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The final two Kingdom Series Books as well as Danika's Surprise, a companion novelette and the first sneak peek to the next Kingdom Book. Book 6, The Huntsman's Prey, will spinoff from the Bad Boys and introduce the Dark Princesses. Jinni's Wish: Book 4 A long, long time ago there lived a man. A Jinni, who had one wish. To know love. But the woman he thought he knew betraye The final two Kingdom Series Books as well as Danika's Surprise, a companion novelette and the first sneak peek to the next Kingdom Book. Book 6, The Huntsman's Prey, will spinoff from the Bad Boys and introduce the Dark Princesses. Jinni's Wish: Book 4 A long, long time ago there lived a man. A Jinni, who had one wish. To know love. But the woman he thought he knew betrayed him and the love he thought they shared. Tortured for his crimes, he was cast out of Kingdom, stripped of all his powers, left to langour in pain and solitude, until eventually he becomes nothing but a ghost... Paz Lopez is an artist with a dream. To buy a ridiculously large penthouse in the swankiest section of Chicago. But there's just one hitch, she has no man to share her dream with. A fateful visit to a carnival and Madam Pandora's tent sends Paz on a mission to find the love of her life before it's too late. But the Madam forgot to tell Paz one very important detail... to meet him, Paz will have to die first. Hook's Pan: Book 5 Trishelle Page has known pain in her life, but instead of it making her weak, she's stronger. Confident. That is until the day a fairy kidnaps her during her starring role in Peter Pan's play and tells her not only do fairy tales exist, but that she's the soulmate of the pirate they call Hook, making her question everything she ever thought she knew. Captain James Hook is a man at the end of his rope. He's not the villainous bastard tales have made him out to be. So when the feisty blonde drops literally at his feet, he aims to prove it to her. If only to get her into his bed. What neither one knows is that fate and magic are conspiring and they can deny the attraction all they want but their happily ever after is already written, it's just a matter of getting there.


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The final two Kingdom Series Books as well as Danika's Surprise, a companion novelette and the first sneak peek to the next Kingdom Book. Book 6, The Huntsman's Prey, will spinoff from the Bad Boys and introduce the Dark Princesses. Jinni's Wish: Book 4 A long, long time ago there lived a man. A Jinni, who had one wish. To know love. But the woman he thought he knew betraye The final two Kingdom Series Books as well as Danika's Surprise, a companion novelette and the first sneak peek to the next Kingdom Book. Book 6, The Huntsman's Prey, will spinoff from the Bad Boys and introduce the Dark Princesses. Jinni's Wish: Book 4 A long, long time ago there lived a man. A Jinni, who had one wish. To know love. But the woman he thought he knew betrayed him and the love he thought they shared. Tortured for his crimes, he was cast out of Kingdom, stripped of all his powers, left to langour in pain and solitude, until eventually he becomes nothing but a ghost... Paz Lopez is an artist with a dream. To buy a ridiculously large penthouse in the swankiest section of Chicago. But there's just one hitch, she has no man to share her dream with. A fateful visit to a carnival and Madam Pandora's tent sends Paz on a mission to find the love of her life before it's too late. But the Madam forgot to tell Paz one very important detail... to meet him, Paz will have to die first. Hook's Pan: Book 5 Trishelle Page has known pain in her life, but instead of it making her weak, she's stronger. Confident. That is until the day a fairy kidnaps her during her starring role in Peter Pan's play and tells her not only do fairy tales exist, but that she's the soulmate of the pirate they call Hook, making her question everything she ever thought she knew. Captain James Hook is a man at the end of his rope. He's not the villainous bastard tales have made him out to be. So when the feisty blonde drops literally at his feet, he aims to prove it to her. If only to get her into his bed. What neither one knows is that fate and magic are conspiring and they can deny the attraction all they want but their happily ever after is already written, it's just a matter of getting there.

