Monsters are real.
When I was five years old, I watched my mother take her last breath—a breath three monsters stole from her.
I never chose this life. My father says it’s my birthright, but all I see is a curse. It’s because of the Kelly name my mum was slain by the Doyles—our enemies in Dublin, the fellas livin’ on borrowed time.
All of Belfast fears my family, especially me. I’m Puck Kelly, otherwise known as Punky; the lad ye don’t want to double cross.
I don’t do feelings or emotions. I never have…until she walks into my world.
Babydoll is a liar and a thief, but I can’t stay away. We both thrive in the darkness because that’s where our demons can play.
No word af a lie, sixteen years later, those monsters still haunt my dreams. But every monster is scared of somethin’…and that somethin’ is me.
No more hiding in the shadows because I’m huntin’ youse.
Run, wee monsters, run.
OMG genius! So many twists!
Love! Love! Love!
Full of hunger and revenge that will leave you begging for more!
Thy Kingdom Come is a dark and gritty suspense that is full of secrets and lies that are so intriguing I couldn’t stop turning the pages. Punky and Baby Doll are so in tune with each other that their darkness feeds their attraction. They crave each other in such an intense way, it will blow your mind. These two definitely aren’t afraid of the demons that come out to play, but maybe they should be because no one can ruin you better than the person that captures your soul. When the light has been stolen from Puck, he feeds off the darkness, but deception runs deep and love collides and choices are made that will change everything. You need to read this book for the broach, the tattoos, the cottage, the painting, the tests, the note and the journal alone. This story is full of twists as the power struggle, anger, raw hunger and revenge will own you and leave you begging for more.
Tracey, Life Reads With Friends
Thy Kingdom Come
Oh dear, I started reading this book with trepidation. I am not sure why I felt that other than one of Monica James books had me crossing myself and I am not even Catholic. Thy Kingdom Come was a VERY GOOD book to read! I LOVED it!!!
This book is dark, raw and gripping. It’s about revenge. In which Monica James has written several books about. I only put this book down when real life got in the way. It was THAT good!!!
I HOPE there will be an audible version for this book. Because I will buy it too! I am not sure if Monica James can pull off having this book read with a Northern Irish and a Dublin Irish accent. But I can just imagine how much it will make this story even better!
There are so many twists and turns happening that rock Punky’s world!
I can’t say enough good things about Thy Kingdom Come and I highly recommend this one. I loved it! 5++++ stars!!!