Release date: December 13th 2013.
I believe in love at first sight... because I am a mother. A mother’s love knows no laws, no boundaries, and no remorse for anyone who interferes with the life of a child.
I have lived a complete lie, holding on to a secret that could now cost me my daughter. I can’t lose Maddie. I couldn’t breathe without Maddie. Maddie is my life.
The saying about dying for your child is the absolute truth. The other things you would do are comparable to that of death. I know, I did those things. I did unthinkable things, all for Maddie. I continued the lie, the secrets with the one man who had no right, whom I despised and wanted dead.
I had no choice. I did it all for her... for my Maddie.
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By midnight the party had come to an end. I was normally one of the first to leave. I wasn’t leaving without Jaron. Naomi was the first to take off. I was glad that she had to get up and work the dining room. The few people that were left were guests that I didn’t know, nor did I care about. I moved between Jaron’s legs, sitting on the tailgate of his truck. He looked at me with a peculiar grin.
“What are you doing, you little conniver?” he asked.
“What does it look like I’m doing?”
“What’s the matter? Rich guy not so good in bed?”
I wasn’t talking about that with him. I had no clue how he was in bed. “You know how I get when I’m drunk.”
“I don’t get it.”
“If you’re so in love with this guy, why are you trying to get me in bed?”
“I don’t have to try to get you in bed. You just follow me when you think you might have a chance at getting me in bed,” I reminded him.
“I’m not following you. You have a boyfriend that you live with now. You’re chasing me, why Whitley?”
I got close to his ear and kissed just in front. “Because I am horny, and I know what you can do to me. Come home with me,” I whispered.
“And what would your boyfriend think about me moving in on his territory?”
I wanted to scream to the top of my lungs and tell the whole world that he wasn’t my fucking boyfriend.
“He’s not going to know, come on,” I coaxed, pulling his hand.
Jaron got behind the wheel of my golf cart and drove us to my house. I couldn’t wait. I was overly frustrated and excited. I needed this. I needed him to feed my craving before I went back to Alex’s.
I was completely naked before we ever made it to my bed. Jaron didn’t waste any time either. He was slamming into me, sending my eyes to the back of my head in seconds. Son of a bitch he felt amazing.
“What?” I asked when he stopped.
“Did you hear that?”
“I heard a car door.”
“No you didn’t, go down on me,” I beckoned, pushing his shoulders down.
I moaned when I felt him slide all the way out of me and move down.
I moaned even louder when I felt his tongue slide through my slit and then focus on my throbbing clit. I was going to last 2.7 seconds. Jesus God, he was incredible, or his tongue was anyway. Jaron aggressively paid close attention to my swollen nub, I was right there, right at the brink of an amazing orgasm when I called out and jumped when the overhead light was shining in my eyes above the bed.
Jaron jumped up, grabbed his jeans, and covered himself. Closing my legs, I grabbed the comforter, covering my naked body. I couldn’t speak. I was mortified. Alex had just walked in to Jaron eating me out. Not only that, I was in the middle of an orgasm that was halted thanks to him.
“Hey man, I don’t want any trouble,” Jaron said, holding up one hand still covering himself with his clothes.
“You always take little girls to bed?” Alex calmly asked. I knew he was speaking of the age difference.
Little girls?! Really?
“Um, would you turn that down?” Jaron asked, turning to me as I sat frozen in time, watching the spectacle play out in front of me.
“Get out,” Alex demanded in a composed voice. I could tell that he was pissed, but his voice didn’t show it.
Jaron scurried past him and right out the door, sliding into his jeans as he hopped out. Alex just stood there staring as I sat stunned, not knowing what to say.
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I hate author bio’s, so I’m just not gonna do it. I’m a rebel. I chose to ask my readers what they would like to know about me and this is what they came up with.
Vikki Ryan—I love that your books have a dark edge to them, what made you choose to write in that genre rather than romance.
I have tried to keep it PG, Vikki. I really have. My mind doesn’t seem to be able to keep it that way and quickly turns into rated for DG. (Dirty Girls Only.)
Monica Robinson—Oooohhh...What's your favorite naughty movie?
Well Mrs. Monica, the only one that comes to mind would be Original Sin with Angelina Jolie.
Danielle Chako—1) what was the first thing you ever wrote? Any age. Could be a short story, monologue, article...etc.
2) Do you get inspiration from other authors and if so who?
The first thing that I ever wrote was for a Christmas contest in the third grade. I won a very proud blue ribbon for that gay little story. I try not to read a lot when I am in writing mode. It turns out to be a disaster because I will change my whole writing style to whatever I am reading and end up rewriting A LOT. I do love to read, and I have many inspirations. CJ Roberts is one of my all-time favorites. I guess I like to read a little on the dark side as well.
Tiffany Abel—who is your favorite book villain and why? Does this character affect how you write a villain?
Oh, I’m a bad girl, but I have to say Caleb from Captive in the dark series. I hated and loved him at the same time.
Danielle Chilcott—what was going through your Mind when you were writing All for Maddie?
Maddie is quite the little character. Some of the things she said and did came from my own three kids, growing up. It made me reflect back to the toddler years and feel just a hint of nostalgia. I wouldn’t want to do it again, but they are so honest at that age.
Katie Cramer—Jettie ...hmmm. What makes u write the way you do? Personal experience? Desire? Dreams? What’s your inspiration?
You’re my inspiration Katie Cramer because you love my books. You ask why I write the way I do, I assume you mean the edge of my writing. I’m a dirty girl. That’s what I like to read and write. Personal experience? Hmmm. I did say I would answer truthfully, didn’t I? A lot of what I have written, like the things that Drew did in Underestimated was from fantasy and I am sure a lot of what I write comes from experience. You don’t stay married for 24 years by doing it missionary style. J
AMY NEASE—your books seem to always have a toy or two of ten. How many toys do you own with batteries?
Oh. Geesh. Good lord. A few.
Kayla Weiner—What do you have to have to write? (music, food, drink, etc...). What is always on your desk?
Coffee. Definitely a cup of coffee. A far as music, I am sort of living my second childhood. No. Wait. I haven’t grown up yet. Anything Pink, Miley Cyrus, Katy Perry, some rap, Adam Lavine, and anything with a nice beat.
Kaleigh Knight Jordan— if you had to choose, which writer would you consider a mentor? And Why?
Hmmmm, that’s tough. I’m going to say CJ Roberts again because I would LOVE to get in her head, just to see if it’s as crazy as mine.
Crystal Barr—Where is your favorite place to write, and do you have a certain time that you prefer to write?
I have a beautiful desk that my husband bought for me overlooking an amazing view and I sit at my kitchen table, usually. I have an adjustable bed, so I write in bed a lot too with my hospital looking table and I write a lot at work as well. I tend to be most inspired early in the morning for whatever reason.
Candy Simpson—Who inspires you to write? What keeps you writing?
Hmmmm. I have many inspirers. My mom, my sister, Author M. Robinson, Crystal at A writers helping hand, Natalie, Alicia, Amy E, Megan, Julie Kerr, everyone who loves my writing and help me in any way they can, I guess. I keep writing because I love to write, I eat, sleep and breathe writing. I’m sure I would do it if everyone hated what I wrote.
Jessi Venture—You said you would answer anything sooooo. When you are writing you very steamy sex scenes, do you tend to get a little aroused yourself? I do reading them. I was just wondering if it has the same effect when you write about.
You’re a dirty girl. Definitely. That is probably a good thing for my readers. How do I explain this? It’s easier to talk about my characters. Put it this way. The friskier I feel, the kinkier the scene will be for you. J