Recommended By Adrian
Recommended By Adrian
I have so many things to say about this book, and I don't know where to start! First, it's an original plot that moves quickly. You'd think a book that centers around four people snowed in for months would be boring, but this is the opposite. If you're a fan of the taboo, this is the book for you. If you like extreme heat, this is the book for you. I'm going out on a limb here, but I'll say that Credence contains one of the hottest scenes I've ever read, and I read a ton of smut so that's saying something. I was hooked from start to finish. Pen Douglas has a way of making a reader fall in love with extremely broken/flawed characters, these four people are no exception.
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His beautiful body glows and flexes as he strokes himself, and I lick my lips, just wanting this one thing. I just want to see.
"This is what you're doing to me, Tiernan. It's not right. Instead of pile-driving the hot tits and ass I came home with, I'm sitting down here, trying to talk myself out of going into your room and giving the teenage piece of ass living in my house a really long kiss goodnight."
I might wish this change could've happened differently, but some of us don't learn from the heat. We need the fire.
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Three of them, one of her, and a remote cabin in the woods. Let the hot, winter nights ensue...
Tiernan de Haas doesn't care about anything anymore. The only child of a film producer and his starlet wife, she's grown up with wealth and privilege but not love or guidance. Shipped off to boarding schools from an early age, it was still impossible to escape the loneliness and carve out a life of her own. The shadow of her parents' fame followed her everywhere.
And when they suddenly pass away, she knows she should be devastated. But has anything really changed? She's always been alone, hasn't she?
Jake Van der Berg, her father's stepbrother and her only living relative, assumes guardianship of Tiernan who is still two months shy of eighteen. Sent to live with him and his two sons, Noah and Kaleb, in the mountains of Colorado, Tiernan soon learns that these men now have a say in what she chooses to care and not care about anymore.
As the three of them take her under their wing, teach her to work and survive in the remote woods far away from the rest of the world, she slowly finds her place among them.
And as a part of them.
She also realizes that lines blur and rules become easy to break when no one else is watching.
One of them has her.
The other one wants her.
He's going to keep her.