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by Albany Walker
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Fast/Medium Burn PNR RH
Available on Kindle and Kindle Unlimited
Down and Dirty
A truly fascinating delve into a new world of darkness, the Charmed and all things that go bump in the night… with a hefty dose of love. Free on Kindle Unlimited.
What is it about?
(Blurb from GoodReads)
Gather round close, for I have a secret to tell.
Late at night, while everyone is sleeping, dreaming of white knights and fairytales. I’m making friends with the monsters.
They call to me, like finds like, right? My biggest secret, I’m the scariest monster I know.
I think I’m the bad guy.
Note from the Author
MFMM Reverse Harem novel with adult themes not recommended for those under 18.
Thoughts on Friends With The Monsters
Dark yet not
There was certainly darkness in this novel, but not like you might be expecting. No, while the shadows came from the monsters, they are really friends and the impulses of the soul seem normal and acceptable. The actual darkness of the main FMC, comes from loneliness and sorrow… and that bleeds through almost every action she takes. Yet, looking at it, that might not even be darkness but a forced solitude that changes her. The evil, well, that is embodied in creatures that are all too human.
Very interesting book.
Time passes, child, with or without us. (16%)
He’s pushed up his sleeves, baring his forearms: the sexy man equivalent of exposed cleavage. (21%)
- Never really know what she is, or why she is… which I like.
- The trio is fantastic.
- Grim… I love Grim.
- Melodic in tone.
- It’s about monsters, but it’s not. This is a study in human nature and the price of loneliness.
- That cover!! (PixieCovers)
- Multiple POV would have been beneficial.
- There should be a book 2, but there is no indication of series title on the cover?
First Person, single POV
NC-17 (18+ only)
Character Age Range
My Final Verdict on Friends With The Monsters
Fascinating and fantastic Paranormal Reverse Harem that flirts with the dark, entertains the monsters and rewrites standard mythos across the gamut. Free on KU!
Published October 31st, 2019
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What are you reading today? Have you read this Halloween special? What about other books by Albany Walker? Leave a comment, I would love to talk!