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What’s better than three monstrous hotties? How about four… While helping the trio of sexy-as-sin monsters who followed me home, I lost my apartment, my sense of security, and more blood than was really healthy. Somehow my new lovers make me feel like I’ve gotten the better part of the bargain. Unfortunately, their newly-rescued boss isn’t so keen on humans. I get the feelin What’s better than three monstrous hotties? How about four… While helping the trio of sexy-as-sin monsters who followed me home, I lost my apartment, my sense of security, and more blood than was really healthy. Somehow my new lovers make me feel like I’ve gotten the better part of the bargain. Unfortunately, their newly-rescued boss isn’t so keen on humans. I get the feeling he’d rather rend me limb from limb than give me the time of day. Too bad for him my mortal skills are just too useful to toss aside. After all, we’ve still got a conspiracy of monster-torturing psychos to destroy. But between crushing Bossypants’s tests and tracking down dirt on our enemies, the most unsettling thing I’ve encountered might be what’s lurking under my skin. I contain powers no human is meant to wield. What does that make me? I have no idea, but figuring out how to tap into my supernatural side may be my only chance to avenge the woman who raised me and so many who’ve been murdered since. And the one thing I am sure of? This crook doesn’t back down. *Twilight Crook is the second book in a new urban fantasy series from bestselling author Eva Chase. If you love kickass heroines with sass to spare, drool-worthy monsters who have their own sense of morality, and steamy romances where there'll be no choosing required, dive in now!*


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What’s better than three monstrous hotties? How about four… While helping the trio of sexy-as-sin monsters who followed me home, I lost my apartment, my sense of security, and more blood than was really healthy. Somehow my new lovers make me feel like I’ve gotten the better part of the bargain. Unfortunately, their newly-rescued boss isn’t so keen on humans. I get the feelin What’s better than three monstrous hotties? How about four… While helping the trio of sexy-as-sin monsters who followed me home, I lost my apartment, my sense of security, and more blood than was really healthy. Somehow my new lovers make me feel like I’ve gotten the better part of the bargain. Unfortunately, their newly-rescued boss isn’t so keen on humans. I get the feeling he’d rather rend me limb from limb than give me the time of day. Too bad for him my mortal skills are just too useful to toss aside. After all, we’ve still got a conspiracy of monster-torturing psychos to destroy. But between crushing Bossypants’s tests and tracking down dirt on our enemies, the most unsettling thing I’ve encountered might be what’s lurking under my skin. I contain powers no human is meant to wield. What does that make me? I have no idea, but figuring out how to tap into my supernatural side may be my only chance to avenge the woman who raised me and so many who’ve been murdered since. And the one thing I am sure of? This crook doesn’t back down. *Twilight Crook is the second book in a new urban fantasy series from bestselling author Eva Chase. If you love kickass heroines with sass to spare, drool-worthy monsters who have their own sense of morality, and steamy romances where there'll be no choosing required, dive in now!*

30 review for Twilight Crook

  1. 4 out of 5

    ❀ Crystal ✿ - PEACE ☮ LOVE ♥ BOOKS

    I’m enjoying this series. There’s a lot of action in the books and I find it keeps everything going at a faster pace. The heroine and her dragon pet Pickles are back this time after rescuing her guys’ leader Omen. So far I’m not a fan of him, he’s grouchy, mean and just an asshole at times. Once the stick up his ass is removed l’m all for sorsha being able to really experience four men at her beck and call 😏 Given Omen’s experiences while being held captive by humans I can’t exactly blame him fo I’m enjoying this series. There’s a lot of action in the books and I find it keeps everything going at a faster pace. The heroine and her dragon pet Pickles are back this time after rescuing her guys’ leader Omen. So far I’m not a fan of him, he’s grouchy, mean and just an asshole at times. Once the stick up his ass is removed l’m all for sorsha being able to really experience four men at her beck and call 😏 Given Omen’s experiences while being held captive by humans I can’t exactly blame him for being so moody or cautious with her. We learn though that the heroine isn’t just an ordinary human like she thought. What she is no one knows but her powers with fire are something magical that’s for sure just like the small bits of shadow smoke that crept out of a wound. 🤔 I’m curious what she is and what role she’ll play overall. Her being a mix breed will certainly help their relationship work better than if she was just human. Now all they have to do is rescue Snap and all the other captured supernaturals and take down a major anti shifter organization spread throughout the country, piece of cake.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Aly

