*I received a free copy of Consume Me from Selfpublished via Publisher. This has in no way influenced my voluntary review, which is honest and unbiased *
Warning: This book includes mature content such as: sexual content, and/or drug and/or alcohol use, and/or violence.
Series: Royal World #3
Published by Selfpublished on 24 June 2019
Genres: Adult, BDSM, Contemporary, Erotica, Mystery, Suspense
I was born a royal. She made me a king.
I can't find my way out of the darkness. Without her, it consumes me. There's nothing I won't risk to reach her—my crown, my family, my life.
Because some love is worth dying for.
They can come for me. They can come for my throne. But I'll take back what's mine if I have to burn this city to the ground...
Experience a breathless race against time in the stunning third novel in the Royal World from New York Times bestselling author Geneva Lee.
Consume Me blew me away! I enjoyed the first two books in Royal World, but this one was really top notch.
In Consume Me, I felt like both Alexander and Clara grew a lot, and there were several good reasons for that. The intrigue was thicker, the betrayals cut deeper, and the ones who could help helped even more than was expected of them.
The political part of Consume Me also appeared more realistic to me, especially with a secret society there to make or break the king. Plus, Alexander finally had to face not only his fears, but his past as well, and that’s something he needed to do.
The suspense and the mystery in Consume me was very well done, and I have to say that now, I can’t help but want more. Some of the things that happened in Cross Me and Claim Me make much more sense now, too.
If you enjoy royal families, political intrigue, hotness and suspense, the whole Royal World series is one you should definitely pick up.
Reading this book contributed to these challenges:
It’s like I want to stay away from BDSM but at the same time I’m intrigued to read more. This series sounds quite interesting!
Genesis @ Whispering Chapters
Neat how you saw the character growth and also how it fit with the earlier stories you read. I’ll have to check these out.
kinda romantic the synopsis, worth the happy ending?