Flesh: Part Five by Sky Corgan

The fifth installment in the bestselling Flesh series by USA Today bestselling author Sky Corgan

Flesh: part five

Fleshfest is coming.


Amy is completely torn up from her relationship with Lucian. One minute, he seems like he's actually interested in her. The next, he acts like she's nothing but a plaything to him. Amy can't handle it anymore, and she decides to take a stand. The outcome is unexpected, and Amy finds herself wandering further into Lucian's world than she ever imagined she'd go.

Heat level: Mild

This is the fifth installment in an episodic series.

Genre: FICTION / Romance / Contemporary

Secondary Genre: FICTION / Romance / General

Language: English

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Word Count: 9956

Sales info:

This series has over 500 five-star reviews. Many of the installments have been in the top 200 of the overall Amazon US store. Some have reached #1 in their genre category.


Sample text:

“So, sugar lips, were you able to keep the kitten in the cattery?” Derrick's words are full of mockery, as if he expects me to have slipped up, which I did.

I push my keyboard aside and rest my head in my arms, groaning. I can't even look at him, I'm so guilty.

“Well?” He nudges my back.

“Can we not talk about this?” I lift my head up and rub my face with my hands, not caring that I'm smearing my makeup.

All morning, I've been a blubbering mess. You'd think that sleeping with an incredibly hot guy would bolster my self-confidence. Not me though. I'm a weirdo. Everything going through my mind is negative.

Was I so desperate that I couldn't resist Lucian? How could I not see that all he wanted was sex? I knew this would screw me up emotionally, and yet I did it anyway. I deserve to feel like this. Like a worthless slut.

“It looks like you had a late night.” He frowns at me.

“Don't you have a job to do?” I snap, not wanting to deal with him.

I expect Derrick to recoil and go back to his desk, but instead, he kneels beside me, his expression sympathetic. “Hey, Amy.” He waits until I turn to look at him before he continues, “I'm sorry. It's honestly none of my business. I just want to make sure you're okay. Because you don't look okay.”

All of my emotions surge to the surface in a flood, and I allow him to see the tears running down my face. My voice is a hushed whisper as I break down in front of him. “Oh, Derrick. I'm not okay.”


Book translation status:

The book is available for translation into any language except those listed below:

LanguageStatus
Dutch
Translation in progress. Translated by Marlies Perman
Portuguese
Already translated. Translated by JOÃO ROSSI PARREIRAS
Spanish
Already translated. Translated by Miguel León

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