Recommended By Angela
Recommended By Angela
"Darkness and light will consume each other, after all." I swear this quote sums up this book perfectly. Rafael and Anna are exactly that. He is a cartel head, strong and powerful. She is a sex slave, scared and broken. Darkness and light. Good and bad. They could not be more opposite and yet they cannot deny the attraction and desire between them. I viewed this story as a rebirth for both of them. Anna had struggles unimaginable to most. Her story is agonizing, brutal and heartbreaking. All Rafael wants to do is protect her and shield her from the weight of her past and it is a slow process but once she begins to trust him, the story takes on a whole new tone. This book is dark, with a plethora of triggers causing emotional chaos but with that darkness comes light and new beginnings.
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“I think you want to be a slave, Anna. I think you want to be treated like a fuck doll. You’d rather be a whore than deal with the unknown. At least that way, you know what men want from you, right? You’d know what I want from you.”
She looks up at me, wide blue eyes so innocent, full lips that look like they were made for sucking dick. I can picture her staring up at me just like that as I fuck her mouth.
“You want to own me?” I breathe, my heart letting out a strangled fear filled beat.
“No. I want to love you.”
I watch him stalk from the barn with his scent still clinging to me, and my lips tingling from his kiss. No, I’m not scared of him. I’m scared that he of all people might ruin me because he makes my heart hope in spite of my head and hope will break me. Hope is all I have left, the last piece I have to give. Rafael D’Cruze might destroy me where hundreds before him have failed.
I’ve fucked countless women, and none have ever driven me mad the way her simple, innocent touch does. None have made me want to claim them. Her hand trails lower, over my stomach, inch by inch. The way she’s looking at me… as if I’m something she’s never seen before. I clench my jaw and fight a groan that sounds more like a growl.
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Rafael D’Cruze, the ruthless leader of the Juarez cartel bought me. Sold. Traded. Bartered.
He’s a bad guy, the worst of villains—so why does he feel like my salvation? Why does he look at me like I'm more than just his captive?
I should hate him. I should want him dead and my freedom back. But I find myself wondering what it would feel like in his arms.
Survival can make a woman crazy. And a dominant man with a violent streak can make any woman weak.
He calls me his sweet collateral and I shouldn’t call him my protector…