THE NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLING PHENOMENON
The red-hot romance between Ian and Francesca was ignited in Because You Are Mine—that which comes with the first look, the first caress. Now comes the first act of defiance that takes them one step further into forbidden desire.
Because You Are Mine, Part II
Because I Could Not Resist
A heated argument between Francesca and Ian leaves the impetuous young woman alone again, and free to do whatever she chooses, and with whomever she desires. She’s not about to answer to any one man—especially Ian. Until he catches her. As he takes her to his penthouse, the tension is incendiary. One thing is clear for both of them. Francesca must be punished.
Outraged and unbearably excited, the naïve Francesca loses whatever control she had. After all, Ian is too dominant a man to fight off. She did disobey him. She does deserve it. Francesca just never realized how much she wanted it. But when Ian discovers how naïve Francesca really is, he wonders if taking advantage of such innocence is going too far, even for him.
More to come… Don’t miss Because You Are Mine, Part III, available 8/14
Because u r mine II
The writer does an excellent job of bringing the characters to life and the tension between Ian and Cesca hot and steamy. I hate the waste of book pages. The is suppose to be 100 pages in the book but it stops at 70 pages so that we can read SlowBurn. Is the excerpt for Slow Burn in all the books? That's crazy. I just want to read this book. It's bad enough we only get 2 chapters per book. I would have preferred 3 books at $6 a book.
Don't do it!!!!
Don't waste time or money on this! As stated in other reviews it is a fun story but not worth the 16.00 you will spend to read it :(
The content of the story is well crafted. But, that being said, I find it totally irrational the way one awesome story has been fragmented and carved into sub-particles, being sold off into no more than a single chapter at a time. As a reader and a writer I find such an act appalling on every level; never should a good story such as this be presented to its readers in such a negative form! It's shameful! I find it doubtful that I will purchase the other chapters of what should have been sold as a single book!