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Rebecca Berto is the author or the dark contemporary/literary novella, PRECISE and the new adult contemporary romance novel, DROWNING IN YOU. She is also a freelance editor. She writes stories that are a bit sexy, and straddle the line between Literary and Tear Your Heart Out. She gets a thrill when her readers are emotional reading her stories, and gets even more of a kick when they tell her so. She’s strangely imaginative, spends too much time on her computer, and is certifiably crazy when she works on her fiction. Rebecca Berto lives in Melbourne, Australia with her boyfriend and their doggy.

Book review : “Jane’s Melody” by Ryan Winfield

18632103Title: Jane’s Melody

Author: Ryan Winfield

Genre: Contemporary Romance

Publication date: June 2013

My ratingNovel Girl - 3.5 stars

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What boundaries would you cross for true love?

That’s the question a grieving mother must answer when she takes in a young street musician she believes can shed light on her daughter’s death—only to find herself falling for him. A sexy but touching love story that will leave you both tantalized and in tears, Jane’s Melody follows a forty-year-old woman on a romantic journey of rediscovery after years of struggling alone.

Sometimes our greatest gifts come from our greatest pain. And now Jane must decide if it’s too late for her to start over, or if true love really knows no limits.

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5181210Jane’s Melody is a sweet, lovely romance. I was excited to begin it because it was a little different and that captured my attention. Jane is 40 and her love interest is an almost-25-year-old guy, Caleb. A guy who happens to be connected to her daughter. When Jane meets Caleb she doesn’t know how exactly, and pursues him secretly to find out more about her daughter through him. Because Jane didn’t really know who her daughter was in the last few years of her short twenty years. She was an addict and for the last year Jane hadn’t spoken to her at all since she’d taken off from home.

Part of what made me love this book early on were the poignant moments. Ryan Winfield writes simply and emotionally and maybe more so than other female writers. I was so entranced by how much he’d nailed the voice. Quotes like this:

“I remember reading somewhere that you have to learn to love yourself before you can love someone else. But I don’t think it’s true. I think you have to learn to forget yourself before you can love someone else. At least I seem to forget about myself when I’m with you.”

. . . had me. sigh.

Caleb was a treasure to learn about. Yes he was fifteen years younger than Jane but he was both the dominant man when it counted, but the younger boy other times. Reading about the two of them put a smile on my face for most of the novel. They matched so well.

“I don’t know if I have the right words, but love is this feeling I get when I look at you. A feeling that as long as you’re near me, or in the world even, then everything will be okay. That everything has meaning. It’s as if the world was all shades of sepia—like an old movie reel—and that everywhere I looked I saw suffering and pain. Then I heard your voice, I saw your face, and somehow the color came into everything.”

But unfortunately the twist at 3/4 through just did not work for me. I was disappointed and made myself read on since I’d come so far. The way the stakes/conflict were upped didn’t have enough reasoning to make me excited, and rather did the opposite. The ending happened quickly, so I didn’t get to experience their happiness.

Nevertheless of my feelings of its shortfalls, this is an emotional, romantic, sweet and beautiful story. I’m glad I tried it! :)

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Prologue excerpt + ARC Giveaway: “Torrent” by Gemma James

TORRENT by Gemma James (pen name for Christina Jean Michaels) is the first book in a new series by the author that made me fall in love with her previous BDSM serial of novellas. I loved the depth, erotic nature and characters so, so much.

Today, I’m giving you the chance to win a copy of her upcoming release!

WARNING! » This is an extremely dark romance with disturbing themes and explicit content that includes sexual situations and violence. Intended for adult readers 18+ only. Not for those offended by dark subject matters.

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We’d left the gravesite two hours ago, but Mom’s lifeless eyes still accused me. The memory of finding her dead in the bathtub, the water deep and murky with her blood, embedded in my brain like a tattoo I couldn’t erase.

