During a routine meeting to discuss the welfare of one of her students, Mia is introduced to Dr Cayd Donnelly, a man so devastatingly attractive that she almost forgot to say no when he asked her out – despite her loyalty to her long term boyfriend, Eric.
Shortly after, the usually predictable Mia becomes anything but. The change in her behaviour delights Eric, but concerns her best friend Louise when she stops signing while they talk.
After a month of worry and frustration, Mia finally seeks professional help in a bid to discover why she is missing chunks of her memory.
From there, she discovers something about herself that is so life altering, things will never be the same for Mia again…
Warning: This title is intended for readers over the age of 18 as it contains adult sexual situations and/or adult language, and may be considered offensive to some readers.Tease for you:
The next morning Eric awoke to thumping on the front door followed by Josh yelling at the knocker. “Hold your fucking horses! People are sleeping!”Realising that his bed was currently empty, Eric got up to see where his girlfriend had gotten to as well as to satisfy his curiosity as to who the early morning caller was.
“Where the hell is he?” he could hear a very annoyed sounding Mia shout as he exited his room.
“What the hell? Didn’t I see you go into the bathroom a little while ago?” Josh mumbled, frowning as he scratched his head, trying to piece together the events of the morning in his mind.
“Josh! What are you talking about? I just got here, and I had to walk! I couldn’t find my fucking keys anywhere.” Mia bit out in frustration before turning her aggravation towards Eric. “Why the hell is your phone off all the time? I can’t even get through to your voicemail!”
Josh made a hasty retreat back into his bedroom where a very sleepy Louise was waiting for him.
“Where’d you go?” she asked.
“To answer the door, Mia was pounding on it and is out there having a go at Eric.”
“Really? Didn’t she spend the night? What did she do – go out early and lock herself outside?”
“Who knows, but I think it’s best we stay in here while they sort it out,” he said, sitting back on the bed next to her.
A worried expression fixed itself upon Louise’s face, “But I have to pee,” she complained.
About the Author:
Australian born and bred, Lilliana Anderson has always loved to read and write considering it the best form of escapism that the world has to offer. Besides writing Angelien’s biographical trilogy, she also writes contemporary romance and drama all set within Australia.When she isn’t writing she is a wife, and a mother to four children. She has worked in a variety of industries and studied humanities before transferring to commerce/law at university.
She currently lives a fairly quiet life in suburban Melbourne.
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