The Flesh Cartel #10: False Gods

The Flesh Cartel #10: False Gods

by Rachel Haimowitz, Heidi Belleau

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With a wedge at last driven between Mat and Dougie Carmichael, courtesy of Nikolai Petrovic�s expert manipulations, the brothers must each accept their new path forward: Dougie, a perfect slave, sweet and obedient and loving. Mat, a tightly reined dog, snarling and snapping but never allowed to bite.

Unfortunately, no transformation, however well planned, is without its growing pains. Mat�s leash is so tight it�s choking him. Dougie is tormented by a little voice inside his head�a fragment of his former self�that he cannot silence.

And Nikolai�s most difficult tests for the brothers are still to come.

The critical question isn�t whether they can pass those tests, but whether they even want to. Without each other to lean on and live for, a bleak future has become bleaker still. But Nikolai�s too good to let his slaves slip through his fingers�by death or by despair.

A noose, a nighttime sky, a shared lover, an unexpected friend. A foreboding forest cabin. A lavish party with all the debauchery Nikolai�s clientele could want. It�s all coming in season 3 of the Flesh Cartel.

Reader discretion advised. This title contains the following sensitive themes: Drug use, dubious consent, non-consent, explicit violence, heavy kink.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940148803782
Publisher: Riptide Publishing
Publication date: 09/01/2013
Series: The Flesh Cartel , #10
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 667 KB

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The Flesh Cartel #10: False Gods 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Under_The_Covers_BookBlog More than 1 year ago
3.5 Stars ~Reviewed by ANN & posted at Under the Covers Book Blog Wow – okay, so I finally found my breaking point. I thought I would have found it a long time ago, and if this series wasn’t written so brilliantly, I probably would have. But nope, brilliant writing aside, this one broke me. It went too far, and it killed me. So the smidgen of hope that I had at the end of TRIAL AND ERRORS was of course ripped away from me at the very start of FALSE GODS. The potential escape for Mat and Dougie was thwarted by Roger, who promptly brought the brothers back to Nikolai. Punishment for Dougie is more tortuous than I could handle. I really hope that with time I can forget most of it because it was just that bothersome. The one thing I cannot understand though is how Nikolai allowed that inhumane, disgusting torture to even occur, because while he was trying to teach yet another lesson, the permanent physical harm that could have come to his precious possession was entirely feasible with the conditions into which he placed Dougie. Thankfully nothing physically permanent did occur, but as always, it was the mental torture that puts Dougie right back into his role of Douglas, Nikolai’s slave, which of course, is probably even worse. And not only does he become yet again “Douglas,” but he fulfills that role to the nth degree, one heartbreaking word at a time. Belleau and Haimowitz do what they always do best, though – they continue to write a psychosexual thriller like nobody’s business.ut once Douglas becomes the uber-perfect slave to Nikolai, they again take this story well beyond my comfort zone, and I’m not sure my heart or my brain can take much more. The ending scene of this installment was equally as awful as the torture Dougie endures at the beginning of the book. I am really hoping that this book will be the worst of the worst, though, because I really do want to finish this series. As I have always said, Belleau and Haimowitz do some seriously good writing – almost too good. I just need a break from the really bad stuff for a little bit to find my happy place.r
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shadowVP More than 1 year ago
This is a very good series.