I was born an ordinary girl with a tiny seed of sickness.
As I got older it grew bigger, manifesting into something sinister.
Mama told me to lock it away and let it wither.
I didn’t know how.
So I hid it.
Solitude became my closest companion.
Solo, single, lonely.
They were drawn to my sickness like moths to a flame.
With them, I was nurtured into something special.
With them, I flourished in depths of decay and darkness.
(mm/mmf/ mfm.) Standalone. *Usually would insert warning here*
4 Star Review by Lorena
Natalie Bennett is a fairly new author to me, but I have to say she fastly has got me intrigued and I want to read more of her words. I feel like I'm just as sick and deprived as the characters she writes about because I actually feel like I'm in a spellbound with her books and I am still wanting more when I get to the end.
Yes, the books are gruesome, sick, gross -- but if you're okay with that, then I say go for it. I'm not sure why I'm okay with reading this kind of genre because I cannot sit and watch a gory movie. I can handle horror but not gory. Yet, I sit here and read Natalie Bennett who does such an excellent job at writing such gory books and leaves me hooked and spent.
Helena, Declan and Ethan were one heck of a weird as hell and mentally sick combo. I don't understand why they felt the need to do the things they did, but if that's what satisfied their quench then by all means!
Natalie Bennett has a way with twisting her stories around and making them more interesting than what I actual think they're going to be and I love that about her writing style. She definitely keeps you on your toes and going WTF did I just read!!
Let's not forget how hot her sex scenes are as well, she knows how to incorporate those great scenes into the f*cked up world that these characters live in.