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Empire of Carnage

(A book in the Dark Reign series)
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I’m caught in the middle of two warring beasts, and there’s no way out.

Valery Morozov is my father’s enemy and he wants the throne of Moscow for himself.
So he snatches me, intending to use me as leverage against my father.
The problem is, my father doesn’t value my life enough to give up his throne.
Which means I'm stuck as Valery's captive with little use to him.

Until events take a dark and twisted turn.
His desire to use me in other ways becomes apparent.
Valery is a bad man and he intends to corrupt me and steal my innocence.
If my father won’t give him what he wants, he’ll keep me for himself instead.

My father may not value me enough to give up Moscow, but he has people searching for me from Moscow to Zelenograd
He can't stand by while another mob boss makes him look weak.
Valery refuses to give up his hold on me to ease tensions, but it's clear we won’t survive much longer.
Now that the line between captor and captive has blurred, we're both entangled far more deeply than we expected.

Danger follows both of us at every turn as my father gets more desperate.
It leaves us with nowhere to hide and an impossible decision.
We must flee the country and find a new place to start again, before my father finds us.
The question is does Valery value my life enough to give up his empire for me?

This is the story of Mikhail and Natalya Gurin's parents and the origin of the Gurin Bratva in Boston. It's a stand alone story, with dark themes. Always be sure to check the warnings in the book before reading if you have triggers.

Genre: Romantic Suspense

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