by Donna Grant
Released: October 29, 2019
Series: Dark Kings #16
Published by St. Martin's Paperbacks
“In a genre that is rife with alpha males, Grant creates heroes that are alpha in their own personal way.”
~ Under the Covers
It seems that Donna Grant has no signs of stopping! With the Dark Kings series, she has created elaborate worlds and interesting characters. But because this series is so long now and has been created initially as a spin-off, I do think that it has started to feel a little repetitive.
However, since I am a fan of this world and writing style, I feel like I can still get on board with some of it. I just worry that because the same style is used so often that readers may feel like its getting repetitive. Perhaps its just me but I can definitely pick up on the same tropes, etc that are used by the author.
Nevertheless, I do enjoy the world. The characters tend to have a softer focus about them, which is why I think her heroes tend to stand out for me. In a genre that is rife with alpha males, Grant creates heroes that are alpha in their own personal way.
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