this book is filled with betrayals, abuse, sinful acts, secrets and in all the darkness and sorrow a beautiful love story a slave girl saved by Vas the son of a maid and son of a monster he was not raise with his father so he has faith, love and compassion he loves fearlessly and protect those he loves. I absolutely loved this series and the powerful strong independent woman in the story the mafia alpha blood thirsty sexy Russia males who are ruthless yet felt in love and treat their woman like queens theirs fathers
The bad boys are back and the next round of the V Games is being planned. Whilst including all the previous character we have come to know in the series this installment is Vas and Darya's story. Be prepared for the unexpected, you will think that you have all the answers but don't be mistaken the two K's have some serious secrets they've been hiding up their sleeves and will expose some shocking and disturbing truths.
Darya is an intriguing character, she comes across as meek, mild and weak but underneath she is so strong, having suffered so much and still able to open her heart to Vas.
Vas is less corrupt than most of the men in the series but make no mistakes he is more deadlier and dangerous then all of them put together.
VAS is fast paced and full of action, drama, romance and that gritty rawness Ker Dukey and K Webster usually deliver. I simply could not put this down and sadly its the last story in the series.
I was waiting with bated breath for this 3rd instalment in the V Games and all things Vas,Ven and Vlad and Vas’ story didn’t disappoint. With so many players vying to show just how villainous they are ( of course all of the First Famalies are trying to out do each other, still). We are given all of the answers that peaked our interest throughout the whole series. Of course there is bloodshed, devious acts ( which I loved the most). I will say that Vas and Darya’s story is more on the sweet side but don’t be fooled ny the two K’s. Their wicked minds have out done themselves. Although the V Games might have come to an end I feel it is just the beginning for the Madmen of Moscow. Fingers crossed
The third book in The V Games Series and this is Vas and Darya's story and it's intense as all the other books were. Another great read by these two very talented author's, I enjoyed this story very much; it just didn't wow me like Ven and Diana's story.
You really have to feel for Darya, the poor girl is treated so bad and she is such an innocent young girl, another slave for Yuri to abuse daily, he really is the most horrible man. Darya caught Vas's eye as soon as he saw her and has always felt protective of her even though he doesn't even know her. As usual with these families shocks and suprises are not far behind any of them, and boy do we get some revelations in this book.
I loved how protective Vas was of Darya, he is a much more congenial sort of man than say Vlad, I felt really connected to him. Darya has had a sheltered life living in a convent with the nuns so when she is thrust into the vicious world of the slave trade the poor girl is literally thrown to the wolves, her innocence was endearing but sometimes grated on me.
Once again there is brutality and gore, shocks and revelations, and moments that make you smile to yourself. I didn't feel this book was as intense as say Ven and Diana's book which remains my absolute favourite of the three but still a worthy read. I would love to explore the twins Zakhar & Rodion story, and Alyona - honestly that women is a breath of fresh air in a very dark world, I LOVED her and I absolutely fell for the twins; very intriguing gorgeous men and I feel a book from their perceptive would be a winner, I would love to get to know them better.
All in all a good book and a great series not to be missed !!!!
This series has had me hooked from the first book, I was looking forward to seeing Vas’s story because of the confliction I had felt towards him because of his previous appearances in Vlad and Van, it was kind of a love/hate so many different sides. My hopes for this book? Ker and K smashed it, it was everything. This book was intense, captivating and addictive. I loved how protective Vas was of Darya and the intertwining family connections that continued, even though Yuri kept her as a slave. Like all the women within this series, she has experienced a lot. There were some massive surprises within this book, I adored every moment.
I have read all 3 books and geez I have thoroughly enjoyed them! I recommend that you read Vlad (and Iriana), Ven (and Diana) then Vas (and Darys). This series isn't cutesy romance, although that love element is there in all 3. The viciousness and callous attitudes of some of the secondary characters will make you cringe but the story lines are freaking amazing. I was so gutted to get to the end I even emailed the author asking whether those mad twins would get a storyline! You've read other reviews so get the gist of this series, hence why I haven't given the rundown...this is just my review and that I encourage you to read this series. K&K... thank you for a great ride!
Another great book by these authors. Drama, suspense and steamy scenes filled the pages. I enjoy character development. The heroine, whom as first was a broken and abused girl but with the love and support came out of her shell. Vas in the other books seem a cold heart and mean person but we got to see his softer and caring side. Overall, greatly enjoyed it and SO EXCITED to read Alyona story about her lover/s?