By Jacob Chance
Release Date: October 20th
Available on Amazon
Genre: Erotica/Contemporary Romance
Cover Designer: Jessica Hildreth
He was my brother’s best friend and seven years older than me.
He was a tatted up bad boy, indulging in one night stands like they were going out of style.
So why did I want to tear his clothes off every time we got within five feet of each other?
She was only eighteen years old when we met for the first time.
She was a good girl who avoided guys like me, but that didn’t stop me from picturing all the things I wanted to do to her-to do with her. She was too young though, and my best friend’s baby sister. I couldn’t let things go where I wanted. I couldn’t touch her-couldn’t taint her with my darkness. I knew it could never happen. It would never happen…
but it did.
Delve is the third book that I have read by Jacob Chance and I have to say that for a short read, it packs a punch. As soon as I started reading, I lost all track of time. I was able to lose myself in the story and finish it in one sitting. The intense sexual heat, the suspense and the characters had me oblivious to anything or anyone around me.
Delve is a stand alone but we were introduced to Derek and Kenna in Quake and Quiver. Derek is Kyle's best friend and business partner, he is also one dirty talking alpha male that most men would want to keep away from their sisters. That is the case in this story, as much as Derek can try to avoid his best friends baby sister, their is no way to avoid the magnetic sexual pull that draws these two together. He has tried to fight his feelings for Kenna since the first time he meet her when she was eighteen years old. Years later and his feelings have never changed and their love/ hate relationship only turned them on more and the sexual banter between the two becomes to much to resist.
Kenna is one feisty sexy woman, she is too good for her brother's best friend but why couldn't she resist him when he stands in front of her staring and she could tell what he wanted to do to her just by looking into his eyes. Will working overtime and trying to voiding Derek be what she needs to keep him out of her mind?
This is another good story by Jacob Chance, he does not hold back with the sexual references. I am talking off the charts heats ablazing. The suspense kept me on my toes til the end and again Chance out does himself with a ending that left me wanting more.
He’s Lucifer in the flesh with those deep brown eyes and dark-as-sin hair. My eyes move down, taking in the close-shaved beard hiding the contours of his chiseled jawline, before continuing on to his full lips. I carefully study their masculine shape. I can still remember what those lips felt like on mine; even though I’ve done everything I can to forget. I wish I could erase the memory of how he gripped the back of my hair tight in his fist and tugged me forward until our lips were just a whisper of a breath apart.
“Is this what you want?” he’d asked. I could feel his warm breath on my mouth before he’d softly brushed his lips against mine. “Do you want to see how close to the fire you can be without getting burned, little girl?”
I tried to pull away, incensed at being called little girl. I wasn’t a girl. I was a twenty-one- year-old woman; perfectly capable of knowing what I should and shouldn’t be doing. I knew which heading kissing him fell under – insanity.
He was my brother’s best friend.
He was seven years older than me.
He was a pig when it came to casual sex; indulging in one-night stands like they were going out of style.
That alone should have been enough to repulse me, but for some odd reason, it didn’t. It only made me wonder what kind of things he would do to me. I was smart enough to recognize that those three things combined were a recipe for disaster. The wreckage left over would be the pieces of my heart, and I couldn’t put myself out there for him on the off chance that he wouldn’t break me. My heart was damaged enough already.
He’d held my head in place as he’d swooped in, taking my lips in a kiss so hot I felt like I was going to burn up in flames. His tongue had plundered my mouth, punishing me for pulling away, for trying to resist him. He showed me who was in control with that kiss. He showed me I wouldn’t ever truly get away from him, and I hated him for that. I hated him for ruining other guys for me; but most of all I hated him for what he’d said when he pulled away from me.
“Stick to kissing those boys at school. Men want a woman in their arms, not a little girl.” He looked at me with such disdain, I wanted the ground to open up and swallow me whole. I wanted to disappear, go someplace where his painful words couldn’t hurt me anymore. Where my memory could be wiped clean of Derek Santiago and his handsome face.
That kiss is still the hottest one I’ve ever had to this day, but I still despise him for the cruel words he callously threw at me. Those words tore me apart and made me second guess myself. It took me a long time to realize what he said wasn’t motivated by me at all. It was the result of him despising himself.
About the author:
Jacob Chance grew up in New England and still lives there today. He’s a martial artist, a football fan, a practical joker and junk food lover.
A writer of erotic romance, DELVE is his third release and is the follow up to QUAKE and QUIVER (Book 2 in the QUAKE Duet.)
Jacob plans on writing many more sexy, suspenseful stories and to branch out to other genres.
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