“For fractured souls are like magnets.
Drawn to collide into an impossible bliss…”
Labeled a ‘Cursed’ woman of Eve from birth, Maddie has endured nothing but pain and repression at the hands of The Order’s most abusive elder, Moses. Now living with her sister in The Hangmen’s secluded compound, finally, Maddie, is free. Free from the suffocating faith she no longer believes in. Free from endless years of physical and mental torment.
At age twenty-one, the timid and shy Maddie is content to live within the confines of her new home—safe from the outside world, safe from harm and, strangely, protected by the Hangmen’s most volatile member; the heavily pierced and tattooed, Flame.
The man who ceaselessly watches over her with his midnight dark and searing eyes. The man who protects her with a breath-taking intensity. And the man who stirs something deep within her numbed heart.
But when circumstances conspire for Flame to need HER help, Maddie bravely risks it all for the broken man who has captivated her fragile soul.
The Hangmen’s most infamous member, Flame, is ruled by one thing—anger. Plagued by haunting demons from his past, an all-consuming rage, and isolated by an abhorrent hatred of being touched, Flame’s days are filled with suffocating darkness, pierced only by a single ray of light—Maddie. The shy, beautiful woman he cannot purge from his thoughts. The woman he has an overwhelming need to possess…
… the only person who has ever been able to touch him.
Flame’s mission in life is to protect Maddie, to keep her safe. Until a trigger from his troubled past sends him spiraling into madness, trapping him in the deepest recesses of his disturbed mind.
His Hangmen brothers fear that Flame is beyond saving.
His only hope of salvation: Maddie and her healing light.
Where to start? When I first read “It Ain’t me Babe.” It loved it and though there were some ‘tough’ scenes i thought it couldn’t get worse. then came Heart Recaptured and what the main character Lhila went through was so heartbreaking i thought i needed a hard minute to get my thoughts together and do a review. In both books I somehow knew that the character Flame who had shown up in both previous novels was going to be a hard read. And man was i correct. the writing was done as always very beautifully the words written in such a way that caught ahold of your soul and twisted it. Be warned this is a VERY dark read and i will admit i had to put this down at times because of the horror of it. to think that things like this actually happened to another human being hurts my heart. Tille did such a great job at capturing all the raw emotion in the scenes without going overboard. I would imagine that this was a hard book to write as it was very hard to read,but a great read it was nonetheless. This is a book where you can read it as a stand alone, but to be more invested in the characters to understand where they came from it’s essential to read the previous books too. great job Tille as usual i cant wait to see whats next from you!
Tillie Cole is a Northern girl through and through. She originates from a place called Teesside on that little but awesomely sunny (okay I exaggerate) Isle called Great Britain. She was brought up surrounded by her English rose mother — a farmer’s daughter, her crazy Scottish father, a savagely sarcastic sister and a multitude of rescue animals and horses.
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