Enjoy a sinfully dark and steamy Christmas romance from bestselling Omegaverse author Nora Ash.
He binds me in red ribbons and says my safe word is ‘mistletoe.’
On Christmas Eve, a masked Alpha breaks into my home.
He’s been stalking me, he says. Following my every move. He knows everything about me—how high my mortgage is, how little I earn at my soul-destroying customer service job. What kind of shameful secrets I keep in my nightstand.
How lonely I am.
So, he gives me an offer I can’t refuse:
Submit to him for one night, and he’ll pay off my home.
After all, what’s one night of painful pleasure for longterm financial security?
But I should have known never to trust an obsessed Alpha. Should have known that agreeing to his arrangement would only make him demand so much more than a single night of my reluctant submission.
He bought my body. He won’t stop until he claims my heart, too.
Holiday Intrusion is a dark, standalone romance set in the world of Alpha Ties. For fans of L.V. Lane, Anna Fury, or Liliana Carlisle, this is a HOT captive romance with a guaranteed Happily Ever After.
Note: This Christmas tale is darker than your average fare. Exclusively for readers who like their eggnog with a side of rough dominance and (woefully inadequate) girth training…
Wow, I’m truly speechless. Nora really out did herself in writing this book. I’m here for the foreshadowing too. As far as Eve and Adam’s story was well written, from the pair meeting all the way up until the second meeting. I must say I adore how hard Adam fought to show Eve his true alpha. Whereas as Eve denied her affection for Adam. I absolutely, love her determination and strength not to be dominated by an alpha before Adam was able to weaver his way to her soul. I most definitely love how much of an alpha Adam is to the world but with Eve he is tender and sweet as he coerce her to seeing his point of view. Most of all I love this story because Adam actually put in the work to show Eve his nurturing side with pieces of his true self in between.
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