Book Review - DARK DESIRE by A.J. DANIELS
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Well bleep! This story started with a damn bang and ended with another. I loved this story so, so much. It was dark but not as dark as I expected and feel it could have went there, but, I'm satisfied with it as is. The characters were very intriguing. Braxton is hot as sin, loved/hated the hot and cold moments. The man gave me whiplash. Karla she wasn't all she had the potential to be. She was a strong character but there were times she was more of a doormat and it pissed me off because she had a backbone (loved her anyway). I can't decide if I love Alessandro or Antonio or if I want to be sandwich between the two (probably the latter). There was one predictable moment for me and I hate that I called it but am I glad I was right. There parts that felt a bit rushed and made me feel like I'd missed something but it didn't stop me from loving the story. I can't wait for the next one...
I finished this book in one night. I loved Braxton, love his name, and his alpha ways. His hot and cold drove me crazy but that’s who he was and, you’ll find out, for good reason. I adore Klara! She’s such a strong, sassy woman. Completely different than the walked over women you usually read about. Her strength is tested at the end and she comes out a warrior! The way she holds her own, takes care of herself and then takes the bull by the horns! The relationship between Klara and Braxton is sexy, passionate and fast. But, it works well for them. There are secrets, lies, deception and it’s a wild journey to go through with them. Definitely a good read! I’ll also add that I fell right in love with Alessandro!! I seriously hope that man gets his own book and quickly, lol!
I had never read a book by this author before but I really enjoyed it. I love dark books so once I seen the blurb I knew I was in for a treat. From Braxtons dark mysterious ways to the kick ass sassyness of Klara to the twists and turns of every chapter. This book kept me turning pages. There were some predictable parts for me but all in all I really enjoyed this book and hope to see more from this author.