    This was a mixed book for me. I thought the plot was slower in this one and we didn't make much progress on finding out more about Sorsha and it's killing me. On the other hand, there was more romance and a scene with Ruse, Snap, and Sorsha that I really liked, plus Thorn is getting involved now. Omen is kind of a dick, but he may be slowly warming up to Sorsha as she proves her bravery and usefulness. For the first half, this didn't move much and I struggled to get through it. Of course it ramp This was a mixed book for me. I thought the plot was slower in this one and we didn't make much progress on finding out more about Sorsha and it's killing me. On the other hand, there was more romance and a scene with Ruse, Snap, and Sorsha that I really liked, plus Thorn is getting involved now. Omen is kind of a dick, but he may be slowly warming up to Sorsha as she proves her bravery and usefulness. For the first half, this didn't move much and I struggled to get through it. Of course it ramps up a lot in the latter half and the ending left me wanting to jump into the next book. I continue to like the premise of it and I hope we get more action, both fighting and romantically in the next installment!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Stephaniec

    I'm in this til the end, I want to see how it all turns out I'm in this til the end, I want to see how it all turns out

  4. 5 out of 5

    Katyana

    I didn't like this as much as the first, and that was pretty much entirely due to Omen - he was a complete bag of shit. And my problem is not just with him (though, really, fuck him), it is more with the way Sorsha just took all the shit he was dealing out. Why, why, why didn't she throw back in his face that "hey dickhead, of the 5 of us standing here, I'm the only one who wasn't recently put in a cage by these enemies. No, I'm the one who busted your worthless ass out. So if anyone here needs I didn't like this as much as the first, and that was pretty much entirely due to Omen - he was a complete bag of shit. And my problem is not just with him (though, really, fuck him), it is more with the way Sorsha just took all the shit he was dealing out. Why, why, why didn't she throw back in his face that "hey dickhead, of the 5 of us standing here, I'm the only one who wasn't recently put in a cage by these enemies. No, I'm the one who busted your worthless ass out. So if anyone here needs to prove they can contribute to this team, it is YOU." But no. She just continued to roll over for him, and play his stupid, petty games. And it wrecked her character a bit for me. It also wrecked Snap, Thorn, and Ruse a bit for me that they allowed it.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Mandy Parmenter

    Saorsa lost her apartment and sense of security while helping the three sexy monsters who followed her home. However, the new lovers (as they now are) make her feel as if she got the better part of the bargain. Unfortunately, their boss Omen who they worked together to rescue, is not at all keen on humans - in fact all he does is test her and try his best to prove that she is not good enough to continue to help them. Too bad then that her mortal skills are far too useful to ignore - after all th Saorsa lost her apartment and sense of security while helping the three sexy monsters who followed her home. However, the new lovers (as they now are) make her feel as if she got the better part of the bargain. Unfortunately, their boss Omen who they worked together to rescue, is not at all keen on humans - in fact all he does is test her and try his best to prove that she is not good enough to continue to help them. Too bad then that her mortal skills are far too useful to ignore - after all they have the group of monster torturing people to destroy so they can release all of their prisoners. Interestingly, as part of passing all of the tests set for her by Omen, they discover she has powers that no human is meant to wield which creates the question - if she is not human what is she and can she work out how to use this supernatural side of her nature? After all, this could be her only chance to avenge the murder of the woman who raised her as well as all the beings who have been murdered since. Only one thing seems certain - that she is not going to back down! Wow - this certainly was an action-packed story that kept me hooked wanting to know what was going to happen next. It was nice to see the relationships between Saorsa and the guys developing and that it felt more two-way that them feeling that they owed her something. The new powers were interesting and I loved the way Omen tried to help her work out how to use them. The ending of this story certainly was dramatic and I can't wait to find out what happens next. Contains some sexual content.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Michelle Fritz PA

