Author: Lexi Cubbins
Series: Savage at Heart #1
Genre: Contemporary Romance, Adult
Release date: Summer 2015, exact date TBA soon
apodyopsys \ap-O-dI-‘op-sis\ (n.) the act of mentally undressing someone.
Do you believe in love at first sight? Neither do I.
It takes zero point two seconds for your brain to identify love versus lust, it's a scientific fact. Your brain knows it. Your body knows it. What about your heart?
Undeniable chemistry can't be ignored. Temptation can be irresistible. You know you are inevitably going to get burned, but the carnal desperation you feel can't be easily brushed off.
The risk of being vulnerable and getting hurt is overcome by the possibility that fairytales may exist in the real world. They are just a little dirtier, messier and definitely less innocent.
Where does it lead?
Crushing hard. Falling even harder. Emotions run high, because how can they not?
Falling in love is easy. But love isn't only blind, but deaf, handicap and degenerate. An all-consuming love can take you down. You may never get up.
We instinctively tend to run away from things that could possibly hurt us. However, an intense relationship is at least real, not dull, predictable and boring. Even if it's raw and painful.
When you find someone who brings out the best and worst in you, you don't focus on the bad, but simply feel alive.
The moment your eyes meet is the point where your life turns on its axis.
Is it avoidable? Hell no.
Is it always flawless and perfect? Probably not.
Is it worth it? Absolutely.
Warning: 18+ This book is intended for a mature audience and isn't suitable for young readers.
Note: This book is part of a series but doesn't end on a cliffhanger, can be read as a standalone.
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About the Author:
Rock chick. Cookie master. Bookworm. Closet romantic. Lover of coffee, music and tattooed alpha males.
European native from a small country with wild dreams. Twenty-something stay-at-home big sister. Surprisingly smarter than your average blondie, but hides it well with sarcasm, sass and smartassery.
If there's something she loves more than writing, it's reading. She has an endless TBR list she's never going to devour. Admittedly sucks at writing reviews, though.