Review of King of Beasts Duet, Book 2 by Diana A. Hicks #TuesdayBookBlog

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 out of 5

Rex Valentino is on a clock if he’s going to save his seat as the head of The Society, the combination of five mafia families that work together to keep peace and protect their own, and to save his life. There are hidden factors against him, and he has to figure out who is betraying him and who is working to try to protect him and save him. Will he figure it out in time?  Will his obsession finally become a reality and will the woman that he has fallen for figure out her actual feelings in time for both of them to survive?

Caterina Alfera’s life is not what she has always thought it was and her father is not the man she thought he was. At twenty-four her whole life has been turned upside down and she has to find a way to balance the love of her father and the man that she has always avoided at all costs, only to figure out that she really does not hate the man.

I loved the conclusion to the King of Beasts Duet. The story is full of deception, families that will do their best to protect everyone they consider family, and the danger of the mafia and their battle with law enforcement. I loved the characters and the story. Catrina is a bit naïve, but she’s also a woman that has lost already and can’t think of losing anyone else that she loves, and this can put her life in danger as well as put others in danger. Her naivety is a dangerous thing for her in the life that she finds herself. I loved the book and give it a 5-star review. I want to pick up Massimo’s story, Lost Raven, and read it as well.

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