Love (D’Amato Brothers V) #ebook #nook #kindle #romance

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“Now lean over until your comfortable,” Eli guided his girlfriend as she straddled him, “and do a rocking motion.”

Faith followed her boyfriend’s lead and slightly leaned over him, while he guided her hips. She was on spring break from college and spent the entire week having sex with her boyfriend. He introduced her to porn, sex toys, and massage oil. She was officially turned out.

Now he introduced her to new positions. She loved it when he was on top of her but her favorite was when he was behind her. She loved how he took control of her body and mind. She’d especially loved it when he held one of her arms behind her back as he thrust into her from behind.

This time, howver, he wanted her on top.

Her girlfriends told her how many wonderful orgasms they had while being on top and Faith was curious enough to try. She felt self-conscious being on top and so exposed. Being so vulnerable and emotional; almost ashamed. Once Eli told her she had nothing to be afraid of, her inner vixen came out.

Her pussy clamped down on his shaft as they passionately kissed. Oh, she didn’t know if she would ever get used to his thick cock. The only man she’d ever been with and his cock was well above average. She was blessed in many ways her girlfriends weren’t.

“Eli,” she cooed as she buried her face into his neck. Eli took the lead and drove upward into her.

“Baby, your pussy feels so good,” he moaned as he guided her faster on him. He wrapped his arms around her back and placed soft kisses on her neck. “Fuck, you feel like heaven.”

“I’m about to come…”Faith panted as she rocked hard. “I’m about to…oh God, oh God…”

“Ooh, come on, baby girl…”

“Fuck!” Her world shattered as she collapsed on top of him with Eli soon following her.

They laid in that position, spent, and did not move for a long while. “Can we just stay like this forever?” Faith laughed.

“Forever, I’m yours.” He promised.

That was only 12 years ago. It felt like forever but to Eli, it seemed like it just happened yesterday.

“I’m never getting married again,” Eli suddenly spoke as the memory faded into the background.

“Oh, it’s not that bad,” Joey replied.

“How would you know?” Eli asked. “You don’t even want to get married.”

“Well, Kieran and Nick like that shit so I figured it can’t be that bad.”


The Love book is currently available at Amazon and Smashwords. It’ll be on Barnes & Noble shortly.

8 thoughts on “Love (D’Amato Brothers V) #ebook #nook #kindle #romance

  1. Jackie Britt says:

    I still like Faith, and I hope you give them the HEA. They have people working against them. If EJ is not Eli’s then they won’t be together. Darren and Simone needs to be out of their lives for good. I don’t like playing games with kids but I wish Elena is not Eli’s and EJ will be. I like happy endings and deserve a Very good happy ending. Even though they created the problems within their marriage, I hate seeing marriages broken up. It seems people don’t fight to stay together and look for the easy way out . If they fought to stay together from the first book we wouldn’t have this confusion. Its crazy If Eli never cheated and they both went to counseling none of this would be happening. Please tell me why is it so easy to accept an outside child from a man but let a female bring in an outside child its wrong. Because us females forgive easier. But with this book both crazy people should be left out and the real father of Elena should come and take his child from crazy.
    If you are crazy, and your partner is crazy what happens to the child. Give Elena a good stable father that’s not Eli. (The father should be someone that looks like Eli in looks lol). The test should come at the end of the book, no the middle and see how crazy she really is. but Faith and Eli won’t have a chance with the two crazy people in their lives.

    • veraroberts says:

      I’ve always said Eli and Faith were getting a HEA and that hasn’t changed. It’s what they have to do to get to that, that makes it difficult.

      You did bring up a good point re the outside child. That’s how society is and I still don’t get it. Even Tony mentioned to Eli – he would never accept an outside by her but hopes she’ll be okay with an outside child by him.

      You might be onto something in terms of who Elena’s father is…

    • veraroberts says:

      I know some people think they shouldn’t be together because of all the drama, but I think they both bring the right amount of drama to each other. It’s like what Nicola said…they fulfill a need within each other.

