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Thad Beaumont is an author and recovering alcoholic who lives in the town of Ludlow , Maine. Thad's own books — cerebral literary fiction — are not very successful.
However, under the pen name "George Stark", he writes highly successful crime novels about a violent killer named Alexis Machine.
When Thad's authorship of Stark's novels becomes public knowledge, Thad and his wife, Elizabeth, decide to stage a mock burial for his alter ego at the local cemetery, which is featured in a People magazine article.
Stark, however, emerges from the mock grave as a physical entity, complete with the personality traits that Thad exhibited while writing as Stark, such as drinking heavily and smoking Pall Mall cigarettes.
He then goes on a killing spree, gruesomely murdering everyone he perceives as responsible for his "death" — Thad's editor, agent, and the People interviewer, among others.
Thad, meanwhile, is plagued by surreal nightmares. Stark's murders are investigated by Alan Pangborn , the sheriff of the neighboring town of Castle Rock , who finds Thad's voice and fingerprints at the crime scenes.
This evidence, and Thad's unwillingness to answer his questions, causes Pangborn to believe that Thad — despite having alibis — is responsible for the murders.
However, Raoh releases Uighur from imprisonment and assigns him as the new warden. Raoh, Reina, and Souga travel into the abandoned city of Cassandra and meet an old man.
He warns them of the various death traps inside the indomitable castle ruled by Amon the Dragon Emperor. After they easily pass through the obstacles, Amon confronts Raoh, but the latter repels the attacks.
As a last resort, Amon activates a switch, causing the castle to start collapsing. During this time, Raoh tells Amon that even his own son was killed by one of the traps inside the castle, showing him a medallion the old man, revealed as his younger brother, had kept since the incident.
Raoh, Reina, and Souga struggle to evacuate before the castle falls, while Amon is left alone to die under the rubble. The group wants to recruit Toki , who runs a clinic in a poor village and heals the sick using acupressure , and he just so happens to be Raoh's brother.
Reina goes to see Toki personally to convince him to join with Raoh, but Sakuya shows opposition to this, saying that having them together will end up in conflict.
After Toki refuses to join, Raoh and Souga arrive with the army. Raoh orders his army to arrest Toki after the latter refuses to battle against the former to prove his strength as a martial artist.
Uighur tries to express his duty as warden, using his whip to attack Toki. However, he dodges the whip and disables Uighur from attacking.
When Sakuya visits Toki in his cell, she apologizes because she wants to protect Raoh from potentially being injured by Toki if the two brothers were to fight each other.
Raoh is told by Souga to go see Ryuroh , a former military strategist now living a peaceful life at a barren wind farm , in an attempt to recruit him in the army.
Ryuroh tells Raoh that he is happy with his new life in the empty forest, though he recalls of how he led his troops, now broken up, to several victories in the past.
Ryuroh tries to convince Raoh to change his ways and use his power to bring peace and not to cause warfare. Raoh sees this as an act of defiance and mortally wounds him, but realizes that Ryuroh was dying from an illness after their fight.
On his way back, Raoh comes across a man named Ryuga , who promptly engages in a fistfight against him, though Raoh withholds the final blow when he sees that Ryuga had no intention of defeating him.
After having witnessed Raoh battling Ryuroh recently, Ryuga, believing that the only way to achieve order in the world is through force, decides to serve Raoh for his cause.
Later on, it is reported that two armies are invading the fortress with a pincer attack. After Ryuga kills the army general, the army surrenders, but he precedes to slaughter them while they bow down in fear.
They include not only such offensive powers as those demonstrated when he annihilated the Bronze Dragon in one shot, but also defensive powers such as healing, duplication e.
However, the Black King dismisses this notion, claiming that he lacks the immortality needed to be a deity in the truest sense of the word.
This is later shown to be true, as he is slowly turning to salt, though he keeps it a secret from all. In addition to his supernatural abilities, the Black King has also shown himself to be a brilliant strategist, able to teach the non-humans of the fantasy world how to build their own culture, economy and military.
In fact, Minamoto no Yoshitsune has described him as a "multi-world expert". The Black King also knows the "Descent", an aerial support and maneuver of flying transports dropping soldiers into the battlefield.
Cell Multiplication: One of The Black Kings main abilities, it gives him the ability to duplicate any living cell whether it be plant or animal. Mar 31, booksnpenguins rated it liked it.
We all know I read it because I was severely and shamelessly captured by the pack on the cover, but there's more in this than a lethally sexy fae king.
Aenor was a good mc although I can't say she's unforgettable. I liked that she cares infinitely about her human friend Gina who I couldn't read about without being reminded of my year-old uberly religious neighbor and that she didn't feel the need to hide her dubious past.
I also appreciated that this wasn't an insta-love situation. I'd say it was more about in sta-lust, but that's something that could happen in real life, too, so it's not that condemnable.
One thing, though, I've got to point out. For a book that promises adult themes and a lethally sexy fae king, I've got to admit there's really little sexy times and even too much plot, especially at the start.
A good portion of the book goes by and you only learn what you need about the plot and that Aenor is a bit thirsty over Lyr's perfection who wouldn't tho but nothing much aside from that.
