Perdition / Forbidden

Perdition / Forbidden

The story of Fiona Drazen.


You know what a celebutante is.  It’s a Paris Hilton. A Kim Kardashian. Someone who’s famous for existing. That’s me, and in case you were wondering what it’s like…trust me, it’s the best shit ever.

I like coke and I like sex. I have the money to buy the first and the looks to get the second. No one needs to know where I am for days at a time and no one gives a fuck. That’s just the way I like it.

You got issue with that?  Good.

Because you think I have problems, and I don’t. A problem would be defined as some situation in my life I didn’t arrange. Like having no money. That’s a problem, and I don’t have it. Like having a ton of sex I don’t totally enjoy. Also not my problem.

Now that we understand each other, you and me, we understand that my life is exactly how I want it, and you don’t have the right to hold me here. You can’t keep me in a straightjacket and you can’t put me in isolation. I’m too important. Too famous.

*MATURE AUDIENCES – I mean it. Don’t come back to me with your therapy bills.


A sex-addicted celebutante.
The master she stabbed.
A therapist whose professionalism is about to shatter.

Did she stab him to be free of him?
And free to what?
To whore? Snort? Party?
Or free to be normal?

I mean it, again, if you’re sensitive this is not the book for you.


Everything about Fiona is forbidden.
She’s a party girl with dark desires.
She’s beautiful, irresponsible, irresistible.
She’s my patient.
I’m her therapist.
I’m past wanting her. Past possessing her. Past bedding her or protecting her.
I’m willing to be self-destructive, negligent, brave, audacious, and stronger than I ever believed possible.
She’s blunt force trauma to the heart.
And she calls another man Master.
Sensitive readers should be aware that this book gets a little dark. There’s pain with the sex, and one character treats our main character terribly.
If you’ve read KICK and/or USE from the Perdition Series, they are in here. The second half of the book is BREAK, which is the end of Fiona Drazen’s story. There’s a link right in front where you can click to get right to Break.

This book is an entire story, from inception to epilogue. Standalone. End of.