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The Darkest Promise by Gena Showalter
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Jul 05, 2017

really liked it

I saved this book for a recent flight I had to Greece and it was worth the wait. This is book 13 from the LOTUS series. If you have not read any of the books in this series I would not suggest starting with this one. You will be completely lost. This book follows Cameo and Lazarus. Lazarus was introduced to us a few books back and we find out that him and Cameo have apparently had many encounters since then. Unfortunately, Cameo has allowed her demon Misery to erase all memories of her happiness with Lazarus so it is as if they are starting all over again.
Lazarus is an arrogant, sexy guy who is hilarious. His wit is very comparable to William, who makes a few cameos (no pun intended) in the book.
This book took us deeper into other characters of the stories and set up new stories but not to the point where it was totally off track. All of the stories melted into one another so there was not off- tangent stories with no relation.
The fight for love and the extreme these 2 will go to in order not to hurt the other is tremendous. So many decisions must be made to save Cameo, Lazarus and the Lords.
My only downside to the book is the ending. I would have enjoyed seeing one more chapter or epilogue. It seemed to cut off rather abruptly compared to the rest of the story.

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July 5, 2017 – Shelved

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