I stood in my bedroom, a space inundated with white lacy subterfuge, and sensed the uprising in my soul. Grief turned and boiled with a vengeance. I clenched my hands and crossed them over heaving breasts but couldn’t stop the eruption. I’d been simmering too long, unchecked. I hated my perfect room, my perfect family, my perfect life. Appearances were deceitful bitches that lied and covered the ugly truth.

“Open the door, Lex!” Frantic fists pounded, and I covered my ears to block out my step-brother’s barrage on the door. The first drop of misery fell from my eyes and despite squeezing them shut, I was incapable of stemming the mental pictures. They flickered in my head like a child’s View-Master reel.

I relived Mom’s horrified expression the night she heard me cry out, recalled the condemnation in her voice when she yelled at Zach to get out of my room. I still saw her wide eyes—the same green as mine—staring at me blankly a few days later, open and void as the life bled from her wrists.

“Let me in!”

“Go away!” I screamed, repulsed by the mere sound of his voice. A sob caught in my throat, and my body shook with the effort of holding back. I was trapped inside myself, a prisoner of rage and despair. Bursting with the need to tear into something, I dug my nails into my arms.

Her face wouldn’t leave my mind. Her beautiful face, twisted with shock and disgust at what she’d walked in on. I’d been too ashamed to explain. Now it was too late. I’d never see her again, never again inhale the sweet scent of jasmine as she embraced me.

Zach’s fault. My fault.

My nails dragged down pale flesh, almost of their own volition, and left behind ugly red streaks. Letting out a roar, I hefted a chair into the vanity mirror. My reflection shattered with an echo, a grotesque replica of my soul. I was unstoppable, insane with the need to destroy, to create the sound over and over again. Breaths coming in shallow gasps, I swept candles onto the floor, followed by pictures and perfumes. My entire makeup collection crashed onto the white carpet where the colors stained with flawless imperfection, but the pressure in my chest wouldn’t subside.

The assault on my door grew in strength, and I thought I picked up another voice blending with Zach’s. Had to be my imagination. Dad had barricaded himself in his bedroom, just like me, though he had a sedative and a bottle of Jack to keep him company.

Afternoon sunshine streamed through the lace curtains, an assault of warmth on my face, and I scowled. The skies should have opened, should have drenched the earth until it drowned. On that day, the day I’d watched my mother go into the ground, the whole fucking world should’ve cried until their eyes bled.

I grasped the lamp on my nightstand and hurtled it through the window, eliciting that glorious sound of splintering glass again, and I screamed until my voice went raw like the rest of me. The door broke under Zach’s struggle to get inside, and I fell backward, landing hard on the bed with both hands raised.

“Leave me alone,” I said with a pleading sob. He’d never gone so far as to break down my door. My room had been my only sanctuary, other than those few horrible occasions when I found him lying in wait in the darkness; those times when I wasn’t quick enough to escape within my four walls and turn the lock. “Don’t touch me!”

Strong hands encircled my wrists and pulled them to the sides, but it was Rafe’s beautiful green eyes staring back and not my brother’s. Tension seeped from my bones, left me weightless, and I exhaled in relief when he knelt in front of me, elbows resting on my thighs. A significant moment passed, locking the two of us in that short span of time when the world magically receded.

“I’ve got you. Everything’s gonna be okay.” His arms wound around my trembling body, and I went limp in the cocoon of his embrace.

Zach stood off to the side, arms crossed and gaze shooting daggers in our direction. I stiffened under the threat of his jealousy, and not even Rafe’s warmth could combat the chill that seized me. I wanted to believe him so badly, but nothing would ever be okay again.

Copyright © 2014 Gemma James

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Blunt and honest truths about my intentions for “The Rental”

326e2be500bd86d90ace2e75f9a75894I want to be blunt and honest with you. I’ve been giving hints about The Rental, but it’s time I let you in on my intentions.

This is first book in my erotic romance series. Vee and Rick’s journey to happiness together is explored and enhanced through sexual discovery, which is as important as the emotional romantic journey.

