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Wrath: Wrong book 2 by [Cole, Stevie J., Lovell, LP]
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Jude Pearson could just as well kill me as kiss me most days. He was my captor, my living hell, and yet, he became my saviour, my heart. Stupid. He's heartless, conditioned to feel nothing, and so I ran... straight into the clutches of his enemy. Joe Campbell wants Jude to suffer, and I just became a pawn in a very dangerous game.

Joe has broken me in every way, everything that I once was stripped away, and in its place is festering hatred and a rage so cold I feel nothing else. I have one purpose. Revenge.

Love makes you weak; it makes you irrational. She was collateral, completely innocent when she was unwillingly dragged into my corrupt world. With the damage I'd already caused her, I couldn't let her love me, so I let her go, and now...he has her.

No matter where she is, she will always be mine. This man has taken every-fucking-thing from me, and he has the last thing that matters to me. I will kill him. Slowly. Joe Campbell better run because the devil is fucking coming for him.

Sometimes two wrongs can make a right.




Our Wrath binds us, but it may also break us.

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  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
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I waited to read Wrong, until the day before Wrath came out, as I hate cliffhangers. Found both books great reads, enjoyed them, but was challenged at time. I think Wrath contained my favorite line in a book ever. It was to do with whether she was being unreasonable or hormonal. That was a crack me up laughing moment in the middle of a dark time, that reminded me of a conversation I had with my boyfriend, at the time. This book was an emotional rollercoaster, The lows were very low, there were tissue moments, Jude is not a nice person, but I grew to like him over the course of the 2 books, Tor changed, not necessarily for better, not necessarily for worse, but she changed and the change was realistic. What she lived through over the course of the 2 books, and Wrath particularly will change a person. I think I loved this book so much due to the slow build, emotions did not change overnight, they changes took time the recoveries took time. Jude was not a glamourous guy, he was gritty, rude, crass, vengeful, violent. After Tor he was still these things, he was just also a man in love.
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Heed the warning people. This is one messed up and seat squirming read.
For all who read my review of Wrong will know that I’ve been eager for this book. This book is dark. It’s gritty. It’s brutal and it’s the perfect follow up for this series.
If anyone thought Tor was trapped by Jude in Wrong, think again. She’s about to face her biggest challenge and that’s just to stay alive. This book just gets right into the nitty gritty and if you haven’t read book one, you might be a bit clueless as to who the players are.
To me, this was a page turner for some very wrong reasons, I could wait for Joe to get his come uppance. This is an intense read. For me, once the police became involved, everything from there till the end of the book was predictable. That’s not to say I didn’t enjoy it or it wasn’t well written, I was loving the unpredictability of the first book and everything else until that point.
I was given a copy of this book for my honest opinion.
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I absolutely love the way this author writes. The story was tight, the female protagonist was smart, strong and sassy. I felt involved with the characters and there was enough danger and sexual tension to make it dark and interesting. Hope to see a lot more from this author in the future.
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4.0 out of 5 stars If you want an intense dark thriller, the Wrong series is the go to books. 26 August 2015
By shellbelle - Published on
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Wrath is the second book and final conclusion in the Wrong Series by LP Lovell and Stevie J. Cole. These two outstanding authors teamed up to write a dark erotic romantic thriller that takes the reader into dark underworld of the deep south.

Wrath cannot be read as a stand alone novel. It must be read in series order. It picks up where Wrong, book one, left off on a major cliffhanger.

The Wrong series is not for the faint of heart. This series is sexually graphic, has multiple rape scenes, extreme violence, and graphic language. If any of these are hard limits not buy the books.

Wrath picks up where Wrong left off. The frightening cliffhanger was only the beginning. Joe Campbell has taken Tor. He wants to punish Jude before he kills them both. What happens in those six days is horrific and will forever change both Tor and Jude's life. They are both going to walk away broken and damaged beyond repair.

The body can physically heal but the mind and soul are quite a different issue. Both are haunted by what Joe Campbell has done to them and their family. Both want revenge. Both are furious and will never rest until Joe Campbell is dead.

Is revenge worth the cost they are going to pay? As this story unfolds it will become clear that revenge has a very high price. They have come too far to walk away. Joe won't allow them to walk away.

After everything is said and done and Wrath has been sated , they will still be paying the price. These two may never get their happily ever after.

I am no stranger to dark erotic romantic thrillers and love a good dark read. Wrath was intense and at times a bit too violent. It turned my stomach at times but it also made me admire the both Tor and Jude all the more. Their fortitude and strength was the glue that held them both together in desperate times.

