She’s mine. She’s always been mine, married or not.
When my girl, Steph, walked into my place of work one autumn day last year, I thought fate had given us a second chance, until I saw the ring on her finger.
Nothing stops me from getting what I want, least of all a piece of jewellery. But my desperate need for her is my undoing.
I’ve always been a selfish A-hole with a capital A, and that’s never gonna change.
She’s always been a selfless soul and would forgive me for anything.
But she may not be so forgiving this time.
I’ve pushed away the one woman I love above all else and the one woman who loved me unconditionally.
Seeing her again, I want to rip her clothes off, but the only thing that’s off is our timing, as usual.
As things go from bad to worse, can I win back her heart, or is our relationship forever in the past?
Content Warnings / Notes
The Temptation Series is a characters positive journey to body acceptance. The female character battles negative societal pressure to lose weight, however, the eventual message in the series is uplifting and liberating. While this book does not focus on the characters weight, book 1 does.
- Diet culture and some fat-phobic remarks
- Mature themes and graphic sexual content
- Cursing and vulgar language
- Infidelity (female character)
- Discussions on a past pregnancy loss and stillbirth (past experiences off page).
Content warning: Mature themes. Infidelity. Discussions on pregnancy loss and stillbirth (past experiences off page).
Book 2 of a series. This completes Cal and Steph’s story.
Reposted from @kygirlreads
This is Book 2 in the Temptation Series and you MUST read the first. Annie Charme did it once again with this book in finding a way to break you down and build you back up from start to finish. When I tell you there are few books that I stay up until 5 in the morning trying to finish…this has made my list. While the type of pain and heartache differs in this book from the first, the amount is still there. I loved seeing Steph and Cal navigate this new chapter and all the trials it held for them both. There were no easy moments for anyone involved in this story and I was living for it. There was no white knight, no savior swooping in to save the damsel in distress. The characters were real, raw, and authentic to our world. Click here for more…