Glance at Tears of Tess by Pepper Winters

Glance at Tears of Tess by Pepper Winters

Tess Snow’s life is amazing. She’s got an additional semester left of school, a loving boyfriend, and a bright future packed with pleasure. Until her trip that is romantic to with said boyfriend can become a nightmare whenever Tess is taken. Drugged, transported, and finally offered, Tess’s life is obliterated within the blink of a watch. As well as the man in whose arms she finds by by herself, the guy whom calls himself just Q? He’s an enigmatic monster with dark secrets plus an also darker heart. Rips may be the very very very first in Winters’s Monster in the Dark series, while the publications just get darker because they go along individuals.

Captive at nighttime by C.J. Roberts

This freaking show. We swear. This is basically the to begin three publications at nighttime Duet show, and it’s also one thing. Caleb is a person intent on revenge. Their very own past is certainly one of slavery and mistreatment, therefore he has no qualms about inflicting exactly the same on somebody else with regard to their vengeance. Olivia Ruiz is merely a lovely, simple target. It’s nothing personal. But once Caleb discovers himself irresistibly drawn to their captive, dozens of very very very carefully set plans for revenge gradually apart start to come.

Twist Me Personally by Anna Zaires

Nora Leston is taken, and she now belongs to a person that is both breathtaking and ruthless, tender and cruel. She is controlled by him life totally and she belongs to him. To Julian. She does not understand why he took her, or whom he is really, but she can’t assist but be interested in the darkness in of him. Because it allows the authors to explore complex concepts like Stockholm Syndrome and consent as you may have noticed by now, captivity is a recurring theme in a lot of these novels. Or lack thereof.

Created Sinner by S.L. Jennings

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