Twisted Lies by Sedona Venez

A Dirty Secrets Novel


Copyright © 2015 by SEDONA VENEZ


Excerpt 2:

“Damn. Shit just got real,” I muttered under my breath.

The throng moved againMcKay was checking me out with unveiled interest. 

I tried to calm my beating heart, but to no avail. Biting my bottom lip, I drank him in. Jesus. He looked smoking hot. If you looked fuckable up in the dictionary, McKay’s name would be right there next to it. He sizzled in a shawl-collared tuxedo paired with a crisp tailored white shirt, black silk bow tie, black leather shoes, and a Panerai watch. Ram was looking flawless in a white tuxedo. It was masculinity at its finest. 

McKay’s eyes flashed as he arched his eyebrow at me. I stopped and turned so I was facing Jade and my back was toward McKay

Jade curiously looked at me. “What’s up?” 

“Don’t look. That’s McKay by the bar,” I hissed. 

Of course, Jade did the exact opposite of what I’d asked and stared boldly in his direction. 

I wanted to choke her. “Really? What part of ‘don’t look’ was unclear?” 

Staring over my shoulder, Jade whispered loudly, “Which one?” 

“In the black tux with the black silk bow tie. He’s staring at me like I owe him money,” I responded“Because I do.”

“Damn! Look at that face.” Jade blinked and then blinked again. “He’s crazy hot.” 

“No. He’s just crazy.” I turned back around, glaring at him. Okay, he was hot, but I’d be damned if I acknowledged the way my cunt pulsed under his scrutiny. 



Sedona Venez is a romance junkie with a dirty mind. She lives in New York City with her hot ex-military hubby—hooah—and their furbaby. She loves writing sizzling, sexy complex stories about strong but broken characters who push boundaries, overcome their fears, and risk it all for love.

To learn more about Sedona Venez and her collection of contemporary and paranormal romance novels, visit her at

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