Captive in the Dark by C.J. Roberts

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Captive in the Dark by C.J. Roberts

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“The only thing my mind could focus on was his closeness. The intense warmth of his soft fingers press into my wrists. The clean, wet smell of his skin in the air around me.  The invisible pressure of his gaze up me. What was this?”

“His touch was simple, but specific, meant to show me he could be like a lover, gentle, intimate, but also that he was a man unaccustomed to hearing the word no. Yes. I understood. He was a man, and I? I was nothing but a girl, not even a woman.  I was meant to fall at his feet and worship at the altar of his masculinity, grateful that he’d deigned to acknowledge me.  All this, from a simple touch.”

“He was my tormentor and my solace; the creator of the dark and the light within.  I didn’t care that he would undoubtedly hurt me at any moment, right now; I just needed somebody to hold me, somebody to be kind to me, somebody to tell me exactly those words.”

2 replies

  1. This woman had me chained down to both these books. Her writing is is poetic but disturbing in the same fact. LOVED IT!! GREAT QUOTE

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