Bound (A New Life Book 2)
Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub
A New Life Series is an epic adventure. TORI FARRELL's life IS one wild story... escaped from a biker gang and running from drug lords... used by the FBI and hoping to protect her present from her past... IT'S DARK - IT'S BRUTAL, and it's WORTH EVERY MINUTE OF IT!! (Mature read, 18+ for graphic sexual content and violence, including rape)
man who was with her knew whom she belonged to. He opened his pants and instructed her to get on her knees. Kneeling on the ground before him, she wasn't sure how to please him, having only touched Henry the one time a few short nights before. He guided her head with his hand as she took him in her mouth, and it made her gag as he forced his hardened organ into her throat. Tori managed to hold back the urge to vomit, and did her best to please him. After a few minutes, he used her hair to pull
house. Her round face smiled warmly, while she flipped her long straight auburn locks over her shoulder. Moving around the room, Robert looked to be about forty-ish with dark hair curling around his balding dome and a bushy beard and mustache combo. He smiled as well and stepped forward, offering his hand, which Brandon quickly headed off with a short, “She doesn't like to be touched,” for her. Curling the outstretched fingers into a brief fist, he settled for a small wave, “Call me Bob.” The
volume and placed it on the podium. She half expected him to start with, My name is . . ., the thought bringing a slight smile to her lips. Instead, his first words were, “Today, I want to talk about forgiveness.” Immediately, Tori's heart began to pound. He went on to say that there were different types of forgiveness, explaining some of them in detail, such as the forgiveness of God. She listened intently, her hands folded in her lap in front of her as she pressed her palms together tightly.
giving her a pep talk in a low voice, “Try and relax. Everything’s fine. And it’s going to be great once you get there.” Tori looked at her with tears brimming over in her crystal blue eyes. “I don't want to go,” she stated with a slight whine. “You and Eli are the only friends I have. The only people I know. What the hell am I going to do in LA?” Things had been an emotional rollercoaster for the girl, only finding out the previous day that she was leaving, and would not see either of the only
connected hands to some slow, unheard melody. Reaching the small diner that stood four blocks down from the double doors of the shop, Max held the entrance for her as she made her way inside. Mmm, a gentleman, she thought to herself, realizing she had not seen many of those in her lifetime. Sliding into a round booth in the corner, Tori appreciated being able to see the expanse of the room, as she still harbored a deep distrust of people. Max scooted around next to her comfortably, giving her a