A spin-off from the CNC Fraternity series
An inferno hot, dark standalone romance from New York Times & USA Today bestselling author, Cari Silverwood
THE NIGHTMARES COME TO ME, NIGHT AFTER NIGHT AFTER NIGHT
A stone table, hooded men, and a woman dying.
Have I killed my friend? To find out, I apply for the same CNC training course I sent her to.
Two men agree to take me on and teach me how to be theirs.
Theirs… It’s such a powerful word.
If I say yes to all that they wish to do,
Will my heart still be mine or will it be theirs?
I must remember my true purpose – to find Milli or to avenge her.
Even if I have to paint the walls with blood. Preferably, it won’t be my own.
Phoebe Bartholemew, my god, I have her. She’s mine to destroy.
I will grind her into the dirt beneath my feet, same as her family did to ours.
Handling Marcus and Phoebe is fun, if a little like juggling d*ldos and knives. But this beautiful island is toxic and deviant killers hide among the guests. To leave this place alive, we need to unearth them before they put us six feet under.
Things to know about Their Cruel Love
Secret society of millionaires and billionaires
One woman shares the embrace of two men (MfM)
Enemies to Lovers
Smutty Murder mystery
TW Find them here
This romance has dark themes that may be triggering.
This book can be read standalone but the books that came before it in this series are:
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Cari Silverwood is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling writer of kinky darkness or sometimes of dark kinkiness, depending on her moods and the amount of time she's spent staring into the night.
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