Didn't I Warn You

by Amber A Bardan

 

For the first book in the series this got off to good start.

When it comes to being categorised I think it is safe to say that this is a fairly dark read but it is not going to have you diving behind the chair for cover! It has some serious twists and turns so I would suggest that you pay close attention to the little details.

I read this fairly quickly and that was because the story was one that just didn’t seem to want to wait, it demanded my attention.

The story is about Angelina and Haithem, I liked both of them but if I had to pick a favourite it would be Haithem, I loved the fact that he was so deliciously dark and complicated.

The author pitched his alpha tendencies to absolute perfection, I got the fact that he was more than capable of bringing Angelina the sort of physical pleasure that she seemed to desire without being an out and out dom. He was so self-assured that at times he was an a** but he didn’t suffer fools and was used to getting his own way. Angelina was about to be schooled Haithem style and one way or another this man was always going to bring her to her knees.

Angelina was sick of playing second fiddle, sick of being the afterthought, it was time for her to not only put herself first but to find a man to treat her the same way, but god forbid, she had no idea what she was getting into with Haithem.

The chemistry between the two of them was off the charts but their situation was far from straight forward.

Told primarily from Angelina POV, while I found that she wasn’t specifically difficult to get to grips with, I think I just found her a little to plain. I know that sounds cruel but for me, compared to Haithem she was always going to be that step behind.

Well written, with some contemporary twists and stunningly descriptive paragraphs, this is a story that will not only wet your appetite for the rest of the series but will also have you read to flip back to the first page and re-read immediately.

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