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Angeles Knight orders the liberation of Mian Ross.
He’ll tear down their enemies, forsake his throne, and give his life to keep
All Mian must do is forgive his betrayal and put her heart on the line.
His legacy.The Bandit:
The Sixth Knight
~ Maria’s Review ~
The Knight is a fabulous conclusion to a fantastic story that began with The Bandit. This story is dark, twisted and gritty. It is filled with betrayal, mistrust, conspiracy and passion. Our hero and heroine, Angel and Mian just can’t seem to get out of their own way. With everything they have been through and survived, trust doesn’t come easy. Miscommunication and assumptions are a way of life.
With The Knight, author B.B Reid picks up where The Bandit left off effortlessly. Continuing in alternating POV, we are thrust back into the chaos that is Angel and Mian’s life. Not sure who is friend or foe, the story moves at a thrilling, page-turning pace with more twists and turns than the Cyclone at Coney Island. And I loved it. My heart raced and pulse pounded and then B.B Reid surprises even me.
I love these characters. Perfectly imperfect. The push/ pull is intense. Their dialogue sarcastic, witty, menacing and thick with sexual tension. The sex is smoking hot. The relationship is messed up but I couldn’t help want them to make it together.
Angel and Mian grow and come into their own. Their story comes full circle. I loved it and highly recommend it. It is dark and disturbing, not warm and fuzzy. But that’s what I love about it. I loved the secondary characters and cannot wait for Lucas and Z to get their own books.
B.B., ALSO KNOWN as Bebe, found her passion for romance when she read her first romance novel by Susan Johnson at a young age. She would sneak into her mother’s closet for books and even sometimes the attic. It soon became a hobby, and later an addiction, influencing her life in a positive way.
Bebe is fresh out of undergrad college and has always wondered about the existence of her talent. When she finally decided to pick up a metaphorical pen and start writing, she found a new way to embrace her passion.
She favors a romance that isn’t always easy on the eyes or heart, and loves to see characters grow–characters who are seemingly doomed from the start but find love anyway.
Fear Me, her debut novel, is the first of many.