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Haunted by an abusive past, 18-year-old Rachel is emotionally damaged. Worse, her mind has split, giving birth to Scarlett, a seductive alternate personality who does sinful things. When Scarlett slips out to play, people disappear. Rachel’s psychiatrist prescribes meds. Her mother wants an exorcism. Rachel just wants to be normal.
A steamy encounter with sexy Highlander, Angus McNab, leads Rachel to believe life will finally be kind. Angus doesn't mind Rachel's 'crazy'. But when Scarlett's perverted desires become hellish, Rachel must fight for control of their shared body.
Soon, Rachel is fighting for her life as she unravels the sinister truth of Scarlett to reveal an ancient curse, unforgivable betrayals, and a forgotten heritage. In this menacing reality, Rachel learns there are worse things than madness, and if she can’t put Scarlett down, "normal" is something she will never be.
"A satisfying read, put me in mind of Anne Rice at times. If you like paranormal, with some sexual tension you won't be disappointed! "
"From time to time you discover a book that you just can't put down.
Girl Desecrated is that book.
A modern woman with an ancient burden.
Let the world fall down around me...I'll be reading! "
4 Stars on Goodreads
"This book is definitely a page turner. I had a difficult time putting it down. It's the first book I have read of Cowtan's, but definitely not the last. Looking forward to reading Part Two!"
4.5 Stars on Amazon
Cowtan has constructed a brilliant and chilling bad girl versus evil, psychological thriller that proves tragic love can be sweet, and victimization can turn the softest soul into a sword.
If you like your decade to rock, your demons to bite, and your girls to kick it, then you are going to love this unforgettable story of Rachel as she faces off against The Fergus She.
Buy this book, now, and then hang on! You're about to take a wild ride.
5 out of 5 stars
A great read!
By Tarian Greenon August 14, 2017
Format: Kindle Edition
This is the best book I’ve read in a long time. It is just my type of story, a deliciously dark, character driven, psychological, Gothic fantasy. This is a book full of contrasts, the She/Scarlett in the past is written in the third person, whilst Rachel struggling with inner demons and her alternate personality are written in the first person. At times, the writing is stunningly beautifully and at other times raw and thrilling. The sizzling sexual tension between Angus his Scottish companions and Rachel was well drawn and believable. Rachel’s journey is both chilling and thrilling and full of deep psychological insights. A great talent in this genre.