Made In America by Lyra Lee Rose
Losing her family and nearly dying changed Annabella forever. Scarred physically and emotionally, there is a lot to overcome. The culprit behind their deaths was never exposed. Her desire to know what really happened so many years ago causes an emptiness in her heart she feels nothing and no one can fill.
Striving to achieve success and to put that survivor label behind her, Annabella trains in self-defense and never shies away from danger or things that intimidates her. The last thing she expects when she falls in love for the first time in her life, with Ivan Sokolov, is to learn that the man she loves is connected to it all.
PUBLISHER: Blazing Heart Publishing
RELEASE DATE: January 30, 2020
GENRE: Contemporary Erotica Romance
Format: eBook, Kindle MObi
WORD COUNT: 101,905 words
If I knew then, what I know now, would I change any of it?
No. Not the pace of events and not the way of fate either. Something I didn’t really believe in, which seemed to play a hand in my destiny.
I couldn’t imagine not feeling his hands upon me. Not seeing that look of hunger, of possession, of need in his eyes every time he was near me or in the same room as me. His firm expressions, the power he had over others, hell, over me. That body, those scars, the tattoos, his hidden identity, unknown to a town that would never be the same, they just didn’t know it. Not to me, or those he brought in, squeezed into a community of unknown civilians.
I couldn’t imagine life without him. The palm of his hand pressed up against my breast, his warm, firm lips demanding, pulling, drawing so much sensuality from within me, it makes me feel like some sensual goddess with much more experience with men than I actually have. No. nothing would be the same without him. Nothing.
So who is obsessed now? Who is the one living out a fantasy? Who has become part of a world I never knew existed, but now reaped the benefits of? (Hmmm.) America. A land of opportunity, a means to success if you have the guts, the determination, and the fight within you to succeed. That’s me. That’s him, and all the others in this world, this hidden life others couldn’t even fantasize about having.
Made in America. I’d do it all over again. I’d do it, for him.