For years I have been cast away—afar, out of reach, out of sight, out of mind. But now I’m back. I’ve been brought back into the fold, and I don’t know why. But I’ll find out, no matter the cost.
I’ll also break free from the shark infested waters littered with those that seek to restrain me, to keep me in line—my ex, my father, my mother, my sister.
And as for the Wolfe twin brothers, I’ll take them on. And I’ll take them out too.
Drasko Wolfe thinks that he’ll make me his—but I am all mine. If he thinks I am going to be just another conquest, and do things at his behest then he may do so at his own coroner’s inquest.
I am not just fighting for my survival, I am fighting for my little brother’s protection, and that makes me doubly motivated and doubly dangerous.
I—Riletta Kasonite will best them all and come out on top. I will bow those who seek to hurt me to my will until they renounce their lies—until they come clean and their secrets are exposed. Until I get what I want.
WARNING: Contains countless confrontations, not to mention mature, young adult/ adult situations too.
Riletta Kasonite is a fighter, made so through having to suffer every day of her life. Her family, prestigious and picture perfect from the outside, do not hide their dislike and contempt at her being a part of their lives. Only her young brother keeps her strong enough to keep up the fight no matter how tough things get. Trying to make it through her final year in school, Riletta finds herself being played by too many people, from her ex to strangers who barged into her life. Just when she thinks she has finally managed to get some calm, the bell rings in the next round of the match of her life.
Battler is a winding tale with twists that has readers thinking they have something figured out only for it to turn into something completely different. Riletta is spunky and Drasko is intense; their relationship is extreme. Trenton is hilarious. They make for a great read. But that ending… That ending had me flipped. I even had to go back and read the last few pages. I was just in too much shock to comprehend what I had just read. I cannot wait for the next book to come out!