(The Chronicles of Sloane King, #1)
Publication date: April 27th 2020
Genres: Adult, Paranormal, Reverse Harem, Romance
I am not a good person.
I don’t cheat or steal, but I do lie a little bit… and participate in the occasional murder… spree.
Life as I know it gets turned upside down when I’m asked to step in and halt the progress of a black market drug tainted with magic. That one little business adventure opens up a whole f*****g Pandora’s Box and brings my ebony tower crashing down around me.
As if life wasn’t complicated enough, I also now have mates. Emphasis on the ssss part. I want to be mad about it, really I do… but they’re so hot, and the temptation to make them all mine is fueling my desire.
With a final mate that I’m not happy about and a stalker on my heels… maybe having several someones at my back isn’t such a bad thing.
Don’t get me twisted though… I’m Sloane f*****g King, and I’m no damsel in distress.
I received a copy of Druid Dreams In exchange for an honest review. What follows is my opinion and mine alone.
Reverse Harem books are a guilty pleasure of mine. There is the most obvious reason, but I do like relationship dynamics and you can’t say a Reverse Harem isn’t dynamic. That said, harem books are difficult to read because something tends to give way.
In the case for Druid Dreams, I feel it might have been the plot. The first chapter was strong and piqued my interest but then the following chapter confused me when paired with the first. That said, the rest of the book followed pretty closely. I just feel the plot wasn’t as strong as it could have been.
Are the characters sexy? Definitely. Are they interesting? Yes, in fact Jack is a very fun character. He’s not one of the lovers, but he is just a fun guy to be around. Sloane is strong, opinionated, and doesn’t give two shits about things. Which makes her an interesting lead. What can I say? I like powerful women.
All in all, the book is a fun quick read that takes care of the guilty pleasure.
M.F. Adele resides in the outskirts of the Rocket City in Alabama. She lives in her overactive imagination, often fueled by caffeine and no sleep. When she isn’t writing, M.F. is outdoors with her family, obsessing over spicy margaritas and cigars, or reading books by her favorite authors.
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2 thoughts on “Blog Tour (Review): Druid Dreams by M.F. Adele”
Sounds like a good paranormal read. I like the blurb.
This sounds like an entertaining read! Great review, Casia! 🙂