I think the author got the timing of the plot wrong. The first 50% were a week worth of time of the whole book and the other 50% just flew by – week, months.
The writing was OK, though the alternating persons did more thinking than conversation.
King’s POV was better than Doe’s.
Plot line as good, however I never heard of a rape victim who does not get affected in the slightest way and just keeps on her sexual activity with no regard to it.
The cliffhanger really didn’t nothing to bring me to even want to read the second part – Tyrant.
The last 15% were the hardest to read because of the disinterest.
Doe has no memories of who she is or where she comes from.
A notorious career criminal just released from prison, King is someone you don’t want to cross unless you’re prepared to pay him back in blood, sweat, pu$$y or a combination of all three.
King’s future hangs in the balance. Doe’s is written in her past. When they come crashing together, they will have to learn that sometimes in order to hold on, you have to first let go.
Warning: This book contains graphic violence, consensual and nonconsensual sex, drug use, abuse, and other taboo subjects and adult subject matter. Although originally slated to be a standalone, KING is now a two part series.