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On Sale: 09/02/2014
What if you could have everything you've always wanted, but it cost you the life you've always known?
Rafe Ranier was my boss and secret crush. A rock musician by night and head of a billion dollar empire by day, Rafe could have any woman he wanted. But I was just the shy secretary he never noticed. For years I obsessed over him, until I finally realized I had to walk away. I needed to leave my secure life behind to discover who I really was.
I never expected Rafe to follow me.
Now I'm on the road with his band, Savage Kiss, and all my secret fantasies are coming true. But I fear I've made a huge mistake, because if I get any more attached to a man I can never truly have, my heart will be broken beyond all repair.
"Utterly hot, intense, fierce, and passionate, Opal Carew's writing is amazing. Top pick!" –The Romance ReviewsFirst published as a six-part erotic serial, His to Claim is the intoxicating tale of a woman torn between a tattooed, bad boy rock musician and the life she's always know. Now available for the first time as a complete book, this edition features sizzling new bonus material.
Melanie's heart stopped as the bell over the door rang and she glanced up to see a tall man in a dark gray suit walk in. Something about his tall, broad-shouldered form and expensive suit reminded her of Rafe for...
Praise for His to Claim
“Utterly hot, intense, fierce, and passionate, Ms. Carew's writing style is amazing. Top pick!” —The Romance Reviews
“Carew brings erotic romance to a whole new level . . . she sets your senses on fire!” —Reader to Reader
“You might find yourself needing to turn on the air conditioner because this book is HOT! Ms. Carew just keeps getting better.” —Romance Junkies
“A dip in an icy pool in the winter is what I needed just to cool off a little once I finished this yummy tale!” —Night Owl Reviews (5 stars)
“Carew is truly a goddess of sensuality in her writing.” —Dark Angel Reviews
“Whew! A curl-your-toes, hot and sweaty erotic romance. I didn't put this book down until I read it from cover to cover . . . I highly recommend this one.” —Fresh Fiction