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‘They’d let me in. Beauty and me…we were no longer alone.’

If like us, you’ve read every book in the Hades Hangmen series, you were thrilled to hear Beauty and Tank were going to get their story. They’ve been in the background and forefront of every book, and we’d always hoped to learn a little more about them. We were eager to know how they met, to gain an insight into how they came to be such an integral part of the Hades family. Just how did their club names evolve, and how did they earn their place in the inner sanctum of the MC Club? Well, Tillie answers all these questions as we go back to where it all began and discover how two lost souls found each other, and how this love has survived the test of time.

Shane Rutherford was only seventeen when he fled home, leaving behind an abusive father and ending up vulnerable and living on the streets. He was ‘saved’ by what he thought was a brotherhood, a family, however, it was anything but. He had stepped into the KKK, yet as messed up and dangerous as it was, it was a family – something the young Shane so craved. And by sheer consequence (and luck) fleeing this life lead him into the path of another runaway escaping her own nightmare, a woman who would own Shane’s heart.

Live Free. Ride Free. Die Free.

It was while Susan-Lee Stewart was fleeing her abusive and controlling mother that she came face to face with Shane ‘Tank’ Rutherford and it was a meeting that would see the outgoing and ballsy Susan-Lee, meet the man who would become her everything.

In this Novella, Tillie Cole takes us to the very early days of the Hades Hangmen, when Styx and Ky were still young ‘uns living in the shadow of their Pres and VP fathers. Oh gosh, it was crushing to be reminded how ridiculed Styx was at the hands of his father, old memories stirred in our hearts that’s for sure. It also reminded us why this series remains one of our top MC reads and how Tillie’s words can have such a profound effect on us.

‘Family. As fucked-up as this place was, I guessed it was one.’

Beauty Found was a wonderful insight into two characters we’ve come to know and love throughout the series. Gaining an understanding of their bond and realising the importance of the Hades brotherhood bond was to the young Tank, was indeed a treat and a perfect addition to the Hades Hangmen Series.



There is life before the Hangmen. There is life before your soulmate is found.

There is life even when all seems lost.

Shane ‘Tank’ Rutherford is just seventeen when, escaping his father’s lethal fists, he ends up on the streets. Fighting for survival, he finds himself suddenly saved. Saved by a group that takes him under their wing.

A group that everyone knows . . . the Texas Ku Klux Klan.

Years later, Tank is disillusioned from the Klan and what they stand for. Recently released from prison, he is lost in a world he no longer knows. He is on his own. Until he picks up a woman hitchhiking on the side of a road. A beauty queen dressed in pink.

Susan-Lee Stewart is done with the crowns. She’s done with the glitz and glamor of pageant life. And she’s done with the bruises . . . the bruises gifted by the one person who should love her unconditionally—her mother.

Seconds after taking yet another pageant title, Susan-Lee makes a split decision and flees the stage. Flees the glossy life of a pageant queen, flees her violent mother . . . and jumps straight on the back of a tattooed muscled god’s motorcycle . . .

And never looks back.

As Susan-Lee holds tightly to Tank’s waist, neither of them know it’s a chance meeting that will change both their lives, and their hearts, forever.

There are stories of how you find your other half. There are stories of how someone can save your soul when all hope is lost.

Before they were Tank and Beauty, they were Shane and Susan-Lee. Two lost hearts who, together, were finally found.

Contemporary dark romance. Contains scenes of violence, offensive language, mature topics and sexual situations.

Beauty Found: A Novella (Hades Hangmen 6.5) is to be read AFTER Crux Untamed. Recommended for ages 18 and over.

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