      • Musings IRJ says:

        Yes! Clearly it goes beyond a physical connection cause they have no problems fulfilling that need elsewhere. I just need them to get their shit together and form a United front against thotemus and second choice Darren cause that’s all he’ll ever be to either one of them with his dumb ass. This book got me all fucked up

      • veraroberts says:


        Let’s break it down, shall we?

        This is the longest-running couple in the series, high-school sweethearts. They met when they were 16, I think. So this is a very long relationship with a lot of ups and downs. Eli knew what he was getting into when he met Faith.


        A lot of people don’t like how manipulative she is but I also think it has a lot to do with her upbringing. An only child who always got everything she wanted? Yeah, I can definitely see that. And she still gets everything she wants. I’m sure if you were to step inside Eli and Faith’s home, there is a lot of extravagance and that’s because of Faith.


        Some wonder if the affair was due to a breaking point in the marriage or if he really wanted to be with Simone. I’ll leave it up to the reader to determine that. Eli loves his wife, his family, and wants to do whatever he can to make it work (the marriage book, therapy, going to church more, etc.) but he’s also no one’s doormat as he proved to Faith, ‘I’ll leave you if you don’t treat me right.’ It does make you wonder during the many times Eli left Faith in their courtship, if she pushed him to that level – another topic that has been brought up in reader discussions.

        Everyone knows that one ‘hood’ couple – they always fight, act like they’re disgusted to be around each other at times, but yet, they’re still together and going strong. Faith and Eli have always been ‘dramatical’ out of the couples so this turn in the marriage isn’t too much of a shock to anyone. Even Nick’s and Zerrin’s brief separation was rather boring and quiet.

        I haven’t wrote the scene yet but I’m curious to see Faith’s reaction when Eli demands a DNA test for E.J. I can’t imagine she’ll be too happy with that.

      • Musings IRJ says:

        All of this! I never attributed Faith’s insecurities to her being spoiled and never being told no or not getting her way. Her ass did a 180 when she found out Eli was thru with her shit and moved on with the doctor. I’m so up and down with that man. I love him, but I hate him because I know he’s not 100% over Simone. And I have a feeling in my heart of hearts that EJ is not his son which will change the game tremendously. I wanna see how he copes with the fallout abuse he puts up a brave front, but his ego is just as fragile as Faith’s. And this 6th D’Amato brother? Something smells rotten with him too. I’ll be emailing you soon with a more comprehensive list of accolades and grievances lmao.

      • veraroberts says:

        Looking forward to your thoughts! 🙂

        Oh Faith…her reaction to Erica was drastically different than how she reacted to Simone. I think Faith actually saw Erica as someone she couldn’t ‘compete’ with, for lack of a better term. I imagine the doctor kinda looks like Danai Gurira, who plays Michonne in The Walking Dead. Very beautiful, elegant, and all about her business. So naturally, Eli would be attracted to that. And since he wasn’t sure what Faith was doing, he decided to pursue her. I honestly think the turning point was when Nathan was really ill and Eli flat-out told Faith to only call him when it came to the children.

        Honestly, I do think he is over Simone (“I knew you were a two-dollar ho!”) but Eli is a man who is tempted when it’s in his face. Simone purposely choosing to meet with him at her home in Houston? She knew (Darren as well since it was his idea) what she was doing.

        Honestly, I have no idea who’s the parent of who’s child. Just when I have it in my mind, it changes. I probably won’t know until the book is done, LOL. If Elena is Eli’s daughter, Eli and Faith will probably stay married. If E.J. is Darren’s son, I’m not too sure if Eli would want to stay married to Faith. Funny, isn’t it?

        And I think if he were to proceed with a divorce, the separation agreement will NOT be as generous as the last one.

        Finally, the last brother…um, yeah. Something tells me the other four brothers are going to be pretty much be ‘Fuck You’ to him.

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