“What do you need, Petal? Tell me and I’ll let you have it,” he promised, ignoring the impulse to dominate her, to tell her what to do and how to please him.
Lily Travelle is a walking wet dream. When Tarq Marcellus was first introduced to her, he lost his mind in want of her delectable body, right in the middle of a business meeting. When he tries to use his power of persuasion to wipe her memory of his major faux pas, it doesn’t work. Humans aren’t supposed to be immune to the powers of immortals.
The next time they cross paths, it’s shortly after he’s been buried deep in a multitude of women, trying to get Lily out of his system. Not one could satisfy his new craving for dark hair and green eyes. This time, Tarq is going to have her in every way possible—and she’s going to love it.
Tarq is the first book of The Shadow, Inc. Series. Each book is a standalone novella centered around the Marcellus Family.
***This quick and dirty read is a 15k-word novella, complete with lots of steam, MFF erotica, a pinch of romance, and a HEA. Recommended for 18+.
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Cass Alexander is the pen name of a Southern born and bred public school teacher. Her brother, who insists she address him as, The Prince of Darkness, gave her the nom de plume after warning her that her books’ content may scar her sons for life.
She’s a connoisseur of fine humor, hilarious insults, and all things chocolate, preferably dark (like her humor). Oh, and wine. Let’s not forget the wine. Cass also enjoys running. It’s become crucial to her survival, due to her consumption of wine and chocolate.
Cass’s mission in life is to spread the love and the laughter, goodness knows it’s needed. It’s why she writes romantic humor (The Persimmon Series) and is now exploring erotic romance (The Shadow, Inc. Series). Everyone needs an escape sometimes.
Cass and her family now reside in the Midwest, where hardly anyone other than Cass says the words, y’all and holler.