The Dark Revolution: Novellas One – Three
The Dark Revolution, Box Set (Book 1-3)
The first three books in the series that readers are saying will “raise your hackles, raise your heartrate and keep you reading.”
In 2087, the United States is torn apart by Civil War. During this time, a new faction emerges—the Patriot Party. They are ruthless—executing all who oppose them. The Party controls the masses down to the simplest details—rationing food, deciding who marries, even forcing the population to dress and act like it’s 1776. With all the comforts of technology gone—fuel, mass food production and medicine—the people willingly follow this regime. But they are cruel, vicious rulers.
And they’re about to meet their match. Join the rebels as they fight to overthrow the government. Each story focuses on a different couple and brings them ever closer to winning this Dark Revolution.
“I loved him the moment his dark eyes met mine, and I swore I would do anything to get him.” In this tale reminiscent of the Scarlet Pimpernel, Anna Hinton is torn between her desire for Branthe, a mysterious rebel, and loyalty to her family. But when Branthe reveals a secret that shakes the very foundation of her beliefs, will the truth prove too much for Anna to handle? *This was originally published in the Mistaken Identities Anthology but has been re-edited.
Being a rebel leader isn’t easy—especially when you’re a woman. But Drian Becker does a pretty good job, considering. Scarred by the past, she hides her emotional wounds behind a thick outer wall of badass attitude. All that changes when Colvin Hinton walks into her camp. With his easy swagger and even easier demeanor, Colvin makes being a rebel look good enough to taste. But when Drian finds herself tangled in his charms she lets down her guard, giving an old enemy the chance to take her out once and for all.
As a rebel spy, Abby Westbrook has duped her fair share of marks and right now, she’s only a hair’s breath away from getting the current one to divulge all his secrets. So when she’s invited on a weekend trip to his estate, she figures it’s a done deal. There’s just one thing Abby doesn’t count on—her husband being one of the guests.
If there’s one thing Atticus Draper can’t stand, it’s rebels. For the past ten years he’s devoted his life to the Patriot Party and their cause, which means living by the adage the only good rebel is a dead one. This theology has never been a problem until he sees Abby Westbrook, a woman who’s the spitting image of his dead wife.
When Abby goes to great lengths to avoid him, Atticus realizes the truth—she’s a spy. Will Atticus let his loyalty to the Patriot Party overrule the devotion in his heart to the woman he once loved, or will he find himself baited by a rebel trap?