Dark Soul (SoulScape #1)

Dark Soul (SoulScape #1)

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Audrey By AMS1971 Completed

M/M EROTIC ROMANCE / SUPERNATURAL

When Dr. Frank Harlan, the head psychiatrist at Black Moon Asylum, took in six-year-old Alec Strom, he knew the child was evil. Yet despite the dark soul residing within Alec, Frank felt bonded to the child –compelled to save him from the darkness consuming him. After 13 years of striving to help Alec, Frank is startled to realize that the care he feels for his patient has stealthily developed into something deeper, stronger, than a mere doctor/patient relationship. But when Alec attacks and murders a visiting psychiatrist, Frank is terrified of what will become of Alec –and even more terrified of his own feelings for the disturbed and dangerous young man.

Now, Frank sits alone in his office at the Asylum on the night of Alec’s execution, awaiting news of Alec’s death - alone with his memories of a troubled child he watched grow into a troubled young man…and somehow fell in love with along the way. When the fated call comes in, he is consumed with sadness and a sense of failure. But the awful night turns to horror when Frank is suddenly faced with the terrifying reality that evil isn’t so easily extinguished...or predictable.

NOTE: Originally posted as "Soulscape", but has been revised with a M/M romance element added.

    Kishi1999 Kishi1999 Jul 03
    This is gonna be good. I can't wait. Every time I read any of your books, I'll think about how I'm gonna devour the book but in the end, the book devours me😊
    He's intense. I realized I was holding my breath until the end of the chapter.
    PoppiesZstyles PoppiesZstyles Jul 12, 2016
    Such an interesting character, right from the start. It's always an intriguing read when you have an unreliable narrator, I can tell this is going to be a rollercoaster of great.
    PrinceDel PrinceDel Oct 19, 2016
    O my gosh, such an intense beginning O.O Whelp, there goes any thoughts of going to sleep earlier tonight 😂
    bookwormasalways2015 bookwormasalways2015 Mar 16, 2016
    To be witness to someone who is waiting for death ... horrible, painful !
                                  And though apparently, the sentence is justified, one can't help but want to know more about him - does he really deserve it ?
    just1morestory just1morestory Jul 10, 2015
    very different. but good.  eagerly waiting for more. as always.