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    Great start to new series!

    I love this cover! This is not an MC read but our main character does ride a Harley. In fact, Bennett's character was a good mix of motorcycle bad boy and rich corporate suit. They are my favorite types of Hero's. Bennett just inherited his family company after his father dies in a car accident. There is not a lot of love lost between him and his father, but the accident sounds suspicious. When a series of events start happening soon after, Bennett knows he needs to investigate before he ends up like his father. Samara is the right hand woman to Lydia King. She's hard working and loyal. She should not give into her attraction to Lydia's nephew, Bennett. He's the son of the enemy and competition to Lydia's company. When Lydia keeps throwing her in the path of Bennett to attain information, she knows she has to be careful or she will be collateral damage between the two powerful family members. Bennett and Samara have been fighting their mutual attraction from the beginning. Bennett should be concentrating on the suspicious nature of his father's death and the recent change to his will. He should not be caring more about getting Samara to fall for him. This is a great start to what looks like a new family drama series by Katee Robert. We got introduced to several side characters that will make for a great main character in future books. I'm looking forward to seeing where the author takes this. ARC provided by NetGalley.
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    Heat, Heart & Suspense

    Another awesome book from Katee Robert and a great start to a new series! I have to admit, I always hate when an author finishes a series. It’s so hard to say goodbye to the characters and the world they’ve created. And Katee did one heck of a job with her O’Malleys series. But this first glimpse of The Kings she’s given us has made me eager to get to know the rest of the clan. If they are anything like Beckett King...! Both main characters are interesting, and I appreciated how well rounded they were. You really got a chance to know the characters, what shaped them, what drove them. And Beckett definitely has hefted the bar high for the rest of his family. The guy was smart, driven, caring, tough and tender. Samara was one lucky woman. She was also pretty darn kick-ass herself: focused, determined and smart. Her relationship with her amma was touching, too. And best of all, both characters acted like adults. There were no games, no misunderstandings. They were mature and honest with one another. That isn’t to say there wasn’t drama and intrigue. The book offered up plenty of that, too, along with secondary characters I’m anxious to get to know better. And I can’t forget to mHeatheralybaention the steamy interludes. The book starts off with a passionate encounter between Beckett and Samara, and just gets hotter and hotter. So while I’ll miss the O’Malleys, I’m happy to say that the Kings seem more than capable of giving us more heat, heart and suspense.
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    Sexy and fun

    I enjoyed The Last King for the most part, though I did find the middle portion a little slow in pace but it quickly picked back up. There's even some light suspense surrounding the death of Beckett's father and future of his company. Beckett was the kind of alpha hero I like to read about; strong, assertive, and possessive, but also surprisingly sweet and dedicated to those he cares about. Samara doesn't trust love and she especially doesn't trust rich men. As a millionaire and heir to the King legacy, Beckett can survive any fallout from their relationship but all Samara has is her reputation and she refuses to lose that. Samara was prickly, independent, and deeply loyal, and I say all of those things as a compliment. She's a complex woman but once she goes all in for someone, she's gives everything for them. I loved seeing Samara's tough side when she dealt with her ruthless boss Lydia but also her softer side when she interacted with her mother and best friend Journey. I also enjoyed seeing how Samara came to trust Beckett and realize that he needs someone to be on his side now that he's alone in the world. Samara has so much compassion to give but you have to earn the right first. The King family is truly dysfunctional and I'll be curious to see where this series goes as it continues.
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    There is enough of everything to keep you hooked..

    He looked like a drowning man clinging to life preserver and watching a mountain of a wave descend upon him. Lost. Found. All at the same time. In Katee Robert's latest novel, The Last King, she grabs you by the proverbial ankles and hauls you right into her world! Being a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author she’s really great at what she does and on top of that she always finds a way to surprise you with something original, packed with drama and love and a strong set of characters, this one is no different. We meet the two main characters, Beckett King and Samara Mallick, two powerful respectable personas in their respective positions at two opposite companies at the forefront of the oil industry. Being powerful and born into the right family means you sometimes have it easy and sometimes a little harder than it should be. Beckett King was born a King and with such a name comes a lot of responsibly. He’s brilliant and fearless when going after what he wants and doesn’t back down for anyone else. Or so he thinks. Samara is a wonderful breath of fresh air and she presents every kind of ability you’d want as someone’s main female character. Strong-willed and not anyone’s walkover, she manages to make you love her ever more. The story backdates to something that happened 30 years ago and still the consequences are felt years later. There is enough of everything to keep you well hooked on this story! This book is an absolutely unexpected surprise wrapped between two covers! Worth 5-unforgettable stars! **Review by Angelique, Late Night Reviewer for Up All Night w/ Books**
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