From USA Today bestseller Tillie Cole, the final part of the SCARRED SOULS series.
Stolen by the Arziani Georgian crime mob as a child, 152 was raised and conditioned to be a Mona - the most subservient of the Arziani Blood Pit slaves.
Gorgeous and kind, she has been under the imprisoning influence of the Type B drug and under the command of the Blood Pit Master's sister, Mistress Arziani, for most of her life, until the Master calls her back home to Georgia.
He wants her under his total control, and Master always gets what he wants.
But when 152 is gifted to the Blood Pit's fearsome champion death match fighter as a prize, 152 suddenly finds out that the men who appear most brutal, may just own the kindest hearts. And love may be found, even when living in hell.
Freedom, family, love, 152 will have to fight for what she wants and ultimately make an impossible choice.
Tillie Cole is a Northern girl through and through, originating from Teeside in the North East of England. She was brought up surrounded by her mother, her crazy Scottish father, a savagely sarcastic sister and a multitude of rescue animals and horses.
Being a scary blend of Scottish and English, Tillie embraces both cultures; her English heritage through her love of HP sauce and freshly made Yorkshire Puddings, and her Scottish, which is mostly demonstrated by her frighteningly foul-mouthed episodes of pure rage and her much loved dirty jokes.
Following university in Newcastle and subsequent years teaching high school Social Studies around Europe, Tillie was inspired to write her first novel. Ever since, she has written from the heart, combining her passion for anything camp and glittery with her love of humour and dark brooding men (most often muscled and tattooed - they're her weakness!).
Tillie lives with her professional rugby player husband in Calgary, Alberta where she spends most of her days (and many a late night) lost in a writing euphoria or in her dream of pursuing a dazzling career as a barrel-racing, tasselled-chap, Stetson-wearing cowgirl . . . Ye-haw!
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