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    ***5 Stars***

    ***5 Stars*** When Tillie Cole announces that she’s releasing more dark words into the world, my dark, deviant little heart gets all kinds of twitterpated and I start making grabby hands at it and this one is going be all kinds of dark goodness! This is a true prequel and it lays out the foundation, evolution and those little details of the Fallen that not only has me dying for Raphael, the first book in the series) but also has me agreeing that it MUST be read before diving into the series. True you could probably bypass it, but don’t. As for the characters themselves, I want to say soooo much, but won’t. But what I will say is that I’m absolutely fascinated and intrigued by all of them and cannot wait to get deeper inside their heads. So all that’s left to say is… Bring on the Fallen!!! ~ Copy provided by Ardent Prose PR & voluntarily reviewed ~
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    Great start to a new dark series

    "Seven, one for each of the Fallen and the mortal sins Gabriel knew they would one day commit. Seven for the deadly sins, and seven for the heavenly virtues that would aid in his redemption." The Fallen: Genesis is a prequel novella in The Deadly Virtues Series. What a way to start and introduce the readers to a new dark series. I am really happy Tillie Cole decided to write a prequel novella instead of adding this part in the beginning of the book or either in flashbacks. I love getting the background information from the get-go, because it really sets the mood and gets you excited to get your hands on the first book. I am absolutely intrigued and horrified with the characters in this book. They are not innocent and all have internal demons. They will become anti-heroes and I have to say that the actual bad guys (the Brethren) are actually evil. This book is dark and the things that have been done to the seven of the orphans is utterly despicable and evil. I know that they aren't normal, but that doesn't mean that they should've been treated the way they did. I enjoyed getting to know how the brotherhood came to be. Also I look forward to getting to know each of the Fallen better in the coming book(s). I am expecting a lot of crazy and dark things to happen, and I am definitely ready for it. I think fans of (Tillie Cole's) dark romance will love this series. I really hope you at least give this novella a try, just to see if it intrigues you to continue the series. I am ready to fall in love with a new set of Tillie Cole's anti-heroes.
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    What the WHAT!?!?!

    "We are fallen. Just like the original rebel himself, Lucifer, refusing to bow to God, to good—" What the WHAT!?!?! Let's be real here, you don't start a Tillie Cole book without knowing there's going to be a #MindFuckAlert!, right? It's just a given. So, I go in expecting the unexpected, but she still always manages to surprise me. I don't even...uh...um...just read it! There's no explaining or describing going to happen here. You just have to go in blind. Prepare yourself, you're going to the dark side, and you may not come back. You might decide that light is overrated. Everything you thought you believed might need to be reconsidered once you've experienced The Fallen. After reading this prequel it becomes very clear why the author decided to let us dip our toes in the water before we jump all the way in. The Genesis is mind-bending and takes some getting used to. Now that I've let it marinate a bit, I'm ready for the fire. Bring it on. The line forms here...

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