Wednesday, 3 February 2016
REVIEW - King for a Day (The King Trilogy #2) by Mimi Jean Pamfiloff
Release Date: 4 May 2014
A NEW, DARK FANTASY FROM NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER, MIMI JEAN PAMFILOFF
King isn’t who she thought. She wasn’t even close...
When Mia Turner’s life becomes tethered to a mysterious billionaire, who she swears is the devil himself, she knows she must break free. It doesn’t matter if everything about him—those sinful lips, those pale gray eyes, that perfect male body—keeps her awake at night. He’s evil. She has to get away.
But when this man, known simply as King, suddenly disappears, Mia will discover she’s not home free. Because without King, she’s no longer safe from his ruthless, depraved, power-hungry social circle.
To survive, Mia will have to conceal King’s absence and walk a mile in the evil man’s twisted, cruel shoes. What she discovers will leave her more terrified and her heart more conflicted than she ever imagined.
King is not who she thought. She wasn’t even close.
My Opinion 5 STARS
The last book ended on a cliff hangar and so does this one.
As in the previous book we do get more questions about King, but a lot of the previous questions are answered.
It's another page turner of a book and is much darker, purely because Mia herself goes through a transformation and finds herself doing this that only a month or two ago she would have balked at.
Mack is in this one a little more and at times we get to see a softer side, we also get know a little more about what happened to him.
As always when King is involved we never get the full picture, we only get what is spoon fed to us, thereby never really leaving us able to guess what is going to happen next.
The story certainly leaves us with more of a tease, so i'm now off to buy the next one :)