Crash: Crash Series, Vol 1 by Drew Jordan
Date of Publication: November 1, 2015
This is a dark, erotic thriller intended for mature readers.
The greatest love stories begin with blood…
There is blood. There is pain. And there is him. These are the first things I register when I wake up, the lone survivor in an Alaskan plane crash. He carries me to safety over rough terrain and brings me to his cabin in the woods. He has no name. Or none he will tell me.
As snow creeps across the harsh and isolated landscape, he is my only company. My protector, my caretaker. A fascinating enigma, with mysterious eyes, gentle hands, and a rough voice that demands more from me than I ever expected to give. I make up different stories, different names for him depending on his mood, because I know nothing about him except that he is my only connection to the real world I want to return to. So I work to please him, plotting my escape, yet all the while I start to crave him and every touch of his dominating body.
He has saved me from the cold. From death. But in taking me and my body, will he destroy me?
Crash is the first in the Crash Trilogy of books and let me tell you, after book one, I’m totally hooked! Pretty much the entire book takes place in the same desolate location between the two main characters, but there’s plenty going on to keep a reader hooked!
Lanie wakes up after her plane crashes in pain as the only survivor. She ends up being rescued by a large, stern looking man. He takes her back to his cabin and takes care of her wounds. He won’t tell her his name, he demands that she obey him, he has a penchant for rope, and he tells her she can’t ever leave.
This is all told from Lanie’s POV in first person, and she has a bunch of humorous moments as she tries to come up with a name for the Stranger, and some super, sexy hot moments as the Stranger shows his dominant side in bed (and out of it!) Not to mention lots of secrets exposed and a shocker at the end. Definitely a keeper! Very excited for the next book!
About Drew Jordan
Drew Jordan has always liked the dark, mysterious, and sexy, and she wrote CRASH after a writer friend challenged her to “write without rules.” She lives in Miami Beach, the opposite of snowy Alaska, a fact she is grateful for every day in January.