Wanting it All #3

COMING SOON!Wanting it All

The end is finally here. Everything in curvy girl Katrina Koile’s life has gone horribly wrong. Her brother becomes more distant and mean with every new confrontation. She’s about to lose her apartment and petty thieves have taken everything of value she owns, including her laptop and any hope she has of being a full time designer. Now penniless and desperate, she clings to the 9-5 job that makes her feel small and worthless.

And then, there’s Josh.

Josh loves her. He wants to take care of her. But now that she’s a part of his secret life, she can’t help but feel like she never really knew him at all. The more she lets Josh take care of her and her problems, the more she starts to doubt herself…and him. How can she give him everything when she doesn’t feel like she has anything worth giving?

A once in a lifetime offer comes from an unlikely source, but accepting the future she’s always wanted will mean leaving Josh behind. If Brian was right all along and you can’t have it all, what is Kat willing to say goodbye to?

Her dreams…or her heart?

The Curvy Submissive Series:
  • GOING TOO FAR, #1
  • GIRL IN PIECES, #2
  • WANTING IT ALL, #3 (Coming Soon)

EXCERPT

Don’t look down.

Then.

I didn’t know how we got into the hallway, but when I opened my tear-filled eyes next, Josh had me there, up against the wall, the too bright strobe of exposed bulbs leaking out from my doorway. I struggled to hear him through the screaming in my head.

Who am I?

Who   am   I?

Who.     Am.   I.

Say it. Say it, Kat. Obey me.

Obey your Master.

The word filled my chest with oxygen, forced sound and light in through dulled senses. I took a breath, a great big gasping thing that expanded my lungs and cleared my eyes. I could taste the humid, closed in hallway air at the back of my throat, mingled with the evergreen huskiness of Josh’s cologne and sweat. He took my face in his hands, twisted baby fine hair around his fingertips until tiny lights of pain tugged at the edges of my thoughts, flaring through the overwhelming emotion filling me up and drowning me. I flinched but he wouldn’t let me pull away. He wasn’t good Josh. He wasn’t soft Josh.

“What is my title, little sub? Who am I?” His hands held my cheeks, his fingers twisted in my hair. “Who. Am. I.”

“Master,” I gasped and blinked wide, wet eyes. “Sir.”

Tears escaped from the corners of my eyes and made a mad dash down my cheeks. All at once I was frightened and comforted by his command, the light starbursts of pain as he pulled my hair, the way he stared into my heartbroken eyes without blinking. So close I could feel his words on my mouth. So close we touched each time I took a desperate, gasping breath.

“Say it again.”

“Master.”

He took on my weight and held me still and safe, protected between his body and the wall. I sunk into his arms and he accepted me.

“Again.”

“Master.”

“Yes, I am,” he said, his mouth against my temple, kissing my skin as he spoke. “And I will never leave you. You are not alone, Kat. I’ll take care of you. I’ll always take care of you.”

The pressure of his fingertips turned into caresses, into touches. The pain releasing into pleasure. He kissed my eyelids, my cheeks, my tears. His mouth made soft demands and greedily I obeyed.

Master. Suddenly I knew I was holding him and he was wrapping me closer and we were one, then two, then one person and I couldn’t tell where he began and I left off and he began again. He crushed me with his worry and love and I let him.

Master.

I felt it down my spine into my tailbone, into my thighs, my toes. I hung there on his eyes, my body thrumming to attention, patiently waiting for its next command even as my mind spun away into a cold, troubled place. It was easy, that word, to know it. To feel it. I didn’t have to wonder about what had been taken from me or what I was going to do in five minutes, ten, tomorrow, next week. He held me, swiftly unapologetic, brooking no argument and I knew what I needed to do and what I needed to say. Yes Sir, no Sir, as you wish, Sir. More, Sir. Harder, Sir.

Don’t.      Stop.      Sir.

 

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  10 comments for “Wanting it All #3

  1. Christina
    July 5, 2017 at 10:21 pm

    What happened? Where did this author go? I keep re-reading the books hoping that when I’ve finished the final one will appear. 😢

    • Cambell
      July 11, 2017 at 12:46 pm

      From what I’ve gathered through social media, she had a family issue and kinda fell off the face of the earth. She hasn’t updated any pages i.e. This one, Facebook, etc in over a year and there isn’t anything to suggest the last book will release anytime soon or at all. I wish her all the best. However, as an author myself, I tend to stay clear of these types of big cliffhanger endings unless I have finished the series and this is the reason. Life happens. Meanwhile supporters of your work are waiting around forever wondering what gives. There was a post on Facebook from one of her supporters a while back wishing her luck with her family issues but it was deleted rather quickly. That’s all I really know. I do hope anyone who can shed light does.

      • Christina
        July 11, 2017 at 1:40 pm

        Thank you, you’re answer was perfect. It’s all too easy for readers to forget that authors have real lives too. I wish her all the best.

  2. Chabella
    November 8, 2016 at 4:03 pm

    Can’t wait to read this… how much longer do I have to wait????

  3. Sharan
    August 10, 2016 at 2:14 am

    Is there a release date? Ihave re-read the first 2 too many times to count!

  4. Kim
    April 18, 2016 at 7:52 pm

    Do you have a release date r pre ordering available? I bought the others from Amazon and really want this in my purchased library. Thanks!

  5. Debbie
    January 8, 2016 at 9:48 am

    Is this book ever going to be available??

  6. Maddie
    December 7, 2015 at 12:50 pm

    When will it be available? I’ve been waiting a long time! ;0)

  7. April 30, 2015 at 7:23 am

    Can.
    Not.
    Wait!

  8. Charlie (aka Trisha)
    February 21, 2015 at 12:01 am

    Love it Jordan, can’t wait!!!

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