Flesh: Part Twelve by Sky Corgan

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

Flesh: part twelve

It's Flesh or me. You have to choose.

It's easy for Amy to pretend that she doesn't care about Lucian when he's not standing right in front of her. For as much as she wants to resist him though, her attraction to him can't be ignored.

A heated dinner turns into an even more heated scene in Lucian's dungeon. He refuses to give up working at Flesh, and he's about to show Amy why. She's determined to be his everything, but will her resolve still hold firm when she sees the monster that he can become?

Heat level: Spicy

This is the twelfth installment in an episodic series.

Genre: FICTION / Romance / Contemporary

Secondary Genre: FICTION / Romance / General

Language: English


Word Count: 13036

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:

My heart is heavy as I sit in my apartment waiting for Lucian. I've been leaning against the back of the sofa, staring at the door for the past twenty minutes. Not so much staring at it as looking through it, not seeing it, my mind somewhere else. Mistake, it keeps saying. I should not have given him this chance. Nothing good will come from it.

I wish that Janice was home so that I could talk to her, but I already know what she would say. She'd try to convince me not to go out with him. She'd tell me everything that I'm already thinking. Lucian Reddick is bad for me. He's like a disease to my heart, slowly chipping away at my soul until he destroys me completely.

I shouldn't have felt sorry for him. I shouldn't have felt the slightest twinge of sympathy for his situation. People have bad things happen to them all the time—horrible things. Every day someone in the world loses someone important to them. People die, they get murdered, they have accidents. Those who are left behind choose how to deal with that loss. Most cope well enough. Then there are those like Lucian. Those who lose themselves because something inside of them is already broken, the part that understands how to properly cope with loss.

I sigh. Perhaps I'm judging him too harshly. Maybe I'm just being bitter because his coping mechanism has hurt me over and over again. I've been a victim of him being a victim of circumstance. It's not fair, but life often isn't.

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