June 3, 2017

A Vow of Thorns by R. Scarlett|| ARC Review

A Vow of Thorns by R. Scarlett|| ARC ReviewA Vow of Thorns by R. Scarlett
Series: Blackest Gold #3
Published by R. Scarlett on June 1st, 2017
Format: e-ARC
Source: Author
Genres: New Adult, Paranormal Romance
Pages: 201
5 Stars

Never disobey the court.
Never disobey the crown.
And never tame that vicious heart.
In A Vow of Thorns, sacred laws are broken when a beauty holds an iron heart.

R. Scarlett slays again! With the third installment in her Blackest Gold series Tensley and Molly face their toughest trials yet. Not only do they have to worry about what was revealed at the end of book two but they have to do all while guarding their hearts in Fallen’s Kingdom.

You know Fallen, right? The leader of the demons and is basically evil incarnate. Yeah, him. The one who has a rule against demons loving and growing a heart. Things aren’t looking good for our two lovers, Molly and Tensley. Yet they don’t let that stop them from being adorable and snarky and just all around two of my favorite characters.

Molly and Tensley really come into their own in this book. If book two was Molly finding her voice in this new world, book three was Tensley and Molly working together to keep each other safe and find a place in their hearts…or in Tensley’s case, if he had one.

With each installment R. Scarlett blows me away, her writing, her words, her world, her books they just keep getting better and better. Book two blew me away but this book took me to the sky. All the twists, all the turns, all the fucking revelations and secrets. Readers get taken deeper into the Blackest Gold world, farther into demon culture and how the inner politics work. But just like the other books this story is sexy, fast paced, and alluring. Dark and mysterious with beautiful touches of romance.

Just be careful, this book will leave you in tears, clutching the book or kindle to your chest, looking for ways to get book four faster. The ending might be painful but it’s so impactful, so moving, and contains all the possibilities. Besides, would it be an R. Scarlett book if she didn’t leave us wanting more and forming theories? I don’t think so.

I think I say this every review of this series, but PNR is my first love ¬†and a genre I will always hold close to my little black heart and this series, by far, is at the very top of my list. I just can’t get enough of it!

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