Kathy and her sister, Samantha, have always been a team. Throughout their time as witches, they've taken out more than their share of bad guys. But after Kathy meets Will, who she learns is a demonic Dark Knight, her loyalties begin to change.
Meanwhile, Samantha doesn't trust Will or his intentions. Still, Kathy can't help but feel tempted by the dark side as she falls deeper in love with Will. Crossing over would give Kathy the freedom to do whatever she wanted with her magic. No rules. No limitations. It would also mean breaking the bond she has always shared with her sister, who has made it clear that she wants nothing to do with the dark side.
When Will proposes they take over the underworld, Kathy loves the idea of having power. But it also leaves her with a choice that will change her life: abandon her family and the life she has always known, or give up the love of her life forever.
Straight to the story
The author did great with characters and Kathy reminds me of V.C. Andrews’ , Cathy, in her most famous American Gothic Horror/thriller novel, Flowers in the Attic. Cathy was straight forward and didn’t hold back when she was upset at her mother for leaving them in the attic and let in on everyone at her mother’s wedding of what horrors she had done to them by shoving a cookie at her mother that was covered in powdered sugar laced with arsenic poisoning her mother had prepared that killed her younger brother Cory all for her selfish desires. Kathy has a little bit but not exactly that of the same characteristics as Cathy when she was assaulted by the manager and told the everyone that he was pervert. I love that so much. It’s real and raw as I believe is beautifully written.
Dark Knight Bad Boy
This review is from both the audiobook and reading parts of the kindle book.
Wow, this was nothing like I thought it would be. I looked at the cover and thought it would be just another paranormal romance book. Boy was I ever wrong. First off, I want to say, I think the narrator did a good job. The way he did Kathy's voice cracked me up. It was like nails being scraped down a chalk board. lol. There is a romance story to this but, unlike most paranormal romance these days, this was eerie. And scary! at one time, when there was a scary scene, I couldn't help but also cracked up because of what he called the demon in the scene. he had a sword for an arm so he was referred to as Sword Arm. I think that's what it was. Any way, you will love this. I can't wait to listen to the next one. I was feeling sorry for Will by the end of this one. I do have to say that Samantha was a pain in the butt! I know she had a motherly role to Kathy but come on, they're grown now! No wonder Kathy took off with Will. I would too. She was so controlled by Samantha so I think she had a connection with Will because he was also controlling. I was wanting Samantha to die at times. But Kathy was also annoying some. And after what happened to Samantha, I felt bad. Can't spoil it. Sorry. I kind of liked Will in a bad boy kind of way. I think he believes there's no hope because he was born evil but I know he really loves Kathy. I'm not sure how it will work with them now. This was brilliant, David!
I’m sorry for this review, but it has to be said. Now, I won’t go judging if you liked this book, but I could not finish it. At first it had me enchanted, I loved it! But then Will came into the picture. Two-faced, no good, Will. My view for him changed several times throughout the course of the book that I did read, but ultimately ended up in me hating him🙃. Kathy had an actual family, that loved and cared for her (granted that Samantha decided that it was her job to protect her, “control” her). That was until, Will showed up! I don’t want to go spoiling the book anymore, but Kathy should’ve made much better decisions.. choosing Will made for mistakes that can never be undone.