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Book Review of Deep, Dark & Dangerous (Warlords of the Viking Underground, Bk 4)

Deep, Dark  & Dangerous (Warlords of the Viking Underground, Bk 4)
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I enjoy Black's Viking Underground series. Yes, her men are dominant, arrogant alphas, but they also have endearing qualities that make you adore them. Otar can come kidnap me any day. I'll even pretend to resist to make it look good.

I found Black's tactic of intertwining the series main characters together in "real time" - meaning instead of taking place one right after the other, they are taking place at the same time - to be intriguing. It's not so obvious that you have to already know the other characters they reference - just a nice realization as things are taking place in the civilization during the plot. It makes me wonder what other characters introduced are actually from other books that I haven't read yet.


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