Tor evolved into a different person. She was no longer innocent and pure of heart. She embraced her darkness and allowed it to make her a stronger person. The one thing that remained the same was her love for Jude.

If you want an intense dark thriller, the Wrong series is the go to books.
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5.0 out of 5 stars I NEED more Jude!! 23 September 2015
By Tatia White - Published on
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5 brutally tortured stars ... Can I give it 6? It deserves them all!

After reading Wrong, I knew I had to have more. Wrath turned out to be so much more than I expected. I felt sick. I felt demented for even reading it. It's dark, gritty, ugly-cry, vomit inducing greatness that can only come from the masterminds of LP Lovell and Stevie J. Cole. They held nothing back. They tell a story, and they do it well. This duet of books will be hard to top. I have a hangover that will be hard to cure.
What we saw happen in Wrong is nothing, I mean NOTHING, compared to the depravity and gruesomeness we see in Wrath. It's the most sickening book I've ever read. It's not that it has more violence than Wrong, but the type of violence it was. It's so descriptive, and that's what has you gagging. They're the type of scenes that send shivers down your spine and make your stomach turn. And I LOVED every single minute of it. I winced in pain just thinking about what it would feel like to actually be put through the wringer like these characters. They made me nauseous, made me want to stop reading in fear of not knowing what would come next. I questioned my sanity, my mental stability. I took the chance reading this knowing that I would probably have nightmares about half of it. It's a chance you take knowing you're reading the best books you've read all year.
It's not all blood and gore. There is a side to Jude I never thought I'd see. Just when I think Jude is done, he surprises me with a turn of events that brought tears to my eyes. So you see, this story gave me an entire range of different emotions. LP Lovell and Stevie J. Cole are magic when they get together. They brought me Jude who is easily my #1 hero. He'll never be topped...cause we know he won't allow it.

**read and reviewed for FMR Book Grind**
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Wickedly intense conclusion 28 August 2015
By Jess (Nerdy Dirty & Flirty) - Published on
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"Revenge is a debt that not even death can pay."

Holy hell this was intense, from beginning to end there is no other word to describe it. Like Wrong there was very little down time and if anything this was more nail-biting and darker than the last.

We pick up were we dropped off in the last book. Tor was walking away and things got impeccably worse. Joe Campbell is the devil and he has the one thing that Jude wants, Tor. He is a despicable excuse of human and will stop at nothing to make Jude suffer. His evil holds no bounds and there are no lines he will not cross.

Tor became someone new during her time with Jude and her evolution continues in this book. Her soul is destroyed and her will is broken but piece by piece she is slowly put back together by the one person that she fell for.

"(he) the only thing holding me here, in one piece, and the second I move from his arms I'll disintegrate."

Jude is out for blood, his problems with Joe Campbell run long and deep and he will not be safe to rest until he is taken care of. Jude, the ruthless bookie, has also evolved. His focus while still the same has also changed. He has someone else to think of and he is determined to protect her with all that he is.

The conclusion of their story was not easy to get through. It was not a story with sunshine and roses; there was devastating loss, brutality, an evil so dark that I needed to look away and pure sadness. There were few slivers of hope and ending that will knock your socks off. I truly loved the depth of this story. From the darkness light was found but the journey to get there was not pretty. The detail in which the story was told was captivating and disturbing. It was definitely one of those books that will stick with me for a long time to come.

"Sometimes the lines between right and wrong become so blurred that everything seems like it's right."
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars An intense mindblower of a sequel 14 December 2015
By SEB - Published on
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Wrong was a mindblower of a book and now Wrath steps up and finishes where that one left off and was a thrill ride to the end.
I have never hated a villain as much as I hated Joe Campbell and he made Jude look like a boy scout but what Joe does to Victoria is some of the nastiest, most upsetting things I have read in a book.
There is plenty to get upset and cry about in Wrath and so many surprises (some good and some bad) that they made my head spin, but all in all I liked how the story played out and especially the ending.
A really intense series and I recommend it for those who love a lot of crazy with their dark romance.

**** 4 **** "hell has no wrath like a woman who is crossed" stars
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned!!! 14 October 2015
By Pauline - Published on
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Book two of the "Wrong" series felt like a massive kick in the gut...not your everyday hearts and flowers's anything BUT that! Vengence shows its ugly face in this one and a s***-load of horrible, gut-wretching things go down causing the reader to take a long deep breath before turning onto the next page.Characters morph into people they didn't deserve to become,innocence is lost and never revived. An ugly story of loss and suffering,murder,money and revenge...the book digs deep into the crevices of the underworld but an impossible relationship,despite the odds,turns into love is what makes this novel one of my favourites. 5 breath hitching stars for this messed up book!!!