Flesh: Part Seventeen by Sky Corgan

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

Flesh: part seventeen

Some people don't get a second chance.

Read the exciting conclusion to the Flesh series!

Lucian tries to make good on fixing everything in Amy's life that he has destroyed, but not all of the work is on him. Amy did Janice dirty by bailing on the apartment and leaving her stuck with rent that she couldn't afford. Now it's time to make amends.

Just when it seems that everything is going to be alright, a new twist is thrown into the mix that will change everything between Lucian and Amy forever.

Heat level: Hot

This is the seventeenth and final installment in this series.

Genre: FICTION / Romance / Contemporary

Secondary Genre: FICTION / Romance / Erotica

Language: English


Word Count: 9825

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:

It's like night and day. When I first moved in with Lucian, I was so afraid that something would go horribly wrong. Something always goes wrong with us. But things have been going eerily well. Better than eerily well, even.

While Lucian didn't finish his interior design contract with Environ Design, he had no qualms about me working on completing it in my spare time. I was concerned that one of the reasons why he hadn't finished it was because he wasn't ready to let go of his parents' things, but he didn't seem to mind at all as the movers carefully wrapped and boxed up everything. He said he was ready for a fresh start—ready to begin his new life with me. He even let me pack the pictures of his wife and son that seemed to be an ever-present fixture in the master bedroom, but those ended up in the closet instead of in storage.

Far be it from me to deny him access to his past life. I know he loved them both dearly. In truth, I would have let him keep them up as long as he needed to, but I'm kind of glad he let me take them down. The moment they were gone is when it truly felt like he was mine, and I couldn't help but smile at the thought of replacing all of those pictures with images of us.

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