My guardian angels are dead set on making me whole again.
When I'm taken by him, the criminal in charge of Mathieson Enterprises, my illusion of safety shatters. He has a Midas touch that is more destructive than it is beautiful. Now, I'm broken beyond repair.
But they’re there to pull me back every time I retreat into myself.
Jay — my best friend — who hasn’t left my side in years.
Griffin — an undercover cop — who loves me before he knows my name.
Sage — a mothering doctor — who stitches me back together.
Cy and Ember — the detached mercenaries — who take me in despite themselves.
To them, my survival is a threat. This is a dangerous game they're playing. Trying to keep me safe is playing with fire.
Sometimes the only way to find your way in the dark is to light a match.
Notes for the Reader
Angels In the Dark is a contemporary dark romance, and readers should take their comfort level with certain subjects into consideration before reading. Below is a comprehensive list of tropes and tags for the book and subject matter that may be potentially triggering to readers.
Please note, Angels In The Dark is the first book in a duet and ends on a cliffhanger but results in a HEA at the end of book two, Devil In The Dark.
Tropes & Tags: Age gap, Criminal Organization, Forced Proximity, Friends to Lovers, Hurt/Comfort, Instant-love, LGBT representation (ace, bisexual, pansexual, non-binary, and trans representation), Mommy, Plus-Size FMC, POC representation (Creole Black, Hispanic, Japanese, Filipino), Sexually Explicit Scenes, Why Choose?
Content Warning: Arson, Being Drugged, Blood, Bodily Harm as Interrogation, Conversion Camp mention, Criminal Underground, Depression, Detailed Torture, Dollification (treating a person like an object for pleasure,) Drug and Human Trafficking, Eating Disorder mention, Edging, Fire, Fatphobia, Gore, Guns, Harassment, Hitmen, Homophobia/Transphobia mention, Hospitalization Mention, Intrusive Thoughts, Kidnapping, Kink, Misogyny, Murder, Needles, Panic Attacks, Pet Play, Pleasure Dom, PTSD, Rage Fueled Outbursts, Rape, Spousal Abuse, Talk of Ruby Play, Threats, Torture, Toxic Masculinity, Trauma, and Violence Against Women