Publisher: Torrid Books, Simon & Schuster
Date of publication: October 1st, 2010
Genre: Paranormal, fantasy, erotica
Series: Eyes of Darkness
Dante’s Flame—Book 1
Spark of a Wolf—Book 2
Love Hurts—Book 3
Red Fire—Book 4
King’s Ransom—Book 7
Winter Fire—Book 8
Where you can find King’s Ransom: Amazon
“When a young upstart alpha werewolf moves in on Ardalyn Hunter’s grandfather’s region, she finds herself in the center of pack politics while coming into her own as the Huntress.
Ryman King becomes an unwitting pawn in the alpha’s plan when he uses him to lure Ardalyn into the open.
Will Ardalyn and Ryman’s relationship be worth a king’s ransom?”
What I liked about King’s Ransom
- Again (as with the last couple of books), it had hot werewolf sex.
- The characters were somewhat relatable.
- I liked Perrin’s character a lot. He cracked me up for some reason.
What I didn’t like about King’s Ransom
*The sex. I was burnt out on the sex by the time the characters got around to it
*The plot. It confused me. The book starts with a werewolf trying to take over all of the packs. It ended with Ardalyn and Ryman’s relationship.
* I was not too fond of Ardalyn’s character. I wanted to reach through the pages and bitch slap her. She was this tough woman until she met Ryman, and then it was the opposite. Plus, she started acting like a spoiled brat.