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King's (The King Trilogy, Book 1) Kindle Edition
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- ASIN : B00K59QO74
- Publisher : Paper & Silver, Inc. (4 May 2014)
- Language : English
- File size : 1363 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 294 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: #6,386 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Top reviews from Australia
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Well this is an ominous story, bit twisted. The plot is strange but easy enough to follow.
What I disliked about this book.
No one knows the deal with King.
Mia is a bit whinny, loves to disobey orders.
King is always appearing when she needs him. She lies to everyone who means something.
The sexual tension is thick. She doesn't understand what's going on with her self.
To many holes in the book. Gave me a brain bleed reading all of this only to find out the ending is just the start of another book.
Not for me.
From the first page I was captivated. The plot twisted and turned but thankfully never lost its way. Mimi writes really well and I was instantly hooked. The characters were likable and well rounded.
I really enjoyed how the book introduced new elements and concepts but left me hanging for more and more!
I highly recommend this book!
Will be getting the rest of the Trilogy so that I can find out exactly what the Artifact is and why everyone wants it.
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This is where this book failed, the main character Mia is absolutely infuriating and unrelatable for me. She makes me want to scream at her, she isnt charmingly curious or witty. Shes just dense and silly, she gets annoyed about nothing, blames him for everything while she does practically nothing, and she doesnt listen to anyone. I get that a soft submissive protagonist isnt what was desired of Mia, but she should at least take it as advice or listen to what they say then not be shocked and angry when something happens cause she failed to listen or act on what was said. She constantly calls him the devil which is not only quite boring and repetitive but rather annoying when hes the only one saving her and finding her brother.
I really wish her character was different, then I would really enjoy this book. The three stars are for the plot and Kings character which I have enjoyed.
But so far it was a good Aaron nd detailed read. About the story; Mia seems to be a hard working and dependent woman until her brother goes missing. She will stop at nothing to find him and even takes the next step to go to Mexico to follow her brothers steps, but it's not that easy when others are holding back the truth what has happened. In Mexico she get visitors who scared her to kill her if she is not leaving.
And that what she do, Flight straight back home
And taking the next step to search for a PD to help to find her brother.
Her last hope is a men name's King, he can find anything and everyone, for a price.... what will that be...... read the full story here it will not be disappointed, it's a good story!!
I am enjoying myself just as much as I did the first time around with this.
So book one: this is told from Mia's POV and if I had one slight criticism for this series its that I do wish we had got to experience things from King's side also, no mind I still had a ball but I do think his perspective would have made this even better reading than it was.
Mia herself is extremely inquisitive and impulsive, she is also not easily controlled which is definitely an issue now she has handed herself over to King.
Loved King as a character for starters his name really suits him, he has such a commanding take charge presence about him.
There is definitely something other-worldly about him he gives off such an ice-cold, mysterious, dangerous and sexy as hell vibe that I was practically salivating for.
Guessing who or what he actually is is half the fun here and I am most certainly having a blast trying to decipher King's mysterious origins and end-game.
This is just so bloody confusing and half the time I have no inkling whatsoever about what's actually occurring I am now so hooked and invested in the complete puzzle and am definitely here for the long game.
I have so many questions The sundial tattoo on King's arm? the mysterious ten club? I could go on and on with my many thoughts.
Then we have Mia who according to King is a Seer of light, one who he now owns, completely by her own hand.
By accepting Kings help in locating her missing brother Mia has basically placed herself in the hands of someone she doesn't really know or trust and she has agreed to obey totally and play by his rules.
One final thing don't go into this expecting the romance straight off.
This book plays the long game and is very slow burn indeed, the chemistry between Mia and King was so very well done and it practically projected off the page so this really wasn't an issue for me.
Book one manages to build the tension and by the time this finished I was so invested in the dynamic here, there was just no way I was abandoning ship, I was in it for the long-haul.
I also adored the way King refers to Mia as Miss Turner just so hot.
So yeh really great and interesting start to this series and one I really recommend giving a shot.
I read a lot, to the extent that I think I have an addiction problem.
I don't write many reviews as not many meet the worthy status. Plus there is always a little bit of me that feels slightly wary of publicly expressing my personal opinion on my choice of books. As a book-a-holic I could be putting others at risk!
Well. having measured the risks I would most definitely advise you to download this book now, stock up on frozen meals, pack the kids off to friends, send the old man off doing man stuff, book a day off work and enduldge yourself in King!
Gulp down this beautifully written, engaging, funny, provocative story and then cure your hangover by getting the next episode!