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Den of Vipers

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All I can say is that if you like dark reverse harem romance with possessive men and a strong female who isn’t afraid to put them in their place, then you need to read this book! The Vipers run and own the city so when Roxy's estranged father finds himself in their debt he pays his due in flesh with his daughter.

Sometimes you don’t need to find a hero, it’s enough to find someone who will stand with you in the dark and not be afraid of blood and death. Not to mention, I liked how she acknowledged her faults but did not let them define or persuade her in any way. There is some attempt at humanising them with backstories, but quite honestly, their penchant for murder and abuse, as well as the kidnapping and sexual assault of women, makes it *really* hard for me to care one little bit about them. the bookie is supposed to be the nice one out of the group but he’s the first one who rapes roxy so. She loves to get hit, has rewired herself over years of abuse to like choking, slapping, stabbing, impalement with objects various and sundry (seriously, kudos to the author for that water bottle scene.But then the rhapsodizing about his past and how he wouldn’t change a thing because it brought him to his little bird . i know a few of y'all were waiting on my review of this, but i'd rather read something i think i'm gonna like haha. Den of Vipers is told from Roxy, Diesel, Garrett, Kenzo, and Ryder’s POV which is really great because it is really important to get everyone’s thoughts and opinions in a book where so much is happening with the Vipers themselves and with their relationship with Roxy. at one point the “nice” guy of the bunch rapes roxy and the psychopath guy can’t believe she would even think to blame the nice guy.

Yes, she does fall head over heels in love with them, and very early on (by around page 60) she even fantasises about them, but Roxy is painted on the blurb, and at the beginning of this book, as a woman who isn't pushed around by anyone. I liked the storylines, first about the Roxy as a captive, then about their problems with the triad. Knight is truly an author to behold because somehow she managed to make me bored, angry, and just plain confused all at the same time.On the surface, he is Suited, calm, cold and collected with his fire locked down fire behind a wall of ice, still waters run deep with this one. Listen, I think the last quote really speaks for the cheesiness and quality of writing, but I will just end on this. Roxy resents them for holding her as their debt, and the guys have different levels f interest not only because of her looks but also because of her will and ability to fight and her ability not to cower to four of the most powerful and feared men of the city. I just didn’t like that he said a few times, even after admitting he loved her, that he might kill her someday.

And while I don’t think an affinity for knife play means that you are a psychopath, he is definitely a psychopath.I know some people have this kink, and I while I'm disparaging the book, I want to make it known that I couldn't care less what people do in their personal lives, so long as it is consensual and doesn't hurt someone. The plot line was consistent across the board with plenty of spicy scenes in between told from different POVs based on chapters. The same words were used over and over (and word choices were extremely cringe and downright horrific at times), that this book is overshadowed by the tediousness this book becomes by page 300 out of 600. I just think as a bar owner, she would know when to act crass and tough and when to act like a lady.

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