New York Times and USA TODAY best-selling author Terry Towers is pleased to offer her highly anticipated, dark romance novel.
I had no idea the wickedness that lay beneath his angelic features and pleasurable touch. I wanted one night out to be wild and crazy; to be like all the other young women my age. I'd been living such a sheltered life that when a new group of friends took me to a nightclub for some drinks and dancing - nothing overly rebellious, considering - I jumped at the chance. And you can imagine my surprise when the sexiest man at the club, heck, the sexiest man I'd ever set eyes upon wanted to spend some alone time getting to know the plain Jane daughter of a pastor! I jumped at the chance. Most of the other young women regularly left with men they'd just met and nothing bad ever happened, so what were the chances it would turn out badly for me? I had no idea....
I had no idea she'd challenge everything I believed about myself and make me feel. My job is simple - train them and break their spirits without shattering their minds, which isn't the easiest task, I assure you. But I'm the best at what I do. But now the organization I previously worked for is gone, and I'm a freelancer - of sorts. And I couldn't be happier. I used to have to abide by their rules, follow their protocol, but not anymore. The lives and minds of the women are mine to do with as I please. Unfortunately for Emily Fennel, the daughter of a small-town pastor, she'd caught my attention. She was so pure and virtuous, she's the light in contrast to my darkness, and she's going to be my greatest accomplishment. People thought I was a monster before....
Please note: This is a full-length, stand-alone novel with no cliffhanger.
©2015 Terry Towers (P)2016 Terry Towers
Nah, its pretty light and pretty basic. Nothing about it is new or that surprising.
No, it's very light for a dark romance. For a psycho our lead is extremely kind and unpsycho like. A bit disappointing if I'm being honest.
I start by saying that I understood going in to this book what I was reading, so complaining about the content is probably a moot point. Having said that the curiosity got the best of me and I wish it hadn't. All I was say is It alarms me that there is a market for this kind of book and this will be the last one I ever read as it so wrong on so many levels.
In terms of the audio reading - the male voice was always too creepy for me to genuinely engage or sympathise with (if I was ever going to) and the female talked through her nose which I found really irritating.
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