Darker Than Night by Amelia Wilde
Genre: dark romance
Publisher: self published
Publication Date: November 17, 2020
*This story contains triggers that might be upsetting to readers.
What an epic, wickedly steamy finale to an amazing trilogy!
Darker Than Night is the final book in Zeus and Brigit’s story and let me tell you, it does not disappoint. Just like before, this book starts off right where Sweeter Than Sin ends. And given the crazy cliffhanger we had to endure, I couldn’t dive into this book fast enough. And see as these two characters have been through so much together already, I couldn’t even predict where the story was going to take us.
This finale gives us a deeper, more emotional look into the relationship between Zeus and Brigit. Their chemistry and desire for one another has transformed into a achingly beautiful love that neither of them expected, but turns out to be exactly what each other needs. The push and pull of their desires take them both on a roller coaster of self discovery, escaping the bonds of the past, and forming a brighter future together.
The entire trilogy comes to a head when vengeance is finally sought, when justice is served for the tragedies of the past, and when a soulless antihero finds a love he thought he never deserved. Darker Than Night is a sinful and suspenseful romance that leaves readers captivated. It is a definite must-read, and the perfect introduction to a new dangerous and ruthless antihero…Poseidon.
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I told Brigit my love would destroy her. Now she’s on the brink of death.
With my empire in ruins, our only chance at survival is to run. There’s nothing I want more than to take back what’s mine and restore order to the shattered remnants of my life.
There’s nothing I need more than Brigit.
But choosing her means abandoning countless people I’ve promised to protect. Choosing her would make me a monster. And walking away would be the end of me.