    Unicorns, Hell Hounds & Winged Things Oh My! Holy heckish hounds!! This was one gripping edge of your seat read! Things seem to go wrong left and right as we meet new colorful characters and lose one as well. Sorsha is brilliant and determined to free the monsters at personal cost to herself. She's betrayed and left broken hearted as she takes down the baddies. There are passionate moments and close calls around every corner. Her Monsters are fierce and devoted to her safety and her pleasure. Th Unicorns, Hell Hounds & Winged Things Oh My! Holy heckish hounds!! This was one gripping edge of your seat read! Things seem to go wrong left and right as we meet new colorful characters and lose one as well. Sorsha is brilliant and determined to free the monsters at personal cost to herself. She's betrayed and left broken hearted as she takes down the baddies. There are passionate moments and close calls around every corner. Her Monsters are fierce and devoted to her safety and her pleasure. Things are just unfolding with more twists ahead. This is one of the best from RH master weaver Eva Chase! She always brings the plot together in unexpected ways that leave you giddy with joy and high on badassery.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Felicia

    This series is getting a bit boring for me. And I'm super sad about it. Because it has so much potential to draw me in with it's unique concept. But it's just not doing what I wanted it to do when I started the series. The characters continue to battle the Company of Light in this book. But what makes me feel like I'm falling on the side of disinterest is the fact that this whole fight is one sided, in the "winning" aspect. The Company is ALWAYS one step ahead and the characters seem to be stuck This series is getting a bit boring for me. And I'm super sad about it. Because it has so much potential to draw me in with it's unique concept. But it's just not doing what I wanted it to do when I started the series. The characters continue to battle the Company of Light in this book. But what makes me feel like I'm falling on the side of disinterest is the fact that this whole fight is one sided, in the "winning" aspect. The Company is ALWAYS one step ahead and the characters seem to be stuck in this endless fight that they seem to never be on the winning side of. Which is quite boring. Then all of a sudden they defeat the Company? It's all quite boring to me. We'll see what the next book holds...

  8. 4 out of 5

    Deanie Nelder

    In the second book of the Flirting with Monsters series, Sorcha and her Shadowkind men have finally freed their boss, Omen, who now takes control of the mission, trying to stop the evil organization that is attacking Shadowkind. To start off with, Omen is a complete and utter jerk, and there are points in this book where I honestly wondered why Sorcha just doesn't say "screw him" and walk away from the whole situation. She has nothing to prove to him, yet he keeps making her prove herself. Sorcha In the second book of the Flirting with Monsters series, Sorcha and her Shadowkind men have finally freed their boss, Omen, who now takes control of the mission, trying to stop the evil organization that is attacking Shadowkind. To start off with, Omen is a complete and utter jerk, and there are points in this book where I honestly wondered why Sorcha just doesn't say "screw him" and walk away from the whole situation. She has nothing to prove to him, yet he keeps making her prove herself. Sorcha's other guys are still great, and we learn more about them, and about the organization that wants them captured or killed. We also get insight into Sorcha's background, which is great. Plot-wise, this book is better than the first one, but I liked the first one better, because Omen really annoyed me in this book. I hope he gets better for the last two books.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Amy

    This is the second book in the series, Flirting with Monsters, we find the crew navigating each other (literally) in this action packed story. Sorsha is a pain, if you ask Oman, but I think he starts to see how special she is and could be beneficial to them. Sorsha discovers she has powers but doesn’t understand what that means or who she really is.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Amber Smith

    I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review. I need the next book right now! This book had lots of action and steam! Sorsha just keeps being a bad a$$ and I love her! Im hoping to get to know more about boss man Omen as I continue this series!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Heather Gilbert

    Fun I can this fun, and it is, but it’s also a bloody ride of both violence and self realization - for All the characters.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Mummy's Naughty Corner

    I like the characters in this series but I feel the story some times gets a little lost. I like the way that characters are being unveiled and we find out about them, their pasts and their powers. I would love to know what Sorsha is, what her powers are and so on. I'm glad they got the fourth man back but he seems like an arse at the moment. As it stands at the moment I can't see him and Sorsha together. He needs to do something big to win me over. I like the characters in this series but I feel the story some times gets a little lost. I like the way that characters are being unveiled and we find out about them, their pasts and their powers. I would love to know what Sorsha is, what her powers are and so on. I'm glad they got the fourth man back but he seems like an arse at the moment. As it stands at the moment I can't see him and Sorsha together. He needs to do something big to win me over.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Mercy

