Darkness Embraced (Hades Hangmen, # 7) by Tillie Cole
on January 20, 2019
Genres: Dark, MC, Romance, Crime
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THE DEEPEST LOVE CAN BE BORN FROM THE FIERCEST HATE… Born to sit on opposing thrones. They were never meant to fall. Tanner Ayers is the heir of the Texas Ku Klux Klan. Fed nothing but hate, violence, and intolerance from the day he was born, Tanner kills for his cause without remorse. Until he meets Adelita Quintana, the daughter of the most brutal cartel boss in Mexico. Adelita and Tanner hate each other instantly. But there is something between them that neither can explain or deny. Hate turns to desire, desire turns to love, and for the first time Tanner sees how wrong his whole life has been. For years, Tanner does everything he can to find a way for him and Adelita. He walks away from the Klan, his family, everything he ever believed, and joins the Hades Hangmen. But now the Hangmen are at war—not only with his own family, but with Adelita’s too. When Adelita and Tanner are thrown together again, they are forced to fight for a love that should never have been. For a love that puts them and everyone they have ever loved in danger. The White Prince. The cartel princess. And a future that seems shrouded in darkness… Dark Contemporary Romance. Contains sexual situations, violence, sensitive and taboo subjects, offensive language and mature topics. Recommended for age 18 years and up.
“How we were raised, the people- good or bad- who gave us life… if those days are shrouded in darkness, embrace them and allow them to have a place in your soul. They are a part of who you are as much as the lighter, inspiring days.”
This series just keeps getting better and better. I have always been a #teamRider/Cain from the beginning, but Tanner sure did give him a run for his money. I was not expecting that, but it was a wonderful surprise. They were so Romeo and Juliet, and that made this so much more.
“I love you, princess. You fucking saved me. Not sure if you know it. But you saved me.”
“And now I get to save you.”
I think Adelita was so strong and Tanner was everything. They had this loyalty to one another that made my heart swoon. This whole book was grueling, brutal at times, but so heartbreakingly beautiful. I couldn’t get enough of it. This is a series that I put on my “Do Not Miss” list. I implore you to check it out.