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What a crazy ride this book is! The entire time my head was spinning trying to figure out who was good and who was bad. I love books that keep me guessing til the very end and Killing Mary Jane is one of those. The three characters Mary Jane, Wulf and Jake are twisted together in a very sick, disturbing way. The story is a dark one, lots of triggers (rape, abuse, kidnapping) and lots of really messed up imagery. It is a deeply tangled tale of control and lust. You have to go into this blind, just know that what you are about to read is not for the faint of heart.

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"Yeah, you're my bad girl." His hand skimmed down her waist to her pussy. Now his thumb flicked at her clit until Mary Jane trembled, making it hard to keep herself upright. "And this is my pussy, Mary Jane."

His dark eyes melted her insides through the mirror. Every part of her body tingled with a primitive craving.

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She has one chance to escape her sadistic captor.
But what’s waiting on the other side of her cage might be even worse than being kept prisoner in a harem.

Trapped, taken, and kept, Mary Jane is offered the chance to escape by her abductor's most loyal hitman. But instead of finding freedom, she crashes into a rugged, steely-eyed cop with a dark, gut-wrenching past.

Dylan Wulf can’t make the same mistake again.
He can’t fall for Mary Jane.
Can’t give into temptation.
Yet he can’t stop thinking about the lawless beauty.

Her past and his present are about to collide.

The man who kidnapped Mary Jane is coming for her... And the entire town will rain with blood until she’s his again.
And now, the one person Wulf should avoid at all costs is the woman he can’t afford to let out of his sight...

ASIN: B07G6KSBM6

I read. I create. I get in trouble. That is me in a nutshell. I live in a snarky, artistic, eclectic world where BDSM and Dark Erotica are high on my reading list. I yearn for a really raw, gritty book where the lead guy/girl is more like a villain and I am left completely mindf*cked. The more the usual lines of morality are blurred, the better. I am an Alice in Wonderland Freak, an Edgar Allan Poe lover and an ocean addicted mermaid. I like originality when it comes to my books. The dirtier, the better. I am here to Discover, Share and Obsess. Join me, will you?

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