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Welcome to Crash by Lina Langley

Welcome to Crash by Lina Langley

Damien almost has everything that he wants. He’s obtained a job at the exclusive art studio Crash, has an almost boyfriend (Levi), friends and family.

From his first day at work something seems off to Damien. There was no interview process or screening. He received a hand written letter in the mail letting him know he’d been accepted for the job.

The man Damien works for is supposed to be dead, his co-worker is extremely unorthodox, and modern technology doesn’t seem to exist.

Everything around Damien becomes tilted. Things that were perfect before are now skewed. He can’t put his finger on the issue but something is not right. As time passes Damien becomes more absorbed with his work and co-worker and questioning his life with Levi.

Once his seizures start again everyone around Damien begins to question his sanity. Is he right in insisting his belief is truth? Or are the others right in that he’s been hallucinating?

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Dark Lessons by Julia Sykes

Dark Lessons by Julia Sykes

If you’ve followed the Impossible Series (not necessary to read this book) then you’ve already met main MC Jason Harper. He’s put on a nice front, but lately we’ve seen some cracks in that armor.

Sam, our friendly cyber chick, recently relayed some information about how the love of Jason’s life was killed.

Dark Lessons is the story of how Jason met Natalie.

After a night of “friendly” liaisons they part ways only to discover that Natalie is a recruit for the FBI and Jason is an instructor. Jason can’t let her go. She’s a natural submissive to his Dom. The chemistry between the two is palpable. They chose to move forward in their relationship, Natalie learning the workings of BDSM in the most unconventional way. Until she’s murdered during a training exercise.

Or is she?


 

 

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