I lie to survive.
Have since I was sixteen and my world fell into chaos. But I found a way to endure, or rather it found me. Now I’m a prisoner of my own doing, hiding behind a false mask so no one sees the truth. Not even the man I want but can’t have—Deck. But I messed up and the lies are spilling over, out of control.
Deck is unrelenting and will settle for nothing less than the truth. He demands everything from me—EVERYTHING—even if it rips me apart.
I kill for a living.
Unyielding—It’s how I survive in my line of work. I bend people to my will…except Georgie.
But that ends now.
I've played her game for far too long, but not anymore. Now I think it's time we play mine.
*18+ due to sexual content, strong language and violence.
This story hit me hard (due to Georgie's loss of her brother). Georgie is a young woman that had to hear her older brother was killed in action from his best friend (and the man she has had a thing for).
Deck, a controlling, dominating man, and while a military man, he is also the man that most people would run from if they met him in a dark alley. When it comes to this one woman though, he is protective, caring and loving.
Georgie is a fun loving, carefree and a young woman with the world in front of her, and then everything changed. Now she is sad, upset, in constant pain, and yet hiding from the world, well hiding from all except one person.
These two people are both in pain, hiding, and yet full of love. Together these two amazing people are consumed with each other. The question becomes, will they be able to find who they really are and be honest about their feelings for each other??
Nashoda Rose lives in Toronto with her assortment of pets. She writes contemporary (NA) romance with a splash of darkness, or maybe it’s a tidal wave. Her novella ""With You"" is the first in the Tear Asunder series, followed by the novel ""Torn from You"". When she isn’t writing, she can be found sitting in a field reading with her dog at her side while her horses graze nearby. She loves interacting with her readers on Facebook and chatting about her addiction—books.