Soul Series book 1
by Cindy Pike
Years ago he tried to break me.
Now, five men are piecing together the shattered pieces of my soul.
When I’m brutally attacked and find myself in the hospital, old memories are unburied. Memories of pain, torture, and an agony I wouldn’t wish on my worst enemy.
I thought I’d finally begun to heal from my past trauma, but I didn’t know what healing was until I met them. The five protective men who infiltrated my life and dissipated the darkness of my past.
Flynn, the EMT who saved my life. His smile alone is capable of eddying a room with light.
Heath, the retired MMA fighter who owns a gym aimed to help abused women like myself. He makes me feel safe and protected, as if nothing can harm me when I’m in his presence.
Owen, the compassionate doctor who fixed me up and gave me a home. He’s the unofficial leader of the group…and he won’t let you forget it.
Kyle, the skilled, ex-army sniper who can’t decide what to do with me but desires me just as fiercely as I do him. And finally,
Silas, the gruff, bossy asshole who makes my heart flutter with just a single word.
The five of them saw something in me—something worth saving—and I’ll be damned if I don’t repay their generosity.
But when my past comes knocking on my door, will I be strong enough to fight back and save myself and the men I’m growing to love? Or will my soul remain broken?
This book contains some cliffhangers, not all plots get resolved in this book. It is a reverse harem where the heroine ends ups with at least three of the guys.
CONTENT WARNING: This book contains graphic and frankly violent scenes, including rape, physical and emotional violence, animal abuse, and psychological turmoil. Please don’t take this warning lightly. It’s brutal at times and I don’t want anyone to be harmed from the words I’ve written. If you or someone you know needs help, please know you’re worth it! National Abuse Hotline 800-799-SAFE
How to start? Hi, I’m Cindy! I live in Arizona with my wonderful husband, three kids (that I love but sometimes want to give back lol) and cat. I’ve always written stories throughout my life, wishing I could be a published author one day. They say the hardest step is starting, I disagree. For me the hardest step to becoming a published author is believing in myself, and having the courage to follow through.
I’m an oddball that likes all sorts of things, from singing (I’m not the best, but also not the worst), to the physiology of animals, I love the human mind and am fascinated by how it works. I want to know what motivates people to do the things they do, and why. I can be girly and love doing hair and make up for myself and friends/family (other times I can’t be bothered). I’ve recently taken up henna body art (check out my Instagram to see how bad I am @restlessol) and it helps me zone out and turn off my brain from the thousand and ten things zipping about it. The flip side of those things are I love to camp and am not afraid to get dirty (most bugs don’t freak me out) and love working with horses.
Being a wife and mother to three rambunctious boys, my life is crazy and often I am known to get between four to six hours of sleep depending on if my baby or book characters decide to keep me up until I get their story down in my computer. Seriously, this is a real thing ask any author, (all the ones I know say the same, not that I know many) they don’t leave us alone (I swear I’m of sound mind, mostly) until their story is told.
What else? I wish I were funnier but it’s just not in the cards for me (much to my disappointment), so to compensate I surround myself with others that make me laugh, constantly. That’s about it! Thanks for taking the time to at least have selected my book(s) in interest (any interest is good, right?) even if they aren’t for you. Stay true to you and I hope you enjoy my stories as much as I do giving them to you.