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About Andréa Joy
A.J. Daniels is now writing as Andréa Joy
Andréa is a shark obsessed, beach loving girl forced to endure the long Canadian winters. When she's not writing, in a lecture at the local university, or at her big girl job, you can find her binge watching true crime shows or Bones. Coffee is her love language.
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“You are worth loving, Sky… I’ll never let you forget that.”
Ashton Bailey was the love of my life. Until he became my enemy.
A freak accident erased his memory. Of me. Of us.
It killed me that he didn’t remember the nights we shared blissfully ignorant of the world as we explored each other. The whispered words in the heat of passion.
He may not have remembered that he loved me, but I would make him. I wouldn’t stop until he remembered everything.
“What do you want, Mio Amato?”
The accident may have taken my memories, but my body remembered despite my attempts to struggle. He broke my body until my mind had no choice but to give up the truth of what I’d forgotten. Then he walked away.
I wanted to rage at the universe for the time we’d lost. At Skyler, for what he did to me. But what I wanted more was to get him back in my bed again. Time in our lifestyle wasn’t guaranteed, and we had a lot to make up for.
The question now was, would Sky be willing to leave the past where it belonged so that we could have the future we both deserved? Together.
Everyone always says love will find you when you’re not looking. Well, they’re not wrong. Except, the man my heart stupidly fell for was more interested in playing his own twisted game of catch and release. Claiming me for himself, then pushing me away when I got too close, but there was an aura of darkness clouded around him.
A darkness that beckoned to me.
A darkness I was grateful for when those he thought he could trust ripped me away in the middle of the night to be a pawn in their own sick, twisted game.
She was supposed to be an itch I needed to scratch. That red dress and those pale blue eyes called to me like a siren. In my line of work falling in love is dangerous.
“I believe there’s good in you, Brax,” she had said.
“Baby, I’m the thing monsters are afraid of,” I warned her.
I pushed her away, thinking she would be safe from this fucked up life I lead.
I couldn’t have been more wrong.
My enemies smelled fresh blood. They knew if they wanted to take me down, they had to get to her. But it wasn’t my enemies I had to worry about. No, the threat was a lot closer than I thought. It shouldn’t have surprised me. After all, the devil was once an angel.
Klara was my light out of this hell, and now she was in danger of being snuffed out. But not if I could help it.
They should’ve thought twice before taking what belongs to me. Now, I’m out for blood, and I’m not stopping until my concrete floor runs red.
I’ve always been the dutiful best friend to Braxton De Luca, the Don of the Italian Mafia. But being associated with the Famiglia comes with certain… understandings. I’ve been hiding, never acting on my deepest desires for fear that once the Famiglia find out my secret, it’ll be my blood being spilled next. But when the chance to get away for a couple of weeks presents itself, I jump on it, figuring time spent on the beach soaking up some rays is exactly what I need to recharge. That is until a chance encounter with a stranger my first day in Caye Caulker, Belize, threatens twenty years of buried secrets.
Will I finally admit to myself and the Famiglia what I want? How will the Famiglia react when their illusion of me is shattered?
Falling in love again was never part of the plan, and certainly not with someone who was supposed to be a vacation fling. Definitely not with someone who turns out to be my new boss. But the more he pulls me in, the more I find myself falling for him. Our love is forbidden by those he calls family, but neither one of us can stop whatever is growing between us. He has secrets, but so do I.
He hides from those he holds dear. I hide from a nightmare.
I begged, pleaded with them to not make me do it. To spare his life. It was the only thing I ever asked of them and instead of granting me my sole wish, they gave me an ultimatum.
Him or me.
If I couldn’t choose, we would both die.
Could I sacrifice the man who saved me to save myself?
She thinks I don’t know the real reason for her seeking me out after two years. But I know. What I hadn’t anticipated was my body’s reaction to her when she stumbled into my apartment.
But hell, as long as she’s playing the game, I will too.
I’ll have her as much and in as many ways as I can get her until the time comes when the decision will have to be made; me or her.
Together we’ll destroy each other.
Could I walk away from the girl with the emerald eyes?
Dying is easy.
Living is hard.
For eight years I’ve been teetering on the brink. Wondering when it would be my turn to finally leave this place and be reunited with the love of my life.
I wasn’t looking to replace the kind of love Emily and I had. Never intended for it to find me either. Especially with someone so much younger, but something about her calls to me like a siren in the night. Before I know it, the memories of the love I lost are slowly fading and being replaced by memories of her.
But is it worth fighting for?
I’ve been in love with Mason James before I ever knew the meaning of the word. Our love wasn’t easy. The road to get here was messy and complicated, but all the good love stories are, right?
Now someone is threatening to destroy all we’ve worked hard to build. Someone who is obsessed with taking down my cousin and will stop at nothing even if it means destroying those who get in his way. I’m forced to make the hardest decision of my life; agree to his proposition or watch the ones I love suffer.
The decision is easy.
The lying is hard.
I just hope that when all this is over, Mason will be able to forgive me.
With love, laughter, and just a bit of drama that always seems to follow them wherever they go.
A Famiglia Christmas is a 22,000 word novella and should not be read before Dark Illusion
She thinks I don’t remember who she is, but I do. I knew the moment I caught a glimpse of the scar behind her ear. If she thinks she’ll be kneeling for any other Dom, she’s got another thing coming. She’s mine. She was always mine.
I tell myself it will only be one more time and then I’ll force myself to move on and leave the silly teenage crush in the past. Thing is, I can’t seem to walk away from him, and it’s not long before I find myself back at Club Nineveh, requesting him as my Dom.
Deadly Surrender is a Famigila series novella
*****This story was originally part of the Dominated by Desire Anthology**
That was all he was ever supposed to be.
But now he wants me not only in his bed, but in his life.
And he'll do anything to bind me to him. Including striking a deal for my hand.
The thing is, I'm not entirely sure that I want to fight it.
**The events of this book happen after A Famiglia Christmas
*** Bound to You was previously published in the Guns Blazing anthology.
Can love really conquer all for Jessika and Alessandro?
Deadly Intentions is the continuation of Jessika and Alessandro’s story. It is a novella and should not be read before Dark Betrayal.
My momma always said that my curiosity will get me killed one day, and boy was she right.
I just never thought my death would come at the hands of the four men I love.
There’s a reason they call us the Four Horsemen. We warned her to stay away. Now she’ll become our greatest love and our hardest sacrifice.
*Please note: The Fallen is a reverse harem duet, and book 1 does end on a cliffhanger.
But on our first night as humans, we failed.
Our powers bound against our will to a group called The Elders. Now they dictate how and when we use our gifts. For centuries, we’ve tried to find a way to break the curse but to no avail.
And then we saw her. The one who is the key in setting us free. If we are ever to be free from our chains, we need to convince her to give us another chance.
Four Fallen Angels redeemed again.
*Redeemed is book 2 in The Fallen duet and should not be read before Cursed (book 1).
When I came close to dying, he offered me a lifeline.
When I needed a family, he gave me his.
He was selfless and gentle, and everything I’d convinced myself I would never have.
Deacon Rutherford opened a world that had been out of reach to me for a long time. I would be forever grateful to him, but I couldn’t rely on him to fight my demons forever.
At some point I would have to face my past. Would his lifeline be enough to keep my walls from crashing?