Juliana Pratt is cursed. Her father's warned her many times she’s destined to be a wanton just like her adulteress mother. It’s why he’s kept her in all-girls schools, hidden away from his elite society. However, when her father's arrested for murder, he needs Juliana to come into the spotlight to portray the doting daughter. Juliana agrees to the interviews and talk shows, but before she goes on the two-week tour of lies about her father, and with him behind bars and unable to stop her, she must first take care of her starving curse.
And Juliana picks the perfect man to get the job done. She secures him to a bed, but fails terribly at finishing the task. Her thoroughly teased curse is left famished. Later, Juliana discovers that the man she’d chosen to fulfill her every fantasy is also the agent assigned to protect her for the next two weeks. Her curse becomes relentless and will stop at nothing until the delectable Agent T. Ryker has satisfied its hunger.
Agent T. Ryker prides himself on his discipline—that is, until his new assignment, Juliana Pratt, puts that renowned discipline to the ultimate test. Once he discovers that Juliana is the woman who drugged and handcuffed him to the bed in his hotel room, he also finds out her true identity. Ryker agrees to satisfy Juliana’s ravenous curse, but he has his own reasons for doing it, and it's not just to give Juliana’s body what it craves... for there is something else Agent T. Ryker wants from Juliana Pratt...
When engaged in conversation, Juliana Pratt tends to draw from her vast textbook knowledge. However—beneath his touch—Juliana can't find the appropriate words to describe the wicked things Agent T. Ryker does to her body!
To My Readers:
What happens when something pure collides with something tainted? Agent T. Ryker—the spawn of a rapist— believes his blood is contaminated. Juliana Pratt for years has been hidden away from the malice of society. When these two lives collide, craving disregards the diversity of their worlds. Like wildfire, their fervent passion grows, taking over everything around them...
About the Author:
Writing, what other way is there to describe it- it's my conviction. After working in the human health field profession for nearly two decades, I'm aware of how deficient many people's daily lives are of true human connection. Through my writing I strives to reconnect readers with those all-too-rare feelings of unquenchable desire, heated passion and splendid euphoria.