My life was mapped out and planned to perfection. I knew exactly what I wanted and where I was going, until I was thrust into his world and ripped from mine. In the blink of an eye everything shattered, proving to be nothing more than a cheap illusion. Now I’m living in this twisted form of hell, where enemies and friends are one and the same. I thought I wanted perfection. Now I don’t know what I want - perhaps not even my own freedom.
I'm the definition of wrong. I'm violent, I'm greedy, and I stop at nothing to win. I'm a notorious bookie and in my game paying with your life is not just a figure of speech. You lose, I collect. I take whatever you have. She’s collateral for a debt, and if that debt's not paid someone will die. This should be just business, so why can’t I kill her?
Everything is not always as it seems.
Lust. Blood. Lies.
Nothing this wrong should feel so right.
Wrong but so right.
I was completely enraptured, caught up in the lives of Jude and Tor and the chaos around them.
Victoria is kidnapped, taken, handed over as collateral for her boyfriend's gambling debts until he pays up, only he never pays up.
Jude runs a gambling business, you don't pay you loose more than your money, he's a hard business man, an alpha male with an edge of darkness .
Jude isn’t in the business of taking people as collateral especially a woman, so when one of his goons brings Victoria back he is fuming angry but has no choice but to hold her in his home.
A twisted Web of lies and deceit, enemies and danger unfolds and as time goes on Jude and Tor's icy relationship begins to thaw.
There are no fucking words for a woman who can soften a heart as cold as mine. I know there is not another woman that will make me feel this way. Nothing this wrong should feel this right.
His proximity makes me shiver, and my heart skitters against my rib cage. Every fibre of me wants him, and I hate that I do.
Brilliant and captivating, gripping and raw finishing with a cliffhanger.
Wrong is part of a Trilogy told in dual pov's hot in all the right places, gritty and dark.
Soooo looking forward to Wrath
***Warning. This book contains extreme violence, and scenes that may upset some readers. ***
Jude Pearson could just as well kill me as kiss me most days. He was my captor, my living hell, and yet, he became my saviour, my heart. Stupid. Hes heartless, conditioned to feel nothing, and so I ran... straight into the clutches of his enemy. Joe Campbell wants Jude to suffer, and I just became a pawn in a very dangerous game.
Joe has broken me in every way, everything that I once was stripped away, and in its place is festering hatred and a rage so cold I feel nothing else. I have one purpose. Revenge.
Love makes you weak, it makes you irrational. She was collateral, completely innocent when she was unwillingly dragged into my corrupt world. With the damage Id already caused her, I couldnt let her love me, so I let her go, and now...he has her.
No matter where she is, she will always be mine. This man has taken every-fucking-thing from me, and he has the last thing that matters to me. I will kill him. Slowly. Joe Campbell better run because the devil is fucking coming for him.
Sometimes two wrongs can make a right.
Our Wrath binds us, but it may also break us.
Evolve to survive...
Wow! I thought wrong was brilliant but Wrath was Epic!
Dark,gritty,wrong on so many levels and totally captivating page after page.
Tor,not only taken once but twice and the second time isn't someone who shows mercy. Joe Cambell is driven by revenge and hatred towards Jude and wants to Hurt him in ways that cut deep and that is by stripping him of all he loves. Tor is tortured and broken in ways no human being should be broken.
LP Lovell & Stevie J Cole never cease to amaze me with their ability to pull together jaw dropping unpredictable plots.
Wrath is dark,gritty with so many twists and turns that will give you whip lash if you try to figure out where it's all going to go next.
Wrath follows on from Wrong told in dual pov's and cannot be read as a standalone.
Contains scenes of violence and rape and with the brilliance of these two authors writing your absolutely taken there with the characters, able to picture every scene and feel the pain in the scenes of hurt and anguish..
Wrath is the end and the beginning in Tor and Jude's journey and I loved every gruesome,heartwarming and heartbreaking moment.
Looking forward to Wire the next book in the series coming in May. Omg! May can't come soon enough!!
WRATH is FINALLY here.. If you haven't yet grabbed your copy, go get your #OneClicker read. You WILL NOT regret.