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by Kerri Maniscalco
Released: October 27, 2020
Series: Kingdom of the Wicked #1
Published by Jimmy Patterson
“Ms. Maniscalco takes us to her 19th-century world of murder mystery, magic, demons, and witches. She upped her game on all points and it was wicked good.” ~Under the Covers
Maniscalco fans will not be disappointed. This new release takes a different spin from her last series, Stalking Jack The Ripper. Ms. Maniscalco takes us to her 19th-century world of murder mystery, magic, demons, and witches. She upped her game on all points and it was wicked good.
Emilia had just lost her twin and she had set her mind to find out what happened to her. Along with this quest for information and vengeance, she will discover that she is more than just your basic witch in hiding.
Keri Maniscalco has outdone herself. Kingdom of the Wicked is a great start to this fantasy world of demons and witches. I was intrigued by everything she put on the table. I love the idea of seven different houses led by demon brothers and for the most part, at war with each other for power. I enjoyed the dynamic between Emilia and Wrath and the possibilities of where their relationship is going. Their chemistry is off the charts but the romance is not the main focus of this story. I wouldn’t have complained if it were. I love Wrath. He is ruthless and a total badass but you know he has a soft spot for Emila. He sort of reminds of Niklaus from The Originals. *sigh*. I fell in love with him instantly.
Fair warning, there is a cliffhanger at the end of this book. I’m bummed that I’d have to wait so long to find out what happens but I trust Maniscalco that it will be worth the wait. She has yet to disappoint me.
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