From M Mabie comes the angst-filled Knot Duet featuring a one-woman man and the woman he can’t resist. An intense story spanning years of lust, friendship, love, and heartache.
TWISTED DESIRE | Knot Duet, Book One
I wasn’t looking for Nora Koehl, and she sure as hell wasn’t looking for me. We were two people speeding in opposite directions. Our relationship was born out of lust, curiosity, and compromises neither of us intended to keep.
Being with one person wasn’t Nora’s style, and I refused to share her.
Then everything changed, and together we bent every rule we’d ever made… until they broke. Our need for each other led us to the lies we told. Mistakes we made.
We’re tangled and twisted—bound by our desire—but anything less than all of Nora will never be enough. Now this knot in my stomach only gets tighter, wondering if I can accept and love her for who she is.
Will it even be enough for her to love me back?
READ FOR FREE w/ KindleUnlimited → [[[link here]]]
NOTE: TWISTED DESIRE & TETHERED LOVE are a re-launch of a previously released novel titled KNOT from 2016.
TETHERED LOVE | Knot Duet, Book Two | Coming March 29
I’m lying to myself, but I can’t stop.
At least, not until Reagan’s hands bring me to life. He lays claim to me like no one else and makes promises I can’t keep.
I push him away because he deserves more, but wherever I go, he always pulls me back.
My heart is tethered to his. Across miles. Through every lonely night apart. The feeling of him never goes away.
Love never lets go.
ADD TO GOORDREADS → http://bit.ly/mabietlgrPRE-ORDER
M. Mabie is the writer who made thousands of readers hate to love (and love to hate) the angst-filled contemporary romance, Bait.
She lives in Illinois with her husband. She writes unconventional love stories and tries to embody “real-life romance.” She cares about politics, but will not discuss them in public. She uses the same fork at every meal, watches Wayne’s World while cleaning, and lets her dog sleep on her head.
She has always been a writer. In fact, she was born with a pen in her hand, which almost never happens. Almost. M. Mabie usually doesn’t speak in third-person. She promises.
Take the Bait Reader’s Group: facebook.com/groups/takethebait