Starla’s November 2022 Reviews

November Reviews

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Exposed By Ella Burns

Exposed (The Tomb #1) By Ella Burns

Genre: Dystopia, Dark Romance, Science Fiction
Content Warnings: Mature Content
POV: 3rd Person, past tense, alternating dual perspective
Heat Gauge: 🔥 🔥 🔥🔥🔥 (5/5)

With a terrible twist of fate, Ana landed in the The Tomb—a prison run by inmatesdisguising herself as a man. The leader of the  Tomb discovers her secret and decides to keep her for himself. However,  Ana has different plans , ones that involve using Ax to escape this hell.

I enjoy reading gritty, dystopian, and steamy romance novels. The very first thing I liked about the book was the gorgeous cover. This narrative intrigued me. We learned about Axle and his coping mechanisms through some of the gangs in the Tomb, and Theo. 

The relationship between Ana and Ax is really fascinating. How the darkness of Ax attracts Ana is passionately portrayed. Ethan was an excellent supporting cast member too.

Overall, I liked the book a lot and loved author Ella Burns’ writing style.

I hope to read more by the author, and recommend lovers of dark romance give it a go.

Kill Order By Tate James

Kill Order (The Guild #3) By Tate James

Genre: Dark Romance, Reverse Harem, M F M
Content Warnings: Mature Content
POV: 3rd Person, past tense, alternating dual perspective
Heat Gauge: 🔥 🔥 🔥🔥🔥 (5/5)

As if the threat level had not given Danny and her guys enough grief, someone high in the ranks of the Guild places a kill order on her head ad releases the worst of the worst from prison. With the worl’s deadliest mercanries out for blood, out party of three bearly have time to catch thier breath as they flee the escalating threats. That is, until they decide to take the fight right to the source.

With each series, author Tate James gets better and better! The final book in the Guild series is action-packed, intense, and full of all the humour and spice you could want.

Even if the betrayals leave you in shock, it is really amazing to observe the emotional development the characters go through in this story.

It was a satisfying way to wrap up the series and Danny’s saga. This is a must read!

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