From New York Times bestselling author Molly McAdams comes a powerhouse romantic suspense that will have you questioning your morals and second guessing your view on love.
I live in a world few know exist. I've trained for this. I know what to say, what to do, and how to act. I've perfected the lethal calm required for this life.
Now it's time to buy my first girl. But all it takes is one look at the brave girl who starts singing mid-auction for that calm to slip.
Briar Chapman is going to be the death of me, and I don't care. I'll take every day with her until that death comes, and I'll welcome it when it does.
On the outside, Lucas Holt is what nightmares are made of. A man cloaked in darkness, with sin-filled eyes and an enticing grin. A devil so devastatingly beautiful and cruel that his very presence instills fear.
But beneath his terrifying, ever-calm exterior is an affectionate man haunted by a past that refuses to stay buried. And Lucas looks at me as though he's finally found the only person who can make it all go away.
We're a battle of the brightest day and the darkest night—and I want to lie in the wake of our war.
Read it twice!
Loved it! Super intense! If you like plot twists and romance this has plenty!
The way this book and her book Deceiving Lies mesh together is insanity. It blew my mind completely because while reading this in certain parts you’re like “wow, this seems a little too familiar”. And then you piece it together slowly. I would have never understood the connection had I not have read that series first. Well done Molly, well done.
I wanted to like this book but there was no believe to it. It is like the Cinderella’s of “slave” stories. He doesn’t punish her and she seems to get over her fiancé extremely quickly and fall in love with the “bad guy” who doesn’t do anything bad. I think at one point she tries to enlist help and gets caught and he leaves her alone for a couple days. The characters don’t ever seem to progress which makes it very dull to read.