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I was born a few moments after midnight on January 1st. On my 21st birthday, my father throws me the most lavish New Year's Eve birthday party Baton Rouge has ever seen—then he tells me I'm a woman now, and that means I belong to a man he owes a blood debt.
No, not a man. A demon who feeds on my family’s pain and suffering. Especially mine.
His name is Hades Fairgood. But he is neither good nor fair.
He's the twisted ruler of a biker underworld, and everything my dead mother warned me to avoid. Dirty rich, stupid hot, and merciless. There's not even a smidge of human left in his bitter, vengeful heart. I find that out the particularly cruel way when he renames me Persy—short for Persephone and has "Property of Hades" tattooed across my back.
So that I never forget....
I'm his possession now. He owns me, mind, body, and soul.
He’s a needlessly beautiful monster who I must escape. Of course, I must.
The longer I’m with him, the more confusing it becomes. Is he a merciless monster or a wounded man in need of love? My love?
It doesn’t matter. It shouldn’t matter either way. I just hope I can escape his wrath before he ruins me.
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- Paula Greene
Hades:Stephanie and the Merciless Reaper
I really didn’t care to much for this story. I just didn’t see the point of Hades getting revenge on a innocent girl who didn’t know anything about what her father had done. I felt like Hades should have came to realize that in the story.So he, let his mother killer get away with it and made the innocent daughter suffer instead which to me makes no sense because her father didn’t care about his daughter so he really didn’t get revenge against his mother killer. I think he should have let Stephanie go and made her father pay for his own crimes and then I could possibly see a love story between Hades and Stephanie. I just can see a woman love. Man who put her in a dog cage who put a gun to her head and playing Russian roulette for months and put a tattoo on her body without her permission that say property of Hades. And then said he didn’t force sex on a woman but he force a tattoo and made-her dress like a slut. If he took her freedom and willing to put her in a cage he should just rape her too since his character was merciless. How could someone who would hurt a person and try to say they love you in the same breath. I just don’t see that happening I know this is fiction but even in fiction you still need to have some reality in your story And I just can’t see a love story here with the abuse that the heroine suffered from the hero. I think the Narrators did an amazing job.
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Once again Theodora hit it outbid the park. Hades did not disappoint. Can’t wait for the next Hades book.
- Jason J. Williams
I love how the story is coming along. I’ll admit, I had to go back to a few stories to make sure I got it right, like Keen’s and Waylon’s. Can’t wait to read the next book!