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Choleric

Choleric

1.7M Reads 72.1K Votes 32 Part Story
☼ ☼ ☼ By immortal-serenity Updated Nov 21, 2016

Mate. 

A mesmerising string of four letters placed perfectly for an equally perfect person. How it came about? No one really knows the answer to that. They only know it exists. And for good reason.

When Celia finds Cassius - an Alpha known for his brutality and strength - she discovers he has secrets. Ones that could tear her apart... literally.


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** WARNING** 

This isn't your average story. It will contain some heavy stuff and is not a novel where humanity is perfect. There will be slavery, hierarchies, other stuff along those lines, course language and mature content.

Set in Australia 'cause I know shit all about America and I'm sick of googling everything.

Cover credit: @Deadrot
© Copyright 2014. Immortal-serenity™

aoibh736 aoibh736 Jul 24, 2016
Nah mates, south Aussies are better, anyone watching the AFL?
k_m_p_17 k_m_p_17 Nov 21, 2016
I leave near Glasshouse! I took a double take at the picture at the beginning and was like, that's Glasshouse! But aside from that small fact, I'm already drawn into this book. This chapter, for me, was so well written. In love already 😄.
veena97 veena97 Feb 17
Good on ya, mate, keep it Australian! Now Americans and Brits will need to google all our terms, haha. 
                              Just for a laugh... mention things that aren't true, just to start rumours about Australia... Aussies will back you up, and foreigners won't know if we're just messing with em 😉
Blueyy__ Blueyy__ Nov 27, 2016
When I go outside I tend to either stomp like I'm trying to cause an earthquake, prance around like I have the jitters, or sprint hardcore af lmao.
moosegrimes moosegrimes Oct 02, 2016
These are the types of paragraphs they tell you to analyse in English class. Lots of imagery and shít. Such a talented writer 👏🏾
selinah selinah Dec 21, 2016
When Celcius users never complain about 95% of the books that use farenheit...But when one book out of so many uses Celcius, we cop shìt.