30 review for Kingdom Series Chronicles: Part 2

  1. 5 out of 5

    Katie Kight

    I obsessed with all things kingdom! I started out reading calypso and Hades story and went thru all those before realizing I missed the whole beginning. Woo all these are prequels to me. Normally with books that doesn't work for me, I'm a stickler for order, but I have loved every second of every book thru all of kingdom and the many characters. I literally just bought all of them so I know I can just keeping reading back to back to back. I know there are a few grammar errors here and there but I obsessed with all things kingdom! I started out reading calypso and Hades story and went thru all those before realizing I missed the whole beginning. Woo all these are prequels to me. Normally with books that doesn't work for me, I'm a stickler for order, but I have loved every second of every book thru all of kingdom and the many characters. I literally just bought all of them so I know I can just keeping reading back to back to back. I know there are a few grammar errors here and there but honestly it doesn't take away at all from the story and I can just envision the author being as swept up in the writing as much as I am am in reading them so I definitely get it. Anywho as always a definite must read and added to my mental list of favorites. I can't wait to finish the rest of these stories. With that said, I'm off to read more. Happy Reading 📚💜

  2. 4 out of 5

    Stephanie Bolen

    Jinni was a miss I'm sorry but I couldn't help picturing Robin Williams' Genie, especially when she kept insisting he was blue. The premise that he was fading was a weak one anyway. But how else are you to explain an all powerful being limiting themselves to a mortal existence. Hook's story was miles better and of course I loved Alice and Hatter. Jinni was a miss I'm sorry but I couldn't help picturing Robin Williams' Genie, especially when she kept insisting he was blue. The premise that he was fading was a weak one anyway. But how else are you to explain an all powerful being limiting themselves to a mortal existence. Hook's story was miles better and of course I loved Alice and Hatter.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Kristel Jaramillo

    Love it I love this series, kingdom is an awesome place. And Dannika is beautiful, i really love her and all her boys!!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Charlotte

    After reading the first book I had to instantly download the second, and I wasn’t disappointed. What a fantastic twist on the old fairy tales, mixing reality and fantasy together.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Tanya

    After reviewing the first KINGDOM collection, I immediately purchased this book because I had to know what happened to the last two bad boys and their mates. And I was not disappointed. I loved Marie Hall's magical world and her imagination, and these stories were pretty good regardless of some typos. In this collection, there're three stories in total: -- JINNI'S WISH ★★★★★ The opening of this story caught my full attention. A mysterious fortune telling, a handsome stranger on the airplane, and the After reviewing the first KINGDOM collection, I immediately purchased this book because I had to know what happened to the last two bad boys and their mates. And I was not disappointed. I loved Marie Hall's magical world and her imagination, and these stories were pretty good regardless of some typos. In this collection, there're three stories in total: -- JINNI'S WISH ★★★★★ The opening of this story caught my full attention. A mysterious fortune telling, a handsome stranger on the airplane, and the crash scene. The plane crash actually scared me senseless because the scene seemed so real with all the details the author provided. I really liked the idea of Jinni revealing his dark secrets to a half-dead/half-living Paz. For some reason the scene setting seemed kind of romantic to me despite the characters' predicament. They were stuck in a place between life and dead, and they had to overcome their own fears and weakness to break through so they could actually live a real life. The story dragged a little bit in the middle part, but the plot in general was still intriguing. I was so happy for Paz and Jinni when they finally got their happy ending. -- HOOK'S PAN ★★★★★ A pleasant read. In this collection, this story is my favorite. The plot was complicated but easy to understand, the worldbuilding and related details were vivid and believable, and the characters were all very well written. I adored Trisha, I loved Hook, I admired Danika, and I hated Pan so much while reading this tale that I almost broke my e-reader. I cared for the characters deeply, thus the emotional roller coaster I experienced as the story unfolded was really something. I laughed and cried and sighed until I reached the very last page of this beautiful tale. -- DANIKA'S SURPRISE ★★★★☆ Alice and Hatter are my favorite characters in Marie Hall's KINGDOM series, so it was a nice surprise to see their lovely daughter make her first appearance. This short story is more like a prequel to the author's DARK PRINCESS story line. I loved Alice and Hatter when I read their heart-wrenching love story in HER MAD HATTER, but I felt very little love for their perfect daughter. I prefer characters with flaws, and this beautiful little girl (who happened to be cursed by the moon) that got everyone's love and attention only made me think of Renesmee Cullen from BREAKING DAWN. And since I never liked Renesmee, this lovely daughter of Wonderland only got on my nerves. But the story in general was still good. I just didn't like this typical "perfect girl with a dark past/a beautiful damsel in distress" thing. -- CONCLUSION: I had a good time reading the Big Bad Five's love stories. Marie Hall created an enchanting magical world which could easily draw readers in. I may not continue reading the following DARK PRINCESS series since I'm not really that interested in Kingdom's bad boys' kids, and I fear the next generation's story might ruin the happy ending I've engraved in my mind for now. Maybe I'll change my mind when I need to feed my Kindle some more fantasy romances in the future.

