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A new steamy, lighthearted contemporary romance from New York Times, USA Today, and Wall Street Journal bestselling author Georgia Cates.
He's going to tutor her in more ways than one.
My best friend's little sister--that's all Claudia Bliss is to me.
My head keeps trying to convince my heart, but both know it's a damn lie.
It's her face I see every time I close my eyes.
It's her lips I long to kiss.
It's her touch I crave in the dark.
She's the one I love... but wanting Claudia is wrong.
She's been like a little sister to me since the day she was born. Now, everything between us is changing--including the special bond we've always shared. It's stronger than ever... and becoming something so different. Something so hot. Something so forbidden.
My little dove is growing up.
Doesn't matter how wrong it is, I can't stop wanting her.
I will have her.
Bram Windsor. I have loved him my entire life.
For years, I was nothing more than one of the boys to him. Owen's little sister. The pest who tagged along everywhere the boys went. But now, everything has changed.
I've grown up and it's time Bram sees me for what I am. A woman. A sexual being who wants him. A virgin more than ready to give herself to him.
I don't care what our friends or family say. I love him and everything about being together feels right.
I will have him.
***Note from Georgia—
Sweet Torment is a 33k+ word standalone novella. It is a rewrite of a 12k word short story previously published as Cherry Popper under the pen name Jade Sinner and is no longer available for purchase. HEA. No cheating. No cliffhanger.
Not what I was expecting from Georgia
In Sweet Torment, Claudia is seventeen no longer the little girl following behind her brother and his friends. Bram is twenty-three and has taken notice of the changes to Claudia’s body.
I felt Claudia’s sexual dialogue was overkill. I felt it was used to help alleviate her age and make her appear more mature and not so naive.
Sweet Torment was a countdown until Claudia’s eighteenth birthday. Claudia and Bram’s primary concern was sex. I would have thought after growing up together they could spend the last few months bonding in non sexual ways. I hate to say this, but Georgia used too many adjectives to describe the sexual encounters. I found offense to too many words when this was suppose to be a lighthearted contemporary romance. This read like a tutorial on how to take a young girls virginity.
Where is the Georgia Cates that wrote the Beauty series? The writing style was lacking the angst and powerful words used to make me ache for more. This was not a page turner story for me.
I should have paid more attention to the words novella. This was a short story that included Tap. Wish I had known that.