The ending was okay, nothing to rip your hair out for. Maybe a tad too rushed; like, nothing much really happened and then the last ten pages are packed and everything is solved within twenty lines.
I'm sure questions will probably be answered in the next book, but I won't be continuing the series.
I'm not that interested and this book perfectly satisfied my reader needs of the moment. Let's be honest. View all 12 comments. Jul 25, Maca rated it it was ok.
I am not a fan of fairies, but I didnt mind them here. So it was not the problem, but the problem for me was that the plot was dragging and it seemed to me like almost nothing major really happened during the whole story.
I was still waiting for something big to happen, but it never came and there was also cheating so its a no for me there are people who count it as a cheating and people who dont count it as a cheating, but in my opinion it is.
And I didnt especially care about the characters. View all 9 comments. I mean it wasnt bad but didnt kept me on the edge of my seat either.
What I liked was the world , where sea fae were the rulers. I havent read before a book with sea immortals and I liked it to be honest, was different, interesting and captivating.
I dont have much to say about the storyline, was a continuous running: Lyr and Aenor trying to escape evil spirits. So yeah, we have some torture, violence, ow drama, veryyy low on steamy scenes just one excluding the dreams the h had.
I m not sure I ll continue reading this tbh View 1 comment. Jul 26, Christa rated it it was amazing Shelves: , royalty , fae , kindle-unlimited , urban-fantasy , best-of-kindle-unlimited , favorites , cover-lust.
I liked Lyr just fine. And hes hot - look at that cover. But I sure hope Salem is on the next cover. Why do I always like the baddie more than the designated love interest in the series?
Ok lets get to the story. Aenor is a fae living as a refuge in the human world. Shes close to her human friend Gina - who she rescued from demons a few years ago.
But fae arent to live with humans or do magic with them. So the fae enforcers are coming after her. She shoots and kills Lyr right away. Hes a death I liked Lyr just fine.
His breath warmed the shell of my ear. Fucking… shot me. So in exchange for Gina being taken care of, Aenor agrees to help Lyr find a magical knife that has her ancestral powers.
Did I forget to mention that Aenor is a lost princess whose powers were stolen after her nation was destroyed? And it has a great villain.
I stared at the stranger, who moved toward me with an elegant grace. His beauty felt like glass shattering in my heart.
Dark hair swept over his forehead, and the morning light blazed over his face. His eyes were dusky hues—purple streaked with gold, and his cheekbones were blade-sharp.
Or antihero. Or villain redemption arc. So I see what I want to see. View 2 comments. Sep 13, Lover of Romance rated it really liked it.
This review was originally posted on Addicted To Romance Dark King is a story I have on my kindle for a while and I just grabbed it merely on a whim when I saw the cover yep this is a book I picked up solely due to the cover, I am vain and not that ashamed : But I have to say I have no clue why I waited so long for this book because it was superb in many ways.
At first I didn't know what to make of it, but it definitely is an enemies to lovers romance and even though its not necessarily my This review was originally posted on Addicted To Romance Dark King is a story I have on my kindle for a while and I just grabbed it merely on a whim when I saw the cover yep this is a book I picked up solely due to the cover, I am vain and not that ashamed : But I have to say I have no clue why I waited so long for this book because it was superb in many ways.
At first I didn't know what to make of it, but it definitely is an enemies to lovers romance and even though its not necessarily my favorite trope I actually had a blast with this story.
Its a book that won't be for everyone but this was one entertaining ride. The gist of the story that we have here is that our hero Lyr, is a fae king and a brutal one at that but fair in his own way.
Our heroine, was once a sea princess until she lost everything and now is barely surviving as it is. But then finds herself captured when Lyr comes after her and she tries to kill him.
Yeah not a great starting point but its kicks booty in seeing how these two at war with each other, trying to save what matters to them most but along the way while fighting for their lives I will be honest in that I had such a fun time with this one, sometimes the angst in the beginning could be a bit draining at times, but the author s here really made it entertaining as all get out and you get swept up in a story of intrigue, danger and mythological fantasy to curl your toes.
I don't read too much of this type fantasy here but I truly do love it dearly. I am eager to continue on with the trilogy and see where it takes us.
There was such a level of mystery that really pulls you into the story especially with what happens to our heroine and the whole magical world believing something different about her.
And boy the villain? Overall I found such delights in "Dark King" and I am eager for more, if you are looking for a hidden treasure within the Kindle Unlimited Subscription, grab this beauty up!!
Sweet Annie is a book that has been on my TBR shelf at Goodreads for the longest time along with its duo companion novel "His Secondhand Wife" which I will be grabbing up very soon.
I had such a blast with this book and I honestly couldn't put this sweet romance down at all. Its a story that while there is low heat which I am totally cool with the romance is on fire.
I really loved the way this story was written and I definitely need to read more of this author. In Sweet Annie we have a story where our heroine was born lame, or rather its difficult for her to walk.
Her family is way overprotective and stifling her spirit. And then she meets a boy, and he is sweet and kind and takes her on a ride and she falls for him quickly but her brother is furious and their love is forbidden.
But now they are adults, and their love is still vibrant and strong and they are determined to find their own way towards their happily ever after despite the barriers.