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A crazy mix of Fifty Shades of Grey, romance and a detective story. A complete bestselling contemporary romance series, read now!
As Arina, a nineteen-year-old veterinary school student in Moscow working in a vet clinic, wanders into a photo exhibition run by Maxim, the only son of a billionaire and a photographer specializing in the brutal side of visual arts, the air gets immediately charged with sexual tension.
She is struck by the cruelty and violence erupting from his world; he is dazzled by her innocence, beauty, and aloofness.
Maxim is a hot, talented, sophisticated, rich, and naughty billionaire. Somehow, he cannot think of anything but her. He offers her a contract for the next two months and three days.
Somewhere in the grey zone between art and burning passion, both Arina and Maxim start on a life-changing romantic adventure spanning Moscow, Berlin, and London.
However, apart from the fancy art exhibitions filled with billionaires, expensive restaurants, and private jets, step by step, she uncovers Maxim’s dark and dangerous past and comes to a conclusion: everything comes at a high price. His notes and sketches are frightening, and his mental health is on the verge of collapse. And to top it all, Arina and Maxim’s friends, families, and protectors insist on ending their relationship…
Two Months and Three Days by Tatiana Vedenska, a well-known author on Amazon, is the opening book of the #SinisterRomance series. This contemporary romance is a deeply emotional, sensual, and steamy read, a brilliantly crafted story of a spoiled billionaire and an ordinary student that explores themes such as joy and pleasure versus happiness, belonging and identity, naivety versus experience, family bonds, and relationships.
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