced she’s lying. Little does she know, Damon also has a secret and his urge to use sex as a form of punishment on Jemma is about to bring it out.
Casual Car Deception is a 10,000-word novella and the fourth in an eight-part serial.
About the Author
Storm Stone loves reading and writing what she calls ’Hard-Core Romance’. She lives in the beautiful city of Cape Town, with her Italian, ‘hero’ husband and young adult daughter. Writing has been a hobby of hers for many years, an escape from the trials of everyday life. As a child she wanted to become a nun, but all that changed when she began reading Mills & Boon as a young teenager. Reading created the desire to travel, and she moved to London at the height of the apartheid domination of South Africa. Here she met her husband, and together they travelled, extensively through Asia, living a hippy lifestyle. Now, with a grown-up daughter, and a much more sedate lifestyle, she still sees herself as an ‘old hippy’ who likes to, sometimes, travel over to the wild-side through her reading and writing.