God of Malice by Rina Kent is now live!
I caught the attention of a monster.
I didn’t ask for it.
Didn’t even see it coming.
But the moment I do, it’s too late.
Killian Carson is a predator wrapped in sophisticated charm.
He’s cold-blooded, manipulative, and lacks limits.
The worst part is that no one sees his devil side.
And that will cost me everything.
I run, but the thing about monsters?
They always chase.
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Narrated by: Sebastian York, Josie Minor, Aaron Shedlock, Wen Ross, & Kylie Stewart
I received an eARC in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
This was my first time reading a Rina Kent book and, wow, what a rollercoaster. From the beginning, to the end of this book, it kept me on my toes. I’ve never read a book so slow on purpose in my life, but there’s a first time for everything, right? This book had me questioning everything and everyone. But that’s why this book was so great. I had no clue what was going to happen and I just enjoyed the ride. Killian and Glyndon are such a different couple than others I’ve read in the past. The chemistry, obsession, and darkness between them never let me lose interest. If anything I was even more intrigued by their dynamic. The constant push and pull between them is addictive. There’s nothing like being obsessed with a literal psychopath in a book. Overall, I really enjoyed this book and I can’t wait for the rest of this series. I think this was a great introduction into this new/next generation series. Though I didn’t read the first generation couples, I didn’t feel like I was missing anything. I am, however, going to go back and read all of Rina’s backlist!
Also, please be mindful of the trigger warnings for this book, read them and make sure they’re something you’d be okay with reading.
About the Author:
Rina Kent is an international bestselling author of everything enemies to lovers romance.
Darkness is her playground, suspense is her best friend, and twists are her brain’s food. However, she likes to think she’s a romantic at heart in some way, so don’t kill her hopes just yet.
Her heroes are anti-heroes and villains because she was always the weirdo who fell in love with the guys no one roots for. Her books are sprinkled with a touch of mystery, a healthy dose of angst, a pinch of violence, and lots of intense passion.
Rina spends her private days in a peaceful town in North Africa daydreaming about the next plot idea or laughing like an evil mastermind when those ideas come together.