What He Wanted

After her father is murdered, Alexis Morgan is slowly starting to piece her life back together. She eventually returns to what has always brought her joy―dancing. But before she can get too comfortable, the cat and mouse games begin, all over again.

Sean Edwards had waited a long time to make Alexis his wife, and now he feels the timing is perfect. Although a married man, Alexis has always been t More

Available formats: epub

Words: 29,810
Language: English
ISBN: 9781311789549
About A Million Thoughts Publishing

N'Tyse is a Dallas, Texas native and bestselling author of My Secrets Your Lies and Stud Princess, Notorious Vendettas. While N'Tyse, pronounced entice, spells out exotic seduction, the true significance behind her name takes on an entire new meaning. Never Tell Your Secrets is the hidden message N'Tyse envelops within her stimulating taboo tales.

N'Tyse's writing career began at a very young age where she found poetry, music, and story-telling as an outlet of escape. Now 29, the writer's obsession with the pen is better described as the "intimate release" for her imagination. In 2007, she ambitiously penned and self published her freshmen novel, My Secrets Your Lies. Upon the release of her first book, she discovered that her hobby-writing was no longer just a niche to satisfy that writing crave, but a true talent where her underlying passion awaited. In late October 2010, N'Tyse acquired a literary agent and soon after landed her first major publishing deal with Strebor / Simon & Schuster.

N'Tyse currently juggles her writing career as a wife, mom, and full time personal banker. Her latest published works include her sophomore novel Stud Princess, Notorious Vendettas. Her featured shorts include Caramel Latte (Purple Panties II Missionary No More), Illicit Fantasy (Bedtime Stories), and Motel Lovers (Erotic Snapshots). Twisted Seduction, a ZANE Presents novel, releases April 2012.

For more updates, go beyond the pages and satisfy your curiosity. www.ntyse.com

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