Recommended By Angela

Recommended By Angela

A modern day Bonnie and Clyde with a side of Wild Things; that was Dulcie and Con. They drifted towards each other because of this darkness they craved, completing each other. And the sex was angry and harsh. This was not a sweet New Adult romance.
If you’ve read Stylo’s Kane trilogy, there are some definite similarities in tone and how the heroine grows harder and stronger without the hero around all the time. There were things I wasn’t expecting in the plot to unfold how they did, and the ending before the epilogue . . . holy hell.

One word. INTENSE. This story was insane, but that is just how I like them. Dulcie is fighting demons she doesn't even know she has and Con is as crazy as they come. The two of them feel invincible when they are together. They are explosive and their relationship is volatile. But damn, it makes for some hot, explosive sex. There is violence and suspense but also so much raw emotion. The story was fast paced and a page turner. I didn't put it down. Well done, Stylo.
[April 2016]

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Love isn't always bright and shiny.

Sometimes, it's dirty and wrong, buried six feet deep in a secret place where only wild things dare to go. Hidden behind a big black curtain that covers things no one should ever see.

Sometimes it happens between two people who should never be allowed to come together. One who is a match, and the other who just happens to be gasoline.

One strike is all it takes to burn the whole world down, and that's exactly what they plan on doing.

Even if it kills them.

Warning: this book contains graphic sex, extremely brutal violence, bad language, and people repeatedly and knowingly breaking the law

ASIN: B01E36EMUA

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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