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    Empowering Female Lead

    Slytherin romances aren't usually my thing, but Tricia Levenseller has been a favourite author of mine for many years, and I was excited to dive into it. While it subverted my expectations, I still enjoyed a great many moments from it. Levenseller makes no attempt to hide that her main characters can be nasty. They are definitely not typical heroes, particularly Alessandra, who is not shy about her sexual empowerment, and the Shadow King, who is a great balance to her personality. They have some surprising adventures together, though most of the book allows Alessandra to run the show and prove she can handle anything thrown her way. I liked the romance and the way it built, with a chase and some tender moments closer to the finale. The book focused mainly on Alessandra solving problems and taking control of situations and thinking of clever ways to solve her problems. This is a great book for anyone who likes dark romances, devious characters, and empowering women who refuse to let anyone––man or women––stand in her way.
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    The premise of this book was so intriguing, but it was a total let-down. From a complete lack of world building, to inconsistent characters, bad dialogue, rushed and super predictable plot, all around it was a bummer of a read.

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