Title: Fake You
Series: Boys of Trinity Hall #2
Author: MV Ellis
Genre: Bully Romance
Cover Design: Sarah Paige, Opium House Creatives
Release Date: January 31, 2020
the lies you tell.
For as long
as I can remember, everything in my world has been fake. The happy nuclear
family. The loving parents. The close father-son relationship. The respectable
family business. All lies. I’ve had it with the pretense and the show, but I’m
been trapped on a dizzying merry-go-round of deception, and I can’t get off.
she’s thrown unexpectedly into my path, and I discover she’s just another fake,
I need to make her pay. Little do I know, the deceit runs deeper than I
imagined, and nothing is as it seems.
the lies I hate.
I hate the
lies and the pretense, but if I ‘m going to achieve what I want in life,
they’re a necessary evil. Truth is, I’ve mostly made peace with the idea. What
I’m doing is a means to an end, and the end definitely justifies the means.
Besides, it’s not forever—nothing ever is.
has to do what they have to do, right? I can live with that. Kinda. Sorta.
Maybe. At least I can until he comes bursting into my life, and is determined
to tear down everything I’ve worked so hard to build.
“Kiss me again.”
She hesitated a moment, searching my face. I stared back,
unblinking. If she was hoping to see anything other than pure naked desire, she
was looking in the wrong place, as her expressive brown eyes met mine. The
moments ticked by like a thousand eternities, and as much as I wanted to skip
to the part where I got what I craved, I held my nerve and waited.
She blinked slowly, before rising onto her knees, leaning
forward, and pressing her lips hesitantly to mine. Her kiss was whisper soft,
and if it wasn’t for the fact that I could see her with my own eyes, and was
touching her with my own hands—without even realizing it, I’d gripped her
thighs, and was squeezing them gently—I could have believed I’d imagined it. As
it was, with the way she was looking at me as she made up her mind, she seemed
like a dream.
She reached out to grab the back of the couch, arms either
side of my head, and kissed me like she meant it. I returned the favor, tilting
my body a little so that I could push my lips up to hers, hard and fast. At the
same time, I moved my hands from her thighs, and looped them around her neck,
linking my fingers.
My sense of the world altered as the kiss intensified. As we
licked, sucked, nibbled, and bit, every fiber of my body became attuned to
hers. I allowed my heavy eyelids to fall closed, but even so, I saw her face in
my mind’s eye. I could feel, smell, taste, and hear nothing… but her.We
kissed until I was on the verge of losing my mind—the vision of Kik being
gradually obscured by a black cloud of burning desire.
Just as I was trying to fathom how to maneuver her right
where I wanted her without doing myself further damage, she did the honors,
bracing herself on the back of the couch then lifting her butt, and lowering it
again onto my waiting, straining dick. Sweet baby Jesus.
I tilted my hips even more, intensifying the pressure. I
wanted her so bad, my dick threatened to tear a trail through my sweats as she
ground hard against it in a slow circular motion. I unlocked my hands from
around the back of her neck, and reached into my pants pocket. When I drew it
back out, palm upturned, she pulled her lips away from mine to see what I was
holding.She nodded toward the condom.
“I don’t even want to talk about the level of presumption
here.” That made two of us.
“Me neither. I just want to fuck you like nothing else
Free in Kindle Unlimited
MV ELLIS knows what it’s like to fall head over
heels in love with a badass musician. She followed her heart halfway around the
world to be with one. She moved from London to Sydney after a steamy holiday
romance with a sexy bass player in sultry Brazil.
Twelve years, two children and a dog later, and she’s still
smitten. All this with a guy she sat next to on a bus for 36 hours! She has
toured internationally as a “WAG,” and her experiences inspire her writing.
Ellis’s love of romance began when she was 11 years old,
after a summer spent secretly reading her auntie’s books. She’s been a sucker
for an alpha hero and strong heroine ever since.
An avid reader, Ellis always knew she’d write a book of her
own one day. She was right about that. Following a career spanning advertising,
marketing, and social media, she finally wrote her debut novel, Catching
London in 2017.