Wednesday, January 23, 2019
eARC Book review: The Fearless King (The Kings #2) by Katee Robert
Available Feb 5th 2019
eARC Provided by publisher through Netgalley
Fake boyfriend. Real danger.
Journey King is an expert at managing the family business. But when her father returns to Houston hell-bent on making a play for the company, Journey will do anything to stop him, even if that means going to Frank Evans for help. Frank deals in information, the dirtier the better. Rugged and rock solid, he’s by far her best ally—and also the most dangerous.
Frank knows better than to get tangled up with the Kings. But something about Journey’s rare vulnerability drags him deep into enemy territory . . . and into her darkest past. Pretending to be her boyfriend may be necessary for their plan to work, but Frank soon finds helping Journey is much more than just another job—and he’ll do whatever it takes to keep her safe.
Journey King looks like a tough girl on the outside and she handles herself in her families company. It's all a facade that quickly crumbles when her father shows back up in her life and tries to take over the company. The king siblings were all abused by their dad but very few people know this. Frank Evans isn't exactly a friend to the Journey but she needs help and she doesn't want her brothers to get involved if she can help it and Frank is a powerful man. I loved these two together. Frank starts holding Journey up at the beginning of this story but slowly with Frank's help and patience Journey takes control of her fears. When Frank gets threatened all bets are off. She turns into a total bad ass. I love how these two are a team. One of the great things about this book is there is no way to guess what's coming. It's a surprise right up to the very end. I can't wait for book three.
Find out more about Katee Roberts and this series here www.kateerobert.com