Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Review: The Royal Flush by DN Simmons

Simmons is an author on the fast track to becoming the ultimate paranormal princess " -A Romance Review ----------------------------------------------------------- It's The Royal Flush is the third novel in the edgy, action-packed, sexually-charged, Knights of the Darkness Chronicles.
In the third installment of this tale, the hunt is on! The coven, Pack and Pride must join forces to stop a group of big game hunters by any means necessary! Hold on to your seat as the Knights take you on yet another wild ride that will not let you go until the last word is read and the book is closed!
Original, sexy and gritty, the Knights of the Darkness Chronicles will suck you in and take you for a ride you won't forget!
This book has been previously published and has been substantially revised from its original release.
My Review:

This was a twisted tale that our heroes found themselves in.  This book highlighted more of the darker side of humanity.  It seems that the powerful humans in the area require a bigger challenge and are now capturing supernaturals to hunt.  Our heroes are once again united in a common cause, as each one discovers a family member missing.  Betrayal comes in several different forms and few shocks are thrown into this book.

We are introduced to Darian's Master, and what an interesting character he turns out to be!  There is a lot of back-story that is told and you find out a lot about our sexy Master Vampire.  There are also several surprises for Darian in this book.  The situations keep piling up and you definitely keep guessing!!

The interesting thing that you get to watch is Darian's transformation.  Tasha is determines to link him back with his humanity, and I believe she is off to a phenomenal start! It's a very interesting series and really can't wait to see where the author is going to take us next!!  I have enjoyed this series immensely so far!

1 comment:

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