Book Review Two Kingdoms by Kristy Cunning

Nov 202019
 

Two Kingdoms (The Dark Side #3) by Kristy Cunning

I’m getting a little tired of completing my goals, only to have the bar raised too substantially for me to transition at a productive pace…
I started off as a sad little ghost with an impossible crush on four really hot, Gothic guys with some attitude problems. Now I’m The Apocalypse, they’re the Four Horsemen, and Lucifer is my fucked up daddy. Now my additional goals look like this?

Goal #9: Make a deal with the Devil without getting cheated, manipulated, or tricked.

Goal #10: Make my boys love me and take over the world…okay…so maybe just that first part. That second part sounds like it could take too much ambition, and I just don’t have the drive for that.

Goal #11: Make cookies.

Goal #12: Call dibs on my favorite color.

Goal #13: Find out if my siblings or my father killed me and my boys…

**Sexual Content
**Dark humor
**Reverse Harem
**Language warning

Title: Two Kingdoms (The Dark Side Book 3)
Author: Kristy Cunning
Publication Date: June 28th, 2018
Shelves: Contemporary; Romance; Paranormal;
Format: Kindle (211 pages)
Rating: 10/10

In book 3 things start to make sense. A lot of unanswered questions have now answers. We finally know what everybody’s purpose is.

Jahl is a thing that threatens the world, all their worlds and someone needs to be the hero. We now know Paca has something to do with it, but her plan was so secret that even she did not know about it.

She left her riddles and clues as to what to do and we see a lot of hints throughout this book. After reading it the 2nd time and maybe 3rd, I start to see little details that I’ve missed the first time.

This book has been emotional because her relationship with the guys is more equal than it was in their previous lives. She is scared she forced the guys to be with her.

I love that they don’t remember and have to fall in love again and I love that they have to reassure this life as all the others.


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