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Taken by the Jakhua Clan as a teen, 194 was stripped of his name, identity, and free will, meticulously honed to be a ruthless killing machine. This is a role he resents with every fiber of his being but one he embraces to gain back the precious leverage the Georgians wield as their weapon of control: his younger sister, 152.
Zoya Kostava is in shock. After fleeing her mafia family's massacre in Georgia as a child, Zoya lives in secret, hiding from her enemies in Manhattan. At age 25, believing all her family is dead, Zoya learns that her brother, Zaal, is very much alive...and living with their family's greatest enemy: the Volkov Bratva.
Yearning to be reunited with her beloved Zaal, Zoya risks her safety and anonymity for the brother she had mourned since childhood. But just as she reaches Zaal's apartment, Zoya is seized and taken captive by a strange man, who is strong, dark, and brutal. Unyielding, he demands her utter obedience as he locks her away in darkness. He is highly skilled in torture and inflicting pain and demands to know everything about her and her brother. He is a man who will do anything to get what he wants.
Contains mature themes.
©2016 Tillie Cole (P)2016 Tantor
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5 out of 5 stars
By Cheri on 11-15-16

Tillie Cole Wrecked Me!

I think this is one of Tillie Cole's darkest stories yet! She really knows how to develop a scene that's intense, dark, raw, unapologetic and doesn't hold back. These well thought out detailed scenes will take you to a terrible place with a horrible monster who only knows how to deliver pain and death. Zoya may have been the monster's captive, but I felt their angst, pain, and torment and was left emotionally wrecked. This story captivated me, appalled me, left me on pins and needles, but I was helplessly glued to my headphones and loved every minute of it. Right there with Zoya, seeing the monster through her eyes, the one who would do anything to save those he loved, the one she saw past his scares, the one she wanted to save, the beautiful monster she feel hopelessly, utterly in love with.

Ravage is told from three POV's and I like how Luka is still a big part of the subplot. I love authors who are skilled enough to write a romance about two main characters falling in love, but can also incorporate other POVs giving the story more substance. Cole did an outstanding job with the three POVs giving more depth without making it too complex or hard to keep up with. I love her writing style, characters and how she uses dark plots to make the romance and love that much more meaningful. Tillie Cole is officially in my list of great authors to follow.

Amelie Griffin and Guy Locke's performance rocked! From the first story, these two have done a phenomenal job, but they really delivered, conquered and awed with this performance!

If you like intense, dark, raw romances, then this is a series you do not want to miss out on! I'll warn you, this isn't for the faint of heart but will leave you satisfied.

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5 out of 5 stars
By millmm on 12-16-16

Great series!!

These books really intertwine well but they can still be read or listened to individually. it is better as the series though. This may have some triggers for some people. can't wait for the next book. -Dink

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