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(A DDVN Book)
by K.F. Breene
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Available on Kindle and Kindle Unlimited
Down and Dirty
If you have read any of K.F. Breene‘s Demon Days, Vampire Nights series, then you NEED to read this continuation! With new characters but familiar faces, it pushes that plot forward and closer to the Underworld we all dread. Free on Kindle Unlimited.
What is it about?
(Blurb from GoodReads)
The truce between the vampires and the shifters is long over. So when the two factions stumble upon a lost fae warrior who has no idea what she is, all hell breaks loose.
Charity hasn’t had it easy. Growing up in a bad part of Chicago, left by her mother at 16, she’s a survivor. So when she gets a scholarship to a good college out in California, she thinks all her dreams have come true.
Instead she falls head first into a nightmare.
At a posh party she doesn’t belong, she gets the shock of her life: vampires and shifters are real! Magic is real. And she is anything but a mundane poor kid just trying to make it.
Warrior runs in her blood. If only she knew how to use it.
Suddenly, she is trapped between two magical super powers – a cunning elder vampire who wishes to use her for her blood ties and maybe tie her to the bed, and a sexy alpha shifter who will protect her at all costs.
Her life of surviving never could’ve prepared her for this. And if she doesn’t learn to harness the fae magic running through her blood, she’ll be imprisoned forever.
Action, humor, and romance – we’re going back to the DDVN World!
Thoughts on Warrior Fae Trapped
New characters, familiar faces!
This may be book 1 in a new series (trilogy or duo?) but it’s really book 7 in an ongoing saga that started way back when Reagan first appeared on the scene. While it’s not 100% required that you’ve read those first….. it’s about 95% necessary. It sets the framework for this book and lets you hit the ground running – which, in this universe, is a very good thing.
I wasn’t sure I would like this, as the main characters are new, but just like Penny’s debut in book 4 when perspective switched away from Reagan, Charity holds her own and carves a solid piece of DDVN.
Had she suddenly started speaking in Wookiee? (1%)
“Nope. We are passive-aggressive acquaintances that spoon well together when shit goes sideways.” (72%)
- Charity. Takes no sh*t and just keeps moving.
- Vlad… still a creepy mother trucker.
- Phrases turned well.
- Some parts are just as disjointed as previous books. Scenes felt hectic, though a bit easier to understand.
Third Person, Multiple POV
Character Age Range
Action packed and soul familiar, this is a must for fans of K.F. Breene new and old. Free on KU!
Published September 10th, 2019
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What are you reading today? Have you followed the DDVN series? What are your thoughts? Leave a comment, I would love to chat!!