Release Blitz/ARC Review: Malice & Obscene by Natalie Bennett!

Series: Dahlia Saga
Author: Natalie Bennett
Genre: Dark Romance
Release Date: May 28, 2019



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Malice (Dahlia Saga #1)


Everyone knows the stories about naïve girls being taken by beautiful monsters.

Often the monster is a tortured soul with a fucked up past, but even then, that monster is redeemable.

This is not one of those stories.

My monster revels in the carnage he creates.

Our story is not one where good prevails and the villain becomes a hero.

My reality is dark.

His demons are darker.

And though I love my monster, this is no fairytale.

There is no happily ever after.

My Thoughts 💭

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Omg! Julian is really a master manipulator and I felt for Morgana! She was absolutely crazy too and just wanted to get better! This book was crazy good and I definitely recommend reading this dark story!

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Obscene (Dahlia Saga #2)


Love is a tragedy designed for two.
What would you endure to see it through?

I was nothing.
He was both madness and paradise.

I was innocent.
He was twisted, harboring sadistic secrets.

I was a malignant obsession.
Now I am his most prized possession.

My Thoughts 💭

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This book is just as amazingly disturbing as the the first! I’m not even sure how to describe Mason or Katie😂. Mason absolutely plays with Katie’s mind and it drove me crazy how he would barely answer her questions. I definitely recommend the Dahlia Saga if you’re into the dark and twisted.

Natalie Bennett is the creator of erotic stories that always come with a warning label. She writes about depraved alpha a**holes and women that love to hate them. Her books don’t follow any specific tropes, have no set word counts, and tend to deviate from traditional HEA’s.

When she isn’t in front of her computer she’s spending time with her husband and their three little boys.

Natalie is an avid fan of caramel frappes, horror movies, Shameless, and of course, reading.

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ARC Review: Enslaved by Sansa Rayne

Synopsis

“They may own me, but they’ll never control me.”

QUINN

I tried running, but he followed me. I hid, but he found me. I couldn’t escape, so I defended myself. Now he’s in a coma, and I’m in prison.

Except, the Walker Center isn’t a normal jail. In here, inmates work. Twelve hours a day, every day. If we misbehave, vicious guards punish us. They strip away our dignity, turn us against each other and rob us of our sanity. No one leaves, except as property.

My only hope may be Reed Nolan, an unapologetic sadist on a mission to break my spirit. He torments me every day, delighting in my pain. Defying him awakens intoxicating, dark desires. My perverse need to be dominated becomes my secret weapon, with every stroke of his whip powering my will to survive, to fight the evil of this place.

My captors are going to pay for what they’ve done. I want to open Reed’s eyes, to turn him against the monster he serves, but if I can’t, I won’t let anyone stand in my way…

“The truth may set you free, but it’ll still hurt.”

REED

I don’t know what to expect when I walk into Galleria Carnale. When I see her wanton depravity, served with a dash of crazy, I know I’ve met my match in Sibel Isaacs. Only one problem: she knows who I am and what I do for a living. Convincing her I’m not the man she thinks isn’t easy, but she’s worth it: beautiful and fearless, willing to try anything. How could I resist?

But she doesn’t know the pain still smoldering from my past. She has no idea I owe a debt to a monster – one I helped create. I’ve fought for years to keep his dark urges at bay, but he’s just waiting for a reason to give into temptation – and now he’s obsessed with Sibel.

Soon, watching won’t be enough. If I don’t stop him, he’ll hurt her. But if I tell her everything, the truth could cut far deeper…

Publisher’s note: “Enslaved” is a dark, romantic thriller with explicit sexual content, no cliffhangers, no cheating and a HEA. It contains material some may find disturbing. Reader discretion is advised.

My thoughts 💭

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This was a dark, twisted and suspenseful book. Quinn accidentally puts the guy who tried to violate her in a coma and is tricked into going to Walker Center where you’re basically a slave waiting to be bought. I loved Quinn she was strong and brave considering her situation. Reed kind of got on my nerves because of how upset he was over his “friend” that even when he thought back on their interactions wasn’t really a friend. He got better when he came to his senses lol. I thought the book was well written even though sometimes it was too much for me.

*Received ARC for honest review 💙