Ravage by Tillie Cole

Ravage by Tillie Cole

Posted June 10, 2019 by Leona Woolfolk in Book Reviews, Books / 0 Comments

Ravage by Tillie Cole was that story I’ve been looking for, wanting to dive into and get lost in. Goodness… Shoot, it’s been a while since I’ve immersed myself into a Tillie Cole story, but my gosh how could I forget how much her stories can impact me?! I knew that with each story in the Scarred Souls series that the characters were tied to each other in some way, but no way could I have ever imagined the way Ravage turned out. Talk about heartache in 500 pages or less! I have yet to read an author that can match Cole’s versatility and unique style of writing dark romances. With each story she writes, whether you end up loving the book in its entirety or not, I bet you were in some way emotionally touched and a mark was left on your soul from the story she told. Guaranteed, hands […]

Sweet Soul by Tillie Cole

Sweet Soul by Tillie Cole

Posted June 8, 2019 by Leona Woolfolk in Book Reviews, Books / 0 Comments

Levi Carrillo, main male character in Sweet Soul by Tillie Cole, was dealt a crappy hand, well all the Carrillo brothers were, but unlike Axel and Austin, Levi has been battling his demons silently to the point where he was dying a slow and agonizing death. In order to save him and help him back to the brother that was so open to affection as we saw in Sweet Fall, something/someone needed to came along and shake the walls that he had built around himself. At first I was hoping that the person/woman to do this for him would be the red-head cheerleader that kept making googly eyes at him while he practiced on the field. I wanted Levi’s story to be different from his brothers. I wanted him to not have to battle an almost insurmountable foe in his life and possibly in the life of the woman who […]

Reap by Tillie Cole

Reap by Tillie Cole

Posted June 7, 2019 by Leona Woolfolk in Book Reviews, Books / 0 Comments

After finishing Raze I didn’t think that another character could threaten the place that Luca had been stamped with his name. Zaal gave him a run for his money in Reap by Tillie Cole. Zaal’s story was so heart-breaking, if you were to compare them, almost more heart breaking than Luca’s before he was reunited with his family. When the revelation of how jacked up Zaal’s story was, thanks to Luca, I almost couldn’t take it. Thoughts of the possibility that Zaal might not be able to survive the pain that had been such big part of his life, until meeting Luca and Talia, that I was so ready to close the book and taking a breather. Woo-wee! “You are twenty-nine, Zaal. That man, that sick man you call ‘Master’ has held you captive for over twenty years.” -Luca to Zaal, Reap by Tillie Cole While Reap kept me engaged […]

Sweet Hope by Tillie Cole

Sweet Hope by Tillie Cole

Posted June 5, 2019 by Leona Woolfolk in Book Reviews, Books / 0 Comments

“What words,” I ask myself, “can I use that will adequately explain the magnitude of excellence of Sweet Hope by Tillie Cole?” If you’ve read my reviews before you’ll know that I have loved every Tillie Cole story I’ve ever read, but (now bear with me) I truly believe that this book is not only her best book out of this series (from what I’ve read so far – I haven’t read Sweet Rome yet) but I truly believe this is her best book period. She really outdid herself with this one and brought this series to an end in the purest and most perfect way possible. In the previous books we rarely got a glimpse into who Ally really was. She was always seen as the supportive best friend, and rebellious one out of the group, but anything deeper than that was not accessible. Even with little known about […]

Deep Redemption by Tillie Cole

Deep Redemption by Tillie Cole

Posted April 20, 2019 by Leona Woolfolk in Book Reviews, Books / 0 Comments

There wasn’t much I was expecting from Deep Redemption by Tillie Cole for many reasons. One of the main ones being Rider’s character was one I didn’t really care for nor wanted to read about. But now that I’ve put this installment of the Hades Hangmen series behind me I can admit that I was surprisingly shocked by how much I actually didn’t hate his story. The melodrama of the twin brother stealing the other brother’s identity to take over their position didn’t do much for me as a reader. I didn’t care what happened to The Order one way or the other, or what happened to Rider one way or the other. But, it was the story of another Cursed found that I began to feel as if Deep Redemption wasn’t going to be filled with flowers and butterflies for Rider. The new Cursed (I can’t think of her […]