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- Publisher: Ink Spark Press (June 13, 2018)
- Publication Date: June 13, 2018
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B07C6L86B4
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Consort of Pain: A Paranormal Reverse Harem Novel (The Witch's Consorts Book 3) Kindle Edition
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Book three picks up where book two ended. They are still on the run and trying to find a solution so that the Witching Assembly would leave them alone. In this book, so much comes to light about all the questions that have been brought up.
Read to find out what happens. Can't wait to read the next book by this author. I voluntarily reviewed this book and this review is my own opinion.
I love Eva Chase, she is such an amazing writer. Consort of Pain was an action-packed, fast-paced, amazingly witchy ride. I cannot tell you how much I enjoyed this book and I am a little surprised with myself, at how much I like the steamy action as well.
Consort of Pain pretty much picks up right where the previous book, Consort of Thorns, left off. Rose and they guys are in trouble, the Assembly has them and it's not a pleasant situation all the way around because after they escape (it happens at the beginning so pardon the slight spoiler... but come on) Rose starts to become more of the badass-witch I thought she could be and keeps the Assembly on their toes. Now the gang has to stop the Assembly from coming after them and tearing them apart or worse.
Now on to the good stuff, I never thought I would be the person that likes the "super-hot/on-fire" type of sexy romances but apparently I do when they are supernatural/paranormal. I love the relationship between Rose and all her guys, as the story goes on I can see how she has different interactions with each of them how her relationship with each one is something special a different. I mean we are talking about five guys with very different personalities, thinking patterns and life-experience, which makes Rose's relationship with each one different but there is also a cohesive relationship between all of them that I like. The guys love Rose and want her to be happy but they grew-up with the other guys and see them as brothers (heck two of them are brothers) and they care about their well-being as well and if Rose makes them happy and they make her happy everyone is in general okay.
Consort of Pain is still a multiple pov and I get to see things from all the guys pov at one point and I am a sucker for it. I love seeing things from their angle, how they truly feel about the situation, how they feel about Rose and magic. I can't pick... this happens to me more often than not, there will be a love triangle and I can't pick (another reason for a reverse harem, you don't have to 😉). I like all the guys but two of them really stand out for me and I am not saying I'm choosing but I lean towards Gaberiel and Kyler more. Gabe is the strong, dependable, level head one, a leader while Ky has to research everything, tech savy (that could be so useful to me you don't even know) and is so excited about things that he is just adorable.
While Rose does have the guys around her she is actually really starting to come into her own in, after years of being controlled by her parents she is starting to make decisions not only for herself but for the others as well. Also with the Assembly chasing them more and more magic is being used and I loved getting to see Rose do some major magic to help protect herself and those that she loves.
Consort of Pain was a quick read that I just gobbled up. I mean with the action, magically duels, family secrets coming to light, the truth behind the madness that is the Assembly and what they are really up too, made this new adult quite enjoyable to read plus the magic and all the hot guys don't hurt. I am so excited for the next book, Consort of Fire. I cannot even begin to guess what will happen next but I look forward to finding out.
COP was a very quick read for me. There's not a lot of downtime for Rose and the boys, so the action moves along pretty swiftly. Despite its speed, the action is smooth and easy to follow. Their escape from the council takes them to some new settings and even brings in some new characters that I'm sure we'll be seeing again in the next book.
Rose and the boys are doing as well as ever despite their recent troubles. They continue to strengthen their bond with her as well as each other. I think that was really my favorite part of this particular installment; I felt like Rose was pretty securely attached to each of her consorts, but I liked to see the little conversations between the boys, little bonding moments that help to tie them back to each other as a family and not just through the love of the same woman.
There's enough romance that I think most readers won't be disappointed. I mean, let's be honest- they're on the run. While they do need to keep Rose's spark lit, so she's able to do magic, the fugitive lifestyle isn't conducive to a lot of intimate time. So, realistically, I think it just made sense to the plot that there might not be as much as the second book.
Overall, this was a solid entry into the series. There are some big problems on the horizon- like a hydra, when they cut off one head, two more pop up in its place. There's some open-ended issues from Rose's father's sinister intentions for her, and Consort of Pain also opens up a dark doorway into what the council has really been up to all this time.