Hey my lovely peeps,
How are you all doing? Halloween is around the corner, Bonfire Night (in the UK), and then Christmas. Whoop whoop. I love this time of year oh so much. I love baking and just doing everything and anything. I love as the nights start to get cold and dark. I love snuggling up with a great book and in my pajamas.
In recent weeks I decided to finally get Netflix. I know, it took me so long to do. Why did I wait so long? Anyway, I loved, To All the Boys I Loved Before, and I am totally in love with Meteor Garden. I mean like obsessed with it. I’m so close to being finished.
I know it has been a long time since I’ve left a post and told you about stuff, so I’m doing that now. I have heard some amazing things about Street King. You can expect more of that in 2019. I have so many ideas. They’re all crazy :-).
It’s me so you know I’m always cooking up something and I also have a book currently on pre-order. I’m totally loving the cover.
The last thing scarred and reclusive Luca Brown wants is the guardianship of an eighteen-year-old girl. Now that his friend is dead, he’s the one that’s got to take charge of Mavis Miller. The only problem … she’s not a girl. From the first moment he sees Mavis, his reaction to her scares the shit out of him. He’s now responsible for her, and that means he shouldn’t be thinking about her in anyway at all.
Mavis has never fitted in. Even her parents hated her and shipped her off to boarding school. Luca is different, and the scar on his face doesn’t scare her. After eighteen years of being ignored, she’s shocked when Luca takes her over his knee and punishes her for putting herself in danger. His touch. His hands. They drive her wild, and she wants him.
She’s the first woman to not flinch away. He should tell her no. He’s the guardian, but he doesn’t see her as his ward. No, he sees her as his, and he doesn’t want to just protect her—he wants to own her.