Strife: Part Seven (The Strife Series Book 7) by Sky Corgan

The seventh and final installment in a rock star romance series by USA Today bestselling author Sky Corgan

Strife: part seven (the strife series book 7)

“Life isn't beautiful. Sometimes, it's as ugly as our worst nightmares. This is one of those times.”


Pepper has hit rock bottom. With barely enough money to pay for food, desperate times call for desperate measures. She's convinced that she has been through enough to weather any emotional storm. But she never could have prepared herself for meeting Dmitri Strife.

This is book seven of a dark romance series.

Genre: FICTION / Romance / Contemporary

Secondary Genre: FICTION / Romance / General

Language: English

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Word Count: 15887

Sample text:

Hope isn't something easily afforded in this life. Just when you think things might be turning around, it's wrenched away by cruel reality. My billionaire, rock star boyfriend fantasy is over. Now I have to return to a life that's far less sublime, a life where every day holds the potential to scar me deeper than I already am.

Inside, I'm trembling—nauseous. My legs feel like they could give out at any moment. I want to clutch the sides of James' desk for support, but I refuse to look weak. Somehow, I knew this day would come. Not that I'd end up having to sleep with Dmitri's friend, but that he would lose interest in me and move on. I can't really blame him for that though; I'm the one who pushed him away.

James stares at me, his smirk all-knowing. Despite how hard I'm trying to hide what I'm feeling, he can see right through me. He knows that news of a new client bothers me. I can't help but wonder if he's seen this look on other girls' faces before. Perhaps he was expecting it all along.

“Is there anything else I should know about this client's preferences?” I straighten myself before pulling the ponytail holder out of my hair and shaking my hair loose around my shoulders.

James' expression softens into a pleased grin. “That's better.”

I have nothing left to say to him, so I just stand there waiting for him to continue. Internally, I'm giving myself a pep talk, telling myself that I can make it through this. I have to remind myself that this is my job. It's what I signed up for, and I have to deliver. Everyone has parts of their job that they loathe. This is no different.


Book translation status:

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

LanguageStatus
Italian
Already translated. Translated by Paola Ciccarelli
Author review:
Great communication and timeliness as well as an understanding of the publishing process. Always a pleasure to work with. Can't recommend enough.
Portuguese
Already translated. Translated by Nelson Leonel De Benedetti
Spanish
Already translated. Translated by Samantha Sugey Priego Morales
Author review:
Great, as always.

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