I will read anything I can get my hands on. Seriously.
Most books I read are reviewed for Harlequin Junkie, but I'll have an occasional independent or author requested review that I'll post.
The Darkest Torment was everything I look for in a Gena Showalter Lords of the Underworld novel. It was dark and twisted. Sexy, brutal and funny. And of course it had our beloved Immortals with their blend of modern humor and old-fashioned ideals.
She shivered, then she gaped at him. “Wait. Let’s backtrack. Did you, a male, just admit to wrongdoing?”
“Surely not,” he quipped. “Such an unprecedented event would be marked by a chorus of singing angels.”
Now I know that some fans were not happy to find out that this was Baden’s journey instead of some of the other character’s stories we’ve been waiting for. (Cameo, William, Galen, etc) But I, for one, loved learning about Baden, his new beast of burden Destruction, and sassy Katarina. And fans need not worry. We still spent time with all of the cast getting updates, especially with William and Cameo. That being said, there is a bit of a learning curve if new readers try to jump in here at book twelve, but it could probably be read as a standalone, with some perseverance.