Review: Unconventional by Aleatha Romig

This book is part of THE VAULT -- A SINFULLY SEXY COLLECTION

UNCONVENTIONAL by Aleatha Romig

Erika Ellis is available to everyone, each night, on their TV—news at five-thirty and again at six o’clock. Viewers think they know her.

They don’t, not like I do.

I’ve watched her—closer than the others—not only on the news, but at all hours of the day and night. I’ve taken my time and learned her routines and her secrets. I know what she needs.

I’ll bring her fantasies to life, even the ones she’s yet to realize. I’ll be the one to teach her that in submission there is power. She’ll understand that she doesn’t need accolades from her viewers or the world. She doesn’t need to be primped and primed. My praise is what she’ll live for. Bound and helpless is where her freedom will be found.

The truth behind the stage makeup and faux laugh is that she’s mine—nothing she can do or say will change that.

She doesn’t know my unconventional plans.

That’s okay.

She will.

It’s time to make my move.

I’m Victor Cross, the only man for the job.

Unconventional is a standalone story inside The Vault Volume One.

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**** 4 Star Review ****
What did I just read?!?! If you think Aleatha can't possibly throw anymore twists at you, BOOM! She writes this sexy, sinful, hold your breath novella. You think you know what you're reading. Then, in pure Aleatha fashion, she throws a wrench right at your head!

I found myself cringing, begging for it to stop while I was reading this book. My heart was going a mile a minute. I couldn't believe Aleatha was pushing this boundary. I didn't know what to think. I totally didn't see it or the twist coming.

If you have read any of Aleatha's darker stories, you already know that her plot twists are a complete game changer. They turn the story as you thought it was, completely upside-down. This novella is no different. My eyes were bugging out of my head until that plot twist happened. I was able to breathe again. It was definitely a slow-clap moment. Kudos to you Aleatha for another heart-pounding, OMG read!

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