- Girls and boys, you better hold your pants in place, because they will want to fly! I'm not kidding. Not in a million freaking years would I imagine that this book would be this amazing. What a GREAT surprise!!! ~Monica, Goodreads
- Pamela Ann did an amazing job with this book and I am definitely anticipating the next book in this series Blasphemous (Torn #2)!!!! This was my first Pamela Ann read and I have become an instant fan I can't wait to read more of her work!!!! ~Jelena's Book Blog
- Scornfully Yours by Pamela Ann is the first novel that's captured my undivided attention in a long time. I've read a handful of good books lately, but it's been a while since I've picked up a novel that sucked me in from the first page and made me stay up all night long just so I could read the very last page. My initial game plan was to read a chapter or two before bed tonight, but I ended up staying up all night so I could finish this novel. Needless to say, Scornfully Yours is an addicting romance novel! ~Reading, Eating & Dreaming
- Helloooo Bass Cole!! RAWR! I am so pleasantly surprised at how much I loved this book! I need more ASAP!! The sex scenes were so steamy and damn do I love pillow talk! Bass is a panty wrecker! I cannot wait to see what happens in Blasphemous (Torn #2)! Impatiently waiting... ~Bitchy Book Blog
"The best kind of revenge is to let him see how strong and beautiful you are, with or without him."
When Emma realized that she fell in love with the notorious womanizer, Carter Mason-the badass Soccer athlete--she bailed and jumped ship, knowing quite well how this will turn out if Carter ever finds out about how she felt about him.
Newly single, Emma parties in Hollywood amongst her friends--determined to enjoy her new status.
Enter Hollywood's sexy heartthrob and sought out actor, Bass Cole.
Bass was clearly smitten when his eyes captured the raving beauty that is Emma Anderson. Without ado, he pursues her.
Being with Bass opened a lot of doors for Emma. But as much as she was attracted to Bass Cole, could she simply put her feelings towards Carter Mason aside?