    I just lost interest, it was a never-ending chasing and so on, the romantic plot became insignificant and I barely made it to 40% before I gave up.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Rachel

    Note: I received this book from the author and I voluntarily give this review, it is my honest opinion. Twilight Crook is the second book in the Flirting with Monsters series and it's was so good. I was highly entertained and love every second of it. The story picks up were Shadow Theif left off, with Sorsha and the trio plotting to take down the bad guys after rescuing Omen from the secret lab that he was held in. Sorsha is knee-deep in the supernatural world now, and it's good to see a mortal wh Note: I received this book from the author and I voluntarily give this review, it is my honest opinion. Twilight Crook is the second book in the Flirting with Monsters series and it's was so good. I was highly entertained and love every second of it. The story picks up were Shadow Theif left off, with Sorsha and the trio plotting to take down the bad guys after rescuing Omen from the secret lab that he was held in. Sorsha is knee-deep in the supernatural world now, and it's good to see a mortal who doesn't have the special gifts of the shadowkind hold her own. Sorsha is just as involved as she was in the first book, or maybe even more. She takes risks and figures out pieces to this big puzzle about this mysterious group who has captured some of the shadowkind. I love how committed she is to help them, while others see monsters she sees beings that aren't so different from humans who are in very real danger and she puts her money where her mouth is and doesn't something to help which is more than I can say for most people, even the ones that claim they want to help. The group dynamic has totally changed now that Omen has joined the group. Omen is the "boss" and the guys act accordingly but Sorsha isn't totally on board with the whole boss thing, especially with him acting like a jerk the entire time. I could tell how the first book ended that dynamic between Sorsha and Omen was gonna be hostile from word one and I was right and it was hilarious. Omen thought he could come in and boss Sorsha around especially because she's human but Sorsha isn't having it. I will give her credit, she really did try but Omen just kept up this attitude and she just couldn't contain her anger all the time, the power struggle was real and I can't wait for Omen to submit to Sorsha's charm. As for her relationships with the other guys, things are good. They are growing closer and more feelings may be involved they any of them realize. I like the bonds that are developing and while problems may come up, I mean what relationships don't have problems, they are going to figure things out. I like all the guys and I like the dynamic Sorsha has with all of them but I will say Snap is my favorite, he is so adorable. Twilight Crook was so good and it was filled with action, steam scenes, has a variety of supernaturals,  a mysterious organization working in the shadows and a shocking revelation, of course, it had my rapt attention. I really love this fast-paced story that kinda has me filling cool tv series vibe and really excited to see where the story goes next.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Elizabeth Curtin

    So utterly pleased that Twilight Crook wasn’t going to be added into the long list of second books I’ve unfortunately not liked from Eva Chase. Maybe it has to do with the writing improving, but either way... Here, we get the same great stuff I loved about the first book and more! Off the heels of rescuing Omen from the clutches of the Company of Light, Sorsha and her sexy group of shadowkind are trying to rescue the rest of the captured and put a stop to the evil schemes the mortals have in stor So utterly pleased that Twilight Crook wasn’t going to be added into the long list of second books I’ve unfortunately not liked from Eva Chase. Maybe it has to do with the writing improving, but either way... Here, we get the same great stuff I loved about the first book and more! Off the heels of rescuing Omen from the clutches of the Company of Light, Sorsha and her sexy group of shadowkind are trying to rescue the rest of the captured and put a stop to the evil schemes the mortals have in store. With the boss back, the three male shadowkind now have to navigate Sorsha and Omen’s obvious animosity towards each other. Sorsha is just as brave, fierce, and level-headed as she was in the first book. She’s is a force to be reckoned with on any day. With the added powers she’s discovered about herself, Sorsha wants to put a stop to the Company before they can do more harm to shadowkind and those she cares for. From three to four, the shadowkind men who are attracted to Sorsha has increased. I absolutely adore Snap, but the other’s are quickly coming into equal ranking as we get to read more about them. Even the new Omen, who started off not knowing what to make of the mortal woman has warmed to her tenacity and morality. I can’t wait to see their relationship develop more in the third book along with Thorn and Ruse. Poor boi Ruse. I hope he gets past his own past to see that him and Sorsha have more than just a physical relationship and attachment. The plot is moving well along. They have uncovered what the Company of Light are planning and are looking to completely bring down the villains. ***spoiler ahead*** I was happy to see the mortals play more of a role here, even if they ended up turning their backs on Sorsha and the shadowkind. It gave a more rounded feel to the dichotomy between mortals and shadowkind. Not only that, but the struggle for shadowkind to care beyond their own immediate circle. ***end of spoiler*** I’m interested in seeing how Sorsha can have her powers and how her past connects with that. Definitely would recommend the series now that I’ve successfully made it past the second book. I’m hoping the third will follow this happy trend of good reading.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Sydney

