He had been running for ten years. Not only had he been fleeing from the first sins he had committed, he had been making more to live and feed the demon that was winding its way throughout him, tainting him with its ugly with each passing day. He often wondered when he partook in such acts if it was who he was destined to become; a man full of unthinkable needs and malevolence. He regularly thought back to how ironic it was to wish for forgiveness one moment in his mind before Father Sullivan, but that second would never come because the devil had his tongue. Gripped, muted, and disbarred from a worthy, graceful life. Gone was the good little Catholic boy who kneeled and prayed every Sunday in Mass. Absent was the quiet son of God who begged for forgiveness for others every week, silently pleading to the angels high up to have the terror stop.
Be warned this book is dark! I personally love dark books and couldn't put this twisted one down.
I really liked Rhys. He has some issues. His childhood turned him into the man he is, not necessarily a good thing, but everyone has a past.
Wren is interesting. She is very complex. I loved her back story!
After everything that happened and all the secrets were out I still wanted to give Rhys a hug. Maybe that makes me a little twisted/odd but I'm ok with that.
I highly recommend this book to anyone that enjoys dark romance.