than brushing shoulders with her vain and entitled classmates.
attending class and keeping up pretences.
them are willing to drop the walls they’ve spent so long building. But he can’t
resist the girl with stars in her eyes, and she can’t forget the guy who saved
her that night.
of her father’s greatest enemy.
duet. Due to mature content that some readers may find distressing, this book
is recommended for readers 18+
beautiful night,” I said from the shadows.
She glanced around, searching for me. When her eyes landed on me standing by
the corner of the building, she stood up. “What do you want?”
Bambolina.” I let out a weary sigh. “That is a loaded question.”
Lina took a step closer. The moonlight danced off the soft features of her
was so fucking beautiful.
kiss you.” I inched toward her, unable to resist the magnetic pull I felt
whenever I was around her. “I want to finish what we started earlier. I want to
feel you beneath me, hear you cry my name.”
to make you mine.
couldn’t get away from me fast enough earlier.” Her confused gaze cut me like a
thousand tiny blades over my skin.
what you think,” I said, moving closer still. Lina mirrored my movements until
we were standing in front of each other.
was close enough to touch.
happening to us, Nicco?” she whispered. “Why do I feel like this?”
you feel like?” I brushed the hair off her neck. She had a thick hoodie pulled
over her body, but I was still able to stroke the skin beneath her ear. Lina’s
eyes drifted closed as she inhaled a shaky breath.
you when you’re not there. I feel you when you’re close. I can’t get you out of
my head.” Her eyes opened again, fixing on mine. She smiled and it was like a bolt
of lightning to my heart.
innocent sweet girl was ruining me.
novels, L A is happiest writing the kind of books she loves to read: addictive
stories full of teenage angst, tension, twists and turns.Home is a small town in the middle of England where she currently juggles being
a full-time writer with being a mother/referee to two little people. In her
spare time (and when she’s not camped out in front of the laptop) you’ll most
likely find L A immersed in a book, escaping the chaos that is life.