Is pleasure addictive? If one person lines up perfectly with all your deepest desires, all your kinkiest kinks, would you choose him, in spite of how bad he might be?
My Stranger is about a woman who is sucked into the orbit of a Bad Boy Alpha Male, but like all bad boys, there is a deep, dark streak of the romantic in him. But her stranger wields a darkness that goes beyond normal behavior. Confidence hints at aggression, intelligence turns to manipulation, care is hidden within control, and persistence slides into obsession.
And like all of us who fall for the bad boys, AJ can’t help but wonder if she’s the woman who will save him from himself, if she’s the woman who can inspire a change in his behavior.
“You’re not like any other woman I’ve ever known.” His rusty voice turned downright corroded. “Maybe you can’t be soiled. Maybe your light can’t be dimmed. Maybe you would have been my fucking salvation, if you weren’t trying so goddamned hard to keep your distance.”
Would you fall for that line? There’s no shame if your answer is yes. Lots of us have fallen for lines like that. It’s that damned romantic streak, reeling us in, tying us in knots. The possibility of winning the ultimate prize, dangling before us like a fat, juicy carrot.
AJ’s girlfriend wants her to have one last fling with a man to get it all out of her system before they take their relationship to the next level. So when AJ feels a man’s strong arms wrap around her in the dark, and hears her girlfriend’s pet name for her fall from his lips, she willingly submits to her stranger—and only finds out how dangerous he is after it’s too late to stop her addiction to the pleasure he gives her.
A dark erotic tale of lust and lies, and a truth more dangerous than the ecstasy she discovers in her stranger’s bed.
My girlfriend wanted me to have one last fling with a man before we took our relationship to the next level. When my stranger stole me away and gave me pleasure beyond anything I’d ever known, I thought it was all her idea. But my stranger wasn’t what I thought he was.
AJ isn’t ashamed to admit she’s a lover of many things—men, women and various combinations thereof. She’s a free spirit with a rough past that left her with a need to be taken care of, in spite of her trust issues. For the first time in her life, AJ is ready to commit to one person, but her girlfriend isn’t certain that AJ can be faithful and suggests one last fling to make sure she’s ready for a future together.
When AJ feels a man’s strong arms wrap around her in the dark, and hears her girlfriend’s pet name for her fall from his lips, she willingly submits to her stranger—and only finds out how dangerous he is after it’s too late to stop her addiction to the pleasure he gives her.
Warning: This story is dark erotica and contains situations that may be uncomfortable for certain readers, including Stockholm Syndrome, minor knife play, bondage, anal sex and fisting.
I completely didn’t think it would turn out the way it did. This is the first book by Lola White I have read and I can’t wait to read more books by her. This book is deeper than it first appears. The synopsis made me have to know what happened next. AJ is very open and free when it comes to sex. She never stays with the same person for very long. She has been dating Sam for the last 4 months. They are going away for the weekend for the first time. AJ has noticed that Sam wants to take their relationship to the next level but she is nervous because of her past. She makes a decision that she wants to make it work with Sam. When she tells Sam this Sam takes her by complete surprise by saying that she wants AJ to have one last fling with a guy to make sure that this is something she really wants to do. That she will be okay with just what Sam can give her and won’t leave her in a couple months when she wants a penis. The day after they get back AJ arrives home from work to a blown light bulb. While trying to look for her extra bulbs someone grabs her from behind. He uses the pet name Sam uses for her and thinks that Sam has set this up. She figures that Sam needs this to see how much AJ wants to be in a relationship with just her she decides to go along with it. After is this is the last dick she is ever going to get to enjoy she might as well take everything she can get. Did Sam really set this up or is the creepy guy who comes into the coffee shop all the time and stares at her? At first I thought this would be a great quick erotica read, but it has more depth to it. I don’t want to give any spoilers away but I loved this book and I can’t wait to read the next one. Sam and AJ find themselves at odds. The twist in the book is great. I really got me thinking about both Sam and AJ’s perspective on what happened and totally changes their relationship. I can’t say enough about this book.
Lola White writes what she writes, which is erotic fiction. Sometimes horror, sometimes paranormal, sometimes romance. It’s all sexy, but never predictable because she likes to twist reality at its edges in her stories. She likes delving into the emotions of her characters, finding their strengths and weaknesses, and seeing (and showing) how they get themselves out of whatever trouble has found them—if they can.