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This book was better than Book 1. More intrigue, plots, sexual tension and some steamy scenes between Wrath and Emilia.
Emilia's journey to avenge her sister morphs into a journey to find her true self. Liked the guessing game and still left hanging for some big answers around the curse, who/what she is, and what she is capable of becoming. I have a feeling she will make even the 7 princes of hell quake in their boots!
I really enjoyed it, and flew through the pages. Would recommend.
I was sooo fricken exited when I found out this was a NA book unlike Kingdom of the Wicked be YA and boy did this baby deliver 🥵
I love that Emilia stays on the path of wanting revenge for her sisters murder throughout that book rather than becoming solely focused on the beautiful man that is Wrath.
The sexual tension between those two is intense especially when Emilia starts visiting other princes.
This book was intense and amazing, there were so many twists involved that it just makes you desperate for book three, if you haven’t started this amazing series yet then you need to, trust me it’s addicting.
I love this book with my whole heart! It was all consuming, edge of your seat, couldn’t read fast enough! I loved it beyond words and so will you. The author is so good she will have you besotted and totally in love with a son of hell and cheering on our heroine. The saucy content was devilish but tasteful. You won’t see the twists and turns coming. I was totally enthralled the whole way through.
This was one of my most anticipated reads of 2021 so you could say I’m biased when it comes to this series. I generally find it’s the little things in books that add layers and depth. Kerri’s use of food in KOTW was what won me over to the series. Not to mention it was set in Sicily (Italy is one of my favourite places in the world). The signature food references are carried through into this book, and can I just say I NEED a recipe book for this series!
Where the first book left me craving more of Emilia and Wrath, the second book delivered. The chemistry and spice between them went from 0 to 100. For anyone that’s absolutely not in love with Wrath by now there’s something wrong with you.
Where KOTW focuses on world building and character development, KOTC delves deeper into the character development of Emilia and Wrath. It’s also a deep dive into their relationship with the plot taking more of a backseat until the last few chapters.
The only bone I have to pick is with that cliff-hanger! I mean seriously Kerri, you’re killing me! For those that have read KOTC you’ll know what I mean when I say I hope the next book picks up where this one left off.
This series is in my top reads of all time and I can’t wait to see where the story takes us next. Hopefully we won’t have to wait too long.
> 70% Emilia/Wrath banter (delicious) > 10% Plot (honestly kinda stupid, very predictable, and crammed into the last 50 pages) > 20% Meandering and Emilia being annoying and dumb TBH (think "I'm going to do stuff" and then proceeding to do ABSOLUTELY NOTHING)
FYI if you need/want trigger warnings look up some reviews which detail Chapter 17. I personally had no issue, however it's worth checking out if needed.
BASICALLY: Wrath carries this book and deserves the ultimate HEA in the finale. Can't wait.
So many revelations, false starts and deception that at times it is hard to keep track. Emilia is in Hell and lies and treachery are part of the game but being mortal is a game changer. Wrath has secrets of his own and they must decide to work together if they hope to survive the Prince's of Hell and their growing attraction to each other. There is never a dull moment, interesting imagery and engaging story.