Tacet a Mortuis by Amo Jones
My rating: 5 of 5 stars.
This world gets crazier with every chapter!
The following ratings are out of 5:
World building: 🌎🌏🌍🌎🌏
Character development: 👤👤👤👤👤
The setting: The Hamptons, New York
The Hero(s): Bishop Vincent Hayes – The leader of the Elite Kings Club. Bishop still won’t commit to a relationship with Madison or even admit to loving her but boy does he get angry when she gets a bit frisky with Nate and Brantley.
The heroine: Madison Montgomery (a.k.a. The Silver Swan) – she is still trying to find out more about this crazy world of the Elite Kings Club and the more she finds out the crazier it gets. When she finds out some big secrets that Bishop has been keeping from her, she spirals and does some things she regrets.
The Love Story: Bishop and Madison have an intense connection. Just when I think this world can’t get any crazier, it does. However, the one thing that is good in this is the love between these two. You can tell it isn’t going away and no matter how dangerous their world is, Bishop will protect Madison.
I thought towards the end, it would start settling down a bit but the action, adventure, secrets and mysteries kept up all the way through the book. Also it was super steamy and sizzling hot. The passion between Bishop and Madison was through the roof. They both like it a bit rough so there was that as well.
Again, I love all the supporting characters, and they all played a part in this one as well. There are more that I am hoping will have stories of their own in the future because these people and this psycho world is continuing to be interesting like nobody’s business.
I don’t really understand the whole thing about killing the silver swan’s. I understand how it began with Humphrey who was obviously crazy. But in this day and age, why don’t they do away with it. I mean it seems that the people that have it done are the people in control (The Elite Kings Club) so why not just end the practice?
I voluntarily read & reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts & opinions are my own.
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