In a family of cold-hearted black sheep,
I, Axel Rutherford, am the blackest.
My father has hated me since the day I was born. The feeling was mutual. In the shady underworld that was my legacy, Cleo McCarthy became my light. She was beautiful, passionate, and my whole world. So naturally my father had to destroy us. First he sent me away. Next he claimed Cleo as his own. But now I've returned, and nothing will stop me from taking back everything that is rightfully mine.
He was the love of my life - when my life was still my own.
We were young enough to believe we would last forever, Axel and I. But neither of us realized how cruel life - and our families - could be. Now I'm trapped in a gilded cage: desired by Axel, who must never know the full truth, and controlled by his father, who would sooner see me dead than free. And I wouldn't even care, except that it's no longer only my life at stake.
©2017 Zara Cox (P)2017 Hachette Audio
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5 out of 5 stars
By Lynnz on 24-04-17

Dark Desires, Dark Story

This Book 2 from the Dark Desires series is extremely DARK. It is a long story, but I couldn't stop from listening to it. It certainly kept my attention, even though there didn't seem to be a lot of characters involved. The author did an excellent job of portraying the characters, especially Axel's family. I had to listen carefully to get the background of Axel's family. The Darkness in Axel's heart can be understood. However, the "punishment" seemed a little strange to me. The two narrators did an excellent job with the characters. Even when each, male and female, were required to speak like the opposite sex, they did a great job. This book is a "Standalone". You don't have to have read Book 1. Looking for more books by this author.

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