This isn’t a story about BDSM or Dom/Sub. What you’ll experience will be a sexual and boundary-pushing journey into exploring Vee and Rick’s, and maybe even your own, desires. This is a love story, and one where kink and sexuality is as important as the emotional romance.

That’s what this book is about: exploring human desire and the journey to get to true satisfaction.

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“The Rental” – a teaser blurb and sexy picture!

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Erotic Romance
Book #1 of The Rental series
Release date: (coming 2014)

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he belongs to a dark & lucrative world
she has nothing to lose, everything to gain

until she learns the rules
she leaves; no future
he leaves; death

join the world of The Rental

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I’m back with The Rental, and it’s fresher and hotter than ever!

I’ve been pretty silent recently, and that’s because I’ve been working hard on my next release. It’s an erotic romance, and while I’m still working on the blurb and a new cover for it, I do have updates in the form of AH-MAY-ZING pictures and GIFs.

WARNING: What you are about to see is explicit and steamy hot, so proceed at your own risk ;)

First she was sad

and then he came


and they couldn’t stop even when they should have

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but then her world shattered in an instant


and she fell into a dark place alone and hurting


but she re-united with him


and they did this

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and then he was less careful


and then all of this happened

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and this mind-blowing kind of stuff … *faints*


Does that give you an idea of the story although I can’t provide you with the new cover or blurb yet? ;) hehe I hope so! You can view those photos and GIFs to your heart/body’s content and share this post all over social media.

I’m taking my time to perfect this book for you, but you can bet I’m working as fast as I can without burning out.

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Book review : “Scoring Wilder” by R.S. Grey

21843117Title: Scoring Wilder

Author: R.S. Grey

Genre: New Adult Contemporary Romance

Publication date: June 15, 2014

My ratingNovel Girl - 4 stars

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What started out as a joke— seduce Coach Wilder—soon became a goal she had to score.

With Olympic tryouts on the horizon, the last thing nineteen-year-old Kinsley Bryant needs to add to her plate is Liam Wilder. He’s a professional soccer player, America’s favorite bad-boy, and has all the qualities of a skilled panty-dropper.

• A face that makes girls weep – check.
• Abs that can shred Parmesan cheese (the expensive kind) – check.
• Enough confidence to shift the earth’s gravitational pull – double check.

Not to mention Liam is strictly off limits. Forbidden. Her coaches have made that perfectly clear. (i.e. “Score with Coach Wilder anywhere other than the field and you’ll be cut from the team faster than you can count his tattoos.”) But that just makes him all the more enticing…Besides, Kinsley’s already counted the visible ones, and she is not one to leave a project unfinished.

Kinsley tries to play the game her way as they navigate through forbidden territory, but Liam is determined to teach her a whole new definition for the term “team bonding.”

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Scoring Wilder is a sexy, hilarious, coming-of-age romance between an up and coming soccer-star hopeful (Kinsley Bryant) wanting to make the Olympic tryouts, and soccer’s best and baddest star (Liam Wilder).

Kinsley has been cheated on by two boyfriends in a row, but she doesn’t become “woe is me” and I love this about her. She’s one of the few non-annoying female main characters in books aimed for women. Early on we meet one of the seniors, Tara—best described is a word that rhymes with witch—who has it out for Kinsley. Kinsley gets treated like dirt by her, and contemplates speaking out, but also from the start of the novel she crushes on Liam Wilder, and it’s soon apparent they have a thing. Kinsley can’t shake her attraction for Liam, and soon we see that the attraction goes both ways. Everything becomes twisted in the quest to have Liam, to not get him in trouble, or her, and to stay out of Tara’s evil games.

Liam Wilder is helping out with the girl’s soccer team. He’s been in hot water with his sponsors and needs to clean up his act. So here he is helping out when he gets to know Kinsley. Things become intimate and hot with the two of them and their practically forbidden relationship, him being coach and all.

