Wednesday, April 27, 2016

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Marry Screw Kill by Liv Morris is NOW LIVE!

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There are two men in my life. I’m marrying one, want to screw the brains out of another, and by the time this story is over you may want to kill someone.

The choices are still pending...

A NO CHEATING standalone you need to read sitting down.

Wow.. that is about what I can honestly say about this book. This was the first book I have ever read by Liv Morris and I am SO going back for more. This is one of my top reads so far this year and I still cannot stop thinking about it or recommending it! The storyline is unique and one of a kind. The whole concept of this book had me enthralled within pages of starting it.
With everything that Harlow has gone through my heart shattered for her. But then there is James. I SO wanted to junk punch him so many times!!! Sinclair… oh sweet baby mama… Sin is literally just that… Sin on a stick. You can feel the chemistry between him and Harlow as soon as they meet and holy smokes is it HAWT! Between their banter and the chemistry you can get a real feel for how these two are meant for each other.
What I really enjoyed about this book is how you get to watch all the characters evolve and transform. The development of them was bar none and it kept me constantly turning the page. When it says in the blurb you want to read this in one sitting, Morris was not kidding. The fluidity of the book had the words just pouring off the page and before you know it, you are at the ending. There were so many unexpected surprises and twists that I was floored. From beginning to end to that epilogue, Morris leaves a personal stamp on your heart and your soul with this book.
Overall, thank you Liv Morris for what is one phenomenal read. With everything that I have read this year, this is one book that will stick with me. There are so many minor details to major events that keeps this book on your toes and I cannot recommend it enough to anyone. It is so NOT what I honestly expected and for that, it has me floored in awe!
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“Harlow, Harlow,” he murmurs in reverence, as if my previous profession of love has brought him to his knees.
He takes my hand and brings it to his lips. His gentle kisses make me drift to a memory from a couple hours ago when Sin’s lips brushed over my knuckles. I felt everything then. My senses hummed. Now, I feel nothing.
I try to ease my hand from his, but his grip holds me in place. “Do you have any idea how long I’ve wanted to hear you say these words?” He places another kiss on my hand. “I forgive you for tonight.”
I do need his forgiveness, because his lips aren’t the ones I want on me. The ones I want belong to the man driving the car behind us. The fact that he’s James’ nephew makes me feel even more ashamed. What is wrong with me?
“You say you love me, but I need you to show me your love. Erase what I saw.” He releases my hand and I can guess what he wants: sex. It’s how he communicates.
“Unzip your dress and remove your bra,” he instructs, his voice rough.
I don’t want to upset him more, so I work myself out of my dress and bra. The air conditioning blows across my bare breasts and my nipples harden. I’m tempted to cover them with my hands, but he wouldn’t approve, so they stay at my sides.
Eyeing my exposed body, he licks his lips, pleased with what he sees. He reaches over to touch the side of my breast, cupping it with his hand. His thumb finds my nipple and strokes over it, pinching it hard. I inhale a sharp breath at the assaulting sensation.
“You’re utter perfection. Feel how hard you make me.” His fingers leave my breast and grip my hand. Placing my hand over his bulging erection and curling my fingers around him, I close my eyes.
“Now, unzip my pants and put me in your hot mouth.”

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About the Author:
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Liv Morris
USA Today bestselling author, Liv Morris, was raised in the Ozark Mountains of Missouri. She now resides on the rock known as St. Croix, USVI with her first and hopefully last husband. After relocating twelve times during his corporate career, she qualifies as a professional mover. Learning to bloom where she's planted, Liv brings her moving and life experience to her writing.


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