Sinfully Ours by Sasha
Publication date: November 30th 2015
Genres: New Adult, Romance
Savannah: If you had a chance to roam with the Devil on earth or take God’s hand to heaven, which would you choose?
Dominick: I think without a doubt, I’d choose God’s hand.
Savannah: I used to think so too.
Savannah and Dominick share the same last name but not the same parents.
It’s… complicated, as most everything has always been between them.
But they would never have it any other way.
This is the story of how two members from the same notorious crime family found love, solace and acceptance in no one else but each other.
How the only man this woman ever trusted with her life became her sole destruction and only salvation. How they both learned to survive their own darkest thoughts and erotic desires, painful experiences and deepest fears of the unknown through no one else but each other. How they almost fell apart each time his passion for her turned deadly for others. And how in the end, he managed to save her from herself and the life of dread she was so sure she was destined to lead.
Note for Potential Readers:
“Sinfully Ours…” is a complete story and the first in a series of standalones. But before diving in, you should know that this book is dark, period. No ifs, ands, buts. It is filled with lots of pain, tears, heartbreak and angst. But there is also hope. The idea of an HEA between the leads is tricky, but not completely improbable.
Please be advised that Savannah & Dominick are related but are not biologically brother/sister. If you’re not into atypical or unconventional romances, please put this book down and walk away. This story is messy, gritty, destructive, over the top and unstable. It contains highly intense, possibly offensive and uncomfortable themes such as (a lot of) swearing, violence (some toward women), death, attempted suicide, alcohol and drug abuse, consensual and non-consensual sex, infidelity, F/M/F and F/F sexual exploration; most all of which are described in graphicdetail. I’m going to be real, some scenes and phrases are just downright lewd and crude, maybe even nasty and dirty and possibly hard to absorb. There are absolutely no punches pulled here; what you see is exactly what you are getting. This book is not suitable for anyone under the age of eighteen or those not interested in some of the *harsher* themes in a story such as this.
Please take heed to these warnings as they may be triggers for some, sample the opening pages and forge ahead with caution as this is by no means a light and fluffy read. Thank you.
Will be found here come release day: http://www.amazon.com/Sasha/e/B00XJ5E57C/ref=ntt_athr_dp_pel_pop_1
“Sasha” is the pen name for author Kiki Leach, whose more conventional works include contemporary dramas about spoiled twenty-somethings living it up in NYC, and fairytale retellings. She enjoys wine, skittles, Hershey’s chocolate bars and creating secret stories on the side that will make you ask yourself “WTF did I just read?”. In. That. Order.