This is the second book from the Dark Kings series, which has been a dark and gritty ride so far in Code of Silence and Titan. This is Grave’s story, the younger of the two brothers in this series. It tackles some hard hitting issues such as drug abuse, illegal gambling and dub con, so be aware.
Grave is a broken man, a man who feels too much, especially after losing his mum and his dad treating him like he was nothing, his older brother being the one his dad preferred. But in Grave’s world, emotions are akin to weakness, so he is always on the hunt for his next adrenaline rush or high. It’s not until April appears in his life that he finds something to live for, to fight for.
April has had a rough life, after losing her mother and taking over her flower shop she has tried her best to be there for her younger brother, but he is going off the rails. She is a courageous, strong and incredibly caring person.
These two fall into a caring relationship, the story is not as dark as Titan was, which was unexpected since Grave is surrounded by his own darkness. April and his loving ways, loving him for who is was, gave him reason to fight and change, but not before he sorts his demons out.
A great read, although I didn’t enjoy it as much as Titan, I loved the glimpses of the secondary characters throughout the story and I can’t wait to read more in this series.
Meet Shantel Tessier
Shantel is a Texas born girl who now lives in Tulsa, Oklahoma with her high school sweetheart, who is a wonderful, supportive husband and their two daughters. She loves to spend time cuddled up on the couch with a good book.
She considers herself extremely lucky to get to be a stay at home wife and mother. Going to concerts and the movies are just a few of her favorite things to do. She hates coffee, but loves wine. She and her husband are both huge football fans, college and NFL. And she has to feed her high heel addiction by shopping for shoes weekly.
Although she has a passion to write, her family is most important to her. She loves spending evenings at home with her husband and daughters, along with their cats and dogs.