Book Review | Learn My Lesson

Learn My Lesson by Katee Robert

Publication Date: October 29th 2019

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A single night with Meg and I’m willing to do anything to save her from Hades, the man holding her captive, victim to his every whim.

A bargain with the devil himself seems a small price to pay in order for Meg to go free… Until I learn that she’s exactly where she wants to be.

She’s Queen to Hades’s King.

And I’m the fool that walked right into their trap.

The same fool who desires them both as much as I hate them. I can’t resist Meg’s touch—or stop from being drawn to Hades’s dark desires. By the time I realize just how deep a game he’s playing, it may be too late…

For all of us.

My, my, my, this book was so hot. Hades, Meg and Hercules really know how to turn up the heat.

I’ve really become obsessed with these deliciously dark and dirty Disney reimagining’s. Katee Robert knocks these right out of the park. They are SO GOOD and really fun to read. I really loved the dynamic between the three of them. They are all so different, yet when they come together they have such a great connection with each other and fill in the gaps to one another. I loved getting to read and learn more about each of them, especially Hades. He was such a mystery in Desperate Measures and I was dying to learn more about him. This book was very easy to get into and had me blushing nonstop. Also,  listening to it on audio made the experience even better. I loved all of our main characters as well as all the side characters and can’t wait to read book three about Hook & Tink!

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

About the Author:

Katee Robert is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of contemporary romance and romantic suspense. Entertainment Weekly calls her writing “unspeakably hot.” Her books have sold over a million copies. She lives in the Pacific Northwest with her husband, children, a cat who thinks he’s a dog, and two Great Danes who think they’re lap dogs.

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