The Fallen: Genesis A Deadly Virtues Prequel by Tillie Cole

The Fallen: Genesis (Deadly Virtues, #0.5)

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Tillie Cole is the queen of darkness and I am her faithful servant. I love this world she built. These boys wrecked me. The torture and abuse they endured was heartbreaking.  But what did I expect? No one does torture and abuse better than Tillie Cole.  I was pulled in from the very beginning and I can not wait to dive back into this dark world. It was so dark I could barely see. This was just a taste of what’s to come, and even though I can’t wait, I’m scared af.

-5 stars

Natasha

 

THE FALLEN: GENESIS
(A Deadly Virtues Prequel)

IN THE BEGINNING…

They told them they were evil.
They told them they were possessed by demons.
They told them that darkness ran in their veins.

Holy Innocents Home for Children is a haven for orphaned boys who have nothing and no one. The priests watch over them, educate them, raise them in the family of the church.

Except for some.

Seven of the orphans are no ordinary boys. They attract the attention of the priests for their acts of violence, of bloodlust. The priests realize these boys are drawn to the darkness.

And the priests are no ordinary priests. They are the Brethren, a secret sect who believe themselves on a divine mission to seek out evil in the boys in their care. Seek it out, and then drive it out.

The seven have fallen from God’s grace. And the Brethren will cleanse their blackened souls…

Dark Contemporary Romance novella. Contains sexual situations, violence, sensitive and taboo subjects, offensive language and topics some may find triggering. Recommended for age 18 years and up. 

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