The Unraveling of Raven by Theresa Sederholt – Blog Tour Stop with Giveaway!!!

At 27, Raven Anderson experienced more heartache then anyone would in their
lifetime.  She felt she finally had her life on track when she started doing what she loved the
most, teaching second grade.  The best-laid plans are not always the right path as Raven learns when fate puts her in the direct path of a mega billionaire named Jaxson James Phillips, the owner of a
corporate raiding 
company called Raiders, Inc.  
With the spotlight now focused on Raven,her past is threatening her
future. So, she does
what she does best, run!
This beautiful girl with the violet eyes has left Jax, who never gets rattled,
totally speechless.  He has always gotten whatever he wanted. So, why was this beautiful girl running
away from him? As time goes on, he slowly unravels the many layers of Raven,
but what he finds 
puts everyone around them in danger.
Can anyone survive?
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“Now Jax, you’ll do as I tell you because after all, I am the ‘teacher’.”
I nod, “Yes ma’am!”
She rubs her delicate hands under my shirt, and my cock has jumped to attention, he’s such a greedy bastard.  She slowly unbuttons her blouse and lifts each one of her breast out of her bra.  I go to reach for them, and she backs away.
“Did you forget I’m the teacher?  You have to do what I tell you.”
She rubs each one of her nipples until they are hard.  She throws her head back and licks her lips.  It’s taking all I have just to watch.  She undoes my pants, and my cock springs to attention.
“Sit down.”
I hit her with my Jaxson smirk. “If I don’t, will the teacher punish me?”
She moans, “Jax is that something you want to find out right now?”





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