Series: Church Duet #2
A changed man.
Church Logan wanted to kill someone, and Emma Hartley wanted to die – they were a match made in hell.
But one little cut, a pint or two of blood, and suddenly everything between them is different.
Are they still destined for greatness? Or has the darkness finally eclipsed them and torn them apart?
Looks like it’s time for Church to practice what he preaches.
Ignition, meet explosion.
Warning: if you have triggers – this story will touch on a lot of them. This book is a dark romance, 65,000+ words.
Preach is the second half of the Church duet. It cannot be read as a standalone.
Emma Hartley has nearly died as a result of the years of torment she has been through. She is getting help and trying to become “normal” but she still can’t quiet the voices in her head telling her how to act and what to think. Church has abandoned her and now she must figure out her future for herself and come up with a way to finally be free of her psycho mother.
Church has let Emma believe she is alone and in control of her own destiny. But she is the first person he has ever loved and he is her protector so when the time comes, Church is prepared to be her savior once again. Emma isn’t sure if she can trust Church anymore but he is more than ready to show her how great they are together.
“You be the thunder, and I’ll be the lightning.
You be the cloud, and I’ll be the rain.”
“Forces of nature.”
This is more than just a dark read, it’s a psychological thriller full of twists and turns. This book is told in dual POV which is my favorite to read and was especially great with this story to be in the head of both of these f’ed up people. I wish that there could have been a little more of an ending but I did really enjoy this story. Stylo Fantome is a talented author and I will definitely check out other stories by her.
I like dogs more than I like most people, and I don’t trust anyone who doesn’t drink. No, I do not live in an igloo, and no, the sun does not set for six months out of the year, there’s your Alaska lesson for the day. I have mermaid hair – both a curse and a blessing – and most of the time I talk so fast, even I can’t understand me.
Yeah. I think that about sums me up.