Friday, 18 January 2019

Review: Three Trials - Kristy Cunning

So, I've checked off some life goals and added a few new ones to my list.

Goal #5: Get out of hell's belly without letting my ungrateful charges die.

Goal #6: Get a new name that's more badass.

Goal #7: Stop wasting my breath on lectures and start annoying the quad hell squad every time they annoy me. Fight fire with fire. Ha! Another hell pun.

Goal 8: Find out who the hell killed me.

I'll add more. I don't want to overwhelm myself before I even finish checking off my old goals. But seriously, I really do need a more badass name, considering how much I have to keep saving my damsels in distress.

I probably shouldn't call them damsels, since they're a little murderous and all.

Maybe I should add seeing a hell-certified psychologist to my list of goals.

**Sexual situations/content
**Reverse Harem
**Dark humor galore
**Language warning

The Dark Side Series:
Four Psychos
Thee Trials
Two Kingdoms
One Apocalypse

Visit Kristy Cunning's website for more information

Review:
Three Trials picks up Keyla's story right after the end of Four Psychos so Keyla and her men are stuck in hell and about to take part in a series of trials that they are very unlikely to survive. Luckily for the warriors they have a friendly ghost on their side and since she's appointed herself their guardian she is going to use whatever abilities she has to make sure they make it through.

I don't want to give too much away about this story but I enjoyed it even more than the first book. Keyla is still the snarky and hilarious girl we already knew and loved but I found myself liking the guys much more in this one because while they're still wary of her they do manage to treat her better than before. I like the fact that the romance is slow build in this series but things are starting to heat up a little as the guys are finding it harder and harder to resist temptation.

We get some really interesting revelations about Keyla's background here as we finally learn who she actually is and why she has such a strong connection to Kai, Jude, Ezekiel and Gage. There was also plenty of action and some really nice developments in the world building so I'm definitely looking forward to seeing where the story takes us next and I'll be diving into the next book very soon.

Source: Purchased

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