A wedding massacre. An innocence stolen. Mortality stripped away.
In a single night, everyone Roseline Dragomir has ever loved is slaughtered before her eyes. Alone in the world and bound by a solemn marriage vow to a vicious murderer, she must find a strength buried deep within her to keep going or risk completely losing herself.
When a mysterious stranger crosses her path, Roseline will discover that not all immortals are evil. Some even bear emotional scars that run just as deep as her own.
Will she uncover a will not just to survive...but to fight back?
I HAD NO idea what I was getting into…
Don’t let the YA genre mislead you. Desolate touches upon some very mature concepts that even I, definitely an adult, felt highly uncomfortable with whilst reading it. The topics that were woven throughout—despair, abuse, hatred, violence—were discomfiting at the best of times, and suffocating at the worst of times. Even though Amy Miles does not go into graphic details, atmospherically, it is still disturbing.