Connected since childhood.
Two souls: one dark and one pure.
Bracing to take the greatest step of all.
River ‘Styx’ Nash loves his woman. Ever since he met Mae at the fence of the cult that had kept her captive as a child, he has never loved anyone else. He loves her black hair, her pale skin and of course, her ice-blue ‘wolf eyes’.
Since Mae came crashing back into his life, his only wish has been to marry her; finally to make her his wife. But now the wedding is booked, and only weeks from forever having Mae by his side, a lifelong problem is plaguing him.
He wants to marry her; he has never wanted anything more . . .
. . . if only he could speak the words and declare it to the world.
Salome ‘Mae’ Nash’s life had been filled with heartache and pain . . . until, at age eight, she met a strange dark-haired boy from the outside world. Years later, and reunited with her great love, Mae is ready to solder her heart to his. Finally, Mae is getting ready to marry her man. But her fiancé has become withdrawn. Something is deeply troubling him.
But Mae has no idea what.
Or what to do to help.
Can Styx open up and conquer his deepest pain? Or will the infamous Hangmen Mute allow his fears to overcome his love for Mae and watch their much-anticipated wedding crumble to dust?
Dark Contemporary Romance. Contains explicit sexual situations, offensive language and mature topics. Recommended for age 18 and over.
***I Do, Babe: A Novella (Hades Hangmen #5.5) is to be read AFTER Damnable Grace (Hades Hangmen #5)***
Cover: I live for this cover- it manages to be both romantic and giving off those dark vibes that Tillie Cole does so well.
I Do Babe is a wedding novella and I was so excited to get my hands on it. It’s for Mae and Styxx, the couple from the very first book, It Ain’t Me Babe, and even though we’ve seen them in the other books in the series, I like that we get a little novella dedicated to them and their long awaited wedding.
Because of club business, Styxx and Mae have had to delay their wedding. Styxx wants it to be perfect for Mae, and he wants to stand up in front of his club and declare his love for Mae by speaking his vows, despite his speech impediment.
Seeing him struggle to speak his vows just endeared me all the more to Styxx.
A great little novella that I loved. I really enjoyed seeing more of them, and I hope we get more little novellas for this series.