The Jack’s Heart (Prison Saints #1) by Demi Vice
Publication Date: May 26, 2018
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I’m the Jackpot of all Men.
The Jackhammer of all F*cks.
The Jack of all Trades.
If you haven’t guessed it yet, the name’s Jack. For the last seven years, I gave up my freedom for a crime I didn’t commit, and all for money, my retirement, and my dreams.
When it was time to leave, my cellmate asked me for a favor. Find his sister, give her a letter, and leave. Easy, right?
Nothing about Ahri was easy. She was a stubborn beauty, an intoxicating mystery, and a feisty fury. She was nowhere near perfect, but perfection was overrated, and Ahrianna Lore was underrated.
I went along with the lie of who she thought I was—just some guy looking at the apartment next door. It was supposed to be a quick hookup, but curiosity got the best of me.
I read the letter.
Have you ever heard the story about the Jack of hearts whose heart was stolen by a beautiful thief?
Oh, hello Demi Vice and goodbye to any money in my bank account. I can already tell that any book that Demi Vice writes I will want to add to my collection of books. What a fabulous debut novel. I am in love with this book. It is hot and lusty and right up my alley. If you are looking for rainbows and sunshine, this is not the book for you.
“What did I tell you about hiding my marks, Ahrianna?” I spoke lowly. “I hate sharing just as much as you do.” Ahri stayed quiet. This time her wide eyes were full of lust. “You were a mistake, and we’re not going to fuck again.” She was full of lies. I licked her sweet neck; her skin prickling under my touch. “You don’t strike me as a liar, baby girl. So, if you call me a fucking ‘mistake’ again, I’m going to tie you up and fuck you so hard, you’ll realize that I’m the best damn thing to ever happen to you, Ahrianna. Because I am.” I turned into an animal, biting her neck as she held in her moans. “It’s going to happen again. We’re going to happen again,” I continued. “I’m a man with dire urges, and right now, you’re the only one that can fill them. Would you like me to prove that to you right here while Agata watches?”
I was sucked into this book from the first page and could not and did not wait to put this book down for a second. I tried my best to draw out my reading for this one because I knew I’d want to read more. Jack Baron is Daddy and I couldn’t get enough of him. My god, is there a man that is as perfect as Jack? I don’t think so. He is arrogant, cocky, hot, and loves to tell you what to do. I couldn’t get enough of him. Ahrianna Lore (Ahri) presents herself as a bad girl/badass who takes no shit. Though truly on the inside, she is a good girl and wants nothing but the best for the ones she loves. She will defend and do anything to protect her family. These two are perfect for each other, though they have gone through different situations, they are so alike and broken. But together? They are perfect for each other. I loved the story, it had a great flow and the way it was written is great. This is a total ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ read from me.
“Our story isn’t written in stone but carved into my heart, my bones, my soul. You’re my everything and anything. My perfect, broken half, Ahrianna Lore. You’re my goddess, and I’m merely a king with the right playing cards. And I promise I’ll never lie to you again. I swear on my grave, I’ll never lie to you again.”
About the Author:
Demi Vice lives in the windy city of Chicago and is a graphic designer by day and a romance writer by night. She’s hopelessly consumed by new ideas involving flawed characters who border between good or bad, heroes or villains, saints or sinners, and deserve happily-ever-after endings.
She enjoys reading Edgar Allan Poe, cooking medium-rare steaks, and trying to relax by doing yoga and drinking green tea.
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Sounds really interesting!
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It really was!