The highly anticipated sequel to Twisted – Craved is the second book in the TWISTED trilogy – riveting and dark Realistic Fiction with a touch of thrilling suspense…
Having been to hell and back, the eager sisters from Ukraine – Natalia, Lena and Julia – decide to retire from selling sex and walk the straight and narrow path back home. But when an old friend calls them with an opportunity to make buckets of ‘easy’ money in South Africa, they find it impossible to refuse.
Their return to the night life of the entertainment business brings with it all the old familiar temptations – alcohol, drugs, prostitution…
Can the girls resist their vices and stay together? Or will this industry destroy their sanity and their family?
Inspired by real life events, Craved is a fascinating story of addiction, survival and the art of making a living in the sex trade.
“Closing with a depressing cliffhanger, Craved is a remarkably eye-opening, heartwrenching, and one-of-a-kind must read that is indubitably ‘meant for the open-minded readers who are not afraid of a little blood, sweat and semen.'”- 5 Star Review from Pacific Book Review
“Craved is a dark and dangerous tale of survival that makes you re-think your life and takes you on a journey where you are thankful for everything you have. This dark, mesmeric tale will take you on a carefully crafted and twisted journey that will make you beg for more. An amazing, thrilling suspenseful ride. I, for one, cannot wait for the next novel.” – 5 Star Review from Readers’ Favorite
“Although the plot becomes a bit melodramatic, Craved is a fast-paced and entertaining read that will take most readers well outside of the comfort zone of their day-to-day activities and the book’s cliffhanger ending will leave you craving more.” – Red City Review
“You can’t help but root for the self-deprecating, self-aware and yet demoralized Julia; watching her pinball from depression to horror to very fleeting elation along a pathway lined with neon, coke and cum is a white-knuckle-inducing, sobering rollercoaster and a blinding shot of 200-proof verbiage for the average, teetotalling reader. Wear a cup.” – Christopher Paul Meyer