Stolen by the Brotherhood

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Young Adult  |  House: Booksie Classic
Tilly Rose was in the prime of life. Blessed with a wonderful family, loyal friends and a loving boyfriend, at eighteen she already possessed everything she ever had ever dreamed of… until she was abducted by the most powerful and feared family in the Universe.

But they were no ordinary family. All the men were bonded together in what was known only as the Brotherhood, a sect veiled in blood oaths of mystery and secrecy. Their origins dated back to ancient civilizations that practiced the dark arts; their identities revealed only to those that bore the ruby signet ring of the sect … or to those intended as their consorts.

They were a family born beyond earthly comprehension, a family bestowed with powers beyond human. Known as dimensional shifters, they preyed upon the innocence of eighteen-year-old virgins and stole them for their own pleasures as slaves. There was no fate worse than to be stolen by them, and Tilly was about to meet hers.

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Stolen by the Brotherhood

Submitted: May 17, 2013

Tilly Rose was in the prime of life. Blessed with a wonderful family, loyal friends and a loving boyfriend, at eighteen she already possessed everything she ever had ever dreamed of… until she was abducted by the most powerful and feared family in the Universe.

But they were no ordinary family. All the men were bonded together in what was known only as the Brotherhood, a sect veiled in blood oaths of mystery and secrecy. Their origins dated back to ancient civilizations that practiced the dark arts; their identities revealed only to those that bore the ruby signet ring of the sect … or to those intended as their consorts.

They were a family born beyond earthly comprehension, a family bestowed with powers beyond human. Known as dimensional shifters, they preyed upon the innocence of eighteen-year-old virgins and stole them for their own pleasures as slaves. There was no fate worse than to be stolen by them, and Tilly was about to meet hers. Read Chapter