Tuesday, September 12, 2017
•٠•● (o,..,o) ●•٠• Review For BLACK (All The King's Men #8) by Donya Lynne •٠•● (o,..,o) ●•٠•
(All The King's Men #8)
By Donya Lynne
GENRE: Paranormal Romance
LENGTH: 105,000 words
Publication: September 12th 2017
Micah Black thought he was the last of his bloodline.
He was wrong. Dead wrong.
Micah just found out he has a brother. Ronan, the cat burglar
who broke into his apartment and stole the ankh he’d been
entrusted to protect, has turned out to be none other than his
own flesh and blood. But that’s not the only revelation he
uncovers about his family. After centuries of thinking his
father was killed during the war, he learns that his father is
alive. Still suffering the loss of Micah’s mother, his beloved
mate, but alive.
The discoveries continue to pile up as more tightly held
secrets and shocking surprises come to light, upending
Micah’s world, sending him into a whirlwind of emotions and
memories of war, love, and death. But it’s what King Bain
reveals that throws Micah for the biggest loop. One that will
chart a new path for Micah’s future and change the course
of the coming war between the vampires and the drecks
In the much-anticipated eighth book of the emotionally-
wrenching, heart-stopping All the King’s Men Series, you see
Micah as you’ve never seen him before. You will meet new
characters pivotal to the survival—and hearts—of the
characters you’ve come to love. Aliases will be revealed,
alliances will be formed, and new enemies exposed as
paranormal forces converge in a battle to decide who will
ultimately rule humanity.
Recommended for fans of
J.R. Ward, Lara Adrian, Kresley Cole.
·٠•● Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ ●•٠· Donya Lynne ·٠•● Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ ●•٠·
Donya Lynne is the bestselling author of the award-winning
All the King’s Men Series and a member of Romance Writers
of America. Making her home in a wooded suburb north of
Indianapolis with her husband, Donya has lived in Indiana
most of her life and knew at a young age that she was
destined to be a writer. She started writing poetry in grade
school and won her first short story contest in fourth grade.
In junior high, she began writing romantic stories for her
friends, and by her sophomore year, she’d been
dubbed Most Likely to Become a Romance Novelist. In 2012,
she made that dream come true by publishing her first two
novels and a novella. Her work has earned her two IPPYs
(one gold, one silver) and two ELit Awards (one gold, one
silver) as well as numerous accolades. When she’s not
writing, she can be found cheering on the Indianapolis Colts
or doing her cats’ bidding.