Heathens By Natalie Bennett

RELEASE BLITZ & REVIEW

 

Title: Heathens
Series: Badlands Book 4
Author: Natalie Bennett
Genre: Dark Erotic Thriller
Release Date: September 16, 2018

 

 

~SYNOPSIS~

Cobra
Wildcard.
Sinner.
Frequently misunderstood.
I can be your best friend or your worst fucking nightmare.
The Savages are my family and the Badlands is our paradise.
When that’s threatened, no one is safe.
Carnage and chaos unfold around me.
Loyalties are tested. Truths start to unravel.
When everything I know teeters on the verge of going up in flames, the only girl I tried to save, may end up saving me.

 
Blue
Old soul.
Selfless.
Unusually stable.
I was the good girl, the one who saw beauty in people.
When the devil marked me everything changed.
The world I’ve been chained to is merciless and cruel.
I was ready to leave it all behind, but then he found me again.
He needed saving, I needed a reminder of who I was.
Nothing could prepare me for what came next.
 
Heathens is book 4 in the bestselling Badlands series. This is a complete story with no cliffhanger, however, books 1-3 must be read prior.

 

~PURCHASE~

 

 

~OTHERS IN THE SERIES~

 

 

 

 

 

 

~MEET THE AUTHOR~
Natalie Bennett is the creator of erotic stories that always come with a warning label. She writes about depraved alpha a**holes and women that love to hate them. Her books don’t follow any specific tropes, have no set word counts, and tend to deviate from traditional HEA’s.
When she isn’t in front of her computer she’s spending time with her husband and their three little boys.
Natalie is an avid fan of caramel frappes, horror movies, Shameless, and of course, reading.
You can find Natalie on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

 

 

 

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descriptionI don’t have too much to say about this book. I loved this series, and I am glad I gave this one a read, but it was by far the weakest book out of the three. It just felt rushed, and underdeveloped. I didn’t like the whole Katya situation; I would have preferred he hadn’t slept with her. And the way the whole “baby” angle was handled felt way too convenient. Both left a bad taste in my mouth. That said, even a mediocre Natalie Bennet book is still a good book, so like I said, I am glad I gave it a read and I can’t wait to read about the next generation. 

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