Book Review: Legion of the Queen

 


You come for him, she’s coming for you.
You come for her, he’s coming for you.
You come for their family, the legion comes, and they always protect their queen.

DIABLO
When Luke shot Dante and left him for dead, he didn’t just start a war, he awakened a power in me that lie dormant, for thousands of years.
But now he’s coming for my family, playing a game where only one can win, and I am determined the winner is me.
If Luke thinks he can get his hands on anyone I love ever again, I will burn his kingdom to the ground. Because Hell hath no fury, like a Fallen angel with everything to lose.

DANTE
When Luke kidnapped Diablo with plans to claim her for himself, he provoked my eternal need to keep her safe.
She is mine. Always will be. And I will do whatever it takes, to honor the promise I made to always protect her.
If Luke thinks he can take from me, he better think again. Because when you are your own infernal beast, and your family is at risk, you do not fear the Devil.


Dual POV dark paranormal romance. Includes mature content and themes and intended for readers age 18+. Book one, Fealty of the Fallen should be read prior.


My Review

I loved the first book in this duology and could not wait to read this book. Luckily, I did not have to wait too long. Although, I will say that the wait was worth it. I was able to jump right back into this world. 

Dante and Diablo love for each other is even strong than before. They are a force to be reckoned with. If you thought the intimate scenes between these two was hot in book one; they are sizzling in this book. Diablo has risen to become a great leader. She kicks a**.

I have to give another shout out to Dante and Diablo's best friends, Lila and Vinny. I love them as well and I hope to see their romance blossom even more. So glad that there will be more books in this world as I am not ready to leave it yet. All hail the queen, Diablo! Don't miss this duology. 




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