If you’re looking for a light comedy with a sexy side, Scoring Wilder is your novel. I loved reading it. It was easy and addictive, and nothing stupid happened as a plot device in order to keep the story going. Becca, as Kinsley’s sidekick, is funny and keeps the scenes moving, adding much of the comedic relief in the story. The relationship between our main characters doesn’t start up right away, instead there is interest that turns to angst, and angst that turns into many very satisfying scenes.

From about 70% onwards, though, the story seemed to have tied up mostly. It didn’t drag, but I did read that last ~ 1/3 of the novel wondering what would pop out and ruin things because most of it was happy and dandy. It felt a bit strange, because I felt like I would pay later for getting awesome scenes without anything standing between Kinsley and Liam. In the end, other little things were tied up, but the ending did feel a bit … anticlimactic? I enjoyed it, but it still had that sense to it.

Great book overall!

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Cover reveal: “A Safe Space” by E.M. Tippetts

 I am thrilled to share this gorgeous cover and excerpt for A Safe Space by my friend, E.M. Tippetts! Don’t forget to add it to Goodreads!

TitleA Safe Space

Author: E.M. Tippetts

Genre: New Adult Contemporary Romance

Cover Designer: Okay Creations, Sarah Hansen

Release date: July 2014

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Everyone needs a safe space.

For Lizzie Warner, that space has always been in front of the camera on her hit show, or on stage to a sold out concert arena. Since before she can remember, she’s been a star, but that may be about to change.

She’s nineteen. Her show has been cancelled and now she’s going to play the lead in a new prime time drama series, but is the world ready to take her seriously, or will she be typecast as the cute tween queen forever?

Her network has decided to be aggressive and has invested millions of dollars in an ad campaign for her show, money she’s not sure she can earn back. Her co-star can’t stand her, and the writing for the show turns out to be poor at best. The only reason Lizzie didn’t walk away from the job offer to begin with is because she’s broke, the victim of a decade of bad money management.

Then there’s Devon, the personal trainer at her gym. Arrogant and abrasive, he’s the last guy she should ever find attractive, but she has a hopeless crush on him anyway, and he doesn’t seem entirely disinterested either. In fact, sometimes he’s downright sweet to her. If only he weren’t an untamable bad boy who uses and dumps women like they’re nothing. Though Lizzie’s friends warn her to stay away, he’s the only person who can create what she needs: a safe space. But is there any way she can break him of his years’ long habit of being a user?

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As Devon swaggers through the gym, there’s a sweep of female heads turning, like the wake behind a boat in water. He ignores them, though, and comes straight to me.

My mind races, desperate to have a witty response ready for whatever obnoxious, arrogant crack he’s about to make. I avert my eyes from his toned body, flawless complexion, and those piercing hazel eyes. (I never thought of hazel as a piercing color before I met this guy.)

I stand in my designer blouse, jeans, and boots by the exit with my roommate, Kyra, who digs in her purse for her keys, oblivious to his approach. When she looks up, her mouth turns down in a scowl. “Don’t, Devon,” she says.

“Don’t what?” His eyes are wide with innocence and his mouth is curled into its usual smirk.

I draw myself up to my full height, unsure whether I should look right at him defiantly or look away, as if he’s beneath my notice. If this were scene, I think, and he were the male romantic lead… wait, do I want to think of him as the romantic lead? Does that give too much of my hand away? Suffice it to say I’m not navigating this situation with the kind of cool, collected air I aspire to.

“Have a good day, Veronica,” he says to me.

“That,” says Kyra. “Stop calling her that. Lizzie is what we call an actress. The stuff you see her do on television isn’t real. Let me know if I’m throwing too many concepts at you too fast.”

He directs his attention to her.

Now, I think, here’s my chance. I should mock him for watching children’s television (that’s where I played the “Veronica” he’s referring to), or double down on Kyra’s insult about not understanding that I’m an actress. Anything to puncture his ego.

