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FIRST THINGS FIRST β€” let me just tell you right out of the gate that this is NOT a romance. This is not the story of a cold and rigid, reluctantly lovable billionaire alpha-hero who finds his heart and his redemption in a beautiful big-hearted doe-eyed heroine.

No. This is a mind-fuck of a story about a salacious and manipulative sociopath therapist, that is chock-full of deviant sexual encounters (M/f, M/M/f, M/M), questionable (dub-con) content, obliterated boundaries, and a boatload of mental issues.

I thoroughly enjoyed it, though I'm not sure what that says about me as a person…

If you like unconventional stories that push buttons and boundaries, this is a great choice. If you don't like to read in a gray area, this probably isn't your read.

Upon turning the last page, I found myself saying, "What… the hell just happened here?…"

Push my boundaries, baby. Good times. ~ Kyleigh Jane [May 2014]


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I am a sociopath.

I know this because I diagnosed myself.

I have a PhD in Clinical Psychology from a very prestigious university.

I am charming, attractive, and you probably want to sleep with me.

I take what I want, when I want, and I enjoy picking the most tragic of all my patients to experiment with.

I have no remorse, I am unrelenting in my pursuit of tragedy, and I am about to meet my match.

Her name is not important, I am only allowed to call her Mistress. She is a femme fatale, a patient, and now an obsession.

She will destroy me, I will do anything to get inside of her.

I can already feel her inside of me.

**Trigger warning. This novel is not a love story, but more of a journey through a few short days in the life of a madman. What you see is not always what you get, reality is altered through his eyes and sometimes there is no happily ever after.


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