Devoured by Darkness by Alexandra Ivy
"Don't even think it?"
"That just because you've gotten into my pants you can manipulate me."
A flare of anger seared through him. Gotten into her pants? She made him sound like a frat boy anxious for an easy lay. The truth of the matter was that he'd had the most beautiful and powerful women in the world beg to share his bed.
But it wasn't male pride that made him yank her hard against his body, or glare down at her wide eyes. -- PG. 181
The Vision by Jen Nadol
"What were you thinking?" he hissed, his breath hot and angry in my ear.
I couldn't answer, fear and confusion choking my words like an invisible collar.
"Yes, Cassie," he said, pushing back. Crossing his arms. "I know what you are." he smiled, but his eyes weren't warm. They were hot. Burning into mine. "You knew there were others, didn't you?"
-- PG. 132