Depravity By Natalie Bennett

Wow… wow…. wow…..

First, let me start by saying there is a trigger warning.

I was born an ordinary girl with a tiny seed of sickness.
As I got older, it grew bigger, manifesting into something sinister.
Mama told me to lock it away and let it wither.
I didn’t know how. So I hid it. Solitude became my closest companion. Solo, single, lonely.
Until Declan.
Until Ethan.
They were drawn to my sickness like moths to a flame. With them, I was nurtured into something special. With them, I flourished in depths of decay and darkness.
(mm/mmf/ mfm.) Standalone. Usually would insert warning here


I say this about almost every book I read Natalie Bennett, but she destroyed me in the best possible ways.

This book is a love story about, evil, twisted, morbid, depraved, and sick people. It’s really not for the faint of heart.. I love every second of it, without putting the book down from beginning to end it was riveting. She likes to say that her books aren’t a love story, I disagree. Call me morbid too, but her stuff maybe taboo. It may have that shock and awe. But she inspires me to write. I may not be brave enough to write like her yet. But I would love to do the work she does when I grow up.

Lea, Declan, and Ethan were some of the most amazing characters I have ever read. They deserved each other. The way Declan and Ethan were together was amazing. I am going to try and not give too much away; Lea has been told all her life that she is sick. She doesn’t feel, her mother was evil. Broken, and lea just wanted to fix her.

She moved to a small town where she meets Declan and Ethan; they are intrigued by her, they want to know about her. She wants to get away from them because they… well, they make her feel.

I am not going to go into much more detail because it will be easy to sit here and talk about nothing but this book and then I will give it away. Nope, nope nope. Just know that Bennette has a beautifully twisted mind. She turns that morbidity into love stories and makes you fall in love with the monsters. She is worth checking out at least once.

This was an easy Five stars from me, I may be biased because I love Natalie as an Author but if you love Sick and Depraved things then this book is for you. I say again, please be warned there are triggers in this one.

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