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Creed 'Too Hot For Words' Christopher
If God created the perfect man he would closely resemble Creed, on the outside that is.
He's as cavalier as they come. Unconcerned. Cold. Dismissive. I wonder if he has any feelings at all.
And when his lips touch mine, everything goes black. He takes me into his world, and it's the most magical thing I've ever experienced.
And I'm sucked in time and time again.
Like a moth to the flame, I am ready to be set alight.
Elicea 'F*cks With My Head' Beckham
Elicea is a firecracker. She has piqued my interest, and no one piques my interest anymore.
Beautiful women are what I do—it's my work.
Not one of them has managed to get their claws into me the way she does. It's as if she's seeing my ice heart and trying to melt it set it alight with each touch of her sinful lips.
But that can't work, it won't work.
Not in my world.
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I’m not sure how I feel about this book. There is no continuity and the main girl character is totally messed up. The owners of the club are weird. First they want to fire her, then they want her to stay, then they want to fire her again.
Another amazing read!
I loved El and Creed!!! Their story kept me guessing what was coming next and I have to say I didn’t expect a certain thing to happen but it was perfect and right for them. Silent and brooding meets desperate and scared. Creed will win your heart without words! I can’t wait to see who’s up next, I kinda wanna stake a claim on Echo. God he’s breaking my heart and I don’t even really know anything about him yet. I just wanna hold him! Great beginning to a new series! Bravo, Ms. Smith, Bravo!
I’m not the pickiest of readers but, holy moly, this book was awful. It was corny, weak, and had absolutely no buildup that was worth reading. If the story was actually written by someone with skill it would be a fun read but it wasn’t. I rolled my eyes a million times reading it. Thank goodness I only paid .99¢ for it.