Rafael and Savannah’s story is one of many layers. Rafael is powerful, intense, dark but insanely passionate. Savannah nourished that soulful side of him and makes him feel things he has never really let himself feel before. Mafia life has really drained him of emotion and being vulnerable but watching his demeanor shift when he has Savannah in his arms was a beautiful thing. I did love how possessive he was and how he could not contain himself around her. While there are BDSM aspects like spanking and rough play, it was not too intense and worked into the story perfectly.
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Ravishing nights spent enveloped in the arms of a hard-bodied hunk, the kind of man who exuded masculinity in every look of his dashing blue eyes. The very same roughhewn hottie who longed to quench his thirst as well as his ravaging hunger, feasting on my lips. My aching nipples. My wet pussy.
“Come to me, mi vida,” he whispered as he beckoned for me.
My life. I was truly his life and he owned mine.
I dominated her tongue as I wrapped my hand around her long neck, pressing my thumb into her skin. She clung to me, even rising on her tiptoes, her entire body quivering. I kept my hold, using enough pressure she whimpered. Fuck, the things I could do to her.
Mom always told me that getting into a car with a stranger was dangerous. She was right.
I came to Spain hoping to start a new life away from dangerous men, but then I met Rafael Santiago. Now I'm not just caught up in the affairs of a mafia boss, I'm being forced into his car.
When I saw something I shouldn't have, Rafael took me captive, stripped me bare, and punished me until he felt certain I'd told him everything I knew about his organization... which was nothing at all. Then he offered me his protection in return for the right to use me as he pleases.
Now that I belong to him, his plans for me are more shameful than I could have ever imagined.
Publisher's Note: Dangerous Stranger includes spankings and sexual scenes. If such material offends you, please don't buy this book.