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About the Author: Rose B. Mashal

Rose is a loved mother, wife, and a stay at home lawyer Writing is her passion, and reading is her obsession Music is her best friend and sarcasm is her speaking trend One of her joys is bringing happiness to others and her biggest wish is that they stay true to one another Through her stories, she wants to spread nothing except understanding, peace and love.



10 thoughts on “Illicit Desires (Illicit, #1)

  1. says:

    Sometimes I read books because I want to learn something Sometimes I read books because I want to live through something And sometimes I want a fairy tale There are a lot of books that can be considered fairy tales Any number of novels about millionaires falling for ordinary girls, young people with superpowers that save the world, two tortured souls finding forever together just because of one chance meetingthese aren t likely to happe


  2. says:

    THIS STORY IS RAW, HEARTBREAKING AND DIRTY AS HELL Be warned kids, not for those who can t stomach a package of emotions, lust, sex, grittiness, ol plain nasty with a punch full of love between two people who should never have fallen for each other in the first place I want to start by emphasizing that I almost always read books that are about a tragic love gone wrong I came across this story when it was only a baby, a fanfiction and only a few


  3. says:

    Okay, so this story is actually how I first discovered Rose s stories, believe it or notat the time I was reading the fan fiction version, and to this day I still read that on occasion The subject matter never bothered meactually, I was rather intrigued, since I d never read anything pertaining to this kind of situation Once I got into the story, I was hooked and couldn t get back out And reading the soon to be published version is no differentI m HOOK


  4. says:

    Firstly, let me say I was aware of the nature of the story line before reading and this did not put me off in the slightest, and I did not read it when it was a fan fiction It is very well written and tackles a taboo subject with sensitivity, and not gratuitously as could have been the case You see the emotional struggles that both the main protagonists go through, although to be fair, it seems to me that Adrian makes his feelings quite plain from the off set,


  5. says:

    4.6 rating This book had me all over the place I hated Adrian then I felt sorry for him then I hated him someThe author does a good job putting their feelings out there Lilly holds to her guns through most of the story because she knows its wrong Adrian isn t so nice he does everything and I mean everything to try and make her cross that line, he doesn t care that it s wrong all he wants is what he wants and that is Lilly He s selfish in how he goes about it A first I


  6. says:

    While I understand the subject nature of this book might not be for all, it is a really fantastically written story The struggles behind the relationship between Adrian and Lily make you feel sympathy...


  7. says:

    Firstly, the taboo content did not bother me at all I couldn t stop reading I loved the way Rose wrote how torn the characters are with their attraction love It s a difficult subject matter and she managed to weave in their th...


  8. says:

    I first fell in love with Mrs Mashal talented writing while reading one of her earliest fan fictions And while that plot was unique and original in it s own right, she has expanded her playing field, daring to do what so few people would tackling a taboo subject This creative woman has a knack for surprising me in the best way, always coming up with intriguing ideas that get me hooked While this book may not be for everyone, I urge you to give it a chance I myself was hesitant to read this I


  9. says:

    This novella was amazing Every single page was filled with emotion and it was a real roller coaster ride, an enjoyable one at that Love, forgiveness, hope, all principle themes of this brilliant story, not to mention that little touch of angst that makes our gut clench, our heart race and ou...


  10. says:

    I absolutely loved this I was so happy to get to read this early Some may think the subject matter taboo, but I see nothing wrong with it in a work of fiction I really love the angsty characters That ending though Can t wait to read the next one The author has done a great job again.


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