I’ve acted on a show watched by millions of people around the world, sang whole concerts to sold out arena venues, and in front of this one guy, I choke. I cannot string together a coherent insult. My only saving grace is that he isn’t looking at me and doesn’t see my blank and no doubt embarrassed expression.

“Hey, so you said you wanted to know a good app for a pedometer,” he says to Kyra, whipping out his phone and showing her the screen.

The moment for trading insults has passed and I just stand, feeling like a third wheel while my roommate talks to her personal trainer, her silky black ponytail bobbing as he shows her some options.

“All right, bandwrecker?” he jibes.

There, another opportunity. He just insulted Kyra. I should say… something.

“That should be fine, man-whore,” she replies. “Let’s go Lizzie. Hey, you gonna wish Lizzie good luck for her first day on the set of her new show?”

“I’m still not over All About Veronica being cancelled. This is a painful moment for me,” he replies.

“Why do you watch Nickelodeon?” I blurt out.

“It’s quality programming,” he says without missing a beat. “And as your roommate here will tell you, it’s at my intellectual level.” He holds his hand horizontal to the floor, at about waist height. Then with a wink he turns away. “Ladies,” he says to a couple of women ogling him on the gym floor. “May I help you with anything?”

They both giggle and it’s clear they have him pegged for the superficial, commitment adverse player that he is. It’s also clear that he doesn’t mind. His confidence doesn’t diminish, not even a little bit, that’s how sure he is that he can have his way with any girl he wants. From what I’ve seen, he’s right.

Kyra shoots him a withering look behind his back. But that fades as soon as she turns to me. “You ready?”

I shake my head.

“You’ll kill it,” she says, leaning on the door that opens to the parking garage. “You can do this.”

I follow her out and do my best to act confident. A glance over my shoulder reveals that Devon’s paused to watch us leave. I look away fast. He’s a jerk, I tell myself. He’s a user. It doesn’t matter that he’s gorgeous; I work in Hollywood. Gorgeous is normal.

It’s as if there’s always a spotlight on Devon, though. No matter where he is in the room, I can sense him out of the corner of my eye.

Kyra holds out her hand, and we fist bump before we part ways, her to her red Jeep Liberty that she calls “Libby,” and me to the car that waits at the curb. I greet the driver as I climb in the back.

He turns to hand me the half-caff soy latte I requested he pick up on the way, and then we’re off.

I shut my eyes and pinch the bridge of my nose. I can do this. I can do this. The set is a safe space. A safe space. This is the mantra that has worked for me for over a decade. Don’t get me wrong, acting classes and coaching help a lot too, but this was the secret my mother unlocked for me at the very beginning of it all. People respect the set and the stage. There are social rules that prevent them from mocking or laughing. The more relaxed and expressive you can be, the more people respect what you do, provided you’re inside that safe space.


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Author bio:

Emily Mah Tippetts writes science fiction as Emily Mah and sweet romance as E.M. Tippetts. A lifelong New Mexican, she lives with her family in Santa Fe, though she’s been known to spend years at a time in the UK, her second home. Aside from being a writer, she’s been a lawyer and jeweler, and is currently a stay at home mother, polymer clay artist, book designer/formatter, and owner of E.M. Tippetts Book Designs.


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Book review + GIVEAWAY: “Hate To Love You” by Elise Alden

96949eb82c4c4ca35087d021a1991d74Title: Hate To Love You

Author: Elise Alden

Genre: Contemporary Romance

Publication date: June 2, 2014

My ratingNovel Girl - 5 stars

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Despite my slutty reputation, I was technically a virgin at eighteen. But it turns out all those sex-ed teachers aren’t just trying to scare you. The faint positive on a budget pregnancy test sent me spinning, moments before meeting my sister’s snooty new fiancé.

Shaking hands with upper-crusty James was like downing a triple shot of vodka. Dizzy with desire, confused by my body’s reaction, and shocked by the possessiveness flashing in his eyes, I deceived him that night and told the world at their wedding reception.

