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#NewRelease #Giveaway → King's Men by Lana Sky
Title: King's Men Series: Savage Fall Duet #1
Author: Lana Sky
Genre: Dark Romantic Suspense Release Date: February 27, 2019
The more treacherous the lie…
Ten years ago, Snowy Hollings did the unthinkable: she
betrayed the love of her life.
Now, when her family's fortune is decimated overnight, the
popular socialite is in for a rude awakening: you reap what you sow.
…the harder the fall.
Mysterious newcomer Blake Lorenz despises everything that
Snowy Hollings stands for--and he's determined to destroy her piece by piece.
When all is said and done, this ruthless corporate king will
stop at nothing to torment the redheaded beauty.
She had it coming, after all.
And, when he's through, she'll be lucky if there's anything
left to ever make whole again.
This story contains dark, disturbing subject matter not
suitable for those under 18 years of age, including mentions of rape, child
abuse and eating disorders.
This has more twists and "WTH just happened" turns than Lombard Street!
When I first started King's Men I was having a problem connecting with the cast and truly getting into the storyline. Snow just rubbed me wrong and the story had me feeling a bit lost. I kept going though and by the third chapter, I was a touch more intrigued and curious - by the fourth I was hooked and there was no going back.
Yes I like to be grabbed from the opening not always a good thing I openly admit that
Blake is evil personified! I don't believe there is anything he could ever do to change that in my eyes. His driving need to destroy Snowy almost borders on insanity. For an anti-hero, he is above and beyond reproach he couldn't be more "anti" if he put actual effort into it - his character is that inherently twisted. His behavior had me ping-ponging constantly - like he is battling with himself as to how dark things can go and do not even get me started on all the questions his breadcrumb comments left me with.
Snow still had my hackles in a fit even as I read the closing scene. Someone (besides Blake) needs to knock some sense into that girl! I get she would do anything to not be destitute - I guess when you have nothing left to lose anything goes and I understood that. For me, it was more the fact she did not value herself. Though that was probably the point. *shrugs*
I have so many more questions than answers and am truly hoping book two has them. Though I am a bit scared if some of those answers are revealed to be what I believe they are.