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*** Mature Content; Strong Language; Strong Sexual Content***


"If I have learned anything in life, it is that love is dirty and cruel. Love is frail, too easily shattered by lies and betrayal. Real love is a pipe dream, something I never wanted anyway. Or so I thought...”

Baddest of the bad boys, Justin Dorsey is all about the pleasure life can bring. As bassist for the Bangin’ Mofos, he has reaped the rewards of his life on the small stage of the Copperline Bar by night and paid the bills as a college professor by day. He's kept the two totally separate. Isolated.

Then he finds himself captivated after a night that cannot be undone. He’s suddenly tempted by his sole taboo. A thirst he must not quench. An itch he must not scratch. A craving he simply cannot satisfy.

The bigger they are, the harder they fall, and Justin's world crashes down around him. Everything he thought — everything he knew — tells him to stay away.

But the need only grows stronger. The memory only intensifies until it consumes him. That one forbidden touch."



Dehydration Warning... ~ Amazon review by A Goddess and her Books

"Good lord but this is probably one of the hottest reads from the amazing Sibylla Matilde. I am sad to see an end to the stories of these Bangin' Mofo's but Sibylla has made sure the series went out with a bang (or 20!)"

*****5 My Kindle Melted Stars***** ~ Amazon review by Babs0214 aka Barb Ingram

"One summer night at a party. Justin, Rain, Cole. Bedroom. Ménage. Onlookers. Exhibitionism. Video. That sets the stage for this hot steamy story!"

*5 Stars for the last of a series I have yet to read! I can't wait to go back and read them all now!* ~ Amazon review by Rachael Leissner

"This book was packed with some of the sexiest things I’ve read and has some of the most well written characters I’ve ever read."

This was one of the best student/teacher romances I've ever read ~ Amazon review by booklover75

"Oh. My. God! This book was all kinds of hot! The chemistry was off the charts and the danger of continuing things was high."

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