Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Crave me by m robinson blog tour!


They say in order to find yourself you have to go home.
What if home was what you're running from?
Where did that leave you?
Always on the other side of the fence.
Always looking in.
Always wishing you were someone you couldn't be.
Until one day you meet her.
The one.
She was my high, but she was also...

My demise.

Colors blended together making it hard to focus on one thing. I blinked a few times and just like that…
I saw her face.
As if she was standing right in front of me.
My whole world…
My girl.
I felt my lips curl up slightly at the vision as I reached out for her. Wanting to touch her, needing to hold her, yearning to kiss her. Craving, God, craving to fucking love her.
“I’m sorry,” I murmured out loud to no one but the illusion of my drug-infested mind. “I’m so fucking sorry,” I repeated repentantly, longing for her to believe me.
Aching for her to love me again like she used to.
I don’t know how long I sat there, staring at her beautiful face before my eyes, subconsciously rubbing the tattooed key that was placed over my heart. I couldn’t take it anymore, and the desire won over the haze.
It was too powerful.
It was too vivid.
I grabbed my phone. “Baby,” I said into the speaker. The ringing quickly followed, going straight to voicemail. I hung up and tried again. “Baby,” I urged with desperation in my tone.
Still nothing.
I tried again and again and again.
I would try until the end of time if that’s what it took for her to answer.
To talk to me.
To save me.
To crave me.
Time just seemed to standstill, as my life slowly played out in front of me. Trying to balance in between the light and the darkness when all I could see was gray.
“What?!” she screamed into the phone, finally answering after I don’t know how many failed attempts. “What the hell do you want now?”
“Mi cielo.” I breathed a sigh of relief.
She ignored my term of endearment. I hadn’t called her that in such a long time.
My heaven.
“What do you want, Austin? Why are you calling me? We’re over! I can’t do this anymore!”  
I shut my eyes and let my mind wonder, allowing it to go to another place in time where she didn’t hate me.
“I remember the first time I made you smile,” I chuckled, as if it had just happened.
My nerves were on fire. The mere sound of her breathing through the phone was too intense for me. I licked my lips, my mouth suddenly dry.
“I remember when you used to smile just for me. Do you remember, baby? Do you remember what my love feels like?”
I heard her faintly breathing.
“Do you remember my hands on you? My lips? My tongue? The first time I made you come with my mouth? Do you remember all the times since? Tell me I’m not forgotten. Tell me you remember, baby.”
“I love you, Briggs. I love you so fucking much. You’re killing me, don’t you see that? I’m dying without you.”
“No, Austin. You were dying with me,” she rasped, knowing that it killed her to say that.
“The first time I saw your face, I thought to myself, damn, this beautiful girl is goin’ to be the death of me. You were perfect in every way. I was a cocky son of a bitch who needed you then, as much as I need you now.” 
More silence.
“I had a dream about you, baby. I always fucking dream about you. In my dream you had a ring on your finger. A ring I put there. You belonged to me. Only mine. Forever fucking mine. You were pregnant, Briggs. You looked so goddamn happy. I saw light at the end of the tunnel for the first time in years.”
She sniffled into the phone.
“I made love to you. Slow, just the way you love. Taking my time to touch every last inch of your body. Memorizing every last bit of you. Making you come until you begged me to stop. I didn’t.”
“I can’t—” she tried to interject, but I didn’t let up.
“I kissed your stomach. Our baby. Letting my lips linger there, whispering sweet lullabies, letting her know daddy will always be there. Baby, it was so real. For a second I gave you the one thing you so desperately wanted, the one thing I can’t give you.”



Have you met the other Good Ol’ Boys?
All can be read as standalone books

Complicate Me

Forbid Me

Undo Me

Crave Me

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Bestselling author of The VIP Trilogy, Tempting Bad, Two Sides Gianna, and The Good Ol' Boys series. M. Robinson loves to read. She favors anything that has angst, romance, triangles, cheating, love, and of course sex! She has been reading since the Babysitters Club and R.L. Stein. She was born in New Jersey but was raised in Tampa Fl. She is married to an amazing man who she loves to pieces. They have two German Shepherd mixes and a Tabby cat.

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My review! 

Austin and Briggs!
Austin is a guy who has some troubles. His home life isn't all that great, everyone around him thinks his life is perfect because his family has money. But what they don't see is a boy who is suffering so much that it is literally killing him inside!
Briggs. Poor Briggs. She lames herself about something that she shouldn't. and well things are rough for her. All she wants is a family to love her and be a person that is wanted.
M. gives you a story that can be so real like and probably is real to some people in their life.
Drug addiction, blaming yourself for the unthinkable. The list just goes on an on.
There are some teary spots, so if your light hearted, make sure you grab a box of tissues. This story will break your heart. If you've dealt with addiction by a friend or a loved one then this will touch home for you!
Briggs and Austin goes thru so much together in this book, its unreal. If you haven't read the other books in the series, then there are spoilers of the other books.
Now the ending.
OMGOODNESS!!! Talk about a cliffhanger. Thats the best thing about M's 'standalones' she makes you want to read the next one!
So with that being said, now my official review.
This book is really great. It goes into so much detail in the beginning of Austins and Briggs life that they don't meet until far into the book -but no to far- the background information, was worth it, you had to read it to get to know Austin and Briggs as a person.
M brings you directly into the book with a KILLER prologue! It sucks you in from the beginning and keeps you there.
You fall in-love with all of the good ol boys and Half-Paint. You get to see sides of each of them that you didn't see in the other books.
This book is wonderful, drama filled, heartbreak after heartbreak. And you get HAPPY TEARS!
So would i reread this book? Absolutely.
Do i recommend Austin and Briggs? YES, of course. I loved the book, and this book would in my opinion brings out both sides of addiction, the user and the person that is hurting because of it.
There are so much stuff that happens in real life in this book, its unreal.
I received a copy of this book for my honest opinion!