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Publisher Description

This box set contains both Exploited and Redeemed.

~ Exploited ~

For years I've left a path of death and destruction wherever I go. I promise myself that after one last job I'll have the money I desperately need to quit taking lives. That's how I find myself back in my hometown of Lexington.

So beautiful and innocent, I unknowingly end up saving the life of the one girl I was supposed to keep silent…the one girl I was supposed to end.

She's my fallen angel sent from above.

I can't resist staining her pure white wings with my darkness when I use her. Defile her. Deceive her.

The two of us were both ruined by our pasts when they intersected. Pasts that we're still trying to escape with the hounds of hell on our heels.

Fate brought us together. Now, I'll do anything to protect my angel from the demons that haunt her. I won't stop until I slay the devil himself to keep her safe, the man who ruined both of our lives.

The only problem is, my silent angel is keeping secrets from me – the biggest of which is that I'm not the only one who wants to exploit her.

~ Redeemed ~

For years I've left a path of death and destruction wherever I go, and now God's punishing me.

Time's running out for my fallen angel, but I'll do whatever it takes to save her.

I made her a promise that I intend to keep.

Until my last breath.

October 16
Lane Hart
Draft2Digital, LLC

Customer Reviews

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Dark Redemption Boxed Set

Blair’s nightmare started when she was eight. Now ten years later, she was back where her life ended because of her murderous father.
This intriguing, suspenseful and dark romance was well written with twists and turns that kept me guessing.
In the beginning, I wondered who would be the significant other in Blair’s tragic life. As both Aiden and Brede met and fell for Blair, the author kept the storyline interesting and compelling.
I wished Blair’s father suffered more for his part in her torment.

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