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    Awesome read.

    This is the story about Waverly, Garrison Sandlers oldest female child. I love all the book in the Wings of Artemis series but this one hit me a bit more. It might be that the heroin isn’t as self-confident or had gotten mentally beaten down by her father in the past. Took her awhile to realize the guys were interested in her. In fact, it took them telling her point blank. And once again Artemis come to the rescue. I am so looking forward to the next duet in the series.
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    Absolutely Riveting!

    I soooo adore this series! Every book is better than the last, even though that seems like an impossibility. This book was certainly no exception. It was absolutely phenomenal! I have come to love these characters so much. They are authentic and engaging, and beyond compelling. They draw you into the story like no other can. I have always had a soft spot for Arie, so I just loved seeing him finally find someone. He’s been through a lot, but Waverly really seems to get him. All of Waverly’s men are extraordinary. It was truly a beautiful thing, watching their love story unfold. This book was impassioned and intriguing, romantic and enticing, thrilling and enthralling, and absolutely riveting. I would highly recommend it to anyone looking for a sweet, sexy, and compelling read. *I was given an ARC of this book and voluntarily chose to review. All opinions are my own.
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    Another great addition to the series

    ‘Dark Demise’ book 7 in the Wings of Artemis series, is another great read of Rebecca Royce’s. I absolutely love this series! The overall story arc continues from the previous books with this one being about Waverly Sandler and her four hot men; Canyon, Rohan, Jackson and Ari. At the end of the book the author tells us that the rest of the story will continue, very soon I hope, in ‘Light Unfolding’ book 8. If you haven’t read this series yet I don’t recommend you start with this book. They really do need to be read in order, starting with ‘Kidnapped by Her Husbands.’ This is a multi-generational sci-fi series. Each female leads story is told over the course of 2 books, so don’t expect any resolutions since this is the first of Waverly’s books. I couldn’t wait to get Waverly’s story and I wasn’t disappointed. After suffering years of physical and emotional abuse from her father, the evil Garrison Sandler, Waverly has finally been rescued and is currently living at The Farm with all the other rebels fighting her fathers invading forces, as well as the equally evil Evander Corporation. There is a traitor in their midst, which was a little too easy for me to figure out who it was early on, but it still made for a good twist at the end when the villain causes some destruction that finally gives us the answer to how the time machine ever ended up in the cave on the planet Orion, in a galaxy far away, several books ago. Reading anything about time travel usually gives me a headache, but Rebecca managed to keep the paradoxes to a minimum. This series is told from the female characters first person point of view through most of the stories. We only ever get anything told from the male leads point of view in small snippets. This usually doesn’t work for me in romance, but when you are dealing with reverse harems, and multiple partners, I think it really is the only way it can be done without the story getting too cluttered being in everyone’s head. For whatever reason, it really does work for this series. I loved Waverly and all of her insecurities. And her men. Big sigh.....Canyon and Rohan; the genetically enhanced Super Soldiers created by the Evander Corporation, Jackson; the tattooed bad boy ex-pirate and Ari; the psychiatrist captured and tortured by the Evander Corporation with his resulting hallucinations, or are they? Another random conversation about possible multiple timelines that got me to thinking. I just adored all of them together. Rebecca really knows how to write reverse harem stories. Set in a world where woman are scarce, it works for the storyline that several men would share a woman. I think what makes it special to me is that the men in all these stories, if not related by blood, have close ‘brotherly’ relationships that make the sharing of one woman seem so much sweeter and intimate because of it (unfortunately, for this reader, there is no man on man action so get your mind out of the gutter). Every once in a while Rebecca even throws me a bone and has a few of them ‘share’ the woman together. I don’t know why, but I love it when that happens. Maybe she will give us a little taste of that in ‘Light Unfolding’ with Waverly and a few of her men? Hint, hint. So if you have read the other books in this series, you definitely won’t be disappointed in this one. If you haven’t, and want to read something a little different in a romance series, don’t hesitate to pick up the first book in the series and give it a shot. I don’t think you will be disappointed.
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