    3 Infuriating And It’s Contagious? Stars Twilight Crook is the second book in the Flirting With Monsters series by Eva Chase. I really wanted to be consumed by this series. It started out fairly well enough, that I had possessed such high hopes. Alas, redirecting the plot and supposition to focus so primarily on the drama with her individual mates just drove me further away. I will not deny a heavy emphasis on this aspect of the story showcased previously, in the first book, but Eva Chase took i 3 Infuriating And It’s Contagious? Stars Twilight Crook is the second book in the Flirting With Monsters series by Eva Chase. I really wanted to be consumed by this series. It started out fairly well enough, that I had possessed such high hopes. Alas, redirecting the plot and supposition to focus so primarily on the drama with her individual mates just drove me further away. I will not deny a heavy emphasis on this aspect of the story showcased previously, in the first book, but Eva Chase took it to new annoying heights here. Snap running off and deciding to TURN HIMSELF OVER to the Company of Light because he wishes to have the monster inside himself removed. THE HEIGHT OF STUPIDITY. Yes, it happened before they realized that the Company was developing a shadowkind disease to wipe out all on Earth and in their own realm. But COME ON! It was obviously heading in that direction from its inception. Why else would there be such a secretive, well structured organization kidnapping and torturing their kind unless they were experimenting how to go about total annihilation? As well as Ruse’s emotional melodramatics. Which basically account to no other woman ever considering a SEX DEMON might have a heart and emotions and want more than JUST sex. So no earth shattering mysteries in this development either. Simply useless drivel. Add this to the continuation in stringing us, the readers, along with wondering what the F? our MC is. Where her firepower comes from? What it has to do with this talk of apocalypse on the horizon? Hell related? I can’t really pull myself back into this series. Because I know we’ll face rescuing Snap, hun discovering the error of his ways, some epiphany sharing, discover little to nothing about her origins, except maybe something that points to not being able to trust someone she knows in the next book. Based on my experience with this work thus far I don’t expect any major surprises.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Leslie Sanchez

    This book finds Sorcha, Snap, Ruse, Thorn and Omen right where we left them in book one. They are still hunting the maniacs "collecting" shadowkind for experiments and torture. Omen thinks Sorcha is a hinderance and tests her in all sorts of difficult ways. Her trio is not happy with the way Omen is treating her. Fun part is she meets and beats every test he gives her. Things are not slowing down either. In fact, they are becoming more insane. The bad guys keep finding them no matter where they This book finds Sorcha, Snap, Ruse, Thorn and Omen right where we left them in book one. They are still hunting the maniacs "collecting" shadowkind for experiments and torture. Omen thinks Sorcha is a hinderance and tests her in all sorts of difficult ways. Her trio is not happy with the way Omen is treating her. Fun part is she meets and beats every test he gives her. Things are not slowing down either. In fact, they are becoming more insane. The bad guys keep finding them no matter where they are and are also targeting her friends. This is a fast paced book with more intrigue and danger than you can shake a stick at. Sorcha finds she has powers she never knew she had and they get help for what they think is their final battle from unexpected source. One of their own will face a terrifying revelation and become a prisoner of the Company of Light. If they thought Sorcha and her guys were a problem before, just wait till they come after their own! I requested a free advanced reader copy and am under no obligation to leave this review.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Book Lover

