Published by Self on 6/22/21
Genres: Dark Romance
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From Wall Street Journal & USA Today Bestselling Author M. Robinson & #1 NYT Bestselling Author Rachel Van Dyken comes a full length, standalone dark romance novel.
“Play for me, Juliet…”
Those four words whispered in my ear again and again until I craved what I used to fear.
Such a simple demand from my captor—the man who stole me and refused to tell me why he wouldn’t let me go.
I was his.
He made me need him, just as much as he needed me.
I broke all the rules of the golden prison he put me in.
During the day he ruled his dark, seedy world.
His subjects and me.
During the night—he bowed before my feet.
Have you ever wondered what happened to the villains in all the fairy tales you read?
You’ll soon find out.
It all started when he kidnapped me and made me his pet.
And it all ended with me…
Calling him master.
*This story is not for the faint of heart and may be uncomfortable for some readers. But, then again, stepping outside of your comfort zone may be exactly the thing you need…
Care to play with us, readers?
Release Date: June 22
Falling for the Villain by M. Robinson and Rachel Van Dyken was a captivating and very dark read. I devoured this story in one sitting and though I do not normally talk about triggers or how dark a story is, this is one is very dark story. It will test your limits and your comfort level.
Imagine waking up and finding yourself in your worst nightmare without any way out. Juliet has lived a good life. A happy life. She may be part of a mafia family, but she is loved. But little did she know there was a man out there determined to have her. Break her. Own her. When she wakes up in an unknown place with a man who will destroy her, she is determined to fight. But how much fight does she truly have?
Donovan is not a good man. He is a dark man with even darker needs. He thrives on pain and fear. He wants to bring out both in Juliet. And yet something about her is different. He is her master and she his pet, but can they be more? This is not for the faint of heart. It is a story about a captor and his captive and will captivate you from the start.