The truth?
I slept with my sister’s fiancé. Hot and sweaty, all night long in a room so dark he couldn’t tell I wasn’t her.

The lie? 
Said fiancé is the father of my child. The one I signed over my rights to just before he was born.

That was seven years ago. 

It’s time to come clean.

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Author, Elise Alden

If you’re looking for a traditional romance that is however very unconventional, then this novel is for you! I read most of it in a day and that’s coming from a reader who takes 3-6 days to finish a normal novel.

See, Elise Alden gave me a tonne of reasons to hate Paisley, the main character, and a few even to hate James, the love interest, but what can I say? I really appreciate and tip my hat to her as the author for daring to make leading characters have qualities that other authors shy away from, instead making characteristics to enhance likeability. I think inside we all want to do nasty things, think them at least, and maybe even do some them in our lives. For this reason, I completely connected with Paisley. If you’re looking for a sweet, innocent, heroic and selfless main character you’d be approaching this book the wrong way. This book, in my opinion, does become selfless but it is a wild friggin ride along the way to get there.

Poor Paisley has a few nasty works of art in her life, in her parents and sister. I couldn’t help but expect the teenager she turned into given how they treated her growing up.

James is so proper and British and upstanding … but Paisley is a dirty little girl who knows how to reveal the inner man and boy did I enjoy seeing the layers of his character.

Please do buy this book and give it a go though you might have heard opposing things. Hopefully I’ve straightened it all out for you. Hate To Love You is a traditional romance but written and plotted in a very unconventional way. I loved to hate, and loved to love, these two lead characters, and the supporting cast all shine, too. 

Highly recommend!

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Bargain box set alert: 5 books, 1,200+ pages: $0.99, “The Collection” by Rebecca Berto‏

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All of my books
every single word I’ve published
now in one eBook, practically FREE ($0.99).

. . . Introducing, The Collection, a box set.

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In this bargain box set collection, grab five books from Amazon bestselling author, Rebecca Berto. That’s over 1,200 print pages in one angsty, emotional, dark, and sexy eBook!

The contents include:

Drowning in You (New Adult Contemporary Romance)

Charlee and Dexter have secretly crushed on each other for years, but it’s only when a horrific skiing accident kills her mother and critically injures her father that the two are united through circumstance. Their feelings heat up despite the cruel twist of fate. Like an addiction, one look, one touch, one taste–they’re hooked no matter the consequences.

Entwine (Contemporary Romance)

One night Sarah meets a sexy, alluring and mysterious man at a train station and they have a whirlwind night together, filled with passion and promise for more. But then they discover something. Something that meant they were never two strangers at a train station. And it threatens to tear their future apart before it, really, ever begins.

Precise (Pulling Me Under #0.5) (Women’s Fiction)

Katie grew up believing she was a sick, evil, selfish child by her own mother, Rochelle, a woman who suffers from terrible demons herself. Now Katie is pregnant and her mother wants nothing more than for her to end the baby’s life before it even begins. Hell hath no fury like Rochelle with a vengeance to make Katie pay for ruining her life.

Pulling Me Under (Pulling Me Under #1) (Women’s Fiction X Suspense)

By day, Katie is left with her daughter Ella’s questions about where Daddy went, and at night she’s consumed with nightmares of the moment he died. Katie fears her mother will take Ella away. Through it all, her and Paul’s best friend, Liam is there. Torn between Liam’s feelings and losing Ella, one night she runs. In the morning, in a strange bed, she can’t remember the night before.

Being Kalli (New Adult Contemporary Romance)

Burdened with a dark secret, Kalli lives for wild parties. To be herself. So what’s one kiss with her friend, Nate, or dropping to her knees between his legs? She didn’t count on Nate. He may be “normal”, but he has a dark past of his own. He’s very capable of satisfying her, not only under her clothes, but in her heart, too. She just doesn’t know it yet.