  6. 5 out of 5

    annette colon

    Naughty Boys Need Love Too I read part one and just loved the story and the characters. Part two is even better. The first story brings Tristan aka the genie and artist Paz Lopez. It reveals the genies origins and and how this spunky artist enters his life and makes it worth while. The next story is Hook's Pan and it shows everything is not what it seems. Peter Pan is a spoiled,snot nose, smelly psychopath. Tinkerbell is not a nice fairy, she has spoiled Peter Pan rotten and has no control over hi Naughty Boys Need Love Too I read part one and just loved the story and the characters. Part two is even better. The first story brings Tristan aka the genie and artist Paz Lopez. It reveals the genies origins and and how this spunky artist enters his life and makes it worth while. The next story is Hook's Pan and it shows everything is not what it seems. Peter Pan is a spoiled,snot nose, smelly psychopath. Tinkerbell is not a nice fairy, she has spoiled Peter Pan rotten and has no control over him and the lost boys and she still protects the brat. The ones you really root for are Captain James Hook ( one of Danika's bad boys) and Trishelle Paige. This bad boy has been wounded by Pan to The point of insanity ( the brat killed the woman he loved). To save Hook Danika brings Trishelle to Kingdom. The moment they meet sparks fly (and we're not talking about the nice ones). Hook almost kills her and Trish wants to drop kick him off the ship. Trish has had a hard life. The person she loved most, her sister killed herself and her parents ( people that should not be married to each other) don't speak to her. The only person left that she cares about is her best friend Betty ( Betty is in the story Gerard's Beauty). Betty has been acting a little off lately and when she finds out the reason why Trish flips out. Betty can't convince Trish the truth about kingdom or the fact that she's Hooks' mate in comes Danika. Out of all the couple's she's united, Hook and Trish are the hardest ones yet. Hook and Trish are two wounded souls that have closed themselves off to love. Danika has her work cut out for her. If she can't get them together Trish will never find true love and Hook will lose his life. In Danika's Surprise, the fairy godmother brings Hatter and Alices' daughter to the world and what she has to do to save her. The last story called the Moon's Flower is just a taste of the next story in the kingdom series.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Mare

    Jinni's Wish: Book 4 Jinni has been punished for a wrong he did many, many years ago. He's at the end of caring to live so Danika is set out to save him. Enter Paz an artist from Chicago. She longs to be a famous artist but more importantly she longs for the kind of love her brother has with Todd. She wants her own Todd. On an outing with the two to a carnival the fortune teller tells her her "Todd" is in Alaska & she needs to leave NOW or he'll die...she misses a few more important warning but t Jinni's Wish: Book 4 Jinni has been punished for a wrong he did many, many years ago. He's at the end of caring to live so Danika is set out to save him. Enter Paz an artist from Chicago. She longs to be a famous artist but more importantly she longs for the kind of love her brother has with Todd. She wants her own Todd. On an outing with the two to a carnival the fortune teller tells her her "Todd" is in Alaska & she needs to leave NOW or he'll die...she misses a few more important warning but that'll ruin the story for you. Jinni & Paz meet but Jinni is rather cynical about deserving love. His story was kinda heart wrenching. Their romance wasn't quick but it was sweet. Hook's Pan: Book 5 Trish is Betty's best friend from the library (Book #2). On the outside she's funny & witty but that's just to cover how pessimistic she's been since her older sister's death. So when Betty & Gerard show up to prep her about her soul mate in Kingdom...she thinks they're crazy. SO Danika just sweeps her away to Kingdom to meet James Hook. James has been depressed since Pan killed his Soul mate 100 years ago, for no reason and now Danika drops Trish at him claiming she's his soul mate , impossible he believes, but there's parts of his beloved's death Danika never told him. Now it's up to two pessimistic people to believe Love is possible in 3 days. Their banter was funny. Their desire to not want to love anyone was endearing. Definitely two people who deserve love but are fearful of being hurt, again. Danika's Surprise (Novella) A quick read that launches the Princess series with Alice & The Hatter's daughter and her tale. Doesn't sound like it'll be a happy one, but I hope it ends happy.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Alexandra