    Same issue as with the first... great book, but skip the audio I again chose this book in Kindle & opted for whispersync/audio. As with the first book, I really did enjoy the book, but the narration has the same issue as in the first book. Aiden Snow did another nice job on narration, but the weird accent that Vanessa Moyen gave Thorn is super annoying. In the beginning of the book, when Thorn's character was introduced, it was said that "His voice came out deep and gravelly" & "Thorn’s formal wa Same issue as with the first... great book, but skip the audio I again chose this book in Kindle & opted for whispersync/audio. As with the first book, I really did enjoy the book, but the narration has the same issue as in the first book. Aiden Snow did another nice job on narration, but the weird accent that Vanessa Moyen gave Thorn is super annoying. In the beginning of the book, when Thorn's character was introduced, it was said that "His voice came out deep and gravelly" & "Thorn’s formal way of speaking and outfit of tunic and trousers suggested any significant time he’d spent here had been a few eras ago". That is in no way how Vanessa portrayed Thorn. What again drove me crazy, was that while Vanessa portrayed Thorn with the weird & annoying accent... Aiden portrayed Thorn with no accent. It sounded deep & formal, the way you would expect from the initial description. Eva Chase really needs to have Vanessa re-record her parts... the parts where Thorn is speaking, anyway. The rest of her narration is really good though.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Kristine

    3.5 stars This is book 2 in the series and we now have a new character added to Sorcha's crew. They spent most of book 1 trying to rescue Omen and finally accomplished that at the end of the first book. Now we get to meet him. To put it mildly, he takes an instant dislike to Sorcha. The guys aren't really sure how to handle the situation because with the dynamic in the group, he is the boss. And bossy he is. Sorcha names him Bossypants and he does a good job living up to this. This book has a lot 3.5 stars This is book 2 in the series and we now have a new character added to Sorcha's crew. They spent most of book 1 trying to rescue Omen and finally accomplished that at the end of the first book. Now we get to meet him. To put it mildly, he takes an instant dislike to Sorcha. The guys aren't really sure how to handle the situation because with the dynamic in the group, he is the boss. And bossy he is. Sorcha names him Bossypants and he does a good job living up to this. This book has a lot more of a plot line and we find that the Company of Light keeps getting the jump of their crew. They are all almost killed on several different occasions but it seems like they are making progress. Things are moving forward with the trio, and she is learning about something inside of her that she has never acknowledged. This is a quick moving, fast read. I alternated between listening and reading and had no problems with the narration. The end does have a resolution, it is just not the resolution that they wanted. So...on to book 3.....

  20. 4 out of 5

    Denise

    Lots of action in the second book of the series. Grab book one first so you know what's going on. Sorcha is sticking with her shadowkind lovers, even if she has to put up with their newly-liberated boss's attitude. Omen is not at all convinced that she can be trusted to stick with the so-called "monsters" that many humans shun. Not that all humans even know of their existence. He also doesn't believe that her puny human body equips her to fight with them. He seems to love devising little "tests" Lots of action in the second book of the series. Grab book one first so you know what's going on. Sorcha is sticking with her shadowkind lovers, even if she has to put up with their newly-liberated boss's attitude. Omen is not at all convinced that she can be trusted to stick with the so-called "monsters" that many humans shun. Not that all humans even know of their existence. He also doesn't believe that her puny human body equips her to fight with them. He seems to love devising little "tests" to try to make her admit that she can't hang. Yeah, not gonna happen. It appears that Sorcha may have talents even she is unaware of. As things start to heat up in the conflict of human vs shadowkind, Sorcha does a little heating up of her own. When her human allies start to turn against her, she becomes even more determined to prove her worth. Then one of "her" shadowkind disappears, now she is really mad... I was given an advanced copy of this book by the author. My review is voluntary.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Heidi

    A sexy, fun, action packed read. Loved the concept of the Shadowkind monsters, it is inventive and creative. Not the same cookie cutter paranormal read. The story continues from book one with plenty of action trying to track down the Company of Light, the bad guys. New characters are introduced and I like how each of the Shadowkind guys has their own unique personalities and issues to work through, Omen is the wild card and I like how it is so easy to think one thing of him then learn what is rea A sexy, fun, action packed read. Loved the concept of the Shadowkind monsters, it is inventive and creative. Not the same cookie cutter paranormal read. The story continues from book one with plenty of action trying to track down the Company of Light, the bad guys. New characters are introduced and I like how each of the Shadowkind guys has their own unique personalities and issues to work through, Omen is the wild card and I like how it is so easy to think one thing of him then learn what is really going on in his mind. As for Snap, I would never have expected him to make some of the decisions he did. The twists are always a plus. A super fun and witty romp in the human world saving the shadowkind. A well rounded plot that has a few twists that kept me completely engaged. This is not the end, to be continued. I love this series and am looking forward to book three. I received this ARC for free and voluntarily reviewed.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Sara

