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Release Blitz: The Man Upstairs by Jade West

She really was a Cinderella. Shame I wasn’t a Prince Charming.
The Man Upstairs, a deliciously dirty erotic romance from USA Today bestselling author Jade West, is available now! You don’t want to miss this dark, taboo romance featuring a tortured hero.

There’s nothing more dangerous than someone who has nothing to live for…

The man upstairs in apartment six doesn’t belong here, in our rundown block on the slum side of the city.

High-class and educated, suited and booted, and at least thirty years my senior.

Yes. Thirty whole years.

But that doesn’t matter, he’s absolutely gorgeous.

What does matter is, they say he’s a disgraced teacher that preys on his college students. A filthy, sick man, who deserves prison.

Other residents are always repeating the same morbid mantra.

Rosie, don’t ever talk to that dirty freak upstairs, no matter what. Don’t you dare!

So, I did what I was told and stayed out of his way, and I never, ever talked to the man upstairs.

Not until one crazy bad night, in total desperation, when I had nowhere else to turn…

Trigger Warning: This novel contains some scenes and situations that may be triggering, including domestic violence and suicidal thoughts. There are also some very taboo and hardcore sex scenes.

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About Jade West

Jade West is an erotic romance author, based in the English Herefordian countryside.

Best known for Sugar Daddies, Bait and Call Me Daddy, she began her career in 2015 with the launch of her debut novel, Dirty Bad Wrong – the first of the Dirty Bad series.

She is a dirty, obsessive fantasist, who couldn’t hold back the words if she tried. Her incessant chatter on the topic of crushes and storylines can drive the people around her crazy, but they are plenty used to it by now. She’s been doing it since she was tiny, but her fantasies have changed a little bit since then…

Outside of writing filthy romance novels, she likes sparkly things, black velvet and businessmen in suits. Late nights, and 90s game shows, and the dramatic lyrics of pop ballads.

Oh, and chocolate fudge cake. She likes that a lot, too.

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