Monster by Julia Sykes
(Impossible #1)

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Synopsis

My life was irrevocably changed that night. The night I was taken. I saved a man's life, but at what cost to myself? Can I convince him to save me in return?

I hate him for what he's done to me. But the longer I'm trapped with him, the harder it is to cling to that hatred. He is an enigma of a man, one who is shockingly arrogant, sweetly contrite, and frighteningly aggressive by turns. And the pain in his eyes is a mirror for my own.

The longer I remain in his grip, the more confused I become.

Is my freedom worth betraying him?


Note: This is the first story in a trilogy of serialized novellas. Get the rest of the series in one collection in Impossible: The Original Trilogy (Monster, Traitor, and Avenger).

Warning: This series contains strong language and scorching sex scenes involving light BDSM.
Impossible Series Reading Order:
Impossible: The Original Trilogy (Monster, Traitor, and Avenger)
Impossible: The Companion Trilogy (Sean's POV)
Savior (An Impossible Novel)
Rogue (An Impossible Novel)
Knight (An Impossible Novel)
Mentor (An Impossible Novella)
Master (An Impossible Novel)
King (An Impossible Novel)
A Decadent Christmas (An Impossible Series Christmas Special)
Czar (An Impossible Novella)
 

About Julia Sykes

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Published October 4, 2013 120 pages
Genres: Erotica, Literature & Fiction, Romance, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense. Fiction

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Entertainment Weekly

For her return to screen acting after an absence of 15 years, Jane Fonda has followed instincts analyzable only by Sigmund Freud and Gloria Steinem: To prove that she's still got game, the best-selling autobiographer of My Life So Far has chosen to play a narcissistic bitch who wages war on a you...

May 11 2005 | Read Full Review of Monster (Impossible #1)

PopMatters

As tends to happen in robustly formulaic romantic comedies, Charlie is in love with Viola’s doctor son Kevin (Michael Vartan, whose own press for this film has consisted primarily of suffering comparisons to Ben Affleck, as both have bedded Jens Lopez and Garner).

May 13 2005 | Read Full Review of Monster (Impossible #1)

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