Series: SuperAlpha Series
Published on 12-02-15 Romance, Science Fiction
WHAT IF... you fell in love with a supervillain?
Everyone needs a hero.
That's what Detective Molly Masters tells me. "What we need," she says, "what the whole world needs," she pleads, "is a champion."
The only thing I want to talk about with Molly Masters is how I'd like to make her scream my name when I push her up against a wall, slide my hand up her thigh, and live out my wildest fantasies.
"Someone who will fight against injustice," she says.
I'll fight against anything you want, honey. Just come a little closer.
"Someone who will stand tall in the face of adversity," she says.
I'll do it standing, sitting, or lying down. See how easy I am?
"Someone who believes in the value of a good deed," she says.
I believe in the value of me, sweetheart. Because I'm Lincoln Wade. Jaded genius, obscenely wealthy, capable of violence, and looking for revenge.
Molly Masters might have delusions of grandeur. She might see me as some superman capable of cleaning up the scum, filth, and corruption in Cathedral City.
But I'm not the hero she's looking for.
I'm the dark alley where all her good intentions hide.
So be careful what you wish for, Molly Masters.
Because you're about to get it.
Anarchy Found is a superhero romance by New York Times Bestselling Author JA Huss. It was written for adults. For science fiction fans - there is sex. For romance fans - there is science fiction. But this story is set in a contemporary world. It is NOT PARANORMAL.
Her panties go flying past my shoulder and I let off a little grunt of a laugh. “You think you’re cute—”
“I did what you asked,” she says. “Now you have to do something for me. Take off your gloves.”
“Because I don’t ever take them off.”
“Liar. You have to shower.”
“You’re not in charge here, Molly. I am.” It might piss her off, but I don’t want to go there yet. I just want this one time where we don’t have to think about who and what I’ve become since she last saw me. “So don’t start acting like you are. I’ve got you down in a cave, on my bed, and naked. If there’s any doubt about why you’re here, you better get up and walk out now. Because in five seconds I’m gonna fuck the ever-loving shit out of you. I’m gonna make you my prisoner. I’m gonna keep you here until I’m good and satisfied. And if I ever let you leave, I’m going to expect a date and time when you’ll be back. And do you know why I’m gonna do all that?”
“Because you’re my Alpha.”
“No,” I growl. Goddamn her. “Because I love you.” She sucks in some air through her teeth. “I love you. I loved you so fucking much when we were kids, it killed me, Molly. It fucking killed me inside each time they brought you to the lab.”
“I loved you too,” she says. “You were the only good thing in my life.”
“I hurt you. They made me hurt you and I’m sorry.”
“They made me hurt you too. We couldn’t stop that. We were just children. Just let it go, Lincoln. Please don’t look at me and see the past. I’m not holding a grudge.”
“And now what do you feel?”
“I feel like my soul was ripped apart and now it’s whole again.”
“Molly,” I say, lowering myself to the bed and crawling up, my knees on either side of her legs. I stop and sit on her thighs, pinning her down. “I will never hurt you again. You never have to fear me, Molly. Ever.” I hold her face, wanting her to believe me. “Do you believe me?”
Her eyes go wide as the implications of what I just told her sink in. “I believe you.”
“But I want to take you hard right now. I’ve thought about you constantly since I took you home that first day. I’ve thought about this.” I lean down and take her face in my hands and I kiss her. I bite her lip and then her tongue, making her squeal. “I want to fuck you sore. I want to—”
“Jesus Christ, Lincoln. Just do it.”