POV: 3rd Person, past tense, alternating dual perspective
This book is an interesting retelling of the classic Lion King. The author did a great job of establishing the toxic relationship between the brothers and her writing style is gripping. I particularly loved the dark and twisted chemistry that simmers between the main characters.
I really enjoyed author Emily McIntire’s take on this story and how she presented the old wine in a new bottle.
I highly recommend this book for anyone who enjoys reading dark, retellings.
POV: 3rd person, past tense, alternating dual perspective
Navigating through love and adolescence is not easy, especially for Dakota who loves three impossible boys: the stepbrother, the boyfriend’s best friend, and the sister’s ex. The third installment of the Lost Daughter of a Serial Killer series tells Dakota’s struggles to deal with her serial killer dad’s endless games while navigating her biological mother’s idiosyncrasies Not to mention the reappearance of her kidnapper, a woman she thought was her mother.
I have read both previous titles in the series and couldn’t wait for this book to release. It is an amazing follow-up, and I finished this page-turner quickly. Though the name suggests that it may be the last book in the series, I warn you it is not. Expect a doozey of a cliffhanger. Hopefully the next (and last book in the series) will answer all my questions. Bring it on!
I love this series and highly recommend it to anyone who enjoys dark romance and mystery books.