Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Release Day Blitz: Desired (Club Sin #3) by Stacey Kennedy

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Desired (Club Sin #3)
by Stacey Kennedy
Publisher: Loveswept
(Random House Publishing Group)
ISBN: 9780553391183
Release date: July 22, 2014

“Characters you care about in a fast-paced
story . . . one heck of a sexy read!”—New York
Times bestselling author Shayla Black

Readers of Fifty Shades of Grey are sure to love
Desired, Stacey Kennedy’s latest seductive,
electrifying novel of Club Sin, where fantasy
becomes reality.

Kyler Morgan, Master at the
legendary Club Sin in Las Vegas, knows how to give
women what they want—too well. He hasn’t had a
real challenge in a long time. Then Ella Snow
enters his life. Beautiful, inhibited, and innocent in
the ways of submission and domination, Ella is the new blood he’s been lusting after. Soon, the thrill
of training her to embrace his world brings forth desires Kyler cannot control. After ending an
abusive relationship, Ella makes a promise to herself to start living life to the fullest. It’s one of the
reasons she seeks out Club Sin. Here, Kyler’s every touch is a lesson in liberation, stirring passions
that have no bounds. But as she falls under Kyler’s command, Ella discovers that some secrets are
so dark they must come to light. Submission alone may not be enough to save her, leaving her
Master with only one question: How can he help Ella heal while unlocking the deep pleasures she craves?

Desired is an erotic romance intended for mature audiences.

