“Stein’s surreal storytelling is elevated to a whole new level of madness with Intrusion…Stein has a delightfully peculiar voice and makes colorful use of stream of consciousness with Beth’s first person point of view. Readers won’t want to wait to see what she does next.” (Romantic Times BOOKclub, 4.5 stars Top Pick for INTRUSION)
“Charlotte Stein put me inside the heroine’s mind and it was an amazing place to be. I never wanted to leave.” (New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Tessa Bailey)
“By seizing on the power of erotic language and allowing it to range from rhapsodic to raunchy, Stein has written a radiant ode to the mind-the biggest erogenous zone of all.” (Publishers Weekly (starred review) for INTRUSION)
“Brutally beautiful, gripping and sexy. I felt every second of this book down to my toes.” (New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Tessa Bailey)
“A short, steamy, moody read that will have the reader taut with all kinds of delicious tension ....” (--Jay Crownover, New York Times bestselling author)
Although the relationship between these characters is a slow-build, their dynamic both in and out of bed is very raw and intense, creating strong sexual and emotional tension. (Library Journal (starred review))
From the Back Cover
They say I need help. Another exorcism. This is not new. This is my life. Today, I expect to suffer at the hands of a man as warped by superstition and fear as my mother. A man who will torture me in order to save me from things that don't exist.
But the man who actually comes to me is different.
Killian is good and decent, and he sees what's good and decent in me. And I don't mean for it to happen, but every time he looks at me, his gaze sets me on fire. He brings me to the light, gives me back my life. For the first time, I see a future for myself.
A future with him.
I burn for Killian—a man who's intent on protecting me. On healing me.
He doesn't get it. The only thing that can heal me is him. But Killian will soon be a priest. Untouchable. Forbidden.
How can I ask a man to choose between me … and God?