“If you knew,” he said suddenly, his voice low and intimate. “If you had any idea the things I dream about doing to you, you’d never forgive me. I’d kill another man for wanting what I want from you.”
Curvy girl Kat Koile has known Josh Murcek since she was twelve. He’s her brother’s best friend, the boy who tutored her in algebra and taught her to tie cherry stems with her tongue. He’s also the first man to ever tie her up, tie her down, and teach her how to submit.
Kat knows Josh’s secret now– he’s a South River Dom and with all her heart she wants to be his. So when he breaks her heart into a million, billion pieces, she’s not sure she’ll ever be able to put them back together.
Josh badly wants to teach Kat about passion and submission, but pulling her into his world of Domination, pain, and control is out of the question. She has never been with anyone whose cravings are as dark as his, and if he has any say she never will. He’ll do anything to protect her, even if it means losing her.
But if Josh won’t teach her to kneel, she’ll find someone who will.
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After my father died, I thought I would never stop crying. I thought – this is what it feels like when your heart breaks and it’ll never ever heal. That’s what happens when you lose something important and irreplaceable.
And you cry into your pillow and you take extra-long showers and people bring you 10,000 calorie casseroles you eat out of cereal bowls because you haven’t done dishes in two weeks. You watch a lot of Katherine Heigl movies and eat a lot of ice cream.
But eventually you get tired of casseroles and ice cream. Eventually your landlord wants rent and people stop calling to ask how you’re holding up. Eventually you’ve got to go back to your life because your heart didn’t break enough to actually kill you and you need to shower and go to the grocery store because you’re starting to smell a little funky and you’re almost out of toilet paper.
Three weeks. That was how long anyone ever gets to feel sorry for themselves before being expected to move on.
I didn’t hear from him for three weeks.
So I moved on.
Because I didn’t know what else I was supposed to do. And Katherine Heigl always got the guy in the end and I kind of hated her stupid guts.
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