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Curse of Darkness (Dark Princes of Purgatory Book 2) Kindle Edition
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- ASIN : B0893BBFPT
- Publication date : August 21, 2020
- Language : English
- File size : 3485 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 332 pages
- Page numbers source ISBN : B08FTYH77Y
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #149,447 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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There was something about this witch that spoke to my soul the same way the wind rustling through the leaves in my forests did. The trusted voice that guided me in battle told me to protect her. I didn’t understand it, but I’d never ignored the voice before. - Raegel
Agatha had kept herself and her sister witches hidden for centuries... But the time has come to confront Ophelia, the Blood Queen. It was time to end her reign of blood and death.... Now, if only Agatha had a plan that didn't include dying...
“Every man fears the woman who will tame him. Raegel looks at you as if you are his salvation and damnation. Only time will tell which you truly are.” - Lycidas
Raegel had suffered under the black curse of the Blood Queen for centuries. He had battled the dark, but his will was wearing thin. The sudden appearance of Agatha in his life shatters his hard-won control...
"The light of her soul resembled the moon she showed me in her visions. When she smiled at me or her eyes studied me, I felt her presence on my skin like a tattoo created from emotions." - Raegel
Raegel and Agatha strike sparks off each other, yet something draws them ever closer. Will Raegel and Agatha find a way to defeat Ophelia or will the Blood Queen reign supreme?
Enthralling and intense, you quickly find yourself drawn ever deeper into the realm of Purgatory... Loved it!
" I told you not to leave me" I growled, you also told me you'd follow me to hell". That sums up the whole story right there... I totally, 💯 % recommend this book to anyone who loves a good paranormal romance... Can't wait for the third... Thank you CR Robertson... ❤️❤️❤️
Curse of Darkness hooked me in from the beginning by giving me a glimpse into the past and seeing Agatha and her sister while their mother was still alive. I almost missed who the chapter was about in my eagerness to devour it. LOL! I had to go back real fast and reread it. Then the author shifts to Raegel as his father offers up to Ophelia. Then the story shifts into present-day and races ahead. I love how the author blends pieces of book one into this book so that they are familiar, but not simply repeated. I get the story from Agatha’s viewpoint, but still enjoy the fact that I know what is going to happen in that particular scene. The banter between the characters and family connection is well done and I like how warm it is.
I found Raegel to be an interesting character. There were some moments though in the book of where I’d forget that he’s actually an elf and not a vampire. It’s just some of the actions of him as a character, but then the author reminds me of certain details and then I cement it in my head that he’s an elf. He really comes off as a tortured soul in this book. He is tormented by Ophelia’s curse and the price that she exacts on him to force him to heel. I have to say that I love that the author has Raegel show his heart in unique ways. He does it subtly and in ways not meant to draw attention. Now, he does have his irritating moments, but I can move past them because he does get some payback here and there. LOL!
The relationship between him and Agatha is steamy, to say the least. I love the push and pull that goes on between them and how well they can read each other even before they are mated. True to form this author gives readers a nice dose of steamy with this book. I wouldn’t call it overly graphic, but the detail is there and in all right the places to fuel the imagination all the way.
There is, of course, a spy in the elven midst and the author does a good job at keeping me looking at the wrong character for a whole minute. Also, you can be sure that as this story fills in the gaps to book one with these characters, that we’ll get to find out what happened exactly with the last spy.
This book is an enjoyable story, and the author drops who the next couple will be. I’m looking forward to the next book in this series to find out how they come together and what dangers they will face as Ophelia loses power a piece at a time and only becomes more dangerous in her quest to regain what she has lost. I am rating this book 5 out of 5 stars. If you read the first book and enjoyed it then I am sure that you are going to enjoy this addition to the series.