Review: THE KING by Skye Warren

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I went into this book blind and DO NOT regret one thing!

Penny has spent all of her life in a trailer park and doesn’t have too many hopes. Her father gambles everyday depleting their minimal savings. His addiction has landed them in trouble with the most dangerous sick criminal and he has his eyes set on Penny. When her father bets her and loses she has nowhere to run. Broken and abused she is saved by Damon Scott though it doesn’t really feel like saving. Maybe this is her being condemned forever.

Damon Scott needs to stay away from Penny for a lot of reasons but his willpower is slowly waning. That mixed with the feelings she evokes render him helpless. He knows they don’t belong but Damon finds himself caring less and less everyday.

I am SHOOK to the core with this book. I do not know what to feel and I do not know how to react. I wasn’t prepared for all the scary feelings that came with this book. My heart was breaking for both Penny and Damon and really all I want is for them to be happy. (also make babies)

I am super excited for the conclusion to their story because I know it will be nothing less than explosive.

5 Stars!

~Sonal


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Synopsis:
The highest stakes…

My father gambles every night, falling deeper and deeper into debt. When he hits the bottom, he places a new bet: his daughter. I’m his entry bet to the biggest underground poker game.

Every kind of danger circles the velvet-covered table, but only one man makes me tremble.

A trailer park princess.

The son of a criminal king.

We don’t belong together, but I’m caught in a twisted game.

His eyes meet mine with dark promise. And when he puts down his cards, I know I’m going to lose more than my body. I’m going to lose everything.

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THE KING is the first book in the new Masterpiece duet about risking your heart and finding yourself. It’s a spin-off from the USA Today bestselling trilogy but can be read separately.

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