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Summary

My dream of becoming prima ballerina is dead. 

Dropped by the Royal Ballet, I return home to my empty house in Cornwall with nothing but ghosts, and memories of a past I am desperate to forget. 

It takes months of depression before I pull myself out of the bleakness and attempt to start living again. With a new job as an assistant to the wealthy but elusive Sachov family, I find myself caught up in a tangled web of desire, pain, and sexual awakening that will either destroy me entirely or bring me back to life. 

My name is Rose, and I am their muse. 

Contains mature themes.

©2018 Kelly Stock writing as Bea Paige (P)2019 Tantor

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LOVED IT!!!!

Wow oh wow, I am actually speechless. This book was amazing! Loved everyone in it, I am so excited to get my hands on number 2 when it comes. Bea Paige you are truly amazing, your writing is out of this world the way this book pulls you in and makes you forget about everything else going on around you (kids shouted at me when I got sucked in) Now I shall sit here and try to wait nicely..........




When is book 2 out??? Thank you for such an amazing books

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  • 24-08-20

Dark, steamy, tragic and haunting

What an outstanding work. It pulls you in and just won’t let go. A dark and haunting take of damaged people who find ways to navigate their darkness together. Slow build harem but plenty of steam. Looking forward to the next in the series.

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  • Kasumatata
  • 04-09-19

Great narration

I have to admit: after reading Avalanche of Desire, I was afraid to pick up another book by this author. It wasn't my cup of tea and it always leaves me a bit skeptical when it comes to give an author another chance.

Well... With Steps, Bea Paige managed to convince me of her exceptional writing skills and exceed my expectations in so many ways. This book has that darkness I love, balanced out perfectly within the different characters. It is raw, cruel even and yet hauntingly beautiful. What happens when the characters are toeing the fine line between passion and obsession. This book is one of the few books that actually makes me obsess about continuing. I want to see where this is going and I don't mind losing sleep over it. This book is a must read and the audioversion really adds that extra perspective. I love the accents and voices.

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  • Shari
  • 23-10-20

Just the start

This book was recommended in one of my book groups. Let’s just say if you love tortured souls, strong h and broken H’s the. This is for you. This has mystery, heartbreak, some great oral, and fantastic steamy scenes. I can get lost in Shaun Grindell’s voice and I came to like Rachael Bereaford. Great 1st book in the series.

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  • Lina Marie
  • 04-02-20

Dark AF....

This was a great audible. Lots of twists and turns. Plot twist that I never would have thought of. Yet dark. Dark as in reaching into the deepest part of your mind and not wanting to let go. It’s worth the credit.