Thursday, November 27, 2014

Dark Desire: Dark Series 2 by Lauren Dawes


Dark Desires

Dark Series 2

Lauren Dawes

Ratings and Recommendations

Rating: 5 teacups

Recommendation: Yes, Yes, Yes

Book Club Worthy: Yes in Genre


Review


After the dust has settled can Taer or Eir overcome their life altering losses? Does Odin find a way to deal with Loki without losing all including his life? Or do the Aesir have something to worry about older than themselves seeking revenge?


Dawes does it again and gives a 5 teacup performance in Dark Series 2. It seems this series will be one to follow. As Dawes fills in more of the worlds in and we learn more about the elves that are left in the world the plots just keep getting better. The new characters that are added are just as compelling as the first book in the series. Still, I am left wanting more in a good way. I want to know what is going to happen with the two new heroines in this novel as the series goes farther along. I am past the point of wanting and am almost at needing to know what will happen in Dark Series 3. I hope we are not left to long to find out what Dawes has in store. The book does have a little steamy love scenes in it so parents and adults uncomfortable with this, you make the choice. The rest enjoy some spicy romance. This review is short and to the point that is a great read and I highly recommend both books in the series so far and am expecting good things from the next book based on the first two. 


My favorite part, who is going to want to read this book. If you like paranormal, a touch of adult in your romance, some mystery, suspense, a great series, cliffhangers, and a lot of action in your novel, go get these two novels. Then you, like me, will have to anxiously await Dark Series 3…hint, hint…Lauren Dawes


                                        


Disclosures

*I would like to thank Momentum (Pan Macmillian) via NetGALLEY for giving me an unreleased copy for an honest and fair review.

If you buy this book through the above link money is generated, however, donated to the non-profit American Association of University Women (AAUW). 

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