Mine To Crave
New York Times and USA Today best-selling author Cynthia Eden continues her dark and sexy “Mine” romantic suspense series with…MINE TO CRAVE.
HE TAKES WHAT HE WANTS.
From the moment that billionaire casino owner Drake Archer sees Jasmine Bennett, he’s obsessed. Consumed by desire for the mysterious redhead, Drake will do anything necessary to claim her. Yet as desire rages between them, danger is stalking ever closer. Drake’s past isn’t dead, and the ex-Special Forces agent will soon have to face the ghosts he left behind.
SHE’S HIDING SECRETS.
Jasmine isn’t who she pretends to be. She’s a woman on a mission—and she’s supposed to be stealing secrets from the mysterious Drake. Falling for him isn’t on her agenda, but when lust and love tangle together, all the rules get broken.
AN ENEMY IS CLOSING IN…
When Drake learns of Jasmine’s betrayal…all hell breaks loose. He knows that he should turn his back on her, but it’s too late for him. He can’t let her go, but he can teach her a lesson. No one betrays him…not without paying a heavy price. Drake will destroy all of the enemies on his trail, he’ll bury his past, and he’ll teach Jasmine to want only him…just as much as he craves her.
Author’s Note: When MINE TO CRAVE is released on 3/10/14, it will be available at all digital retailers. Currently, a pre-order option is available for the book on Amazon. As other pre-orders options become available at additional retailers, I will add those links to this page.
“Thank you,” Jasmine told him.
“Saving me. That doesn’t happen a lot for me.”
He cranked the car. The engine immediately purred to life.
“Please.” The word seemed to be a bit hard for her to say. Interesting. “Don’t…don’t take me to a hospital. I’m staying in a motel just outside of town. Just drop me off there, and I’ll vanish from your life. I promise.”
He pulled into traffic. He was far too aware of her next to him.
“If you turn right at the next intersection, you’ll be able to get back to my motel.”
Drake stared at the road ahead of him.
“The turn is here,” Jasmine said, her voice breaking a bit. From pain? From fear? “You should go right—”
He didn’t go right.
“You’ve got a lot of secrets.”
“Why didn’t you turn? I told you, I’d vanish. I won’t bother you again.”
She was already bothering him plenty. He should drop her off at the nearest hospital. Get on a plane and head down to New Orleans. Find another woman and forget about her. But he heard himself say, “You’re not vanishing.”