I've been a fan of D.L. since I first read her stuff a couple of years ago. Indulging in Irelyn was no exception. It's a fun read with a lot of drama and heat. Zolt made me a little crazy at times, which is a good thing. I like it when characters can push my buttons and give me that emotional reaction.
Indulging in Irelyn by D.L. Raver
NFL quarterback, Zolt Hamil was America’s heartthrob until a career ending injury changed his life. Years later, he’s picked up the pieces and carved out a new path for himself. But the mental and physical scars of that day have left him moody and reclusive, and his only relief is indulging in pleasure and pain with his many one night stands. Though many women have tried, Zolt refuses to care about any of them. Only one woman has his heart; a hallucination of a young, sable-eyed, blonde beauty whom he conjured that painful day on the football field.
On the first day at his new job at a law firm in Scottsdale, Arizona, Zolt comes face to face with his hallucination, Irelyn Wilkes. Their fateful connection, and explosive passion for each other pulls them together, and this time, Zolt refuses to let her slip from his life.
But Irelyn has her own demons to fight, and her controlling boyfriend is one of them. He doesn't take kindly to other people playing with his toys, and he’ll stop at nothing to keep her by his side.
Can Irelyn and Zolt defy the odds and find a way to be together? Or, will the events set in motion years ago keep them apart forever?
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About the Author
D L Raver didn’t always want to be a writer, but now the voices in her head won’t shut the f**k up and the stories keep coming.
She’s an Amazon Best Selling Author of new adult erotic romance and new adult romantic fantasy (under Dawna Raver). The Indulging Series was her first new adult erotic romance series, and is proud that Zolt Hamil from this series was voted in top ten list of Fictional Boyfriends’ top Fictional Boyfriends.
When she’s not spending time in her fantasy world, D L Raver loves NFL football, reading, and pretending she’s a top chef in the kitchen—even though experiments often lead to ordering out.
Oh, and fawning over her dogs and husband, sometimes in that order.