New York Times best selling author, Tatum Longley, is being forced out of her comfort zone. Her publisher needs her to change from hard hitting nonfiction to romance writing.
But first she must find a muse.
Angelo has no desire to form relationships with anyone around him. But when a very persistent Tatum makes him an offer that nearly knocks this six foot five, long-haired, tattooed, dangerous looking man, on his ass.
Will he be able to resist the temptation, or will he allow her to use him?
***This is a stand-alone romance in the Caldwell Brothers Series. Although part of the Caldwell Brothers series, it is not necessary to read those books, but it is recommended.
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I enjoyed this story as Angelo’s outlook on life is different than most “bad boys”...... good story!
I wish I could do more than five stars I would give this book ten. This will be my favorite book of the year. I love Kid and Tatum's story. They both have there own issues. They make for one amazingly complicated couple. Could not wait to see where the story would go. Kid is a stubborn hard headed growling alpha male. Tatum is a hard headed female. She isn't afraid to put herself out there to get what she wants. Absolutely must read. Amazing.
Raw, gritty, unfiltered passion...a magnificent torment and a raunchy grace...
By: Chelsea Camaron & MJ Fields
5 Star Review by Kristie K
Raw, gritty, unfiltered passion graces the pages of this stunning novel, both a magnificent torment, and a raunchy grace…
DAYUM…Chelsea Camaron and MJ Fields completely blew me away with this one. Now that I have read Use Me, and met these characters, I am sad and disappointed in myself that I haven’t read the previous three installments of this series. I mean, really…there is no excuse! Ok, maybe I didn’t know this series existed until Use Me, but still! Everything about this book grabbed me and held me firmly in it’s clutches, from beginning to end. The characters were beautifully flawed, stunningly broken, and what they expressed was pure, raw, unadulterated emotion. They were so brilliantly real. The plot and storyline were refreshingly unique, I absolutely loved the premise, and the execution was stellar. The character development was excellent, giving you just enough to keep you guessing…then dropping a bomb or two along the way. The sexual chemistry was electric, volcanic, and blisteringly hot…obliterating any possibility of a dry seat in the house. I will definitely be rectifying the situation I indicated earlier, and reading the first three installments of this series. All the while waiting for the next one to grace my kindle later this year. These authors can use me any time they need…