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  • Good mystery, suspense, drama, and steam!

    Warning: there are a lot of dark secrets in this book. A few of those secrets deal with trauma, violence, past and childhood abuses, drugs, mental health, etc. If these are issues for you, I will thread this book carefully. The saga continues as the Sparrow group finds the group responsible for kidnapping Lorna and Araneae. The story is told from Lorna and Reid's POV and continues further from Dark (Book 1). Warning now to readers - if you have NOT read Book 1, I will encourage you to start with that; else, it might not be as interesting to you as early as the book's first chapter. A few things: 1.) If you are expecting Dark to be like Dusk, I'm here to tell you that it is not the same. There is a lot of internalizing going on than "action." Note: Dark is Dusk's continuation and talks about the aftermath of Lorna and Araneae's rescue. It would be highly advisable for readers to finish Dusk first to feel the story's characters better. In Dark, each of the characters has one's plans laid out - the men are there to start finding out the truth and "fix" things (as expected for the male alphas) while the women are in the position of healing (and then finding the answers to help their partner's aim). Readers may find themselves in a bind with going back to the past (as far back as Lorna's and Reid's childhood) to find the clues to getting Lorna's memory back or Reid's "grounding" himself from going into his "dark state." 2.) Given the above, readers may find that the story is slower until roughly 60% into the book - I was losing interest before that. I was not sure if it's because it's the holiday foods I have been ingesting, but I had to leave the book then come back again with a fresh mind. Readers take heed - it may be harder to get through this book because of the below. A word of advice: Be patient with Dark. The book invested a lot of time in Lorna and Reid's flashbacks. Some of these flashbacks were quite traumatic, but most of them are a lot of self-internalization, rationalization, etc., by Lorna. It will help shape the story to understand better how sophisticated (and lethal) the Sparrow's group is facing. Think about the lengths this mysterious group is willing to go to wreak havoc on the Sparrow world - by taking their partners; they will do it at all cost, even death, to achieve their goal. Some of the flashbacks got to me, and I take this as a warning for others who might feel they would want to "skim" through that section, do it but do not give up on the book because some of the abuse Lorna went through will shape how she tackles on in retrieving back her memories. I find it critical. 3.) I felt awful for Lorna. She was the "glue" for the group and was "unraveling in the seams" as the story continued. Even with Reid's help to comfort her, Lorna was losing herself to her "traumatic past." It tore me apart for her to realize how many memories she lost AND coming back "broken." Each time she went "down," she came up more broken, and it placed more questions as to what her "real past" was. She exhibited so much re-trauma by not addressing or talking about her experience in the past. But then again, when she spoke about what happened to someone she thought would understand, she was told to "forget" all about it. Later in the book, she does try to "remember" what happened to her and Araneae but at the cost of reviving other trauma that she thought was lost and forgotten. 4.) After staying some time in Lorna's headspace, the story goes to the other side - the men's side, wherein they start looking into a secret group that may or may not be responsible. My brains perked up by then because this is where the story should be. It took a bit more pages, but meeting the "important players" brought more questions (and it did make a lot of sense) that worried the group. They were not privy to the other party's sensitive information but gave up a few "info" from their end. 5.) If you think Lorna and Reid were steamy in the chemistry department, this book re-enforces this again with some "unforgettable scenes" to help Lorna through a lot of what she was going through. She uses Reid to cope with her trauma and even "dissociate" from her past, which many trauma victims do, even if they want answers. There are pluses and minuses in the book, but the former wins over since all the patience I had was well worth it. The writing is well-put, and as expected for the author, so I was thrilled. The worst thing a reader can go through is to read through awful writing while trying to motivate oneself to finish the book AND piecing together the mystery. Dark IS NOT that - the "pieces" all came together, but of course, readers will need to read through the next book for the final. FYI - if you do not know this, the Dark Web series is three (3) books so expect some new information and some resolution by the end, but it is NOT THE END. I would recommend readers who enjoy a good mystery, suspense, drama, and steam!

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  • Wow!!!

    4.5 Wow Stars! A fantastic yet dark storyline that will keep you on your toes. The twist and turns as well as scorching hot chemistry will keep you hooked from the beginning to the end. Can’t wait for Dawn! I need it NOW!!!

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  • Loved it

    5 Star Review of Dark (Dangerous Web #2) by Aleatha Romig Dark is the second book in the latest series Dangerous Web from Aleatha Romig and as the name implies it is darker, more twisted and absolutely captivating, it is the continuation of Reid Murray and Lorna Pierce's story Reid is struggling with the guilt he feels at being unable to protect Lorna as she continues to struggle with her loss of memory and her recent trauma. I really liked both Reid and Lorna, both separately and especially together, they really are a great paring. There were many twists and turns, mystery and suspense and I was often on the edge of my seat as I read this story and I cannot wait to see what happens in the final book, Dawn.

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  • Intensity, suspense and harrowing emotions

    Wow. The intensity, suspense and harrowing emotions run deep here, so do try to prepare yourself. This is book two of this series and you must read book one, Dusk first. Also, if you have any triggers in regards to abduction, assault, attempted rape and child abuse, this really might not be the book/series for you. I will be frank, none of these are triggers for me and yet this was a hard story to read. To say that your emotions are put through the wringer and that your heart feels like it was put in a blender is no gross understatement. However, I found it all worth it as this gripping tale took me along with Lorna and Reid as their story picked-up and continued. This book firmly held me in its grasp until the last page and left me urgently needing the final book ASAP! This is my independent, impartial review.

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  • Intense

    Lorna and Reid’s story continues with more of her past revealed and bringing with it more questions, in this highly addictive,totally twisted romance. I couldn’t put it down, and oh boy that ending!!!!!

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