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Haunting Adeline by H.D. Carlton

Series: Cat and Mouse Duet #1
Genre: Romance, Dark Fantasy, Thriller, Adult, Contemporary, Mystery, Horror, Fiction, Contemporary

The Manipulator

I can manipulate the emotions of anyone who lets me.
I will make you hurt, make you cry, make you laugh and sigh.
But my words don’t affect him. Especially not when I plead for him to leave.
He’s always there, watching and waiting.
And I can never look away.
Not when I want him to come closer.

The Shadow

I didn’t mean to fall in love.
But now that I have, I can’t stay away.
I’m mesmerized by her smile, by her eyes, and the way she moves.
The way she undresses…
I’ll keep watching and waiting. Until I can make her mine.
And once she is, I’ll never let her go.
Not even when she begs me to.

While not required, it is highly suggested to read the novella, Satan’s Affair, first.

Is Haunting Adeline Spicy?

Is Haunting Adeline spicy? Very much so. I mean, look at how many spicy chapters it has in the Haunting Adeline spicy chapters list above!

Books Like Haunting Adeline

The Risk by S.T. Abby

Series: Mindf*ck #1
They took too much.
Left too little.
I had nothing to lose…until him.



I didn’t expect him.
I didn’t want to fall in love.
But I can’t let him go.

Logan Bennett makes the world a safer place.
He’s brilliant.
He’s a hero.
He locks away the sick and depraved.
But while he’s saving lives, I’m taking them. Collecting the debts that are owed to me.

Ten years ago, they took from me. They left me for dead.
They should have made sure I stayed dead.

Now I’m taking from them.
One name at a time.

I’ve trained for too long.
I’ve been patient.
I can’t stop now.

Revenge is best served cold…

They never see me coming, until I paint their walls red.

Logan doesn’t know how they hurt me. He doesn’t know about the screams they ignored. He doesn’t know how twisted that town really is.

He just knows people are dying.
He doesn’t know he’s in love with their killer.

No one suspects a dead girl.
And Logan doesn’t suspect the girl in his bed.

They’re looking for a monster.
Not a girl who loves red.
Not a girl in love.

I’m a faceless nightmare.

At least until I tell them the story they’ve pretended never happened.

But in the end, will Logan choose them? Or will we watch them burn together?

The premise is quite interesting. This book was also recommended to me by communities online for the ruthless heroine. Check it out!

Corrupt by Penelope Douglas

Series: Devil’s Night, #1

I was told that dreams were our heart’s desires. My nightmares, however, became my obsession.

His name is Michael Crist. My boyfriend’s older brother is like that scary movie that you peek through your hand to watch. He’s handsome, strong, and completely terrifying. The star of his college’s basketball team and now gone pro, he’s more concerned with the dirt on his shoe than me.

But I noticed him.

I saw him. I heard him. The things that he did, and the deeds that he hid…

For years, I bit my nails, unable to look away. Now, I’ve graduated high school and moved on to college, but I haven’t stopped watching Michael.

He’s bad, and the dirt I’ve seen isn’t content to stay in my head anymore.

Because he’s finally noticed me.

Her name is Erika Fane, but everyone calls her Rika.

My brother’s girlfriend grew up hanging around my house and is always at our dinner table. She looks down when I enter a room and stills when I am close. I can always feel the fear rolling off of her, and while I haven’t had her body, I know that I have her mind. That’s all I really want anyway.

Until my brother leaves for the military, and I find Rika alone at college. In my city. Unprotected.

The opportunity is too good to be true, as well as the timing.

Because you see, three years ago she put a few of my high school friends in prison, and now they’re out.

We’ve waited. We’ve been patient. And now every last one of her nightmares will come true.

Uh Penelope Douglass’s books definitely have problems, including problematic taboos to risky dynamics. But one thing that is undeniable is that no matter what, the quality of the intimacy is always consistent.

So if you don’t mind the toxic relationships and weird couple combos that sometimes occur, you can give it a try.

Notably, though people defending her books have claimed these taboo and toxic aspects make the story even more exciting, and are her “secret sauce”.

The Sweetest Oblivion by Danielle Lori

The Sweetest Oblivion by Danielle Lori
Series: Made #1

She’s a romantic at heart, living in the most unromantic of worlds . . .

Nicknamed Sweet Abelli for her docile nature, Elena smiles on cue and has a charming response for everything. She’s the favored daughter, the perfect mafia principessa . . . or was. Now, all she can see in the mirror’s reflection is blood staining her hands like crimson paint.

They say first impressions are everything . . .

In the murky waters of New York’s underworld, Elena’s sister is arranged to marry Nicolas Russo. A made man, a boss, a cheat—even measured against mafia standards. His reputation stretches far and wide and is darker than his black suits and ties.

After his and Elena’s first encounter ends with an accidental glare on her part, she realizes he’s just as rude as he is handsome. She doesn’t like the man or anything he stands for, though that doesn’t stop her heart from pattering like rain against glass when he’s near, nor the shiver that ghosts down her spine at the sound of his voice.

And he’s always near.

Telling her what to do.

Making her feel hotter than any future brother-in-law should.

Elena may be the Sweet Abelli on the outside, but she’s beginning to learn she has a taste for the darkness, for rough hands, cigarettes, and whiskey-colored eyes.

Having already escaped one scandal, however, she can hardly afford to be swept up in another. Besides, even if he were hers, everyone knows you don’t fall in love with a Made Man . . . right?

