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Publisher Description

Rachel has the urge to be bad—very, very bad—and Jesse James is just the one to show her how.


Rachel Brown’s life is perfect just the way it is. Sure, she doesn’t have a boyfriend or a social life, but she has a routine and that is all that matters. Rachel’s loud and rather exuberant roommate, Layla, often comments on how boring Rachel’s life is, but Rachel doesn’t see it that way. At least, she didn’t until the night Jesse James walked into her Laundromat, and her life. Yeah, she thinks the name is absurd and his parents had a very cruel sense of humor. But the dark and simmering look in his eyes makes her body hum with excitement from the moment she first sees him. This Jesse James is not from the old west – he is dangerously seductive and irresistibly tempting. 


Suddenly, the safe little bubble that Rachel has built around herself bursts as she throws all caution to the wind. But is Jesse more trouble than she can handle?


Only mature readers should download this book.

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
2015
July 20
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
128
Pages
PUBLISHER
Vasko
SELLER
Vasko Pty Ltd
SIZE
755.4
KB

Customer Reviews

BrittyBear86 ,

Wow

Great first book! I can't wait to read the rest! Characters jumped right off the page.

Sarauniya Bilkis ,

GUILTY Complete Series 🙈

This book got me on the edge throughout. The way Jesse Janes loved Rachael but was willing to let her go so she can be safe and how Racheal wanted to sacrifice and be bad because of the love she had for him. Daaammmnnn I Got wet during the sex scenes. Dammnnnn Lucia Jordan I love youuuuu❤️❤️❤️ keep giving us the best

Ronnae ,

No Guilt

I was glad that this ended on a high cause I thought for sure it wasn't. It's a good thing that Jesse and Rachel realized that they couldn't live without each other and that they can try their best to survive the transition of the club. The sex scenes were extremely visual and sensual. I'm glad that everything worked out and would recommend this story to everyone whoever thought they couldn't have what they wanted without trying to achieve it.

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