Anything to Satisfy My Thug

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Sometimes the wrong thing feels so right. What’s a girl to do?

Zari is convinced that love doesn’t love her, and it never will, so she focuses on the only stable relationship in her life, and that is the bond between her and her twin brother Sand. Growing up with a negligent and abusive mother, they quickly learned that all they had was each other. Sand took his role as protector of Zari very serious, and his number one rule was that she was off limits to his friends. Zari had no problem with that rule until the tall, dark, and sexy, rude boy known as Mastah entered the picture.

Mastah was larger than life, physically and in personality. He moved through life doing what he wanted and when. During a short prison bid, he meets Sand, and they become fast friends. When he meets the beautiful Zari, the chemistry between them is instant, but out of respect for his friend, they both suppress their attraction.

Mastah and Zari ignore their feelings for years until the heat between them bursts into an inferno, and they give in to their passion. It is an impossible situation given the fact that Mastah is married and Sand is his best friend, but as hard as they try, they can’t let go. While Zari’s head tells her that she should move on and allow herself to find the love that she deserves, her heart insists that she’ll do anything to satisfy her thug.

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