This is a standalone forbidden romance (with plenty of steam and angst.)

A mafia angsty enemies-to-lovers romance with a jealous and possessive MMC and the forbidden romance trope.

Credence by Penelope Douglass

Three of them, one of her, and a remote cabin in the woods. Let the hot, winter nights ensue…

Tiernan de Haas doesn’t care about anything anymore. The only child of a film producer and his starlet wife, she’s grown up with wealth and privilege but not love or guidance. Shipped off to boarding schools from an early age, it was still impossible to escape the loneliness and carve out a life of her own. The shadow of her parents’ fame followed her everywhere.

And when they suddenly pass away, she knows she should be devastated. But has anything really changed? She’s always been alone, hasn’t she?

Jake Van der Berg, her father’s stepbrother and her only living relative, assumes guardianship of Tiernan who is still two months shy of eighteen. Sent to live with him and his two sons, Noah and Kaleb, in the mountains of Colorado, Tiernan soon learns that these men now have a say in what she chooses to care and not care about anymore.

As the three of them take her under their wing, teach her to work and survive in the remote woods far away from the rest of the world, she slowly finds her place among them. And as a part of them.

She also realizes that lines blur and rules become easy to break when no one else is watching.

One of them has her. The other one wants her. But he…

He’s going to keep her.

Has forbidden/taboo element and trope.

Run Posy Run by Cate C. Wells

Series: Underboss Insurrection #1

She’d better run…

When I fell for Dario Volpe, I thought he was Prince Charming, and I was the luckiest girl alive. He didn’t care about my past. The talk. The stain on my family’s reputation.

Then he saw something I never wanted anyone to see.

He cares now.

This isn’t a breakup, it’s a warning shot, and if I want to get out of this bad romance alive, I have to run and never look back.
Dario Volpe is no storybook hero. He’s a psychopath, and he can’t decide–kiss me? Or kill me?

I’m the man behind the curtain, the power behind the throne. I could have killed her, and no one would have blinked an eye. Posy Santoro isn’t exactly a mafia princess.

No one sees her as clearly as I can–the perfect mind hidden by that knockout body in the tight dress.

I made a mistake, running her off, but now I get to play one of my favorite games.

Posy can run, but she isn’t made to be free. She’s made for me. And when I catch her? Game over.

Run Posy Run is a standalone mafia romance with dark elements. Intended for adult readers.

HEA guaranteed.

This is a book with the cat-and-mouse trope, and one thing I really liked about this book is it has a very smart and capable heroine! Recommend for readers who are interested in more mafia/crime.

Stolen Touches by Neva Altaj

Series: Perfectly Imperfect #5

I know them,
But I didn’t follow them.
I moved into his city, his domain without approval.
And now, it’s time for me to pay the price.

Marry the cold, calculating Don of La Cosa Nostra,
The man who many have never seen-or could recognize,
And be bound to the mafia forever.

But when he comes to collect me,
I realize that this isn’t the first time we’ve met.


Nothing amazes me anymore.
I’ve seen and done too much.
Until her.

She’s an anomaly,
Living in poverty,
In MY city,
Without approval.

I’m drawn to her in ways I never imagined.
She ignites me and intrigues me.
I want more than stolen touches.
I want it all.
And what Salvatore Ajello wants, he takes.

A series of mafia romances (each one is a standalone). The MMC is so possessive it’s almost comedic. In this book, it ended up being if she moves to a different floor of the same building the FMC has to phone the MMC.

She does that every 30 minutes at intervals because he can’t bear to be without her.

Haunting Adeline Review

I would recommend this book if you enjoy the following tropes:

Haunting Adeline by H.D. Carlton is undeniably one of the darkest books I have ever come across, and it’s a real hit or miss for readers.
This book delves into the depths of dark romance, and if you’re not fully on board with this subgenre, you will most likely not enjoy it at all.

The stalker romance trope is prominent in the story, adding a chilling and intense layer to the plot.
I would recommend this book only to those who are seasoned in the world of dark romance and are seeking the darkest of the dark.

Interestingly, Haunting Adeline had previously been banned on Amazon, which speaks to the extremes this book goes to in its exploration of the genre.
Personally, I went into it with a clear understanding of what to expect, purely out of curiosity for the genre.

It’s essential to manage your expectations when approaching this book, as it will directly impact your enjoyment of it.

If you’re ready for a rollercoaster ride of intense emotions, psychological twists, and hauntingly dark themes, then Haunting Adeline might be the perfect book for you.

But proceed with caution, as this is not your typical romance, and it will challenge your comfort zone like never before.

Haunting Adeline Spicy Chapters

Chapter 8

Chapter 16

Chapter 18

Chapter 21

Chapter 22

Chapter 23

Chapter 25

Chapter 29

Chapter 30

Chapter 31

Chapter 33

Chapter 34

Chapter 38

Chapter 40

Chapter 41

As many readers may know (especially romance book readers), oftentimes we like to seek out book tropes and read romance books that include the book tropes we usually like and the book tropes we want to read at the moment. It’s what drives a lot of book recommendations and is a common way we seek out books to read.

If you are a reader who is interested in:

  • Tracking tropes that you have already read
  • Tracking tropes that you would want to read in the future
  • Collect original trope ideas that you came up with (and haven’t come across before)

Then this book trope reading journal is perfectly made for you!

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