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    The Darkest Torment

    I had a difficult time with this story. I wish I could blame it on not reading the other ten books before this one (there are eleven but I read Book 1) but I can't. The connection between Baden and Katarina was hard to feel. Mainly because, well, it wasn't there. Not for me at least. The attraction felt minimal, barely existing beyond the physical. Physical attraction is good but I wanted more. The longer I read the harder it was to believe their relationship had moved from lust to love. Maybe that growth is there and I'm just not catching it. Maybe? Katarina kind of grated my nerves too. Baden was worthy of so much more in a mate, a lover, a friend. She just wasn't it for me. He is a strong male who is, unsurprisingly, demanding and sometimes unyielding, but he has heart and loyalty when and where it counts. He needed a woman at his side who understood and appreciated those qualities. Katarina approached him more like one of the dogs she trained except...slightly worse? I don't know. At times it felt like she was condescending toward Baden. Sarcasm is sarcasm. Not everyone appreciates or understands a dry or biting sense of humor. This wasn't that. Not to me. The highlight of this story is actually one of the other characters. This is when reading the other books probably would've helped. There's an intense story going on in the background involving Gillian that, I hope, will receive it's own book. I think I'm in the minority about this book. Maybe if I read the Book 2 through 11 my opinion of it might be different. I'm not sure. The lack of spark in the romance between Baden and Katarina coupled with how my annoyance with Katarina grew as the story went on makes me hesitant to pick up those other books or recommend this book. Complimentary copy received from publisher
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    Great book

    So if you love this author and series this is the book for you. I Enjoyed everything about it from the clever chapter titles to the outstanding writing. Great job
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    Loved it

    Love getting to learn more about badens story also some tid bits into cams story and others love it can't wait for the next one
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    The Darkest Torment

    I Loved these characters the most yet on the Lords series. The interaction between Baden who is bound to king of the underworld and dog trainer Katarina Joelle makes this story a must read!
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    Darkest torment

    Love all these books!! Have read most of them twice. Can't wait for the next one. Gena Showalter is awesome!!
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