The Dumont Diaries by Alessandra Torre

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A full-length USA Today Bestselling book from the miniseries readers RAVED about! A #1 Erotica Bestseller!
Lust is a dangerous thing. It can make you believe things that are not real. It can seduce your mind and lead it blindfolded to the cliff that will be its demise. 

What would you do if you could leave your life? Wake up one day and be someone else?I signed the contract. I left Candace Tapers and her slutty, strip club life behind, abandoned every part of that life with one hesitant swipe of my pen. The agreement was clear:1. Sex2. Photo ops3. No romance
"I need a wife. I am not signing up for romance, or affection, or a full time job. I will not love you. I will have no use for you other than sex and photo ops."Sex with Nathan was easy. More than easy. Panty-melting, can-never-get-enough HOT. I had begun to think that I could live this new life, showered in luxuries, orgasms, and diamonds. Then I started tripping over secrets. Disclaimer: The Dumont Diaries contains a strong alpha male, super hot explicit sex, and twists and turns that might cause unnatural heart palpitations. This book does not contain BDSM elements.
Find out why readers are saying:
"This man is sexy, scary and a total mystery."
"twisted, delicious, sexy..."
"this book took my breath away, caused gasps, heart clutches and desire for more."
"the writing is HYPNOTIC."
"Phenomenal."
"Intensely Gripping"
"Highly addictive"
"I LOVED IT"

*The Dumont Diaries was originally released, and is still available as a four-part miniseries. This book combines the four pieces of the miniseries into one, full-length novel. 
 

About Alessandra Torre

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Published September 4, 2013 by Alessandra Torre. 212 pages
Genres: Erotica, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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