Like It Rough Read Online Sam Crescent

Categories Genre: Alpha Male, Erotic Tags Authors:

Total pages in book: 35
Estimated words: 33162 (not accurate)
Estimated Reading Time in minutes: 166(@200wpm)___ 133(@250wpm)___ 111(@300wpm)

On her wedding day, Chloe discovers the man she thought she was marrying was not Roman Smith, but Roman Sidorov, a member of the Zaitsev Bratva. The people responsible for killing her parents and her brother. Even though she hates him for lying to her, Chloe can't deny that she loves him. They're married now. There's no turning back.

Roman was sent to kill her. He had every intention of following through, but each day he went back, he couldn’t bring himself to do it. So, he made her fall in love with him instead. He doesn’t know what love is. All he knows is that he has to keep Chloe.

When Zaitsev makes a decision, Chloe’s life is on the line. Roman has to make a choice, save his woman, or finish the order he’d been given.

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Chapter One

Chloe Baker told herself she was not going to cry, even as tears filled her eyes and her heart felt like it was breaking. She should have known, and now she felt even more foolish than she ever had in her entire life.

Her husband of exactly three hours had been ordered to marry her. Roman Sidorov. When they had met a year ago, she had known him as Roman Smith. He was supposedly a small businessman who owned a couple of restaurants, but that was the furthest thing from the truth.

He was a member of the terrifying Zaitsev Bratva. They ruled the city. She hadn’t dealt with them on a one-to-one level, but they were the reason she had no family. Her parents as well as her brother had been driving home from the cinema, and gotten caught in the crossfire. They’d been killed by stray bullets.

Chloe had lost everyone that night. Her parents had not left a will, so she’d been unable to keep her home. She had no choice but to move out, selling what possessions she could in order to find a place to stay.

She worked as a bartender, until Roman came along.

The bar was owned by the Zaitsev Bratva. It all made sense now. Chloe had vowed to bring them down, and being a curvy woman, she was able to blend into places because everyone overlooked her, and she had seen some … things.

Chloe thought about the cop she’d been going to see. He must have been in on it as well. Paid off by the Bratva to look the other way. He sold her out.

Roman had come into the bar late one night, asking for a drink. Chloe had been the one to serve him. The first night, he didn’t say anything, nor the second. For a whole week, he came, ordered a drink, rarely drank it, and then left. It was during the second week that he began to talk to her. It started as small talk. He’d bring up his day, mention work, and he seemed like a nice guy.

She found herself looking forward to his visits, even anticipating them. After the pain of losing her family, she didn’t think it was possible to enjoy life again, but Roman changed that. He made her feel. He helped her to make peace. He had no idea she planned to take down the Bratva—at least she didn’t think he had, until today.

Their wedding day.

The first shock had come when she entered the church and saw all the guests. She didn’t have any friends, but Roman had packed the church. By the time she made it to the end of the aisle, she had spotted three people from the Zaitsev Bratva, and in that moment she had known.

The next giant shock was, she thought she was marrying Roman Smith, but had become Chloe Sidorov.

Then of course, the wedding photos. She had to stand side by side with the men responsible for killing her family. She didn’t make a scene. She stayed polite, smiled, and acted like the good little girl her mother had taught her to be in those settings.

Once they got to the reception, everything had changed.

Roman had been on his cell phone the entire journey. The polite person inside her had struggled, but she had remained calm. She’d not caused a scene. She had sat there while he made his phone call, and then waited.

The moment they arrived at their reception, Roman abandoned her. There was no one she knew. No one. So, it was easy for her to make her escape, to find Roman, to find out what the hell was going on.

“Well, I have to say, Roman, you did surprise me. I suggested the girl needed to die, and you married her.”

“She won’t be causing any problems. I’ll take care of it.”

“I have a feeling you’re going to have your work cut out for you. There’s no way of hiding who you are now.”