    I was already hooked on Marie Hall's Kingdom by reading the first three stories of her grown-up fairytale series and so I simply had to have the next books too. I was not disappointed - she topped all my expectations! In this bundle you find two complete books and a novella and I enjoyed every page I read. Jinni is a hero that had to fall before he could rise and it was heartbreaking to see him struggle. His heroine, Paz, is a strong woman, not easily subdued by whatever life throws at her and t I was already hooked on Marie Hall's Kingdom by reading the first three stories of her grown-up fairytale series and so I simply had to have the next books too. I was not disappointed - she topped all my expectations! In this bundle you find two complete books and a novella and I enjoyed every page I read. Jinni is a hero that had to fall before he could rise and it was heartbreaking to see him struggle. His heroine, Paz, is a strong woman, not easily subdued by whatever life throws at her and together they make a powerful lovestory, left me with stars in my eyes. And Captain Hook? I always knew he wasn't as bad as they made him to be. How Marie Hall twists the Peter Pan story into something totally different and just as compelling for grown-ups as the children's story was to me when I was young - that is truly awesome. Plus I get a very special treat - a story telling more about Danika, my most-loved fairy godmother of them all. She's spunky, she's powerful, she's all woman and not afraid to do what has to be done. And it is a perfect teaser for the amazing books to come: The stories of the Dark Princesses, the daughters of the original five Bad Boys - all of whom found love and happiness with Danika's help. I am sure if you are done with it you will be just as hooked as I am and reading on will simply be the only thing to do ;) Thanks, Marie Hall, for sharing this wonderful world with us!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Jilly

    How do you bring a Jinni with no corporeal form to a human girl to fall in love? Great question right? And yet Hall manages it quite nicely making Paz and Jinni's love story soar through the cosmos and bring a wonderful story to life. Jinni is disillusioned by the life he's led and is fading away from life. Paz is an aspiring artist with dreams of love and happiness. Danika, Jinni's fairy godmother, can only point the proud Jinni in the direction of true love and hope that two souls realized they How do you bring a Jinni with no corporeal form to a human girl to fall in love? Great question right? And yet Hall manages it quite nicely making Paz and Jinni's love story soar through the cosmos and bring a wonderful story to life. Jinni is disillusioned by the life he's led and is fading away from life. Paz is an aspiring artist with dreams of love and happiness. Danika, Jinni's fairy godmother, can only point the proud Jinni in the direction of true love and hope that two souls realized they are meant for happily ever after. Why does Hook hate Pan so much? Maybe the stories have it all wrong and Hook isn't quite as bad as he seems. Hall gives us a Hook who isn't afraid to be a pirate but has a code of honor that normally prevents him from harming women and children with the exclusion of Peter Pan, the brat who destroyed his world. Trishelle is Betty's (from Gerard's Beauty) best friend and when her turn for Kingdom comes up she is less than enthusiastic and yet once she's there she can't deny her attraction to the gruff pirate. Trishelle has had a lot of heartache in her life and the very idea of love seems more like a death sentence than happiness but the more time she spends with Captain Hook the less she fears true love. Both great stories with a wonderful sneak peak of two more stories.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Shaly

    I enjoyed Jinni's and Hook's stories. That Peter Pan was a beastly little thing eh? I still think Ms. Hall does a great job with these fairy tale stories and characters, I like how she doesn't stick to the norm and makes them so different yet entertaining and sexy as hell to read. Jinni's story was so sad but beautiful, him and Paz complimented each other so well. I loved how he took her dancing on the stars, that was so sweet! Hook's story was enjoyable as well, though a bit frustrating with Tri I enjoyed Jinni's and Hook's stories. That Peter Pan was a beastly little thing eh? I still think Ms. Hall does a great job with these fairy tale stories and characters, I like how she doesn't stick to the norm and makes them so different yet entertaining and sexy as hell to read. Jinni's story was so sad but beautiful, him and Paz complimented each other so well. I loved how he took her dancing on the stars, that was so sweet! Hook's story was enjoyable as well, though a bit frustrating with Trish being so stubborn about her situation. Even when she knew she didn't want to leave she was still planning on leaving, it just annoys me when women make an easy situation so complicated. There were a few grammatical errors, not enough to make this a DNF but enough to distract me a bit and I was super confused with the name of Gerard/Betty and Hatter/Alice daughters! In Hook's epilogue, Trish mentions Betty gave birth to a little girl named Chrysalis Caron, then in Danika's Surprise, Dani named Alice's daughter Chrysalis but refers to Betty's daughter as Shayera, see how confusing that is? Overall, two very good reads, including Danika's Surprise that leads to another set of books in the Kingdom series but is part of the new Dark Princess Saga!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Lauren

