Monday, March 8, 2021

New Release: Hurt Me: Fault Lines Book Three by Varian Krylov

Congratulations to Varian Krylov for the release of her contemporary mm romance Hurt Me (Fault Lines Book 3)

Hurt Me: Fault Lines Book Three
by Varian Krylov
March 5, 2021
395 pages
Book 3 of 3: Fault Lines
I called the man I was hunting, the jackal. I didn't know his name. I'd never seen his face. I had nothing but the video he'd shot while he cornered a sobbing kid at the point of his knife, and punished her.

I recruited Xavi to help me track the jackal - who better to help me find a nameless, faceless man with a tattoo on his forearm, than a tattoo artist moonlighting as a private investigator?

I knew things might get violent—I fantasized the jackal's slow, agonizing death every day.

But I never guessed it would be me suffering, me begging, me crying. Or that it would be Xavi hurting me...

...because I begged him to.

I never imagined the man I'd feared so much for so long would become the person I needed, the one I trusted, the man I loved. That Xavi would heal my deepest wounds, and become everything to me.

Before Dario and Aidan become Dangerously Happy, before Xavi does Bad Things with Carson, Hurt Me reveals the secrets that brought Dario and Xavi so close, then twisted their lives forever.

About the Author:
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Growing up near Los Angeles, I spent much of my time frolicking in the Pacific and penning angst-twisted poetry. Now I'm living in sunny Spain writing pathos-riddled fiction. Ironically, two of my favorite things are traveling, and swimming in the ocean, despite increasingly intense phobias of sharks and flying.

I've always loved the music and substance of words, always loved writing in well-worn notebooks by hand, tapping at the keys of the computer, and, of course, conjuring up stories.

When I'm not writing, I'm probably messing around with my camera, either having fun making cover images with the sexy models of Barcelona, or just wandering the streets, snapping the wildly varied architecture and amusing humans. Or I might be riding my bike, going on a hike somewhere in the local mountain ranges, or working on my PhD thesis.

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