Destroy Me by Laura Bailey
Pulverize Me, (The Obsession Series Books 1-3. Finish.)
How might somebody spare you when they debilitate to break you in two?
My captor, My adversary, My beginning and end.
He guarantees to spare me. He instructs me to leave while I can.
A man as threatening as he is alluring, a man whose touch singes me, a man whose snapshots of dedication are more awful than his insensitivity.
From the minute his eyes held mine I had no real option except to surrender to all that he was; his dim goals, his enthusiasm, his quality.
An intense fixation and illegal needs expend us both. Bound to his dim sexuality, we leave on a clash of wills. He pushes me to the edge.
He looks for discharge in me, transitory escape from the torment and depression that fills him. He conveys the scars of the frightful legacy of dull privileged insights.
His goals are unquestionable, our fixation unavoidable, however he doesn’t confide in me.