Review of Reign of Fury (Battles in the Dark #3) by Kimberley Clark

Reign of Fury

Together they’ll face the end…

 

Genre: Paranormal Romance, Paranormal Fantasy, Erotic Urban Fantasy

Book Length (Est.): 360 Pages

Book Description/Synopsis:  

Emmerich had thought following the instructions in his visions would lead to their salvation. He couldn’t have been more wrong.

A bigger plan had been in play that no one knew about. One devised for thousands of years by a goddess to reclaim her powers, where Kira was the key to that plan.

So the moment Emmerich turned Kira into a creature more powerful and dangerous than anything they had ever come across, they never realized it would be the moment the goddess’s plan would reach fruition.

Now with her powers back, the goddess is hell-bent on destroying humanity, and Emmerich and Kuron must work together to stop her. At the same time, they must find a way to destroy the creature Kira had become so the old Kira could come back to them.

However, time was against them, and if they didn’t find a solution quickly, the goddess’s fury will destroy them all.

Jennifer’s Review: 

*I received an ARC of this book free from the author in exchange for an honest review*

Love is a powerful emotion and one will do almost anything to keep it and to seek revenge when it is stolen from them.

Emmerich and Kuron go through so much in this book as they try to get back the Kira they both know and love. They do anything they have to, and that includes working with their enemies. With the world coming to an end enemies become allies and lines become blurred.

“Even though you continue to piss me off to no end and half the time I’m around you I want to punch you in the face,” Kuron continued as he walked toward him. “I know working together is our best option for survival.”

Kira has her own battles to overcome. Luckily she’ll have a little assistance with that, otherwise I’m sure she could’ve gotten past her fury and appetite. And oh what fury it is. That girl can do some serious damage…both mentally and physically.

“He was gorgeous, loyal, willing to give his life for those he cared about, and now she knew he was a damn fine lover. Any woman would be crazy not to want him. It was why there was a part of her that wondered what would have happened if she had chosen him to begin with.”

There are so many things that happen, but I don’t want to spoil anything so it’s difficult to say everything I wish to. What I can say  is that Reign of Fury is another fantastic book in the Battles in the Dark series. It’s written with the captivating detail we’re used to and it’ll give you all you want and then some.

“What are you worried worried about? You’re not the one who can be easily killed.”

“That’s not the point,” Kuron replied. “It still hurts when I get injured.”

“Hmmm…I’m not sure I believe you,” Emmerich informed. “Let me punch you so I have proof your aren’t lying.”

Now for the downside…I absolutely hate chapter twenty (the last chapter) and the epilogue! I would have been completely content without ever having read them. But now that I have, there seriously needs to be another book. It cannot end like that! Yes there are a few missing answers in that last chapter, but I’m pretty sure I could’ve been completely happy never having those questions answered.

My Favorite Moment: I’m not sure which I enjoyed more, but Kira had three visitors in her cell. One tried rationalizing, but then there was one who ravished and one who let himself be continuously destroyed. It’s a toss up between the last two.

Jenn 4 Heart

*Clicking on the book cover above will take you to the Amazon purchase page.

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