I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review.
This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
by Donna Grant
Released: Sept 30, 2014
Series: Dark Kings #3
Published by St. Martin's Press
“BURNING DESIRE is a solid installment to the Dark Kings series. With fiery passion at its finest, this book does not disappoint!” ~ Under the Covers
Kiril is a Dragon King and one of the most powerful ones at that. He goes to Ireland, into the nest of his greatest enemies, the Dark alone to try and locate a kidnapped friend. There is he seduced by a Dark named Shara, a woman who belongs to one of the most influential families. She was punished for six hundred years for a mistake she made and now that she is released, she must complete a mission to try and gain the respect of her family once again. The mission involves seducing the Dragon King, Kiril so that they can capture him.
Interestingly, Kiril knows that she is his enemy and takes her out to dinner anyways. It begins a little romance between the two, yet Shara isn’t done with her family. Another character enters that complicates things a little bit and that’s when the book truly takes off.
As usual, many of the past characters are involved in the story as well, playing important parts even as their books and romances have been told. I really enjoy that about this series because after forming a bond with those characters, it’s always nice to see them again as well as get an update on their lives after their HEA.
BURNING DESIRE is a solid iinstallmentto the Dark Kings series. With fiery passion at its finest, this book does not disappoint!
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