young girl as a warning to Tristan Riley, the broken DEA agent believes the
best thing for Lillian Maddox to do would be to stay far, far away from him.
But Lillian knows a thing or two about fear, and she’s not willing to let the
man she loves push her away that easily. If he won’t fight for them, she
will… even if that means risking her life to prove she’s strong enough to
live in his world.
dragged out of Teplo at gunpoint,
forcing Tristan onto a collision course with the Vetrov family and Pedro
Francisco. With nothing left to lose except the only woman who has ever
mattered to him, he will do whatever it takes to stop Vetrov and Francisco from
ever hurting her again.
for him to make his move. When he does, all hell breaks loose, and his life is
on the line. It’s up to Lillian and the DEA to save him, and she’s terrified
they won’t make it in time.
confrontation with the Vetrov family, Lillian comes face to the face with the
heartbreaking realization that maybe she doesn’t belong in Tristan’s world,
after all. When the smoke clears, will he be able to convince his ballerina
that she’s the best thing for him, or will he lose her and the chance at a real
future once and for all?
This book is emotional, has a story-line that leaves you exited until the very end and characters that touch you deep down! WOW! There is suspense, even a bit of humor, sexy scenes, sad scenes, funny scenes, serious scenes,….
This list could go on and on and on! The most important thing about this book? There was not one moment I felt disconnected to the story!
So be aware- ones you start reading, you become part of this unique, but also dangerous world….
sucks,” she said, giggling again. “I think your mouth is rubbing off
playfully and flipped her over until she was lying beneath him. He grinned down
at her, the shadows that’d crept into his eyes during their conversation gone,
replaced with happiness, softness. “I noticed that. You called me
staring up at him.
me baby once before, you know.”
face against her throat. “When I fucked you against the front door. I
think I like hearing you call me baby almost as much as I like hearing you
scream my name, beautiful. You sound so good screaming my name.” He nipped
writhing beneath him as his wicked words sent heat through her all over again.
too,” he murmured. “Fuck, Lillian, everything you do drives me
crazy.” He pressed a soft kiss to her temple before dropping back down
beside her and dragged her into his arms once more. “Every time I’m near
you, I’m turned on.”
look at me or touch me… I don’t know, it’s like an addiction, I think. I crave
more and more of you every time.” Her brow furrowed as she traced the line
of his abs with one finger. “Is it really like that for you, too?”
sweetheart,” he murmured, kissing the top of her head. “I can’t get
enough of you.” He reached out and grabbed her hand, dragging it down his
body and placing it over his crotch. He was hard again, his cock like steel in
her palm. “You keep me like this, Lillian.”
around his length, stroking softly. “I like knowing that.”
hips into her hand before wrapping his own hand around hers and gliding it up
and down his erection. Far too soon, he stilled her hand and pulled away,
causing her to groan in protest. He chuckled and twined their fingers together
again, placing them on his chest, over his heart. “Rest, beautiful. I’ve
been all over you tonight.”
me,” she grumbled. She loved
having him all over her.
you,” he answered with another soft chuckle at her petulant tone.
“But you need a break or you’ll be too sore to move, and there’s no
fucking way I’m going to be able to keep from sinking myself into you at least
with that, now could she?
of the night,” she warned him, not willing to go any longer than that
before feeling him again. The things he did to her… he could do them every day
of forever and she’d die happy. She wanted
him to do them to her every day of forever.
time in front of the television, but when they do have time, they love to
snuggle up and watch their favorite shows and movies… or not watch them as
the case may be! Here’s what’s on their lists and why.
– This is a new series, but it’s surprisingly good. It captures the messed up
reality of drug trafficking, while humanizing the people behind the scenes.
– A man with a past? A man on a mission? That’s not familiar at all!
Dusk Til Dawn: The Series – Because it’s a cartel of vampires. Which is
basically every cartel ever. Tristan can relate.
Kings – Risking everything to screw a bad guy and save a life? Tristan is down
a Paddle – Even the most ridiculous of missions can have value.
– Lillian is slowly showing Tristan the value of literature and the classics.
– Gangs piss Tristan off. It never hurts to spend a little time getting to know
them better, especially in his line of work.
Cocaine Wars – Another docu-series about the job. Getting to know some of the
other agents with the same mission is always helpful.
of the Opera – What isn’t to love about Phantom of the Opera? The story is
haunting, beautiful, and timeless.
Stage – If anyone can relate to being told they aren’t good enough, Lillian
can. Jody is so much like her.
– Another one that hits close to home for Lillian. Bullies are everywhere, and
they are brutal.
– Echo is a total badass. And she’s not what anyone expects.
Originals – Two words: Joseph Morgan. Does she really need another reason?
Human (U.K.) – The original U.K. version is the way to go with this one. It’s
got a little bit of everything, and is so good.
422 – She may no longer be in the world, but she misses performing. This
documentary lets her relive those moments she loved.
the Sky – Lillian has traveled the world and seen oppression firsthand. This
documentary tells the story well, and gives her hope for the future.
Arkansas with her childhood sweetheart/husband of eleven years, and their five
furry minions. When not writing, she spends her time hiking, reading,
volunteering, causing mischief, and building a Spork army. Ayden graduated summa cum laude with her Bachelor of
Science degree in Criminal Justice and Forensic Psychology in 2009 before going
on to complete her graduate degree in CJ and Law. She currently puts her
education to use in the social services and CJ field.
Ayden also writes Young and New Adult fantasy under the penname A.K. Morgen.