Love is madness.
Love is anguish.
Ours was ill-fated from the beginning
Crazier than crazy.
Sicker than sick.
Samael was the epitome of a beautiful nightmare.
Together, we were poetry--the kind that bled and wept, a mess of euphoric bliss and heartbreak.
I promised I’d be by his side until the bitter end, but after far too long I needed to be free of him.
Leaving would be one of the hardest things I’d ever done.
He’d come after me, of that I was sure. Many would lose their lives, becoming casualties in our war.
When this was all said and done our story would be whispered in darkened corners for years to come.
A tale of a wolf pursuing a lamb, but with a masochistic twist.
For even lambs have teeth, and this one bites back.
Miscreants is an enemies-to-lovers standalone full of explicit savagery and an OTT anti-hero. Some readers may find the content within objective. Discretion is highly advised!
Natalie Bennett has given us another novel in the Badlands series. This time we learn the story of Samael and Lilith. A duo that should never work. Not even on their best day; but love knows no bounds. No matter how much violence and butting heads, Lilith knows who she belongs to.
It was so great to be able to read this story, although it’s been so long. I had a hard time connecting their past to their present. The story was great, but the gap in time had my scratching me head and needing to think who belonged to what faction and which child belonged to which parent. My best advice would be to do a re-read of the previous book (Renegades) in order to make a solid connection. I still however, cannot wait for Cam’s story. Hopefully we shall see that very soon!!
Degenerates (Badlands: Next Generation)
Hellions (Badlands: Next Generation)
Renegades (Badlands: Next Generation)
With a penchant for (writing) villainous immoral men, and a tendency to deviate away from traditional happily ever afters, Natalie Bennett is an international bestselling author of twisted and unconventional love stories.
When she's not slaying words she's somewhere in the sunshine state, happily taking life one curve-ball at a time.