50 Shades meets Beautiful Disaster, in a provocative and heart-wrenching tale about a virgin stripper with a tragic secret, a dangerous past, and a complex billionaire.
From the New York Times bestselling author of A Terrible Love, comes a #1 INTERNATIONAL BESTSELLING AFRICAN-AMERICAN & INTERRACIAL EROTICA series.
Faren Mitchell keeps the secret of her second job from the one man who could see her through some of the darkest moments of her life. She doesn't want Jared "Mick" McKenna for the billions he's amassed, but for the one thing she's never given any man: her innocence.
Mick's guilt over the injury he inflicted fuels the beginnings of something more; a sexual consumption of each other that neither were anticipating. When Faren's actions don't match her words, Mick suspicions are raised. His feelings turn to ones of protection after Faren is mugged and he can't reconcile his desire for her with the reality they now find themselves in.
As Faren's bucket list grows, so does the danger that surrounds the choices she's made. Can she take what she needs from Mick and also secure her mother's life? Or will the truth she has weaved between the lies doom them both?
About the Author
Marata Eros is the pen name for Tamara Rose Blodgett, the author of over ninety titles, including her New York Times bestselling novel, A Terrible Love, and the #1 Amazon international bestselling erotic Interracial and African-American TOKEN serial, and the #1 Amazon Erotic Horror DRUID serial.
Marata writes a variety of dark fiction in the genres of erotica, fantasy, horror, romance, suspense and sci-fi. She lives in the midwest with her family and pair of disrespectful dogs. Marata's #1 hobby is reading; she loves interacting with her readers.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I bought these in a box set, and all three volumes were intense! There were moments when I wanted to climb right into the book and shake some sense into Faren and Jared! It's a strange thing to see everything so clearly from the outside, like you're a part of all of it. That's what this felt like. The danger was palpable. The fear and sadness were disheartening. I kept thinking, if only she would open up, so many things could change. All of the details drew me in. I felt like, I knew each of the characters. You know, you're reading something meaningful when it brings out emotions. These definitely did. I was angry, frustrated, sympathetic and sad. It was intense and personal. I finished these first three at 1:30 am and turned on my computer to buy the next set. I'm looking forward to seeing what happens next.