Review: Destroy by Nikki Sloane

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CD Reiss has opened up the Drazen Kindle World and Nikki Sloane has released Destroy, a kindle world novella!

What it’s about:

My entire life fell apart once. It took everything I had to pull it back together, and drag the Jessica Carnes name out of the gutter.

And now he threatens to destroy all I’ve worked for—my sculpture, my rebuilt reputation, and my life. All I have is my art, and I’ll do anything to save it from his predatory hands.

Even if it means offering myself instead.

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☆☆➹⁀☆4 stars☆➹⁀☆☆

Review:

Destroy by Nikki Sloane is a fan-fiction spin-off from C.D. Reiss’ Submission Series. This novella is extra steamy, and can be consumed over a lunch hour, but you’d return to work hot and bothered!

Jessica Carnes is an artist, and her name used to be Jessica Drazen. She once graced the arm of super sexy, ultra-wealthy Jonathan Drazen. She once graced the inside of a prison. She did the crime, and she paid her time. Long-time fans of the Submission Series will know exactly what that means!

The one-time jailbird is trying to make a new start. Her cathartic sculpture sells quickly but not to a buyer whom Jessica believes will appreciate it. When she confronts Alec Rafferty, the buyer, sparks fly! Their lusty encounter is hot, hot, hot, and quite inspiring.

The closure on Jessica’s story is quite satisfying, and I wouldn’t mind reading more about the very provocative Alec Rafferty!

 

 

About the author: Nikki Sloane landed in graphic design after her careers as a waitress, a screenwriter, and a ballroom dance instructor fell through. For eight years she worked for a design firm in that extremely tall, black, and tiered building in Chicago that went through an unfortunate name change during her time there. Now she lives in Kentucky and manages a team of graphic artists. She is a member of the Romance Writers of America, is married with two sons, writes dirty books, and couldn’t be any happier.

 

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