Showing posts with label Tillie Cole. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Tillie Cole. Show all posts

Tuesday, 6 January 2015

Raze By Tillie Cole


One man stripped of his freedom, his morals… his life. 

Conditioned in captivity to maim, to kill and to slaughter, prisoner 818 becomes an unremorseful, unrivaled and unstoppable fighter in the ring. Violence is all he knows. Death and brutality are the masters of his fate. 

After years of incarceration in an underground hell, only one thought occupies his mind: revenge… bloody, slow and violent revenge. 

Revenge on the man who lied. 

Revenge on the man who wronged him. 

Revenge on the man who condemned him and turned him into… this: a rage-fueled killing machine. A monster void of humanity; a monster filled with hate. 

And no one will stand in the way of getting what he wants. 

One woman stripped of her freedom, her morals… her life. 

Kisa Volkova is the only daughter of Kirill ‘The Silencer’ Volkov, head of the infamous ‘Red’ bosses of New York's Russian Bratva. Her life is protected. In reality, it’s a virtual prison. Her father’s savage treatment of his rivals and his lucrative and coveted underground gambling ring—The Dungeon—ensures too many enemies lurk at their door. 

She dreams to be set free. 

Kisa has known only cruelty and loss in her short life. As manager of her father’s death match enterprise, only grief and pain fill her days. Her mafiya boss father, in her world, rules absolute. And her fiancĂ©, Alik Durov, is no better: The Dungeon’s five-time champion, a stone-cold killer, the treasured son of her father’s best friend, and her very own—and much resented—personal guard. Unrivaled in both strength and social standing, Alik controls every facet of Kisa’s life, dominates her every move; keeps her subdued and dead inside… then one night changes everything.

While working for her church—the only reprieve in her constant surveillance—Kisa stumbles across a tattooed, scarred, but stunningly beautiful homeless man on the streets. Something about him stirs feelings deep within her; familiar yet impossibly forbidden desires. He doesn’t talk. Doesn’t communicate with anyone. He’s a man beyond saving, and a man she must quickly forget… for both their sakes. 

But when days later, out of the blue and to her complete surprise, he’s announced as the replacement fighter in The Dungeon, Kisa knows she’s in a whole lot of trouble. He’s built, ripped and lethally unforgiving to his opponents, leaving fear in his wake and the look of death in his eyes. 

Kisa becomes obsessed with him. Yearns for him. Craves his touch. Needs to possess this mysterious man... 

… this man they call Raze. 

Another Dark read, but unlike the rest of them this one really had me captured. I couldn't put the blooming thing down. The whole book was well planned out, and must have taken some time to plan out what was what. 
It's a Russian mob, fighter novel, dark romance. 

Kisa, is the daughter to the mafia boss and fiance to one of the heirs. She hates him and always has. It's no secret he forces himself on her and obvious to other people he does, which is why I never understood why her father would want her to be with a man like that. I always saw Mafia loyal to their daughters, I don't know why. 
Then again, this book was so different to other mafia books I've read, it's in a league of its own. 
The book goes from Kisa and Raze's POV, showing bits and pieces from their past life. Raze doesn't remember his life after spending the past twelve years being tortured, beaten and other things done to him. 
When he finally escapes his hell, he goes back to where he came from for his revenge. On Alik, the one now marrying Kisa. 

You have to read the book to understand the bond, and friendship each of them have, but to me,  I erased all the dark gritty stuff out, and looked to the fact that even though he couldn't remember anything from his life before his hell, he still felt drawn to Kisa. Even Kisa, who had presumed he was dead the past twelves years was drawn to him, she knew they were meant to be together. I really did like how that part was written. 

Tillie Cole has yet again released another amazing novel. 


Saturday, 10 May 2014

It aint me babe By Tillie Cole

Sinning never felt so good… 

A fortuitous encounter. 

A meeting that should never have happened. 

Many years ago, two children from completely different worlds forged a connection, a fateful connection, an unbreakable bond that would change their lives forever… 

Salome knows only one way to live—under Prophet David’s rule. In the commune she calls home, Salome knows nothing of life beyond her strict faith, nor of life beyond the Fence—the fence that cages her, keeps her trapped in an endless cycle of misery. A life she believes she is destined to always lead, until a horrific event sets her free. 

Fleeing the absolute safety of all she has ever known, Salome is thrust into the world outside, a frightening world full of uncertainty and sin; into the protective arms of a person she believed she would never see again. 

River ‘Styx’ Nash knows one thing for certain in life—he was born and bred to wear a cut. Raised in a turbulent world of sex, Harleys, and drugs, Styx, unexpectedly has the heavy burden of the Hades Hangmen gavel thrust upon him, and all at the ripe old age of twenty-six—much to his rivals’ delight. 

Haunted by a crushing speech impediment, Styx quickly learns to deal with his haters. Powerful fists, an iron jaw and the skillful use of his treasured German blade has earned him a fearsome reputation as a man not to be messed with in the shadowy world of outlaw MC’s. A reputation that successfully keeps most people far, far away. 

Styx has one rule in life—never let anyone get too close. It’s a plan that he has stuck to for years, that is, until a young woman is found injured on his lot… a woman who looks uncannily familiar, a woman who clearly does not belong in his world, yet a woman he feels reluctant to let go… 

Read on for my review 

Although I rated this novel a low 3* I really enjoyed the difference in it. 
I'll start with the reason as to why I rated it so low. It's because when I look at men of honor, men of code, men of free will, i see men, even bikers to do right by people. To live by a code they must have some respect, but I found in this book the biker club lacked it considerably. Styx even had men he knew would rape.... who would want a man like that at their side? obviously Styx. That's what made my rating so low because some of the characters were deep down good men. 

Now the cult side to the story was amazing. Tillie has done her homework because it was incredible to learn about. I had not long finished another cult biker novel before this one but found it lacking information about it. Tillie keeps us informed on what is going on with it and as to why its there. 

The story had me gripping at my kindle, especially towards the end as i didnt know what the hell was going to happen. Another thing I loved about the novel is that it was so unpredictable. 
The betrayal, the fights, the action, everything had you wanted to keep reading. Author did an amazing job with this story. 

Monday, 28 October 2013

Sweet Home By Tillie Cole

Sweet Home By Tillie Cole

Molly Leaves her home life in England to move to university of Alabama, She has more to learn then she thought. 

Meeting Romeo Prince, quarter back of Alabama university turns Molly's world upside down ..... dramatically changing her life forever ...