Recommended By Angela
Recommended By Angela
There’s something so intoxicating about an enemies to lovers story. I don’t even know where to begin when it comes to Beck and Josie. There’s a complex layered plot which sets the tone for Becks dislike of Josie‘s family, and it really provides superb angst and tension. Even for a young adult storyline, the chemistry and explosive heat between these two makes you feel like you are dealing with full grown adults who have been through some shit. There is drama, lust, heartache and so much more. I love it when a bad ass guy who is used to getting his way, encounters a girl who can hold her own, and Josie certainly can. I am jumping right into book number two!
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“What do you think you’re doing?” Her voice was shaky as a tremor ran through her chest. “Whatever the fuck I want.”
I want to hear you beg me for everything I give you.
I wanted to taste every single bit of her, then I wanted to ruin her.
I couldn’t see him, I didn’t dare turn in his direction, but I could smell a hint of his cologne. It somehow was so much darker than Will’s. Where Will was the sun, Beck was smothering. His mere presence all-consuming.
His teeth grazed the sensitive skin around my clit before he sucked it back into his mouth, and I felt like he was going to wreck me. He was ravaging me in a way I didn’t even know existed. I had touched myself and been touched by others, but none of that felt like this. None of that made me feel like I wouldn’t recover when he was through with me.
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Young. Wealthy. Elite. Ruthless. The boys of Clermont Bay ruled over this town as if it was their kingdom.
And Beck Clermont controlled them all.
He was arrogant and conceited, and from the moment I met him, he had made up his mind about me.
Dangerously handsome and wickedly cruel, he had no intention of letting me spend my senior year under the radar.
The secrets of old money ran deep, and even though I barely knew them, the sins of my family had put a target on my back.
He was a hurricane, and I was unprepared for the storm.
His touch fatal. His impact irreparable.
There was no negotiation.
He stole my heart. Without warning, without permission.
He was the enemy, but that didn’t stop me from falling for The Touch of a Villain.
This book is part of a series and is not a standalone.