Series: Seven Sins MC
Author: Jessica Gadziala
Genre: Paranormal MC Romance
Release Date: November 9, 2020
Destined to leave their home, their coven, their way of life.
To fulfill the age-old treaty with the demons.
We spoke of their fates in hushed whispers around open fires like ghost stories, conjuring tales, each more horrifying than the last.
I never thought I would become her.
Ripped from everything I had known, thrown into a dark and uncertain world, my life in the hands of its purest evil.
Nothing could have prepared me for the truth.
Or the growing warmth I felt toward one of my captors.
But the questions remained:
What did they want from me?
What would happen to me once they took it?
What price was I willing to pay?
And what would I be willing to sacrifice to hold onto a love I never saw coming?
Ok I am a huge fan of PNR books. I went in with my eyes wide opened and let me say Jessica did not disappoint. Lenore and Lycus are the two sides to the same coin. They couldn’t be anymore different if they tried. I mean she is a “good” witch and he is a demon. Opposites really do attract and these two characters are no different. Lenore the naive young lady unsure of what is going to happen to her when she is for this generations sacrifice. She is not one to conform and tends to be a little rebellious. I love that about her. She is tenacious and refuses to be brow beaten. Lycus is a strong hero who just can not understand the pull that is happening between him and the witch. Being a demon is something he thrives upon until the little witch entered his world. Now I am not going to get into too much more of the plot because I don’t want to give anything away, but the little twist that is thrown are way where these two are concerned was just the icing on the cake for me. I am hoping that there will be more stories in this series, because I NEED Minos’ story… Ok I would also like to see Ace get his feet knocked out from under him as well.
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The Sacrifice was something spoken of in whispers, lips quivering behind closed doors.
It was the phrase thrown at children to secure good behavior.
Do your studies; You don’t want to become The Sacrifice, do you?
Watch your tongue; I don’t want you to be the next Sacrifice.
Unfortunately for my mother—and, as it turned out, myself—I had always been a headstrong child. I was a girl with far too many opinions, and far too few inhibitions. I was always running when told to walk, singing when I was told to be silent, proud when I was told to be humble.
See, The Sacrifice was both a verb and a noun.
And a person.
In this generation, that person was me.
Jessica Gadziala is a full-time writer, parrot enthusiast, and coffee drinker who has an unhealthy obsession with acquiring houseplants. She enjoys short rides to the book store, sad songs, and cold weather. She lives in New Jersey with her parrots, dogs, and a whole flock of chickens.