The Lords of Miami: To Catch Her
by Alice K. Wayne
Release Date: February 24th, 2017 Genre: Contemporary Romance
The Lords of Miami: To Catch Her, an all-new contemporary romance by Alice K. Wayne is now available!!
Book one of the Brothers Ramírez
Tomás Ramírez was the youngest son of his organized crime family, and the only smear they carried on their perfect lineage. He was brazen, defiant, and shamelessly sexual, with a sadistic streak that left me lying awake at night wondering what he would do to me, or my body, next. He was the type of man that made me hate him while I clung to him.
Oh… and did I mention he’s blackmailing me?
Mikayla Jones was a sweet, quirky girl, with a dirty past, trying to make her way alone in the world. She was doing just fine in her warm bed of lies, until I came along and burned it all to hell, making her face the truth and confront her demons.
“Why?” you might ask… because I’m in love with the silly little girl, and I won’t stop until she’s mine.
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About the Author:Alice K. Wayne is a paranormal romance/ erotica writer straight out of the Motor City. From a young age books became her favorite escape, and that love eventually turned to writing as well. Alice loves traveling, is a self proclaimed foodie, sushi addict, selfie Queen, and like all good Detroiters, is completely obsessed with Red Wings hockey. If you like thick books with twists, turns, depth, and LOTS of steamy scenes these books are for you!
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Tomás just doesn't understand his woman at times, "he went off on a tangent of Spanish words, pacing around his living room, looking ready to tear his hair out. “You don’t make any sense! Sex is totally fine, but sleeping in the same bed is weird?” why had God punished him with such a creature?" I liked that Mikayla could be surprised by Tomas "he was cooking for her, and it was bacon. Hot ***n, Tomás Ramírez might have been the perfect man." I have to say jealous looks real good on Tomás, “who’s hotter than me?” he growled and she burst out laughing, “I’ll have him killed. Give me a name.” The way Tomás shows his feelings is unique, “murdering people is usually a sign of affection in my family,” he agreed and pulled her in for a kiss." There was a cliffhanger in the book, but I enjoyed this book so dang much, I looked over that aspect. I'm seriously eager for the next one.