Born, Madly

Born, Madly

by Trisha Wolfe

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BN ID: 2940159018571
Publisher: Trisha Wolfe
Publication date: 02/06/2018
Series: Darkly, Madly , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 314,766
File size: 595 KB

About the Author

From an early age, Trisha Wolfe dreamed up fiction worlds and characters and was accused of talking to herself. Today, she lives in South Carolina with her family and writes full time, using her fiction worlds as an excuse to continue talking to herself.

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Born, Madly 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Dark and twisted romance
dahiggins More than 1 year ago
Brilliant, cunning, sophisticated and hauntingly beautiful!!! If words create magic, then Trisha Wolfe is a motherf**king magician--a master illusionist that tantalizes with gorgeous prose, slays with emotion, depth, and detail, leaving me in awe struck at the power she wields with mere words. Not many authors have the capability, the talent or the grit to garner such a reaction from me but this woman, this sorceress, does it every time. Her dark matches my dark and her words own my soul. "Good things don’t emerge from basements and cellars… Dark things do." ~Grayson Born, Madly and the Darkly, Madly Duet is an epic masterpiece that follows the relationship of two souls born of impossible circumstances, thrust into a world they can’t possibly survive, shouldn’t survive, but damn if they don’t try. And what a breathtaking, twisted experience it is. ‘We’re a f***ed-up kind of inevitability. Not fated. Doomed.” ~Grayson "A finality with a standing ovation."~Grayson I’m so very sad to see this duet come to an end but I am excited to see what other magic this author has up her sleeve.
BookwormBrandee More than 1 year ago
*4.5 Stars* "Even the vilest of monsters deserve to be loved." -London That quote pretty much sets the stage for the finale of London and Grayson's story. Do we really believe that everyone deserves love? TWolfe dove into the minds of a killer, a criminal psychologist, and two law enforcement officers - I can't imagine the research she did for this story - and delivered a tantalizing, thought-provoking, mindf*ck of a story that couldn't have been a more perfect ending for London and Grayson. Highlights: *Characters London, having experienced the revelations brought to light in Born, Darkly must now learn to accept who she is in light of what she suffered and how it impacted her. And she must also deal with a new revelation about herself. Grayson is so self-aware it's almost scary. However, he's unsure how to deal with the emotions London elicits having never experienced them before. Even Foster and Nelson, the law enforcement officers on Grayson's trail are so well developed that I wanted to crawl inside their heads to figure them out. *Thought-provoking If the quote didn't already clue you in, this story makes you think. It's still rattling around in my head - things like nature versus nurture and fate. Whether criminals can be rehabilitated. If a killer deserves love. *Psychologically thrilling TWolfe kept me guessing throughout. I was never certain what either London's or Grayson's next move was going to be. And the moves they made were often perplexing and chilling. There are many things that never would have occurred to me. That London and Grayson were in each other's head so deeply that they could seemingly feel each other's need was mind boggling. *Romance London and Grayson's romance is so far from conventional that unconventional doesn't cover it. As Grayson said, "We're inexorable. Inescapable." "We're connected on some deeper level... Through bars and cages and prisons...in the physical sense and the mind. That's why you could never be expendable to me. You're my match." Born, Madly rather blew me away. It's a story that will stick with me for a long while as I attempt to puzzle out the how's and why's. I'm still questioning whether I'm smart enough to figure it all out. I knew TWolfe would make this finale worth the wait. She didn't disappoint!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I had prolonged my visit in the world Trisha Wolfe created. It was suppose to be a one day read, but I had found myself walking away, because I knew this book would be the end to an darkness that I had became acquainted with through her imagination. ...When I had read Born, Darkly I was blown away-- it was as if her words were the seaweeds at the bottom of the ocean, drowning me in her intellect and wickedness. It was a book that held your brain hostage in London and Grayson world of sins, manipulations, anarchy, and ominous honesty.I couldn't get enough! In exchanged for an honest review, I was provided with an advanced copy of the book by Trisha Wolfe. Born, Madly is a book that should not be defined as a good read, because it is not. What Trisha Wolfe wrote is beyond the simple descriptive term as good, it is the epitome of 'putting out the fire with gasoline' hook in David Bowie's song Cat People (Putting Out Fire). She had struck her match with her opening quote by William Shakespeare, " Hell is empty. And all the devils are here." We were going to burn, and she did not give a damn...we had asked for her scorching heat, and delivered she had!
BookReview4you More than 1 year ago
Born, Madly by Trisha Wolfe is book Two in the "Darkly, Madly ". This continues the story of London and Grayson from the previous book 'Born, Darkly', so I wouldn't recommend reading this by itself. Grayson is on the run along with London. Grayson isn't innocent of his crimes but now there is a copy cat killer on the loose. With London, she matches his desires...and neither one is innocent. They are perfect for each other. This is a very complex dark romance that will have you on the edge of your seat. In the previous book you wondered how will they every really be together with so much going on with Grayson and now London. This story grabs you from the first Chapter so this was a much wanted book to continue their story. It did not disappoint! This was a really great Dark Romance that you will not want to put down...loved it! I will be looking for more of Ms. Wolfe's book for sure!
aprilrenee1976 More than 1 year ago
Grayson and London Master Manipulators #DarklyMadlyEpicDuet ‘ Born, Madly’ is a completely dark and suspenseful mind screw that continues the story of London and Grayson from the previous book 'Born, Darkly’. I do not recommend that you read this by itself so make sure you read book 1 before reading book 2. What can I say but this is a disturbing, dark, gritty, physiological thriller ride like none other. Grayson and London find themselves in a twisted and dark web that has many twists and turns. You have two characters that are crazy mad/crazy hot. What a match made in heaven or hell if you like. You would think Grayson is the bad boy, London is the good girl but that’s not the case. It’s really bad boy, bad girl in hiding. In this book, Grayson is on the run along with London. They find themselves ensnared in a twisted and dark web that has many twists and turns. Nothing is what it seems and they have to figure things out before it is too late for the twisted lovebirds. The ending is one that will have you on pins and needles. There are so many twists and turns that led up to this point. It is one psychological erotic thrill ride with an epic ending. Grayson and London are a masterfully written couple who are deeply disturbing , powerful yet at the same time, I felt for them. They truly loved one another and understood what each other needed. Trisha Wolfe has written an epic duet that was bloody masterful in its simplicity in showing what twisted and amazing dark plots can do when showing the madness and complexity of the main characters. This is a duet that stays with you long after you finish reading it. I am heartbroken the story is over…or is it? My Rating: 4.8 stars ***** “I received an advanced copy of this book from the author at no cost to me."