Forgive me.
Ella’s shoulders slumped and she sighed at her phone. Laughter and joy surrounded
her, music and happiness, but her stomach plummeted as she read her husband, Rory
Snow’s text. When would he give up? Didn’t a domestic violence protection order say This
relationship is over?
The mark was a constant reminder of Rory. Every day she looked in the mirror she saw it
and thought of him.
jackass who couldn’t let it go. Ella knew she should probably call the Savannah police
department to inform them that Rory was contacting her, but she was so damn tired of it
all. She had moved on and put Rory into her past of big mistakes.
She scanned through the crowd on the dance floor and her gaze landed on the bride.
Aidan’s new wife was beautiful. Thin and elegant, Cora belonged on a magazine cover.
so lavish. Rory hadn’t rented out an entire resort at Lake Las Vegas for the event, ensuring
their guests had a place to stay. Her wedding had cost all of two thousand dollars, but it had
been enough for her.
five years later. Had loved him. Right up until Rory started drinking and drowning himself
in booze.
was the night she’d walked away from him. Six months later, she had left her life in
Savannah. She moved to Vegas for the excitement, landing herself an amazing job at Knight
Law Firm, working as the assistant for a highly respected defense attorney.
almost triple what she had made in Savannah. Her professional life couldn’t get any better.
It was the personal side of things that remained murky.
tried to find her smile, but it remained hidden behind pain. Even if ten months had gone by
since the night of the abuse, she couldn’t ignore the dark thoughts and her failed marriage.
months since leaving Savannah to pull herself together again, but she was over Rory in
every sense of the word. She refused to let him ruin this special occasion. Grabbing her
wineglass, she downed the remaining contents.
Lifting her head, she gazed across the patio, and sitting at one of the patio sets was one of
Aidan’s groomsmen. She’d never seen him before today, but that wasn’t a huge surprise,
since she didn’t know most of the people at the wedding.
was a stranger. Aidan never mixed pleasure with business, and in the four months she had
worked for him, she’d never met a single friend of his. Heck, she hadn’t known Aidan was
dating. One day she’d thought he was single; the next he told her he was getting married.
eyes, pins and needles and other sensitive feelings traveled up her body, settling between
her thighs. She squirmed against her seat, avoiding the heat, and the side of his mouth
curved. Her heart tripped and she glanced to her high-heeled shoe dangling off her toe.
All night he’d been sneaking glances at her. They weren’t simple interested looks, either;
they were outright assaults on her hormones. But a man’s attention was the last thing she
was looking for.
stare was right on her. The power of it sucked the air from her lungs. Though she’d never
believed in lust at first sight, perhaps it was because she had never experienced it.
wine. She gave a shaky laugh. “To the top, please.”
that masculine voice made Ella stiffen in her seat. The tone was low and seductive, but
mischievous all the same.
of her. Ella’s mind went blank. He smelled of sandalwood, and the rich scent puckered her
nipples. From afar she thought he had blue eyes, but up close she realized they were a blue-
green color. Pretty. In fact, the whole package was beautiful, especially covered in the tux.
hair dangled over his forehead. He was tall, much taller than she, and he filled out his tux
to be one of the hottest guys she’d ever seen. Well, in person and not on some magazine she
figured was Photoshopped. Though, hot or not, there was still a problem. “I’m sorry, but I
can’t dance.”
all about who is leading.”
burned through her, reminding her she hadn’t felt this way in a long time. The attraction
was intoxicating, and something needy inside her unfurled, yearning to explore it.
might give me a complex.”
wasn’t looking for a relationship, she couldn’t refuse the urge to be squished up against
him. Besides, what was a dance? This hunk was the perfect way to get her mind off Rory
and onto something a lot better.
stormed into her, spiraling low in her body with a wicked thud. She didn’t doubt that smile
got him into many women’s beds.
them, so hot and so damn unforgettable, her body all but liquefied. He tugged her closer
and she felt something odd inside awaken, something she couldn’t quite put her finger on.
him as if she belonged right there in his arms. He had no hesitation about placing his hand
low on her back, quite close to her bottom, and sandwiching their bodies together.
song. She wasn’t blind to the glaringly obvious fact that the groomsman had an erection.
She thought she should be offended or something, but found herself fighting against the
desire to rub against him.
eyes were what made this man sexy. They held mischief with a sense of confidence. “Yes,
and you would be?”
follow his movements, only feeling more uncomfortable. Not a second later, she stepped on
his foot. “Oh, shit!”
against her back, erasing the distance. Then he shook their clasped hands. “Stop fighting
me. Relax.”
Aidan, yes?”
to the others on the dance floor. It pleased her that no one was watching her horrible
dancing skills. Then she stared up into Kyler’s handsome face, since he didn’t allow her any
room to do otherwise. “Since you’re Aidan’s groomsman, you must be a good friend.”
have anticipated. It warmed her from head to toe, and her muscles went lax. His fingers slid
across her lower back, squeezing her against him, and the heat of his touch burned to her
core. “Been good friends for a long time now.”
they were well acquainted. In the midst of that confidence, Ella forgot the world around
her. Her mind focused on him and the way he moved her across the dance floor.
see a date with you tonight. Are you unattached?”
if anyone stood in his way. She pondered whether to spill out the details that she was in the
process of getting divorced and not looking for another relationship. Well, she would be if
Rory’s lawyer stopped dragging his feet. But why tell that depressing shit to a smoking-hot
man sandwiching her against the hard planes of his body? “Nope, not attached.”
me, Ella, since I’m enjoying this.” The music soared through the air, and as her hips swayed
with his, his erection pressed against her stomach.
hadn’t felt this aroused in the presence of a man. No one had ever made her burn with a
dance, a look, or the sound of his voice.
sweetheart, you can dance.”
around the dance floor, effortlessly. She leaned in to him, consumed by the strength of his
hold. “Apparently, you’re a good teacher.”
 About the Author

STACEY KENNEDY is the USA Today bestselling author of the CLUB SIN series. Growing up, Stacey’s
mind wandered the path less traveled and that path most often led to love. She has always broken
rules and she continues to feed off emotion – staying true to her heart. Those traits are now the
bones of her stories. She lives in southwestern Ontario with her husband, who puts any of the
heroes in her books to shame, and their two young children. If she’s not on mom duty or plugging
away at a new story, you’ll find Stacey camping in the summer, hibernating in the winter and
obsessing over Penny Dreadful, Game of Thrones and Sons of Anarchy.

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