Revelation: A Contemporary Erotic Romance (Iris Series)

BOOK: Revelation: A Contemporary Erotic Romance (Iris Series)
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Book 3 in the





Rebecca Lynn











Copyright © 2014 by Rebecca Lynn


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This is a work of fiction.  Names, characters, places, brands, media, and incidents are either the product of the author’s imagination or are used fictitiously.  The author acknowledges the trademarked status and trademark owners of various products referenced in this work of fiction, which have been used without permission.  The publication/use of these trademarks is not authorized associated with, or sponsored by the trademark owners.




Also by Rebecca Lynn



(Book 1)

(Book 2)





Table of Contents




What Readers are Saying About the Iris Series

Symbolism of the Iris Flower


Chapter 1

Chapter 2

Chapter 3

Chapter 4

Chapter 5

Chapter 6

Chapter 7

Chapter 8

Chapter 9

Chapter 10

Chapter 11

Chapter 12

Chapter 13


Chapter 14

Chapter 15

Chapter 16

Chapter 17

Chapter 18

Chapter 19

Chapter 20

Chapter 21

Chapter 22

Chapter 23

Chapter 24



About the Author



What Readers are saying about the



Book 1

"Loved it! I couldn't put the book down." 
Samantha, 5 stars


"Holy Hotness!  This book consumed me from the beginning. I stayed up reading until 3am and the next day I was useless. I could not put this book down.
Jenny's Kindle
, 5 stars


"Beautifully written!  One of my favorite reads this year!"
Amazon Customer, 5 stars


"Love it...So good, I read it twice!"
Danita, 5 stars


"Loved it! Cannot wait for book 2. Rebecca Lynn is an author I would recommend to my friends..."
Andrea, 5 stars


"Awesome book!  I can't say enough about this book...not a cliffhanger...Love the blends of erotic/romance. You have to read this and add to your favorites." 
Amazon Customer, 5 stars


"Wonderful story.
One of the better books that I have read...I love a story that is told in ONE book...I highly recommend this and look forward to the next in the series." 
Amazon Customer, 5 stars



Book 2

"Perfect.  This book is absolutely perfect...It deserves a 10 star rating for sure. Just perfect. Highly recommended." 
Bea, 5 stars


"Great read.  Second book in the Iris series. Loved the first and now the second as well. Love the way this author writes...Hurry up Spring and get here so I can buy book three."
Dmontgomery, 5 stars


"I really like this series...This is the second book in this series and I can definitely say I'm addicted."
*FamilyKindleCoffeLover*, 5 stars


"Amazing.  Absolute fantastic follow up to Release!! ...lots of hotness!! Definitely recommend Redemption and CAN'T wait for Michael and Emily's story! Write faster girls!!!"
Hockey mom, 5 stars


Symbolism of the Iris Flower



Plants and flowers have been given as gifts for ages. "...While other plants are used to communicate very specific messages,

the iris can be seen to symbolize the act of communication itself."



Traditionally the Iris flower has been chosen to symbolize faith, valor, wisdom, hope, inspiration, cherished friendship, my compliments and promise in love. 

[Other meanings include] purity, kindness, passion, peace of mind,

purity, admiration
and courage.

White Iris flowers symbolize purity and kindness,

YELLOW Iris flowers symbolize passion,

lue Iris flowers symbolize hope and faith, and

urple Iris flowers symbolize wisdom and compliments.







2. something revealed [to make known; disclose; divulge; to lay open to view; display; exhibit]...

as of something not before realized.




by Goo Goo Dolls


And I'd give up forever to touch you

'Cause I know that you feel me somehow

You're the closest to heaven that I'll ever be

And I don't wanna go home right now


And all I can taste is this moment

And all I can breathe is your life

When sooner or later it's over

I just don't wanna miss you tonight


And I don't want the world to see me

'Cause I don't think that they'd understand

When everything's made to be broken

I just want you to know who I am


And you can't fight the tears that ain't coming

Or the moment of truth in your lies

When everything feels like the movies

Yeah, you bleed just to know you're alive


And I don't want the world to see me

'Cause I don't think that they'd understand

When everything's made to be broken

I just want you to know who I am


I just want you to know who I am...



Three Years Earlier


“You’re a waste of my time, Em.  What kind of girlfriend does this?”

Emily sat on the sofa staring at her boyfriend of the last eighteen months.  Inwardly she sighed.  Why did this conversation not surprise her?  She reached up and pinched the top of her nose under her brown framed glasses.

Was she a horrible person for feeling relieved?

“What do you want me to say, Scott?”

It was a similar conversation to all of the other ones they’d been having for the last few months.  The oft said complaint on Scott’s part was she was too strong, too masculine in her ‘ways’, was always in control. She wasn’t fun enough.  She sensed that her strength made him feel emasculated which made her sigh again.  Well, it’s not like he really needed her.  Or at least he certainly flirted enough with other girls to make her feel like he didn’t.  He’d been like that since day one and she knew that going in, but somehow being a 23, soon to be 24, year old virgin at the time bothered her more than this asshole’s disrespectful ways.

When it came to men, she was always doing something wrong.

He snorted.  “Nothing.  I just want you to listen.  I’m so done with you.”  He paused and looked at her with pity.  Then in a patronizing tone, as if talking to a child, he said, “Do you understand what I’m saying?  I don’t want you, Emily.”

O-kay.  That was a little harsh.  Not that she could blame him that much.  With law school, they had drifted apart, and she wasn’t exactly giving it up recently.  And wasn’t sex the reason most men her age were in relationships in the first place?

She gritted her teeth and swallowed down her anger.  Why did she even care?  She didn’t even love him.  Did she ever?  It was the thought of someone not taking the time to know her that hurt the most.  He never truly cared about her.  She knew that.

You just don’t understand me

And I’m not willing to make you understand me if you don’t want to take the time.

“You’re right, Scott.  Let’s just end it and call it a day.”

He sneered and shook his head.

“What kind of girlfriend are you, anyway?” he repeated, always having to have the last word.  “I mean, what girl doesn’t have sex with her boyfriend?  I guess you can just keep going to your Krav Maga classes, keeping all that tightly reined control,” he said waving his hands in the air.  “Kicking ass like you’re used to.  Find some guy you can pummel on for a while.  That apparently makes you feel more like a man.  Oops.  I mean, woman.”

“What the fuck, Scott?  The gloves are finally coming off, is that it?  Let’s just get it all out there.”

“Yeah, let’s do that.  You wanna know what?”  He took a step closer to the sofa, waving his finger.  “I thought when I found out you did Judo and shit you’d be a hot fuck in the sack.  Instead, you’re the most repressed woman I’ve ever met.  Fahckin’ you was like sticking my dick
into a glass of cold water.”  His Boston roots were coming out in his frustration as he pronounced his words.

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