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  • Literary Feast!

    Kings of the Castle by Naleighna Kai is a multicultural literary feast. This is book one of a nine book series. It’s the introduction to the series premise and it’s characters. Books two through nine are standalones with no cliffhangers and can be read in any order. Naleighna Kai, S.L. Jennings, Martha Kennerson, J.L. Campbell, Lisa Watson, Karen D. Bradley, Janice M. Allen, London St. Charles and MarZe Scott have created a new world. There are nine stories and nine bestselling, award-winning authors. Enter the world of The Castle and it’s Kings. Khalil Germaine, a teacher of philosophy and science, founded both the Macro International Magnet School and The Castle. Both were humanitarian endeavors. The school was a way to positively influence the development of young men. The Castle was founded to provide assistance to worthy humanitarian programs and to create them where there was a need not being met. Khalil focuses extra attention on his son and eight other young men he felt had the potential to become leaders. Vikkas Germaine, Jaidev “Jai” Maharaj, Daron Kincaid, Victor Alejandro “Dro” Reyes, Shastra “Shaz” Bostwick, Grant Khambrel, Mariano “Reno” DeLuca, Kaleb Valentine and Dwayne Harper proved Khalil Germaine correct. They all became successful. When Khalil is shot, he calls these young men to his ICU bedside to pass the torch. It’s now up to Khalil’s protégés to bring The Castle back to it’s humanitarian roots. They decide for themselves that they will seek revenge on those who attacked their mentor. The new Kings vow to root out and eliminate the evil that had infiltrated The Castle and protect it and each other from future attacks. Naleighna Kai is the primary author of book one and has done an admirable job of introducing all the characters and the premise of the series. I’m sure this was somewhat a team effort but there is no obvious difference in writing style. Chicago is a complex city and it has been utilized within these pages in it’s full multi-faceted nature. There are a lot of characters in this novel, but I didn’t feel shortchanged on any of them. The primary characters all have complete backstories and there was enough detail of secondary characters to prevent them from being flat. There are so many character details that it seems almost impossible that even a team of writers was able to create such rich characters. The plot kept me enraptured from start to finish and the ending is a perfect lead-in to any of the other books in the series. Kings of the Castle is a more than suitable beginning for a series that promises to be a standout. I am compelled to rate it an easy 5 out of 5 stars and recommend it to anyone who enjoys multicultural romantic suspense, or anyone who enjoys good fiction. There is some sexual content that may be offensive to some readers. My thanks to INscribe Digital and NetGalley for the opportunity to read an advance copy of this book. However, the opinions expressed in this review are 100% mine and mine alone.

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  • Great Page Turner

    This is a book that really holds your attention from the very beginning until the end. I loved how well the characters were developed and you learn what brings them all together in this storyline. The man Khalil Germaine who has been a mentor to each of the 9 men since they were young men. So much has happened since the young men went their separate ways to start an entrepreneurship of their own. Now that an attempt has been made on Khalil’s life, he wants his son Vikkas Germaine the King Of Wilmette to contact the others to join together and help run The King Of Castle compound. As the story unfolds you learn about the backstory of each of the men and what is going on in their business and personal life. This prepares you for the continuation of their storylines in books 2-9. There are a lot of plot twist and turns as you read about each King’s life, love, families and enemies.. I commend all of the authors who have collaborated on The Kings of the Castle, the storyline flows together and you don’t even realize there is more than author writing this storylines. I highly recommend this book to read first and then read books 2-9 that are standalone and can be read in any order. Thank you Netgalley for the ARC of this book and my review is of my own and honest opinion.

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  • Intriguing Introduction

    What an interesting introduction to this series. Being honest, the book starts off a little slow, but it picks up after a few chapters. As more characters are introduced, it becomes easier to read and things start to come together well. My favorite thing about this book, has to be the diversity of the characters❤❤Another thing I enjoyed about this story, is the mystery of what's come. I couldn't really guess what's going to happen, which sparked more of my interest. There's so many pieces to this puzzle, so you have a pay close attention or else you'll miss something important. It's a promising series and I'm looking forward to reading more.

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  • Kings of the Castle

    Very good. Looking forward to the other books.

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