    OVERALL: 3 stars Jinni's Wish (Kingdom #4) - 3 stars Paz has a chance to find her one true love and she thinks it's all over when she has an accident and ends up in a coma. Little did she know the man of her dreams would end up being her one true love. Jinni's tale was incredibly sad to hear. The development of jinni and Paz' relationship did not ring true for me. I didn't feel the connection between them that I wanted. Hook's Pan (Kingdom #5) - 3 stars A wonderful retelling of the classics Peter OVERALL: 3 stars Jinni's Wish (Kingdom #4) - 3 stars Paz has a chance to find her one true love and she thinks it's all over when she has an accident and ends up in a coma. Little did she know the man of her dreams would end up being her one true love. Jinni's tale was incredibly sad to hear. The development of jinni and Paz' relationship did not ring true for me. I didn't feel the connection between them that I wanted. Hook's Pan (Kingdom #5) - 3 stars A wonderful retelling of the classics Peter Pan story with a lovely bad boy twist. Just as in the last fairytale installments of the Kingdom series Marie Hall does a fantastic job bringing in the characters unique and individual personalities. The twists on the classic Disney interpreted bad boys is thrilling. Hook was my favorite character in this book even though I felt bad for him I didn’t pity him and was drawn in by his oh so alluring charm. The only thing I got caught on was that some parts flew by while others tended to linger on; the flow of the story was a bit choppy for me. This was overall another whimsical read in the series.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Laurie

    Don't bother. Another good idea killed by poor writing skills. This, as a friend noted, is like bad "Once Upon a Time" fan fiction. The author is badly in need of a dictionary. She uses "miasma" to describe a cloud of rainbows and "langour" when the context clearly implied "languish" (as one might do in a prison cell). There is no rhyme or reason to the instances when she breaks her own world-making rules. She states that the world her characters come from is a different planet, then tells us in Don't bother. Another good idea killed by poor writing skills. This, as a friend noted, is like bad "Once Upon a Time" fan fiction. The author is badly in need of a dictionary. She uses "miasma" to describe a cloud of rainbows and "langour" when the context clearly implied "languish" (as one might do in a prison cell). There is no rhyme or reason to the instances when she breaks her own world-making rules. She states that the world her characters come from is a different planet, then tells us in the next breath that one of their natives is "French". There's suspension of disbelief; but not without plausibility. Her rule-breaking lacks the internal logic necessary to suspend disbelief, leaving the reader instead with incredulity and disappointment. I gave up before I finished the first story. Having slogged through the previous volume hoping things would improve by this one, it was just too painful to continue. I rarely give up on a read, even when less than thrilled with it. But this was so poorly written I just could not make myself do it.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Jeanne Walz

    This collection consisted of two stories and one short story. It is a great value for the three. Book 4: The use of Paz's artistic abilities to bring back Jinni's self worth was a beautiful way for her to connect with him. However, I was not convinced of her being swept up and madly in love with him. Also, the imagery of the stars and light of the universe was a little too much for me. Overall, it was a good read and would still recommend this series. Book 5: I loved the bravado of both Trisha a This collection consisted of two stories and one short story. It is a great value for the three. Book 4: The use of Paz's artistic abilities to bring back Jinni's self worth was a beautiful way for her to connect with him. However, I was not convinced of her being swept up and madly in love with him. Also, the imagery of the stars and light of the universe was a little too much for me. Overall, it was a good read and would still recommend this series. Book 5: I loved the bravado of both Trisha and Hook. They were so alike in many ways that there was no doubt this story would end without a hitch. Book 5.5: Wow! That was really not fair how it ended! My jaw dropped and I looked at my ebook thinking "Wait! What?!" I guess you will know what happens to Chrysa in a future book.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Vee

