Title: Kingdom of the Feared
Series: Kingdom of the Wicked #3
Author: Kerri Maniscalco
Emilia is reeling from the shocking discovery that her twin sister, Vittoria, is alive. But before she faces the demons of her past, Emilia yearns to claim her king, the seductive Prince of Wrath, in the flesh. Emilia doesn’t simply desire his body, she wants his heart and soul—but that’s something the enigmatic demon can’t promise her.
When a high-ranking member of House Greed is assassinated, Emilia and Wrath are drawn to the rival demon court. Damning evidence points to Vittoria as the murderer and she’s quickly declared an enemy of the Seven Circles. Despite her betrayal, Emilia will do anything to solve this new mystery and find out who her sister really is.
Together Emilia and Wrath play a sin-fueled game of deception as they work to stop the unrest that’s brewing between witches, demons, shape-shifters and the most treacherous foes of all: the Feared.
Emilia was warned that when it came to the Wicked nothing was as it seemed. But, have the true villains been much closer all along? When the truth is finally revealed, it just might end up costing Emilia her heart.
A reckoning all have feared.’
Here we are, back with Wrath and Emilia and she is dealing with the fact that her sissy is not dead and is possibly quite evil, there’s curses and drama flying around everywhere and all Emilia wants to do is bone her husband!!!!!!
Well this was steamy with a capital S! I’m totally here for that when it includes Wrath!
Like in Cursed, Emilia got right on my wick in the first part of this book but I’m happy to say that it didn’t last long (phew, I didn’t want to feel that way about her!!)
The conclusion has arrived and the story unfolds. There’s revelations, a lot of them, drama and more glimpses of the Demon Hell Princes (God love them!)
‘A love more powerful than fate. All hail the king and queen of Hell.’
3 thoughts on “Review: Kingdom of the Feared by Kerri Maniscalco”
“Got right on my wick” is a new expression for me. It means something like irritate? Anyway this book does sound fascinating. Excellent review!
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🤣🤣 yes it’s probably really English but means irritates or annoys!
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