I was honestly counting down the day until Emma and Liam’s story continued! The first book left my head spinning so it was no surprise to me that book two was just as much of a wild ride. I have this love/hate relationship with Emma. I understand why she did what she did but man, my heart hurt for Liam. The lies, twists and deceit run rampant but the desire and connection between the two is undeniable and hard to stop. I do love them together and found myself completely wrapped up in their moments together. I am DYING for the third book!!
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I can't stop myself. I kiss every part of her as hard as I can for one simple reason, I can't get enough. I haven't wanted anyone like this in a long time. In fact, I decided that it's not worth having a relationship given who I am and the kind of danger that I can bring to my potential partner. My emotions take over the cerebral part of me. They consume me. It's not just my desire for her. It's everything.
She touches me gently, but I'm not in the mood to be gentle. When I push her against the wall, she smiles at me and kisses me harder. I want her and I don't want to take my time. She may not know who I really am or anything about my past, but she has to know that I am a true person right now. I kiss her harder on the lips, until my mouth almost hurts. It's a good kind of hurt, the one that you think about long after.
“I'm starting to feel dizzy,” I say, not sure if my legs will keep me upright much longer.
“I think this will help,” he says, pushing me over the side of the deck.
I was thinking something more like a bed, but as soon as he thrusts himself inside of me, I forget all about that.
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One week with him and I get what I want: the story of my career. What happens when I say no?
He thinks that the reason that I left is that I don’t want him. Nothing could be from the truth.
He thinks I was insulted. He’s wrong.
I have a fire in my body that burns just for him.
Still, I leave.
But I have to write this story to save my job.
It won’t be published for a while and I’ll have time to convince him to go on the record.
At least, that’s what I think.
But then the article comes out and he shows up at my house.
What happens when that fire between us starts to ignite?
What happens when he pulls me close and doesn’t let go?