Perfect Prey cover reveal

Perfect Prey Book Cover

Perfect Prey Cover Reveal

Book 2 in the Consortium series

Hello, all you readers out there, I am proud to show you the Perfect Prey Cover Reveal, book #2 in the Consortium series.

Nice huh? Okay, I am excited. Namely, this latest book is in the final stages of pre-publication. It’s been a lot of work, but hey, I don’t care. I enjoyed writing it. I can’t wait to get it out so you, my readers, can enjoy it also.

Perfect Prey cover reveal

Check out the synopsis and download the first chapter at my website page.
https://richardverry.com/stories/consortium/perfect-prey/

Synopsis

My beta readers and editor think it’s an incredible story. Avril’s journey, the main character, picks up about nine months after the end of the first book, The Trafficking Consortium. She’s learned a lot about the organization that stole her off the streets of her home-town, transported her halfway across the globe, and sold her into bondage to a ranking member of the Consortium.

Escape seems impossible to Avril, but she will not give up hope. Knowing that even if she could get away, her recapture was guaranteed. To be sure, escaping will destroy her owner’s trust, and upon her recapture, he will punish her mercilessly before killing her.

In Perfect Prey, she’s desperate to find a way to escape and live out a regular life. Thus, she devises a plan to regain her freedom, and at the same time stop them from tracking her down. However, to put the idea into action, she must become like her owner, performing abhorrent and despicable acts upon other captured prey like her.

Will God ever forgive her? Will God recognize her desire to destroy evil for the greater good?

As you read the next phase of Avril’s captivity, you will forever wonder, is this possible? Is the existence of the Consortium too far-fetched to believe? Could what happened to Avril, and all of the other people the Consortium preys upon, happen to you?

I will tell you this. Ever since I started writing these novels, I’ve been looking over my shoulder, nervous that I am getting too close to the truth.

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