Book Review: Their Vicious Darling

 

The Dark One has finally accepted me…just in time for everything to change. Because Vane’s brother, The Crocodile, has just arrived on Neverland soil and he’s not alone. He’s brought with him members of the royal Darkland family and they want Vane’s Death Shadow back at any cost.

Of course, Peter Pan, Vane, Kas and Bash, they’re all familiar with war. But war isn’t easy when love is on the line.

I know those vicious Lost Boys would do anything to protect me. But what if I’m not the one that needs saving?

As power shifts on the island and shadows are claimed, all five of us have to let go of who we were, if we have any chance of becoming who we are destined to be.

NOTE: Their Vicious Darling is book three in the Vicious Lost Boys series. It is a dark romantic reimagining of Peter and Wendy. All characters have been aged up. If you like your enemies to lovers romance with hot, ruthless, morally gray love interests, you’ll enjoy Their Vicious Darling. You can expect an island with darkness and secrets and no true hero in sight, with a found family atmosphere, and ‘touch her and I’ll unalive you’ vibes. Their Vicious Darling ends on a cliffhanger.

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My Review

I have been on a roller coaster with this series. Book one was really good. It definitely sucked me in. Book two is a little different story. I liked it but was waiting for more to happen with Hook and Vane's brother, Roc. Yet, this book made up for book two in a big way. 

I loved every moment of this book. The change in Winnie got me excited but this time it was the bad guys/gals that really won me over this time. Not that I don't still love the Lost Boys. If anything, Vane is still my top favorite. Although with the introduction of Roc, I am putting him up there as well as a favorite. Love the female version of Smee. She is a badass! 

Then there is Hook. Also, the "big reveal" surprise. Did not see that coming. I can't wait to read the next book. 


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