Audiobook Review: Dark Champion (Flirting with Monsters, #4). ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Dark Champion by Eva Chase

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

When life hands you demons, it’s time to make a little destruction.

I thought I wanted to know what I was. Now that I’ve discovered the answers aren’t so pretty, it turns out there are no take-backs.

The most powerful monsters in existence fear this one mortal thief. Unfortunately, that means they’re set on stamping out myexistence. The demon who was my strongest ally has been caught in the middle, his freedom and his life on the line.

And that’s before we get into the genocidal psycho who’s about to unleash a catastrophe that could destroy both our worlds all by itself.

I have my work cut out for me, even with my monstrous lovers by my side. Can I become the champion of my darkness, or will it consume me instead?

Dark Champion

Then and Now!

The following ratings are out of 5:
Narration: 🎙🎙🎙🎙🎙
Romance: 💙💚🖤💜
Heat/Steam: 🔥🔥🔥
Story/Plot: 📕📗📘📙
World building: 🌎🌍🌏🌎🌍
Character development: 😳😬🤩🤓🥺

The heroine: Sorsha – she found out more about herself at the end of the last book, some things that mean she might be as dangerous as she sometimes feared.

The Heroes: Ruse, Snap, Thorn and Omen – Ruse (the incubus), Snap (the devourer) and Thorn (the angel) are devoted to Sorsha. Omen seemed to be coming around, but is now wary of Shorsha’s powers.

The Story: Sorsha and her band of cohorts continue to work toward taking down “The Company”. Their job is made even more difficult when they find out who is pulling the strings behind The Company in Europe. Not to mention the fact that the Ancient Shadowkind Leviathan are determined to have Omen find Ruby for them and bring her in to be put to death.

As with the first three books, this one was told in multiple points a view and narrated by Aiden Snow and Vanessa Moyen. Both narrators have pleasant voices and did a great job. Though I liked the continuing storyline about Sorsha trying to harness her power and not let it get out of control. This book seemed to be just more of the same. I tend to think a trilogy is better than four books when they are about the same main characters.

Though I did like the way this book had the characters resolve some of the things from their pasts that had been weighing on each of them, like Thorn’s guilt over the war when so many of his people were killed, Ruse’s past relationship, Snap’s devourer power, and Omen’s past that kept him chained to the Ancients. So this book was still very worth it.

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