Is finding one's true love worth committing the greatest sacrifice of all?
Taken as a teen, prisoner 194 was stripped of his name and freewill, meticulously honed to be a ruthless machine. Even as he tries to fight his captors hold on him he knows that obedience is the only way to save his sister, who is the one person that keeps him from turning into a monster.
As a young girl Zoya Kostava barely escaped the brutal attack that killed her entire family. Now twenty five she lives in secrecy. That is until she hears her brother also survived and is living with their greatest enemy.
Zoya risks her safety and anonymity to find the brother she thought dead and is captured by a beautiful, brutal man. A man who both captivates and scares her, in him she sees a soul as lost as her own.
They both have so much to lose will they be able to save each other…and survive.
So What Did I Think Of Ravage by Tillie Cole?
Dark – Gritty – Harsh – Compelling, Complex Characters – Clear Struggle Showcased – Kept My Attention – Smooth Writing Style – Action Packed – Great Sexual Built Up – Blazing Hot Scenes – Hate to Love Romance
I was so easily drawn into this story told in alternating POV from Zoya, Valentin and Luke (though I found Luke’s sections just okay). There was some hard scenes to read dealing with Valentin’s past reflections and the scenes dealing with what his sister was going through.
But on the flip side of that there was a really deep intense development of Valentin and Zoya’s relationship. Though they were dealing with some serious drama and conflict, Zoya and Valentin still had a strong connection that I enjoyed seeing develop into love.
The story had depth that made me care to see Valentin and Zoya find their happiness which I appreciated. Overall I enjoyed reading Ravage by Tillie Cole.