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Passion (Frisky Fantasies Book 1)


Isabelle has waited her whole life for an interesting man to come along. Now she's found one, he's rich, he's royal, yes he's got fur, but nobody's perfect.

"Passion is a steamy reimagining of the classic Beauty and the Beast tale. An insatiable Beauty and a sadistic Beast make for a potent cocktail of dangerous sex and illicit desire."

Ahead of her time,Isabelle is bored and getting into mischief. When she happens into the dominion ofThe Beast, she's alight with newly awakened passion. Cool and distant, he seems determined to ignore her, but Isabelle isn't going to be deterred that easily.Desperatefor his attention, she pushes the bounds of his control; naïve to the violent sexual behemoth she's about to unleash.

Not for the faint of heart, Frisky Fantasies will sweep you into a dark world of obsession, magic and peril. The ultimate example of 'be careful what you wish for', these standalone dark fantasy novels are most definitely not for children.

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Faey Bonne

Faey Bonne is a collaborative pseudonym used by affianced authors John Riley and Felicity Partington. They wanted to branch out and explore a more magical world together and so decided to begin their Twisted Tales series. Letting their imaginations delve to the darkest of places and spinning popular stories into unrecognisable adult stories.

What happens when normal people, people with flaws, problems, undesirable traits end up mixed with magic? Can 'happily ever after' really be the end? And surely, happily ever after is subjective? One woman's happily ever is another's nightmare. What happens to the villains? If the good guys are perfectly good and the bad guys are perfectly evil it's clean cut. What happens when the good guys have flaws, make bad choices? When the bad guys do bad things for good reasons?

"We don't want to read about perfect people getting a perfect ending. We want to read about genuine characters coming head first with emotions, fears, magic and monsters and reacting accordingly. We want to read about things going wrong, about bad decisions. And since we couldn't find them, we wrote them."

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