Quill & Ink

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Krystal Clear
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 40,090. Language: English. Published: January 20, 2018 and represented by Quill & Ink. Categories: Fiction » Erotica » BDSM, Fiction » Romance » Suspense
They thought their lives were settled. They were wrong. After rescuing Krystal from the Rattler Kings MC, Samuel promised to love and protect her forever. She trusted him to keep her safe. Then, the Favoloras Cartel roared into town, declaring blood debt. They had to run. How can you keep someone safe when there’s danger at every turn?
Price: Free! Words: 43,830. Language: American English. Published: October 18, 2017 and represented by Quill & Ink. Categories: Fiction » Romance » Suspense, Fiction » Romance » Contemporary
(5.00 from 1 review)
When Krystal McKenzie was rescued from the Rattler King MC, she was broken. She’d lost her voice, her memories, and her innocence in a brutal three days which would have repercussions for the rest of her life. After meeting Samuel Donahue, her knight in shining armor, they embark on a sensual, powerful relationship to give Krystal back her life.

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Smashwords book reviews by Quill & Ink

  • Her Master's Courtesan on Nov. 10, 2016

    This was one messed up ride. From the outset, I’m going to tell you why this only got four instead of five stars. Because I enjoyed it/was intrigued by it enough for a five star rating. It’s pretty simple: there were too many typos, and this could really benefit from a more thorough proofreading. Unfortunately that does affect my enjoyment of a book – and in ARCs, I will ignore it, trusting that it will be proofread before publishing. But when I purchase a book, I do have to comment. Anyway, enough with my gripe. Onto the good bits. I had to create a new shelf under ‘degradation’ for this, because humiliation just wasn’t cutting it. This is the darkest book I’ve ever read that isn’t part of the horror genre. And not only is it the darkest – by far – but it’s also probably one of the hottest, wonderfully fulfilling that fantasy many of us have at the back of our minds. Aiden was messed up. Rebecca was messed up. The sex was messed up. And yet when I was reading this book, I just could not put it down. Although it’s slightly more difficult to get hold of because the idiots at Amazon banned it, I’d absolutely recommend hunting a copy down on Smashwords if you’re a fan of the dark genre. This won’t disappoint. Above all, what I found the most intriguing about this was that Aiden isn’t a hero. And he can’t be described as an anti-hero either. He’s vile, awful and a liar, and still manages to be utterly compelling. I commend Lily White for writing such a character, and not falling into the typical happily ever after trap with all the loose ends tied up neatly. This is messy and raw. And oh-so-brilliant.