    These books were both great reads. Jinni's book was much different from the others in how he got to know his mate. I was rooting for them from the beginning and am so glad everything turned out great in the end. Hook's book was probably one of my favorites in this series! Trisha had her work cut out for her as did Hook. Both had been hurt in the past and to watch them grow together and fall in love was amazing! I look forward to seeing more of them and meeting their daughter :D I do hope Smee get These books were both great reads. Jinni's book was much different from the others in how he got to know his mate. I was rooting for them from the beginning and am so glad everything turned out great in the end. Hook's book was probably one of my favorites in this series! Trisha had her work cut out for her as did Hook. Both had been hurt in the past and to watch them grow together and fall in love was amazing! I look forward to seeing more of them and meeting their daughter :D I do hope Smee gets a book, I liked him lol! Danika's Surprise was sad, but telling of how the princesses series was going to go. I hope everything works out for Chrysalis.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Alexandria Lewis

    Well.. Had an interesting plot line but some were quite the same stories just slightly different. All female characters had a tragic back story, male had sleep with many before, grammar and a few other things were off. Some facts were threw off for instance Gerards and Betty's child was named Chrysalis and then Alice and Batter's ended up getting named that just for the first to get changed. BUT I still enjoyed the stories. Maybe the author may want to see about a better editor (no offence) but v Well.. Had an interesting plot line but some were quite the same stories just slightly different. All female characters had a tragic back story, male had sleep with many before, grammar and a few other things were off. Some facts were threw off for instance Gerards and Betty's child was named Chrysalis and then Alice and Batter's ended up getting named that just for the first to get changed. BUT I still enjoyed the stories. Maybe the author may want to see about a better editor (no offence) but very good stories.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Katherine

    Marie Hall continues to keep me enthralled with her story telling. We have heard the stories of other princes, princess, fairies and more. She weaves her tails about the forgotten characters that are mentioned from other stories and creates a more appealing Wonderland. Looking forward to every story she writes.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Relina Skye

    Marie Hall does an amazing job with the next set of books from the Kingdom Series. If you like fairy tales with a modern day twist, steamy romances, and a touch of original plot twists, then you'll love her books! Marie Hall does an amazing job with the next set of books from the Kingdom Series. If you like fairy tales with a modern day twist, steamy romances, and a touch of original plot twists, then you'll love her books!

  18. 4 out of 5

    J

    Interesting continuation of the series. The conclusion of Jini and Hook's stories had me hanging on every word. Even with the teasers at the end of the following stories involving the children of the Bad Five definitely makes a person want to continue the series. Interesting continuation of the series. The conclusion of Jini and Hook's stories had me hanging on every word. Even with the teasers at the end of the following stories involving the children of the Bad Five definitely makes a person want to continue the series.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Heather

    Kingdom rock with hot....... I've read this series before, and really didn't think I would revisit it. However, it was as entertaining this time as it was the first time. I honestly think I enjoyed it more because I was able to pick up some stuff I had missed the first time. Kingdom rock with hot....... I've read this series before, and really didn't think I would revisit it. However, it was as entertaining this time as it was the first time. I honestly think I enjoyed it more because I was able to pick up some stuff I had missed the first time.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Candra Hodge

    More great spins on fairy tales I grew up on as a child. The books provide strong heroines and great love stories with a little erotica thrown in. I highly recommend any book in this series.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Goge (BARRONS) le Moning Maniac,

    I'll come back n review I'll come back n review

  22. 5 out of 5

    terri youell

    awesome series This series has you captivated from the first word....you learn to love the bad boys of the kingdom just as much as the "heros" awesome series This series has you captivated from the first word....you learn to love the bad boys of the kingdom just as much as the "heros"

  23. 5 out of 5

    Apiffanie Luce

    Still entranced! I'm still glued to these characters...Marie Hall you write them so well I feel like a 'Kingdom' addict :) Thank you Still entranced! I'm still glued to these characters...Marie Hall you write them so well I feel like a 'Kingdom' addict :) Thank you

  24. 5 out of 5

    Paige

    I loved both of these books. So far I love the entire series.

  25. 5 out of 5

    ToriLynn

    VERY adult. Well written

  26. 4 out of 5

    Victoria

    I enjoyed the 4th and 5th book more than the first three. The writing style and plot seemed to have developed. It was easier to connect to the characters.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer

    The bad boys are behind me. I so want one of my own! Danika, please guide me to one! Now on to the daughters, daddies' little girls. The bad boys are behind me. I so want one of my own! Danika, please guide me to one! Now on to the daughters, daddies' little girls.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Shelly Enstrom

    LOVED THOSE BAD BOYS

  29. 4 out of 5

    Nichole K. Multunas

  30. 4 out of 5

    April Elizabeth

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