Monday, June 8, 2020

Review: The Darkness at Fall's Creek by K.V. Rose

The Darkness at Fall's Creek
Author: K.V. Rose
Publisher: Totally Bound
Published: June 2, 2020
Source: ARC for review

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Sometimes it’s not the dead who haunt us. Terrify us. Torment us. It’s the living.


I’ve been watching her for two years.

Two years I’ve dominated this college, on and off the court, and she hasn’t looked my way once. But, tonight, it’s Halloween. And, tonight, she’s the one who’s getting haunted.

Tonight, she’s going to find out that she’s mine.

I've been in sort of a weird reading mood as of late. After reading a handful of contemporary romances, I've been craving some darker erotic romances, something that hasn't happened in quite a while. I'm sure it'll all play out in the coming weeks as I make my return to reviewing. For real this time, I promise.

It dawned on me that it has been a real long time since I've read a new adult college romance, which I used to devour in the past. And I can't think of a better way to dip my toes in NA than to pick up a series of short stories. That's where the College Bully Romance series comes in. Fun, short new adult romances with a dark twist. Yes, please. The first in the trio is The Darkness at Fall's Creek. Oh boy, the darkness of the short story was amazing. I loved the tone of the story. Dante's desire for Aria, then his need to protect her... Both leaped off the page. As with most of short stories I love, I did wish it was just a tad bit longer so I could spend more time with them. But all in all, it was a fantastic dark romance to get the erotic romance mood going.

K.V. Rose is an author of dark romance living in Toronto. She enjoys iced coffee, writing villains, and everything in black.

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