Recommended By Angela
Recommended By Angela
Ella Fields knocked it out of the park again! I loved everything about Corrode. The plot felt real and not forced. The characters were well developed and evolved throughout the story. Felix was bad ass, possessive and straight up sexy. Ella did a perfect job describing him, making me feel all sorts of things while picturing him in his dirty, tight-in-all-the-right-places work clothes. And Mags was a strong female character considering everything life through at her. I loved how she grew as the book progressed, and I loved how much she adored Felix through everything. The story of their relationship brings all sorts of emotions, but the payoff is perfect in every way.
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"I'll be satisfied when you tell me your name." "Why do you want to know?" I didn't know where my bravado had come from, but I wasn't going to complain. "So when I go home, climb into bed, and wrap my hand around my cock, I know whose name I'll be whispering into the dark."
He wrapped his hand in my hair, pulling my head back, forcing my back to arch almost to the point of pain. His other hand dug into my hip. His fingers pressed into my skin, branding me. My legs shook as he pounded into me. My breath ragged. My heart raced.
In you, I find strength. And it's perfectly okay to find your strength in other people. As long as you know you can find it without them, too.
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A standalone second chance romance.
It didn't matter how young we were.
We just knew.
Forever was stamped on our hearts, no matter what forces tried to keep us apart.
They tried, and they failed.
We were happy.
We lived, we loved, and we made plans.
But as the years went by, we watched helplessly as those plans faded into dusty aspirations.
Yet we endured.
Time and time again, we came out stronger.
Until life threw the ultimate test our way, and he surrendered.
Defeated and desperate, he made a choice.
One that tore all our promises in two—leaving me pregnant, alone, and terrified.
Now he's free, and that love is still there.
It's everything else that's changed.
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