Today we have the release day blitz for Hayley Faiman’s TWISTED WITH CHAOS! Check it out and grab your copy today!
Title: TWISTED WITH CHAOS
Author: Hayley Faiman
Genre: Contemporary Romance
About Twisted with Chaos:
Roxanne has spent her entire life trapped inside of her own head. Never completely alone, always struggling to be set free.
When the Devils knock on her neighbors door, her inability to avoid risky impulses takes control and she tags along for the wild ride.
Houston is a newly patched member of the Notorious Devils MC. He is instantly attracted to the wild firefly and cannot deny the fun that she offers on their trip.
One night is all that he needs. He sees her, more of her than he should. He tries to steer clear, unsure if he is prepared to take on all of this woman.
Two suffering spirits that are linked together in a way that neither can deny. Hurt. Lost. Betrayed. Lonely. When two like souls crash into one another, they will either combust or meld together as one.
*INCLUDES SHORT STORY – SHAKEN WITH DESIRE: NOTORIOUS DEVILS
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Taking a step backward, I’m surprised when he reaches out, wrapping his hand around my hip and tugs me forward. I become off-balance and fall against his chest. Tipping my head back, I look up into his beautiful face. He’s that, too—downright gorgeous.
He doesn’t look like the rough and tumble men that he associates with. He’s clean shaven, his hair neat and always freshly cut. His body is out of this world with lean muscle stacked on lean muscle. He looks young, like a baby, but I know he’s less than three years younger than me, he’s thirty to my thirty-three.
I know that he’s been through hells that I could only imagine as a veteran. He’s seen things that I couldn’t even fathom, and yet, we’re cut from the same kind of cloth, just sewn together with different stitching. He wants me to come back to him, but I’m not willing to saddle him with the woman that I am for the rest of his life, he’s too good of a man, he doesn’t deserve that.
He thinks that me coming here for a few months is going to cure me, he keeps telling me that once I get my head on straight, we can move forward. He doesn’t understand my illness at all. He doesn’t understand that there is no better.
My head will never be straight. I will never be normal. I will always be this way, always, until the day that I die. I am crazy and although I’ve come to terms with that over the past eighteen years, I also know that I will never burden another human with the person that I am, at least not for a lifetime.
About the Author:
I was born and raised in a small farming town in California. I met my husband when I was 16 and he was 19. We married four years later and have two little boys! We lived in Oregon for a few years while he served in the US Coast Guard.
Texas is now where we call home, where our boots rest, and where we’re raising our two little boys and a chocolate lab named Optimus Prime.