    This book is book 2 in the series of flirting with monsters and I loved it so much! Definitely want to read book 1 before diving into this story. Sorsha is an amazing character. She has strength, personality by the bucket full, and is devoted to doing what is right. That devotion is challenged in this story as the stakes get raised as Sorsha and her now 4 shadowkind work continue their mission. Sorsha's mangling of song lyrics, comments and thoughts bring her to life. I want her as my bestie. Ea This book is book 2 in the series of flirting with monsters and I loved it so much! Definitely want to read book 1 before diving into this story. Sorsha is an amazing character. She has strength, personality by the bucket full, and is devoted to doing what is right. That devotion is challenged in this story as the stakes get raised as Sorsha and her now 4 shadowkind work continue their mission. Sorsha's mangling of song lyrics, comments and thoughts bring her to life. I want her as my bestie. Each of the shadowkind is strong and powerful in his own right, but they also have pain and uncertainty that makes them all the more relatable and interesting. I love how we get to see their perspectives. They each have a different relationship with Sorsha that gets explored more. Super steamy! I am counting down until I can get my hands on book 3. This is a series I will definitely be reading over and over. I received an advanced copy of this story for an honest review.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Bedazzling

    Ugh I don’t know. I was enjoying the book I guess. I honestly like Sorcha. She’s not bad for an RH heroine and that’s saying something. Most of them are always thinking of sexsexsexsexsexsex. Sorcha while she did have sexual relationships with her triad, she wasn’t that cringey/ bitch in heat/ prostitute on a dry spell. AND THEN. Then the ending happened. Snap. For the love of all things holy... I don’t really want to continue with the series anymore. There are welldone twists, that no matter how Ugh I don’t know. I was enjoying the book I guess. I honestly like Sorcha. She’s not bad for an RH heroine and that’s saying something. Most of them are always thinking of sexsexsexsexsexsex. Sorcha while she did have sexual relationships with her triad, she wasn’t that cringey/ bitch in heat/ prostitute on a dry spell. AND THEN. Then the ending happened. Snap. For the love of all things holy... I don’t really want to continue with the series anymore. There are welldone twists, that no matter how much you wish to tear the author a new one you begrudgingly admit that it elevates the book to new heights, and then there’s this. The stupid plot twists that authors add just so they have something ‘worthwhile’ to continue the next book. Absolute disaster. Nope. Not going one step forward on this one.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Toula

    Audio book review Book 2 in this reverse harem audio. Eva Chase knows how to write a story full of mystery, twists and turns . The details are well written parts. The charade strong , full of purpose, loyalty to each other the action is non stop. The love scean Are scorching hot . This story picks up where book 1 ended Sorcha And her heros find the humans that want to experiment with the shadow kind. The humans want to experiment with the unknown Shadowkind. Why are the humans wanting to find ou Audio book review Book 2 in this reverse harem audio. Eva Chase knows how to write a story full of mystery, twists and turns . The details are well written parts. The charade strong , full of purpose, loyalty to each other the action is non stop. The love scean Are scorching hot . This story picks up where book 1 ended Sorcha And her heros find the humans that want to experiment with the shadow kind. The humans want to experiment with the unknown Shadowkind. Why are the humans wanting to find out . The experiments are somewhere else in hiding . Vanessa Moyen, Aiden Snow Performance was perfect. They did all the characters great. With Aiden voice you were able to know who each character was

  25. 4 out of 5

    Robyn Mather

    Scorching! This second installation of the Flirting with Monsters series was scorching! Watching Sorsha come into her own was invigorating, Ruse and Thorn come into Sorsha a relief, Omen come around to Sorsha greatly satisfying, and Snap come undone for Sorsha just heartbreaking. The poor girl never gets a rest with plenty of action from start to finish. Some secrets are uncovered, but still plenty more mysteries to get to the bottom of. They are triumphant in their goals, only to find out that t Scorching! This second installation of the Flirting with Monsters series was scorching! Watching Sorsha come into her own was invigorating, Ruse and Thorn come into Sorsha a relief, Omen come around to Sorsha greatly satisfying, and Snap come undone for Sorsha just heartbreaking. The poor girl never gets a rest with plenty of action from start to finish. Some secrets are uncovered, but still plenty more mysteries to get to the bottom of. They are triumphant in their goals, only to find out that those were merely a single piece of a much bigger puzzle. Very excited for Dusk Avenger 😊

