The Darkest Torment (Lords of the Underworld Novel) Review

  • Title: The Darkest Torment (Lords of the Underworld Novel #12)
  • Author: Gena Showalter
  • Publisher: Harlequin Books
  • Publication Date: November 22, 2016
  • Edition: 2016 Massmarket Paperback
  • Special Features: Insider’s Guide, “The Darkest Day” short story, Who’s Dating Whom, Q&A, fun extras!
  • Pages: 507
  • Price: $9.99 CAN ($7.99US)
  • ISBN: 978-0-373-80373-6

Another Lords of the Undeworld has come and gone way too quickly, but it was better than the last. I found this female character way more tolerable than the last, and no, it’s not just because we have the same name. Katarina couldn’t do everything, and it made her a much more believable character. She never pranced around acting or talking tough, but instead showed a different kind of strength without over doing it to a point where it became unrelatable. However she (and you can say this about really all of them) fell for her captor rather quickly, especially after the masacre she witnessed, and left behind. But eh, it’s a romance novel. But I think it would be nice if maybe in one of these books the heroine wouldn’t fall for such (horrific, temperamental, possessive, inappropriate) questionable behaviour so quickly. There was a point near the end of the book, where I found the evolution of the Katarina a little…too quick, especially since she was going up against Hades.

Baden was a beastly brute, who had an interesting path to follow. However for someone who can’t stand the touch of people, and who isn’t an overall people person, he sure did over come his quirk rather quickly when Katarina came along. I did love the connection Baden and Pandora had to Hades, and that we got to see more of his character. And while we got to see more Hades, we got to see more William and Gillian. And wooo, that was fantastic! I really hope we get his book next after Cameo because the wait is becoming unbearable, especially with the dramatic turn of events between the two. Fingers crossed we get to see them again in The Darkest Promise.

Overall Rating: 4/5 stars. An improvement over the last.

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