Friday, July 7, 2017

Random Double Review: Kingdom Series Volume 1 & 2 by RJ Scott #Review #Giveaway

Author: RJ Scott
Books: Kingdom Volume 1 & 2
Publisher: Love Lane Books
Publications date: June 2017
Length: 155,400 words

Reviewed by Morningstar

Synopsis (Volume One)

The Vampire Contract
A vampire guilty of murder on the run from justice to prove his innocence. A werewolf sent to retrieve him with one thought – that only the guilty run.
The Guilty Werewolf
Declan Finlay is hunting the guilty werewolf, his friend Connor. The incubus, Levi Tiernan, is his companion on the hunt. If Declan doesn't track and kill Connor, then Levi will.
The Warlock’s Secret
In a world where magic is rare, Joseph Jamieson is a holder of power. Orophin Tiwele, or Phin to his friends, is the son of the Elf King and has magic of his own. The rules say two supernatural beings with magic cannot be together and Joseph and Phin have lived by that rule despite their attraction to each other.

Volume Two

The Demon’s Blood
When Simeon is wounded Asher hides him and suddenly, next to a king's death, a cousin's hate, and Ludvik's black magic, love falls on the agenda.
Surely love must wait, when there is an entire kingdom at stake?
The Incubus Agenda
When Nicholas Tarrant sees a broken and bloody Brody Lennox dragged into the Werewolf Coalition he has to decide. Stay under cover or help the incubus live. His decision is simple.
The Third Kingdom
The story that began as a simple Retriever case has become the tale of the fight against a thousand years of evil.
In a battle on the barren fields of Arberfan is where this story will end.


As someone who is a fan of paranormal books I’m always looking for a new and interesting story to read. Sometimes that is the typical woven into a new package but other times it’s finding a story that puts a new twist on the typical and gives it a whole new life. RJ Scott succeeded in that for these stories.

Each story was like a piece to a puzzle. By finishing one you were another step closer to completing it and seeing the whole picture. Each character's story that was brought to life was not just about the love they would find but the strength they would gain to stand and fight against the evil that was in the way of peace and equality for every species.

RJ Scott has written some of my favorite characters and she did it here giving me even more to love in a long list. Phin and Joseph were probably one of my top favorite couples. Their competing personalities were fun to watch interact, both strong willed and so in love with the other. I will admit to struggling a bit when it came to them since Joseph had been nursing a broken heart before. Each species in this type of trope have the norms that get written but here RJ took some of those norms and turned them upside down giving the human side of the wolves more say in their relationship, making vampires less cold hearted, and making the incubus magical in their own right.

The story was fun and cute, intense and action packed, but also sexy and romantic. I have my favorite couples in the six stories but I loved them all. Each were unique in their telling but important to the overarching storyline Although I had some big issues with some head hoping that happened here and there overall the story was well written


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