- Published: March 21, 2010
The Original Dark Romance
Published in early 2010. If you love dark romance, this is where it started…
The first day of my captivity was like being born… or dying. They’re both kind of the same thing with the long tunnel and the bright light at the end. Maybe it wasn’t like either, actually. Maybe I’m remembering it wrong because for me that day all there was, was darkness.
Today I found something beautiful and decided to break it. I wanted to see it shatter in my hand and crumble at my feet. Her name is Emily Vargas. She’s bright and educated and stunning. Articulate. She’ll want someone to talk to her.
What Readers And Authors Are Saying
You’ll never look at Chicken Soup the same way again.” – standard reader comment
I would’ve paid 10x what I paid for this ebook… Grabs hold of you from the first paragraph and never lets go.” – Pam Godwin, NYT Bestselling Author
Sexy and twisted and masterfully written.” – Julia Sykes, USA Today Bestselling Author
Unapologetically dark, breathtaking, and unique, Comfort Food has stayed with me for years after I’ve read it” – Anna Zaires, NYT bestselling author of Twist Me
I wish I could experience it all over again. If you love dark romance, this is the one you MUST read!” -Chelle Bliss, USA Today Bestselling Author of the Men of Inked series
Almost impossible not to read compulsively from start to finish” – Annabel Joseph, New York Times Bestselling Author
This got me hooked in the worst way…a bit like a train wreck in the best way possible.
I loved it.” – Belle Aurora, USA Today Bestselling Author of RAW and Lev
This book is disturbing, the best kind that crawls under your skin and glues your eyes to the page. ” – Addison Cain, USA Today Bestselling Author
Disturbing and thought provoking. Not an easy, comfortable read.” – Kait Nolan, Kait Nolan, USA Today Bestselling author and RITA award winning author
… dark, provocative, and glaringly honest …” – H. Turley
… the most twisted form of psychological conditioning I’ve ever read … will stick in your brain for days after you read it.” – Kathleen Gresham
Chillingly brilliant” — Judith Krain