★ • ★ Release – Sins of a Bad Boy by Soraya Naomi ★ • ★ @Soraya_Naomi

Blurb Sins of a
Bad Boy
by Soraya Naomi
William Kade was a renowned fighter who fought hard and
played dirty. He titillated all women and was rejected by none – he was an
Original Bad Boy.
An orphan who came from nothing, William became a
ruthless businessman who desired to build an empire from a gaming club and an
illegal fight club with his best friend and mentor, Charles Lindon.
But when profits declined, Charles and William ventured
into a new world and decided to open the first hardcore sex club in the U.S.
More money was needed to expand their business; however, when debts of the
gambling club weren’t being paid, they were forced to take drastic measures to
secure a steady cash flow. Drastic measures that involved Ivy, a woman William
already had unfinished business with. A woman that might be the only female
that equally annoyed and intrigued him.
When William and Ivy start to play a game, the stakes
become higher with each passing day until no one can find a sane way out
anymore.
No
one feels the depth of your pain, only your own heart.
A dark, erotic historical romance.
Book one of The
Original Bad Boys
series. All books in this series are standalones and can
be read in random order.
From Soraya Naomi, Amazon Bestselling Author of the
Mafia Romance, Chicago Syndicate
series.
(check out her Facebook author page to enter the giveaway)
 
Excerpt
 
She
rolled her eyes. “Mr. Kade, please just leave me alone after this dance. You
bore me to no end.”
“Liar,”
he said softly with an icy bite. “I don’t bore you, and my dear Ivy, you do the
exact opposite to me.” He drew her even closer to him. “Don’t tempt me.” An
amused warning was directed at her.
“How am I
tempting you?” she threw back with an absolute bothered countenance.
He gave
her a dark, jaded smile and didn’t answer her since he didn’t comprehend
himself how she was tempting him. William was having a lot of trouble melting
this ice princess, and why he’d actually asked her to dance in the first place
evaded him right now. She was exasperating; why did she have an aversion to
him?
It surprised
him that he possessed such an infatuation for this perfect stranger.
As he
took in her delicate features, he remembered why he’d asked her to dance. She
was oblivious to how she shimmered with an innate sensuality. There was
something in her sky-blue eyes that betrayed a hidden desire, or fear. He
couldn’t quite make out which one, and usually, he could read people easily
because Charles had taught William to notice and how to interpret people’s
mannerisms. And he still didn’t know her age but guessed she must be eighteen
or nineteen.
Finally,
when some of the other guests started to watch their closeness, William allowed
her to take a small step back, and he ended their dance in uncomfortable
silence. He escorted Ivy away from the crowded dance floor as people kept
brushing past him and decided he’d had enough of teasing her. 
“My
lady.” He bowed slightly and winked, detecting a small twitch in her pretty
pink lips.
She
inclined her chin, and he turned, feeling her gaze burning into his back as he
walked away, toward Charles on the other side of the room.
William
was unsure how he felt about their odd encounters, and he couldn’t refrain from
looking back one more time. Ivy had a full grin on her face, causing William to
frown at this weird woman. He shook his head and joined Charles; however,
before he could even open his mouth, there was an uproar among a few of the
couples who were dancing nearby.
William
and Charles scrutinized the commotion.
The
musicians kept playing, but a stream of couples moved to the side, and one
man’s voice came booming over the music, “Who took it? No one leaves this
ballroom! I knew I felt something a few minutes ago!” Said gentleman was
checking all his pockets.
As
William watched the man, a strange sensation came over him, and he searched for
Ivy, who was now holding a tall glass in her hand, staring at him. There was
something in the way she was smirking at him that made him check his own inside
jacket pocket, and he was completely surprised to find a lightweight wallet in
there – one that was not his.
He
muttered under his breath, “Are you kidding me?!”
William
glared back at Ivy while gritting his teeth; he couldn’t believe she’d just set
him up. 
“William.”
Charles regarded him with narrowed eyes. “What’s wrong?”
“She
fucking set me up!” 
The
crease in Charles’s forehead deepened as he stepped closer to William so no one
overheard their words. “What are you talking about?”
“Ivy,” he
snarled and touched his breast pocket, “stole the wallet and planted it in my pocket.”
 
About Author
Soraya Naomi
I was born in South America in 1984
and raised in Europe where I presently reside with my fiancé.
I read many genres but favor
intense, dark, seductive, and provocative novels where the male character loves
fiercely, without remorse or boundaries. I also adore forbidden love tales and
have an odd fascination with kidnapping romances. No, I don’t secretly want to
be kidnapped, though!
I have a passionate obsession with
the written word and indulge in chocolate pastries much too often.
My debut novel For Fallon (Chicago Syndicate, #1) was released on July 26, 2014.
I’m honored that For Fallon won “Best
Breakout Novel 2014” in the Novel Grounds Semi Annual Literary Awards.
For more information
about the novel and author:
AMAZON AUTHOR –
http://tinyurl.com/jwadol3
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