We Dance in Sin, an all-new must-read dark romance full of heat and twists from bestselling author M.T. Morgan is available now!
Brixley Archer has always had a taste for danger. Allured by the darkness she can’t escape that lingers deep in the back of her mind.
She’s spent most of her life hustling, striving for more than the poverty she’s always known.
So when she gets accepted into one of the most selective colleges in the country, she thinks this is her fresh start.
Buried in the dense forests of Washington, she finds that darkness follows. A campus serial killer on the loose, and an elite group that seems responsible for the deaths of the students. She knows she should mind her own business, keep her head down and concentrate on her schoolwork, but when Beckett Cutler—the group leader—sets his sights on her, she can’t help but feel this is her way in to prove the group is responsible.
But as revelations are made, her morals are questioned.
Her heart is on the line.
And secrets are revealed that leave her questioning everything she knows.
As her past and present collide, she can’t tell what’s the truth and what’s a lie.
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It’s so hard to decide, but I finally settle on a bundle of sunflowers paired with amaryllises, tulips, anemones, marigolds, and zinnias. I bring them to my nose, eyes closing as I sniff the aromatic scent. I hear a click and my eyes flash open to Beckett pointing his phone at me. “What are you doing?” I ask.
“Gonna draw you later, Rabbit.” He smiles down at his phone before pocketing it.
“Can I at least approve of the picture?”
“No. Haven’t you heard the saying, ‘beauty lies in the eyes of the beholder’?”
I narrow my eyes. “I have, but I would still like to see.”
“You can when I’m finished.” He holds his hand out. “Come on, we still have a lot to see.”
About M.T. Morgan
She lives in Texas with her husband and two children. She enjoys reading a good fantasy/PNR romance as well as a good cup of coffee. She has old lady tendencies even though she’s in her mid-twenties. And writing her own bio is very cringy worthy to her.
M.T. Morgan tends to bounce around the romance genre. She may make you laugh, cry and cringe. It just depends on her mood.