Monday, June 22, 2015

*** Review & Release day for Sloth By Ella James ***

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Sloth (Sinful Secrets 1)
By Ella James
Release June 22, 2015

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Wow this is an amazing story. Ella was not lying about it
 being dark. And an very long story. Much more so than she 
normally writes. But this book was so worth the wait. She 
keeps you entranced form the first pages, while you try to 
figure out what the gift is that sloth gives R. As they send 
letters back and for to each other. I promise it will not be what
 you are thinking. I was totally shocked. I started to suspect 
when Chloe gets a call from a particular place, 
( I wont say who the cal is from, as it will ruin the story for you) 
But omg I was floored by the revelation. When Chloe puts it
 all together, it is a real eye opener. Then all they have to go 
through. Let's just say he needs her, he just dose not know 
how much they need each other.
This may be a dark story, 
but there is a love story behind it all. 
Kellen needs Cloe more than she knows.
  I am stopping here as this is were it gets real for them,
and if i say much more i will ruin the story.
Let's just hope she can save him one more time.
I hope you enjoy this book I know I did.

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Ella James Note

She writes me back.
I didn’t expect that.

Tells me she’s a lover of chicken pizza and videogames, a 
hot sorority girl with the nickname Sloth. She wants to know 
something about me in return. She says I owe her.

This is how she saves my life. She doesn’t even know it. 
We’ve never even seen each other. But I need a reason. 
Just one reason to continue. She becomes mine.

The anonymity is good. She doesn’t need to know me, but 
I need her kindness. We both live our lives: a letter here, 
a post card there. For three years, I escape my demons. 
And then one day I’m pulled back in.

I’ve resigned myself to what I know is coming. Until the girl 
I’m spanking gives her safe word: 

And then the lie I’m living starts to unravel.


Sloth is an erotic romance. It’s a dark mystery, so if you’re 
sad, go read another book. This one is real, and hard. Not 
that kind of hard. (That kind of hard, too). 
Consider yourself warned.

P.S. The book ends on a beach. That’s all I’m saying. 
As for an HEA, you’ll have to read and see.

P.S.S. Sloth is long as hell—about 500 pages. It was 
supposed to be short and quick. Instead it’s a behemoth that 
consumed its author for six months. As such, the price is 
going from $2.99 to $4.99 shortly after release.

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He looks down at me, and his face is so stern, so 
solemn…so hungry that I almost flee right then.

Instead, I ride it out. I tell myself I can handle whatever 
happens, and I stand my ground as he turns the knob and 
pushes it open.

His eyes cling to my face as he waves me inside first.

I step inside expecting something grand. Elaborate. Even 
magical. And that’s exactly what I find.

The wall in front of me is nothing but a sheet of glass, giving 
me a stunning view of the tops of pines, and the river rushing 
over rocks below them. Above the treetops, the pale sky 
stretches on and on, marred only by another crow or hawk or raven.
I could get lost in that view, but I don’t let myself. I roll my 
gaze around the room, taking in its deep plum walls, high 
ceilings. There’s even a fancy indention at the center of the 
ceiling, something that looks right out of a home and garden 
magazine. And to my left is the bed. A huge, imposing, 
mahogany canopy with a pale green duvet and curtains that 
drop down around it.

A bed for sex.

My hunch is confirmed when I notice, amongst the heavy 
dresser and wide desk, a claw-footed tub in one corner of the bedroom.
I’ve got my mouth half open, trying to decide if I should just 
be me and blurt out “sex cave,” or continue with my act and 
feign charm.
I turn around to him, belatedly realizing I should be making 
sure he doesn’t shut and lock the door. I find his eyes on me,
 but when my gaze meets his, he breaks away and walks over
 to the window.
“This used to be my room,” he says without turning around to 
look at me.
“I gave it up for trainees.”

That sounds kinky.” It’s unplanned; I just murmur it.

He turns to me, his eyes hardened, his mouth gone 
sensuously soft. “You think so, Miss Whatley?”

I nod, and he walks over to me.

His hands close around my wrists. He looks into my eyes, 
like he’s desperate to see what I’m thinking. He brings one of 
my hands to his mouth. The soft brush of his lips on my palm 
makes me tingle, but it doesn’t matter. I’m going through with 
my plan regardless of how attracted I am to him.

“Can you see yourself staying here?” he asks, in that low, 
deep, sexy voice of his.

“I don’t know.” I try to sound weak; uncertain. “I think I’d miss 
my friends at the Tri Gam house.”

“I could make you forget about them while you’re here.”


“How could you do that?”

He steps a little closer to me, sending my pulse racing. His 
wide chest is inches from my breasts. I find myself longing to 
step forward.
Instead, he does.
My breasts mash against his chest as our hips brush. Half a 
heartbeat later, I feel his dick pressing against my lower belly.

Oh my God.
His hands come up and frame my face. His eyes, on mine, 
are hypnotic.
“I’m not going to lie to you. I want your body, Cleopatra. I’d 
like nothing more than for you to stay here with me. I’ll teach 
you to deal—teach you how to avoid getting caught, how to

maximize your, our earnings—and we can see if this goes anywhere.”
“That’s why you brought me up here?” I whisper.
He nods slowly.

Ella James is a USA Today bestselling author who writes 
teen and adult romance. She is happily married to a man 
who knows how to wield a red pen, and together they are 
raising a feisty two-year-old who will probably grow up 
believing everyone's parents go to war over the placement of a comma.
Ella's books have been listed on numerous Amazon 
bestseller lists, including the Movers & Shakers list and the 
Amazon Top 100; two were listed among Amazon's Top 100 
Young Adult Ebooks of 2012.

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