Boys of Chapel Crest

Church

The last time I spoke was eight years ago when my best friend tried to kill me. I never dreamed my silence would break with a scream. 

Being sent to Chapel Crest after my new stepfather deemed me a heathen seemed like a blessing compared to staying with him and my mom. I was a mute demon in his eyes, and when the rod didn’t beat the evil out of me, he prayed Chapel Crest could. 

I envisioned the religious academy would become my sanctuary. I was wrong. So very wrong. Chapel Crest is an asylum moonlighting as a religious school. It's where the meds take out the demons in your head or the punishments from the staff do.

If the school and its rules didn’t break me, Dante Church and his cult of bullies would. 

They called themselves the Watchers. They were dark and ruthless—everything a girl like me should avoid. But maybe something was wrong with me because the thought of being on my knees for the four devils appeals to me. 

Even if it meant I was praying for survival. 

Going to Church took on a whole new meaning at Chapel Crest. 

Church is book one of The Boys of Chapel Crest. It’s a dark bully romance with four guys chasing one girl. There is no choosing. Only begging. And lots of praying. Reader discretion advised due to dark content. PLEASE MIND YOUR TRIGGERS AND TAKE THE WARNING SERIOUSLY.

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Trigger Warnings

Dub con, non con, bullying, violence, knife play, breath play, nyctophobia, somnophilia, acrophobia, fits of mania, psychopathy, sociopathy, depression, bi-polar disorders, physical, mental, sexual and emotional abuse, body modifications, captivity and confinement, buried alive, dead bodies and their parts, animal death (forest animals), dysphoria, drug use and abuse, eating disorders, hallucinations and delusions, homomisia (father to son), kidnapping, medical experimentation, murder/attempted murder, mutilation, needles, selective mutism, aphasia, TBI, nightmares, obsessive compulsive disorder, overdose, panic/anxiety attacks, PTSD, psychiatric hospitalizations, detainment, religion, scars, schizophrenia, murder, seizures, self-harm, sleep disorders, slut shaming, stalking, obsession, suicidal ideation, dissociative identity disorder, borderline personality disorder, narcissism, verbal abuse, victim blaming, whipping/flogging, group scenes, on-page sex.