What a wild ride it was writing Angel and Liberty! Their story is by far my most "thrilling" to date, so get ready for plot twists and for nothing to be as it seems. It is a trilogy, and the cliffhangers for the first two books are monsters, so beware of finishing late at night. You might wake the neighbors.
That’s the word that best describes my current predicament.
Kidnapped and taken to a private island full of hungry, depraved men, it seems like my situation can’t get any worse, but, unfortunately, I’m not sure that’s true. The mystery of how I got here reeks of betrayal, and I don’t know how much more of it I can take. It’s starting to seem like lies and deceit are all that I know.
The only crumb of comfort I have comes from one of the island residents, a man I’m told to call Mr. A.
He isn’t quite like the rest, and he gives me hope I can’t help but cling to in a place like this. I hear the rumors, learn why he keeps me at the island manor instead of taking me for himself, and still, I try to put my trust in him like he asks.
Because on an island of monsters, what choice do I have? I want to believe his intentions are pure … but will he turn out to be the biggest liar of them all?
That’s what Liberty needs.
The woman is as foolish as she is brave and has a wild heart that’s been a thorn in my side since she arrived on the island. She has me breaking all the rules I set for myself while demanding I break more. The easiest thing would be to distance myself, allow her fate to be out of my hands.
Problem is, I still want her. And I don’t see that changing.
I’ll have to find a way to tame her instead.
That’s what Liberty has been to me since she walked into my life. First by another man. Then by myself.
I waited years to have her, spent my nights craving her, did my best to cage her, and none of it has worked out the way I planned.
As far as I can see, there’s only one thing left to do…
Let go and hope she claims me too.