  26. 5 out of 5

    Inga O

    I received a free audio copy of this book directly from the author for an honest review. This is yet another great book from Eva Chase, book 2 of flirting with monsters. Loving it!! Introducing Omen who is a very interesting character to the group and the dynamics. I’ve loved seeing how this has played out. I’ve also enjoyed seeing exactly who is the strong fiesty Sorshas friends actually are! The shadow kind is an incredible world which draws you in, the characters make you fall in love with th I received a free audio copy of this book directly from the author for an honest review. This is yet another great book from Eva Chase, book 2 of flirting with monsters. Loving it!! Introducing Omen who is a very interesting character to the group and the dynamics. I’ve loved seeing how this has played out. I’ve also enjoyed seeing exactly who is the strong fiesty Sorshas friends actually are! The shadow kind is an incredible world which draws you in, the characters make you fall in love with them and the plot makes you stay along for the ride. Definitely a winning combo for an amazing book!

  27. 5 out of 5

    Greg Judkins

    I am not a prude I greatly enjoyed the book and protagonist but... do we need 3 separate very explicit sex scene in this book. A good writer can write a highly erotic sex scene using language that doesn’t have to describe how big a lovers sex organ is. I read Urban fantasy almost exclusive there are a couple of things I have observed. Most urban writers are female and most urban fantasy have explicit sex scene written into them. Surprisingly I see no complaints from other reviewers so I guess it I am not a prude I greatly enjoyed the book and protagonist but... do we need 3 separate very explicit sex scene in this book. A good writer can write a highly erotic sex scene using language that doesn’t have to describe how big a lovers sex organ is. I read Urban fantasy almost exclusive there are a couple of things I have observed. Most urban writers are female and most urban fantasy have explicit sex scene written into them. Surprisingly I see no complaints from other reviewers so I guess it part of the genre but I do wonder what the response would be if a male writer wrote those same scenes.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Christinaraven

    Sorsha and her gang of Shadowkind are back and looking for answers now that the Boss has been rescued. I love the concept of this series and book 1 was amazing and was not disappointed with book 2 either. The twists and random secret reveals were amazing and kept me reading to the end just to see what would happen next. I loved all the characters both old and new. Loved the suspense feel to the story on top of the paranormal. Just a great book that adds to the series that was fun and steamy to r Sorsha and her gang of Shadowkind are back and looking for answers now that the Boss has been rescued. I love the concept of this series and book 1 was amazing and was not disappointed with book 2 either. The twists and random secret reveals were amazing and kept me reading to the end just to see what would happen next. I loved all the characters both old and new. Loved the suspense feel to the story on top of the paranormal. Just a great book that adds to the series that was fun and steamy to read yet with a plot that kept me reading.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Ashley Hostetter

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. i enjoyed the characters and the overall idea a lot, but the plot was slow and didnt keep me hooked. I enjoyed the beginning of the second book with the introduction of the new shadow omen, and how we put the main character through a bunch of funny odd trials to test her. But then half way through the book i found myself feeling hurried for it to end. Plot: ends with them releasing 20 shadows from cages in a large castle only to find out that it was only one of many places where they are being st i enjoyed the characters and the overall idea a lot, but the plot was slow and didnt keep me hooked. I enjoyed the beginning of the second book with the introduction of the new shadow omen, and how we put the main character through a bunch of funny odd trials to test her. But then half way through the book i found myself feeling hurried for it to end. Plot: ends with them releasing 20 shadows from cages in a large castle only to find out that it was only one of many places where they are being stored and tortured.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Deb Le

    Oh my gosh, Eva Chase has taken this series up to the next level already. Even better than the first book that I also adored. This one is more intense, the group dynamic is very different with the return of Omen the hell hound - much more complex and unstable. Sorsha remains as sarcastic as ever, and the unicorn and centaur make for great additions. Impossible to put down, I read this in one sittting and am on tenterhooks waiting for the next installment already.

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