Reader beware: Dark, hot, and steamy inside – Book Review by Holly Irish

The Devil's Kiss (Devil's Kiss, #1)
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Holy Wow! I’m at a loss for words for this review. To say this book stretched my boundaries on reading “romance”, is an understatement! I was enthralled from the very first page and couldn’t put it down. What I mean is that I was planing to read only a few pages before bed, but ended up staying up til 2am finish it. This book is an erotica and it’s rough. Like I said it stretched my limits. My emotions were going crazy, from crying because of a characters situation to wanting to kill another. Read this book at your own risk! It’s well worth it.
Book Summary:
Kayla Sutton faces a question no mother wants to face: what would you do to save your daughter? Broke and desperate, she siphons thousands from her employer to pay for her daughter’s life-saving treatment, but when Gage Channing discovers her theft, she is shocked to learn that her domineering boss has no intention of turning her over to the police. Instead he issues an ultimatum—give him her sexual submission, or go to jail.
Backed into a corner by a man with no shame, Kayla must find the strength to travel down the path of pain and pleasure. But when her past catches up to her, prompting a free fall into forbidden territory with a man she once loved, Kayla realizes nothing is black and white when everyone around her has secrets.
NOTE TO READERS: THE DEVIL’S KISS is a dark romance with a BDSM edge that does NOT conform to safe, sane, and consensual practices. Includes explicit content and subject matter that may offend some readers. Intended for mature audiences. Approximately 52,000 words.
By Holly Irish

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