Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Charles (Darkness #8) by K.F. Breene

The FINAL BOOK in the series!

Charles is a guy that likes to play the field. He's highly sought after in the Mansion, both for his prowess, and his position. He's content to stay the playboy for life, too, steeped in the culture in which he was raised.

That is, until he finds himself on a mission with Ann, trying to figure out why shifters are mysteriously going missing. Suddenly things that were so clear cut, get muddled.

When Ann succumbs to the danger that is plaguing her kind, all bets are off.


On the edge of my seat….
I love this series and I am so sad to see it go. Though, I do hope that the author will follow through and give Tim his time to shine in his own book.  
If you like action, evil scientists, sexual tension and a good dose of humor - you will love this book. I have read each book in the Darkness series and fallen in love with all of the characters. I was so happy to see that Charles would finally get his day. He is the annoying little brother character, but in actuality he is sexy, buff and deliciously tatted up.

It’s no secret that Charles and Ann (a mountain lion shifter) are going to hook up. The tension between these two has been floating around since Ann’s introduction in this series. I was jazzed to see that the plot of this book had nothing to do with Vampire society. It was strictly shifter drama. I was also jazzed to get a mini reunion with Stefan, Jonas, Sasha, and the rest of the crew. Once again I cannot believe this is [maybe] the end.  In this book you get to see Charles stand on his own without help from Jameson, Sasha or Jonas. In all of the other books you know that Charles can hold his own, being leader of the Watch he had to, but as of yet the reader hasn’t really seen it. Until now.  Charles is a bad ass AND his sexual reputation is definitely deserved. 

UPDATE: Per the author this will be the last of the Darkness series. I am heartbroken because I have fallen in love with characters, their struggles, and the general environment of this series. I understand the need to move on and let characters BE, but in the words of a fangirl teen “BUT I LOVE THEM” :sniffle sniffle: Maybe with a great deal of badgering KFB will give us Tim’s story. 


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