[Review] KEEPING LILY by Izzy Sweet & Sean Moriarty @AuthorSaraPage


He can take my body, he can elicit compliance from me, but he can’t force his way into my heart.

Keeping Lily
Izzy Sweet & Sean Moriarty

Publication Date: December 8, 2016
Genre: Dark Romantic Suspense

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My husband traded me away to save his own life…
And now I belong to the devil.
One night and everything in my life changed. Two words and my world turned dark.
“Take her”.
Owing the most ruthless crime lord in Garden City five million dollars, my husband chose to trade me and my children away to save himself.
I was on the cusp of freedom, so close to divorcing that scumbag I was married to.
Now I’m enslaved to a man who is obsessed with me. A man so wicked and beautiful, they call him Lucifer.
So alluring, he makes the angels weep with envy. He’s so powerful, I can’t stop myself from bending to his will.
He’s determined to master me, and he won’t rest until I give him all.
He wants my light, and he wants my dark.
He wants my body, and he wants my heart.
But most of all, he wants the one thing I can’t give him. The one thing I can’t bear to part with…

 You can keep fighting me, Lily, but I’ll just keep fucking you until you love me.

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This story has everything I could possibly want in story. I could not stop reading! The desperation and the intensity was thick throughout this entire book. It was thrilling, and so, so dark. I was on the edge of my seat, biting my nails, and my chest was constantly tightened up. It was a fantastic experience reading this book! This book makes my top shelf reads list. I would recommend this book to anyone, regardless of their genre of choice. It's just that good! This book will have you spinning!! πŸ’–
No matter how good this feels, no matter how much I fucking need him, I can’t let myself love him. It’s the one thing I have left that he can’t wrestle from me. My last bastion of resistance. Falling in love with him would be like falling in love with death.

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