Desecrating Solomon II
Inspired By True Events
By Bestselling Author Lucian Bane
On the seventh day, of the seventh year… she desecrates
Solomon and Chaos find themselves in the hands of evil. Tortuous days in the old asylum are no longer a thing of the past. The church is looking for redemption in the form of Solomon Gorge. And the deranged spirits of the past, beckon Solomon to come… come and see the secrets hiding in the walls of the asylum.
Solomon’s wheezes turned to loud heaves as four people unbound him. “Don’t… don’t do this,” he said, thrashing once he was free.
“Nooooooo! Noooooooo!” Chaos shrieked while the crowd began their terrifying chanting, unreachable and lost to any other reality.
The coffin with the straps was opened to reveal shiny black satin. Solomon screamed and twisted in panic, kicking his legs in every direction. When he got to the box, he braced both feet on the side and shoved with all his might. The mob holding him jolted back as the coffin skidded several feet.
More monsters came to help cram him inside the coffin. Solomon repeatedly grabbed hold of something, only to have them pry his fingers off. “No, no, please!” he roared when they finally got him in. He shot his legs and arms over the sides while they used a long stick to jab him back inside.
The lid suddenly shut and he screamed, banging his palms on the inside of it, fighting to breathe. Light shimmered through holes along the top and sides. “Pleeeeeeease!” he screamed. “Please don’t,” he choked, looking around as much as he could, his mind searching for anything to use as a weapon, a sliver of hope.
The coffin began to move, and he peered through the holes, straining to see. He was being lifted up. He caught a glimpse of the large black structure that got closer.
The covering was being removed.
Terror jolted through him at seeing a water tank.
Missy Fern‘s review
5 of 5 Stars
This installment takes us deep into the terrifying desecration ceremony and crazy town. Master is unbelievably maniacal and the asylum truly is a horror factory. It also takes us deeper into the evolution of Chaos and Solomon’s love story, which is trying to sustain left and right hooks as well as some pretty F’N mean gut punches.
This book is unsettling, it gives you the feels, weirdly romantic and all kinds of creepy. It’s an uncomfortable read – turn on all your bedroom lights and make sure the doors are locked – but the sacrifices and redemptive moments are that much sweeter. You want so much for Chaos and Solomon to have a happy ending. You crave it.
The story/road is sick and twisty and gives you more questions than answers like…..Who is the Queen? What really happened to Chantilly? What is Master doing to perpetuate the “curse?” Why are multiple men claiming to be Solomon’s father? Who are Jimmy and Mary, really?
Seriously, I am ready for book 3. The cliffy is killing me and I need a Xanax.
From The Author
Hello, Lucian here. I’m a husband, author, and Christian who loves writing tales—paranormal erotic romance, contemporary erotic romance, fantasy romance, dark erotica and romantic thrillers– about men who honor, cherish, and protect the women they love. Also stories that are real enough to form a sort of how-to bridge for the readers, teaching them “how to” add heat and passion to their marriages and relationships; teach them how to build life-long commitments–like I have with my own beautiful wife–and build strong families; all of which serve as a healthy foundation in society.
I think there are many men like myself, and I hope my writing will be a map for them. A map for women as well, to teach them how to bring out the strength that exists within the men they call boyfriend or husband. Teach them how to dance out their fairytale romance in a world that isn’t kind to the happily ever afters we all hope to achieve.
You know, when I was younger, I submitted to my inner reckless and tireless desires, but when I gave myself to God and conformed my will to His, the transformation made me into what I am today. A man that believes and endorses Forever Love. Something we could stand a lot more of in our times, don’t you think?
More of this series
Desecrating Solomon (Book I)
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