Book 65 out of a 100 (L.O.R.D.S series #5)

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@ShyBear88 (59199)
Sterling, Virginia
November 7, 2023 10:18am CST
Book 65 is book 5 of the L.O.R.D.S series this one is about Carange a location that is part of the secret society of the LORDS that is run by 3 brother (not biological) the Spades. They run it and it's no as hell for a reason. It's were those that have broken the rules of the LORDS go that are too good to have a smile death they instead get to live a long and painful exist as a toy to those that run Carange and whatever they want to do to you. This is the story of Stain and his love of Ashyn. The plot isn't fully developed and gets a little complicated at the end of the book. Like the last 4 chapters are a lot of what?? I end up getting confused but at least I was warned before that it would be more smutt than it would be plot which is fine. It's dark smutt so it's heavy. There are supposed to be two more books with the Spade brothers falling the other Kashton and Haiydn. I think I know how one of the female love interests is supposed to be for Kashton but I could be wrong. The book does make you think hard about how to trust and not trust and sometimes you can't even trust your family.
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@sharonelton (23489)
• Lichfield, England
8 Nov
Ooh, I couldn't really tell from this wether you enjoyed the book or not, due to the complicated bit that wasn't fully developed at the end.
@ShyBear88 (59199)
• Sterling, Virginia
8 Nov
As an author the confusing part at the end with the characters I think could use more work it's already over 500 pages but it's also part of a series so some of that could be filled in later in the next 2 books that is an authors choice on their personal development of the books. As a reader, it doesn't bother me enough to dislike the book. I gave it a 5 knowing already being told by an ARC reader that the plot wasn't fully there. Most of this author's readers are in the book for the smutty parts. which were on the spot for what I felt of the MMC to the FMC. Would I read the other two books that come yes! I'm excited for them and waiting for their release.
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@sharonelton (23489)
• Lichfield, England
8 Nov
@ShyBear88 For me, if I'm reading a book, even if it's part of a series, I still like to know what's going on, like it should still have a beginning, a middle and an end. Even if the story kind of carries on in the series, each book should also be able to stand up on its own. I wouldn't read a book just for smutty parts. In fact I'd prefer it if there weren't any. I'm glad you are excited for the other books in the series, and I hope you like them.
@ShyBear88 (59199)
• Sterling, Virginia
8 Nov
@sharonelton Not all serise are standalone and some interlock even if it's not intentional the author might have spent time developing it. With smutty romance books, not all of them have plots or will have a deep plot that is something we romance readers understand depending on what book you are going into. If it is smutty based you will have very little plot you're in it for the spicey sense, not the character development and the plot. I rather read a book for smut than a book that bores me because the plot is long and drawn out. Some have both which is why they are more likely a series because the plot will carry on into the next book. They might have a break of a certain person KO'd out but another bigger one will be behind to follow. Which is what this series does. Slowly some of them interlock with past characters or side characters. Several of the mentioned characters in this book were never seen again which could be a sign they will be popping into the next book. Also, new characters introduced could mean they are going to have their own spin-off books or series of their own or not all.
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