My name is Jamie Atwood, and I’m an addict. I never thought I’d say such a thing. Never had a problem being overly-attached to anything in my life. I came from a perfectly middle-class family, made good grades, and had a hot cheerleader girlfriend... but the truth is, nothing ever really moved... show more
My name is Jamie Atwood, and I’m an addict. I never thought I’d say such a thing. Never had a problem being overly-attached to anything in my life. I came from a perfectly middle-class family, made good grades, and had a hot cheerleader girlfriend... but the truth is, nothing ever really moved me. So how did a guy like me become an addict?
I met Michael Kage.
Kage is an MMA fighter. A famous one. I like to think I helped him get that way.
He’s charming as hell, with looks to rival any movie star and talent to back it up. So why did he need to hire me as an intern Publicist? Simple. He has a darkness in him– like a black hole so deep it could swallow him, and me, and everyone we know– and that’s not good for business.
The first time I met him, I felt the pull. I think the addiction began at that very moment. And even if I’d known then what I know now, I would have fallen for him. How could I not?
For me, Kage is everything.
Publish date: 2015-05-25
Publisher: Maris Black Books
Pages no: 306
Edition language: English
Series: KAGE Trilogy (#1)
Full review and rating after I finish the trilogy. But so far, I'm thinking along the lines of [spoiler] 4.5 - 5 stars! [/spoiler] Thanks to Julie & Nathan for the BR!
Thanks to the naughty elf who dropped this into my inbox today!
Loved it! Slow burn to start with but explosive towards the end. Moving straight on to book two.'I didn't want to stop. I loved it. Loved it when he was rough. Because I was learning that the more he needed me, the rougher he got. And tonight he needed me bad.'
BR with Momo and Juli, November 2nd.
Fourth read complete...and it continues to get better and better. *** Third read and this just gets better and better with the amazing audiobook with narration by JF Harding. That final scene was unbelievable, as always. And I had the opportunity to do a buddy listen of sorts with Teo, who had ...