Series: Dark Obsession #2
on April 19, 2016
Second chances are sweeter than ever in Charlotte Stein’s steamy Dark Obsession series—perfect for fans of Katy Evans—as a self-reliant college girl falls for a reformed bully who’s desperate to make up for lost time.
Letty Carmichael can’t believe her eyes when she catches a glimpse of her high school tormenter, wrestling champ Tate Sullivan, on campus. College was supposed to be her escape from Tate’s constant ridicule. Now he’s in her classes again, just waiting for his chance to make her life hell. But when Letty and Tate are partnered up for an assignment—on sex in cinema, of all things—she starts to see a kinder, gentler side of him. And when she realizes Tate knows more about sex than she could ever guess at, he soon starts making her blush in a whole new way.
Tate Sullivan is haunted by regret over his cruelty toward Letty. So when she agrees to work with him, he seizes his chance to make amends. He can’t blame her for not believing he’s for real, but soon Tate starts to break down her wall. She wants to know about passion, desire, lust—topics he is well versed in. And in return she offers the one thing he always wanted: the chance to be more than just a jock.
Letty is shocked by how sensitive Tate can be. Still, desiring him feels ludicrous. Loving him is impossible. Craving him is beyond all reason. So why can’t she stop?
4 Redemption Stars ⭐️
Letty barely survived high school and college was supposed to be her fresh beginning. But when she encounters one of her former bullies in class, things would certainly change, possibly even for the better.
Tate royally fucked up. He tormented and hurt one of the nicest girls he once knew. Letting peer pressure and stupidity guide his actions he ruined the only chance he had. Completely remorseful, how does he regain the trust that he once burned to the ground?
So, with his first act of kindness, Letty starts to see Tate in a new light.
“You don’t have to be grateful. In fact, maybe don’t ever be grateful because I don’t know how to deal with it. Let’s just say I’m really in the red, and it’s going to take me like twenty good deeds before I get anywhere close to the black. Then you can say thank you.”
When paired together for a class project, Letty is horrified where Tate sees this as an opportunity to redeem himself. For every step they take forward, Letty takes two steps back until the truth is told. The truth where Tate has always liked the girl, admired the girl, lusted after the girl. And that actions cannot be forgotten but forgiveness can be earned.
“This is what regret feels like when someone puts it in the form of an embrace, she thought,”
Never Sweeter is an erotic tale of second chances, forgiveness and love so sexy that it burns up the pages….