The Pinnacle Heirs Series by LeTeisha Newton and Ginger Talbot is out now! #OneClick today!



The Pinnacle Heirs Series



Some damage cannot be fixed.

Love. Faith. Honor. Trust. Devotion. These sound like tenets to live by, but at Pinnacle University, they are the kings who rule all.

Five men. Five of the wealthiest successors known to man. Five cruel minds who see the world as their plaything. And me? I made the mistake of telling them no.

No, I wouldn’t be theirs.

No, I didn’t care about money.

No, they’d never break me.

So I’ve been enrolled in their school, in their kingdom, and I’m their pet. Meant to be used. Meant to be controlled. Meant to be damaged.

I won’t be destroyed. Not by them, not by anyone. And by the end of this, we’ll all be left irrepairable.

Note from the authors: This is a dark reverse harem college bully romance. This is not your typical academy romance. No school walls can contain this darkness. Welcome to the Pinnacle Group Estate. If you’re looking for the light, turn away now.





One year …

All he asks for is one year of my life to clear out all the dirt, the muck, the messed-up way of thinking that makes me splice myself open for relief. One year of no Rani, no Pinnacle heirs, no reminders of the past, and all I have to do is say yes.

Just yes.

It’s stupid. I know better. To say yes means there is never a chance to say no. I won’t control anything in my life, least of all how I live. This one word utterly takes over, and I no longer know where to turn for help. My release, my painful savior the blade, is now gone. All that remains is Demari Sestra.

He always gives me a chance, a moment before the darkness to walk away. I can, I know it, but I never do. It leaves no one to blame but me.

Rani, I once warned you the world would break you if you let it.

Maybe I should have followed my own advice.

Note from the authors: While Cutter can be read as a standalone, the pieces may fall in place easier if Irrepairable is read first. Unlike Irrepairable, this is not a reverse harem, academy, or bully romance. Simply put, Allie’s story is dark, twisted, and might make even the darkest hearts cringe. Remember this: most topics in the book are real-life occurrences and will evoke strong feelings. Proceed with caution and know you have been warned.





LeTeisha Newton

Writing professionally since 2008, LeTeisha Newton’s love of romance novels began long before it should have. After spending years sneaking reads from her grandmother’s stash, she finally decided to pen her own tales. As many will do during their youth, she bounced from fantasy, urban literature, mainstream, interracial, paranormal, heterosexual, and LGBT works until she finally rested in contemporary romance.


LeTeisha is all about deep angst and angry heroes who take a bit more loving to smooth their rough edges. Love comes in many sizes, shapes, and colors, as well as with—or without—absolute beauty and fairy tale sweetness. She writes the darker tales because life is hard … but love is harder.


Ginger Talbot

Ginger Talbot is a fan of dark chocolate, dark romance, and talking about herself in the third person. She’s a restless soul who’s wandered from coast to coast and can generally be found in the local coffee shop, flipping through the pages of a romance or thriller and overindulging in lattes.


She’s worked as a newspaper reporter covering cops and courts and has also been the world’s worst secretary and a mediocre cocktail waitress.


Now, she sits around all day making up stories about sexy, dominant Alpha-holes and the smart-mouthed, sassy women who hate to love them.





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