GtPGKogPYT4p61R1biicqBXsUzo" /> Google+ Book Review: Darkkin Queen (A novel of the Demon Accords – Book 16) by John Conroe | I Smell Sheep

Paranormal reviews of books, movies, comics with author interviews and giveaways we love urban fantasy, romance, science fiction, horror, fantasy, mysteries

Tuesday, September 22, 2020

Book Review: Darkkin Queen (A novel of the Demon Accords – Book 16) by John Conroe

Darkkin Queen (A novel of the Demon Accords – Book 16)
by John Conroe
May 30, 2020
Pages: 335
Book 16 of the Demon Accords. Tatiana Demidova - natural born vampire, Coven royalty, fighter, CEO, mate of the God Hammer, Fallen Angel... mother. She wears many hats, balances diverse duties, multi-tasks like any other woman, except most of those don't face demons from Hell, monsters from Fairie, alien invaders, or pissy world leaders. Follow Tanya through a week of her busy life as she works to save the her children, her mate, her friends, stockholders and the very world, in that order.

Darkkin Queen is set in the perspective of Tanya which is something we haven’t seen a lot of in this series and it was refreshing to see things through her eyes. The most important thing in her life, next to her Chosen is her kids. When the powers of the world decide that threatening those closest to her will help them achieve their goals the aftermath could be world ending.

Declan and Stacia have become a vital part of saving the world from the Vorsook, if the governments of the world, Fairie, and their own team doesn’t alienate them from the mission than there might be a chance of saving most of the humans on the planet. As Declan’s powers have grown so has his concern on how they are used. Omega, however, has no qualms about taking over countries if they aren’t going to play nice with others which is somewhat concerning to the team.

The Demon Accords series has grown over the years and is still one of my ultimate favorites.

Getting 5 sheep

Denise B

About the Author:
Conroe wrote his first readable novel, God Touched, right after finishing his daughter's copy of Twilight and muttering: "Vampires don't farging sparkle!"

With seven more books in the series and a stand alone novel (Black Frost), he doesn't seem to be slowing down. He cut his reading teeth on the likes of Robert E. Howard, Edgar Rice Burroughs, JRR Tolkien, Robert Heinlein, Andre Norton, and H. Beam Piper.

Financial professional by day and author by night (actually by morning), he bangs out his stories with fingers that are usually sore from forge burns or getting beat up at the dojo.

No comments:

Post a Comment