Sara’s memories and love for her Hounds are slowly rising to the surface. But can the newly reformed pack survive the fight against a new darkness?
Each of Sara’s Hounds have brought a piece of her back from the hopeless abyss she faced. Together, they share the depths of passion and forge an unbreakable bond. But secrets held close can threaten the strongest of connections.
While searching for the key to save Hell, each of the Hounds come face-to-face with the Dark Truth – a tricky hag with a nasty bite and a knowledge of each of their deepest secrets. When the pack members are forced to face their real truths, admitting them isn’t just painful, it’s terrifying. Traitorous. Damning.
Will the Hounds survive being laid bare before each other, or will the pack crumble under the strain and suffer the same fate looming over Hell’s walls – Ultimate Destruction?
This is a Reverse Harem Novel with graphic language, sexual content, and violence. Don’t step into this world unless you want to play with the big boys. And yeah, they run in packs. All the Hell Hounds do.
The Dark Truth is Book 2 in the first trilogy of the Hell Hounds Harem series.
Hunted by dark spirits, she’s running out of options…
At first glance, she probably seemed like any woman in her prime – Full of life, fearless, and dances like everyone’s watching. Except no one is because she’s dead. Worse than dead, she’s invisible. No one can see, hear, or feel her and who can live dead like that? Oh, by the way, she also has no idea who she is, how she died, or who killed her.
As if that’s not bad enough, dark spirits are hunting her. Knowing she can’t fight them off forever, she’s running out of options and is determined to do whatever it takes to survive.
Enter Jack, with his killer smile and wicked sharp blades.
He can see her. Touch her. And kisses like a sinner with no interest in finding salvation.
When Jack offers her a chance of a lifetime, she’s all too eager to accept his help and follow him home. What she finds when they go through his front door defies everything she thought life was about. He isn’t just her savior. He’s something far more dangerous.
And he doesn’t live alone.
Can she trust her instincts and navigate through the fog of her past to find out what happened to her? If so, how does Jack play a role in her life… and death?