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The Saved: A Crow City Prequel Novella
     

The Saved: A Crow City Prequel Novella

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by Cole McCade
 

For it is the blood that maketh an atonement for the soul. – Leviticus 17:11

Before he was a mysterious, silent killer stalking the streets of Crow City, the strange man known as Priest (THE FOUND, Crow City #2) was a lost and broken soul—and part of Willow Armitage’s world in ways she could never have imagined. Shattered by the Afghanistan

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For it is the blood that maketh an atonement for the soul. – Leviticus 17:11

Before he was a mysterious, silent killer stalking the streets of Crow City, the strange man known as Priest (THE FOUND, Crow City #2) was a lost and broken soul—and part of Willow Armitage’s world in ways she could never have imagined. Shattered by the Afghanistan War, left with no companions other than fellow survivor Gabriel Hart (THE LOST, Crow City #1), ex-Marine Priest turns to his lost faith for answers when his life has lost all meaning…but in searching for his God, he finds a new religion. A religion of blood. Of pain.

Of vengeance.

And from that religion rises a mission to replace everything he had lost, to set right just a few of the small wrongs in the world…and to ease the constant bleeding of his broken heart, filled with sins without number.

Revisit Crow City and meet Priest as he was before the fateful night that brought him into Willow’s life…and reconnect with beloved names and faces as we discover what—and who—set him on his dark and merciless path.

Trigger Warning 18+: This story depicts scenes of graphic violence, as well as dealing extensively with the subject of PTSD in veterans. Contents may be triggering to some readers.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940153907345
Publisher:
Cole McCade
Publication date:
12/11/2016
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
207,270
File size:
496 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

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Meet the Author

Cole McCade is a New Orleans-born Southern boy without the Southern accent, currently residing somewhere in the metropolitan wilds of the American Midwest. He spends his days as a suit-and-tie corporate consultant and business writer, and his nights writing romance novels when he’s not being tackled by two hyperactive cats. And while he spends more time than is healthy hiding in his writing cave instead of hanging around social media, you can generally find him in these usual haunts: •Email: cole@colemccade.com •Twitter: @ColeMcCade •Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cole.mccade •Facebook Fan Page: http://www.facebook.com/ColeMcCadeBooks •Website & Blog: http://www.colemccade.com •Tumblr: http://colemccade.tumblr.com/ He also runs an advice column called Dammit, Cole, where he occasionally answers questions about everything from romance and dating to the culture of hypermasculinity, from the perspective of a male romance author: •http://www.colemccade.com/category/dammit-cole/ Looking for more? You can get early access to cover reveals, blurbs, contests, and other exclusives by joining the McCade’s Marauders street team at: •http://www.facebook.com/groups/mccadesmarauders/

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The Saved: A Crow City Prequel Novella 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Nicola_1202 More than 1 year ago
I absolutely love the companion novellas Cole McCade writes as part of his Crow City series. I'm never left feeling that I need any more after finishing the novels, but I can't deny I have a hunger for that little bit more: that deeper insight into the male character's past and thoughts, and the paths their lives have taken to get them to the point where we meet them for the first time. If you've read The Found, The Saved is a must read and one which will leave you completely satisfied, craving a re-read of the series so far. From the emotion and feelings it pulls from you, to the acknowledgement of important real-life matters, Cole crams so much into a shorter read and paces it perfectly. Picking a Crow City novel/novella for me is like visiting old friends and I can't wait to return and see what the future holds in store.