- Expected Aug 25, 2020
Inferno is the explosive, most anticipated, final book in Donna Grant's Dark Kings series featuring Con, the King of the Dragon Kings!
I knew what I wanted. And nothing was going to stop me.
King of Dragon Kings. Driven, ruthless, shrewd. The weight of survival for Constantine and his brethren has pushed him to set aside his own yearnings—for now. He’s the most powerful of all Dragon Kings, and Con will stop at nothing to destroy anyone who dares to threaten his existence.
For years, Con has hidden his pain—his desperation—for there is one smoldering beauty that he craves above all else, even if he feels he doesn’t deserve her. However, his enemies are at every corner. There is no one left to trust. But none of that matters anymore: There is only one thing that Con wants. With this one woman by his side, he can fight for the freedom of his fellow men-in-arms. All Con has to do is get her to surrender her heart…and be his for all time.
The intricate final installment to Grant's long-running Dark Kings series (after Flame) turns the focus onto Constantine, King of the Dragon Kings, whose story series fans have long been eager for. Constantine ended his relationship with Light Fae Rhiannon thousands of years ago out of fear that his romantic happiness might stir jealousies among the other, still single Dragon Kings he is honor- and magic-bound to protect. But with many of the Dragon Kings now mated, Constantine vows to win Rhi back. Rhi, the newly appointed Queen of the Light Fae, is busy trying to bring her kingdom together and still nurses the pain of Constantine's rejection, so she's initially unreceptive to his overtures but it soon becomes clear that their chemistry never died. As they reignite their romance, the Dragon Kings, Rhi, and their allies band together yet again to defeat Usaeil, the Queen of the Dark Fae, once and for all. Though Grant ties most of the series threads together, she leaves a few dangling, hinting at a possible spin-off. While series die-hards will be pleased at the possibility of returning to this byzantine fantasy world, others will be frustrated by the lack of true closure.