King of Flesh and Bone: a Dark Fantasy Romance
A god obsessed. A woman who can't escape his love.As old as time, born from nothing, I command the forsaken remnants of all that once lived. Bone shapes the kingdom over which I rule, and the rotting flesh of man does my bidding. Sequestered away from mortals, I long for warmth, but everything I touch is cold.Except for her, the woman who stumbles into the shadowed depths of the Pale Court. In her reluctant embrace, Ada calls me the devil, so I show her pleasure like only the devil can.?I am the heat that rouses her flesh.I am the longing that trembles her bone.?No matter how she hisses defiance, her body was made to obey my every desire. I am its master, no matter her wish to flee my dark, cold kingdom. Ada will never escape my devotion. Bone will shackle her to me for eternity.?Because immortality is loneliness in disguise. A curse I cannot bear suffering alone any longer, so I lock Ada away behind doors guarded by corpses, forcing her to carry it with me forevermore.Welcome to the Pale Court, my Queen.
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"So I devoured this book, but I still don’t know what the hell is happening or why it’s happening. I mean I get sibling rivalry but why are Enosh and Eilam (prob spelled that wrong) at each other’s necks? I’m sure the second book, better, explain it. The spice is, good, however the initial circumstances under which it happens, not my favorite, but that’s a me not a Liz Vander thing. Overall, the character building does take place towards the end, and we are left, wondering on a a bloody cliff, with Ada hanging by the thread of her life, to what? We don’t know.. I feel like we get to know best little of why Enosh is the way he is, but not enough for it to make sense. Did Njala really do what he thinks she did? Or was Yarin behind it somehow? Yes another brother .. a threesome depicting sibling conflicted relationships in the worse way possible. I don’t know, maybe I’ll return to this review at a later time with more clarification? Either way, happy reading! "