The second book in Lexi C. Foss's Immortal Curse series is even better than the first one! I cannot wait to keep reading and see what she has in store for these characters! Watching Amelia grow into such a strong, confident character, and seeing the way her relationship with Tom develops is nothing short of inspiring. Their chemistry is super hot, and we even get to see how things are progressing with Stas and Isaac! The suspense of what was going to happen next kept me on the edge of my seat, and the ending was a mind-fuck like I have never experienced before! You will not regret reading this one!!!
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Pleasure overwhelmed her being, shutting down all thoughts of anything other than Tom's tongue against her damp flesh. He gave her a deep lick that made her toes curl and pulled her sensitive bud between his teeth. Time stopped as an incredible surge of ecstasy swept through her, starting at her center and bursting to every cell in her body. A scream ripped through her throat as her body convulsed beneath him.
When her legs started to tremble around him, he knew she was close and gave her one final deep thrust to send her over the edge into bliss.
His gaze narrowed. "Are you asking me to spar with you while wearing nothing but a towel and a skimpy bikini?" Because he definitely approved of that idea.
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Exile never felt so good. . .
Tom’s a trained sniper, not a babysitter. He kills rogue immortals for a living, but after releasing classified information to a friend, he’s banished to a remote location with the CRF’s most prized asset.
Can two tortured souls find solace and love in one another?
Secrets unfold as Tom forms a forbidden relationship with his new charge. The immortal woman evokes memories and feelings long forgotten, and forces him to question everything he’s ever known.
Sacrifices must be made.
A rash decision sends them both running for their lives as immortal enemies vie for their heads.
Some bonds are meant to be broken. . .