Release Date: September 12

How does a man get over the first woman he ever loved? 

I didn’t get to say goodbye to my mother. When I watched her coffin lower into the ground, I swore I’d never love another that deeply again.

I didn’t have to. I found solace in the opposite.

Krishna is hard like me. I keep him at arm’s length no matter how much I prefer him in my bed. Together, we can be whatever we want. The monsters we keep at bay to avoid someone getting hurt can come out to play with each other. My life was stable, controllable. Then my father issued an order I wasn’t expecting—a bride.

Ciera is soft, but her eyes are constantly challenging my authority. She has a backbone that only shows when her smart mouth is telling me off. I’ve never wanted a woman aside from the physical release they provide, but the moment my dark gaze fell on her emerald stare, I wanted to wrap my hand around her pretty little throat and claim her as mine.

I can’t let her be my downfall. I can’t allow them to be my undoing. I won’t make my father’s past mistakes. I won’t lose those I vowed to protect.

***There are three books in this series: Bad Princess, Dark Prince, and Deviant Knight. Each book is primarily about a specific couple, but the overall story does not conclude until book three and they should be read in order.*** 

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Meet N.E. Henderson

N. E. Henderson is the author of steamy, romantic suspense and contemporary romance. When she isn’t writing, you can find her reading either dark romance or adult fantasy/supernatural romance or in her Maverick, playing in the dirt.

She was born and raised in Mississippi where she currently lives with her husband, son, and their Bull Terrier, Xena. She loves to hear from her readers so if you connect on social media or meet her at a signing you can call her Nancy.

When Nancy was way too young to watch shows like Knot’s Landing—which she was—she watched a mini-series called Lucky Chances and fell hard for a heroine from Jackie Collins Santangelo series. Years later . . . but not too many years later (in 8th grade), Nancy came across a book called Chances in a small vintage bookstore in her hometown. The rest is history. A love for reading was born.

To learn more about N.E. and her books, visit here

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