Review: Ruthless by Gena Showalter

Synopsis:

Forbidden. Powerful. Ruthless. 

Micah the Unwilling, fae King of the Forgotten, can tame even the most violent of beasts. Forged on the battlefield, this iron-willed warrior considers his soldiers his family, and he will stop at nothing to reclaim their dispossessed land. Gearing for war with a sadistic enemy, he is disciplined and focused—until a feral beauty he encountered long ago wanders into his camp. 

Viori de Aoibheall wields a terrifying ability to sing monsters to life. Having spent her childhood in a forest, raising herself and her frightening creations—the only friends she’s ever known—she’s ill prepared for the scarred royal and his fearsome brutality. Not to mention the ferocity of their connection and the carnality of his touch. But the real problem? Her brother is Micah’s greatest foe. And though the sensual king makes her burn, she must stop him, whatever the cost.

Rating: 5-stars

Review:

Gena Showalter’s latest paranormal romance release, Ruthless, is just that! The characters were ruthless in life, love, ans battle! Strong characters including the heroine. Twists and unexpected twists were found throughout this epic read. I love the dialogue. The characters have some serious flaws that made me wonder what the ending would be. But it all made perfect sense. Gena Showalter writes with plenty of humor and suspense to torment her readers with such engaging characters!

This novel is an unforgettable experience. The emotional journey was everywhere, and I loved every moment of it. From family issues and secrets to finding the one and keeping secrets and using seduction as a way to control…Ruthless, is indeed the perfect read and title! This writer was ruthless in her writing creating a magic unlike anything I’ve read. This book goes beyond just another paranormal dark yet edgy romance. It is so much more! I started and could not stop reading. I want more! Overall, there was plenty of action of every kind to keep my full undivided attention. I plan to keep reading more of Gena Showalter’s books in the future.

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