by Carmel Rhodes
Lithium Springs, #2
Publication Date: April 26, 2018
Genres: Adult, Contemporary, Romance, Standalone
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Whose bed is this?
That was Kensie first thought as she peeled her eyes open to find herself in an unfamiliar room. She noted the crumpled red dress, tiny black thong, and Louboutin heels in the corner.
Whose arms are these?
That was her second as the tattooed arms engulfing her tightened their grip. Her phone buzzed on the nightstand. Carefully, without waking up the man behind her, she reached for it. The name on the display read Prince Charming.
“How are you still asleep at one in the afternoon?” Trey’s familiar baritone rang in her ear.
“Long night,” she rasped. The man behind her chuckled. His mouth warm on her ear.
“Well, wake up, my flight leaves in an hour, and I can’t wait to see you.”
“I can’t wait,” she said weakly.
What have I done?
That was her third thought as the weight of her recklessness consumed her.
She was a cheater.
Lithium Tides: Book Two in the Lithium Springs Series. A Complete Standalone Novel.
This is my first book by Carmel Rhodes, and honestly, this will not be my last. Sex is the easy part of the relationship and between CT and Kensie. But, as two people that know they have something real – they are willing to work through their mistakes and find their road back to each other.
Lithium Tides is about finding your road to happiness and following your heart and all the sheet scorching sex that happens in between.
This is book 2 of the Lithium Springs Series, and I would love to read the rest of the books in the series. Kensie and CT have amazing chemistry, and I loved the plot. I definitely recommend this book to anyone that’s looking for a story you can’t put down. Four out of 5 stars for me and I can’t wait to read more by Carmel Rhodes.
ABOUT CARMEL RHODES
Writer of words. Mother of Joy. Wife of Compassion. I like to write stories about real people who go through real struggles, and come out the other side stronger. I also like to write smut. Welcome to my brain. It’s a little screwed up, but always well intended.