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Den of Vipers

Review #1

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So yes, the size of this book was one of the biggest reasons why I was putting off this book, but LET ME TELL YOU, despite the size of this book (over 600 pages), it really is a quick read because the story is constantly progressing and the relationships between Roxy and the guys are constantly evolving.

Roxy is this young woman who has been on her own since she ran away from her abusive father. She now runs a dive bar where she makes the rules and is respected among her customers, but she doesn’t have anyone in her life that she can count on when she needs help. She’s used to having to defend herself and can bring down a man that is easily two or three times her size, and despite her upbringing, she is a fighter. She has learned not to let the demons of her past control her life.

Ryder and Kenzo are brothers. Ryder being the older of the two. Ryder is the leader of the Vipers and is cold and constantly calculating. He has always been the protector of his biological brother and now his group of formed brothers. Ryder assumes the weight of being the leader of the Vipers, he blames himself when things happens, and he tries to shelter his brothers even when they want to help him.

Kenzo is also calculating as he is the “gambler” of the group. He runs the underground gambling rings, casinos, and everything else in their town that involves betting. Rarely does he loose a bet, and even then, it is because he wanted to loose. Out of all of the men in the Vipers, he is the one with the heart that bleeds for romance. Despite his ability to hurt and murder, he is the one who is able to express his emotions the best.

Diesel is one crazy man. There is literally no other way to say it because in this case you have to call it like you see it, and even he would admit it. He gets off on people pain and loves to torture people. He’s the type of man who would bring you the appendage of an enemy to you as a gift after the enemy looked at you the wrong way. There is nothing in the world that scares him more than loosing his little bird.

Then we have Garrett who is the one who lets his demons out to play the most but not like Diesel level. Garrett was almost killed by his ex-fiancé, and ever since then he has hated women. Garrett lets his anger fuel and enhance his fighting abilities. The rest of the Vipers thought leaving Roxy with him would be the safest since he won’t make any advances, but Roxy sees the broken man beneath his tough exterior and is drawn to saving him even if it is a death wish.

So backing up the train for a second, let’s talk about how the Vipers got Roxy. Her father owed them a bunch of money, and her father basically sold his daughter to them to pay off his debt. When the Vipers got to Roxy’ bar, they weren’t sure what to expect given how weak her father is, but they obviously didn’t expect the woman with silver hair, tattoos covering her body, piercings, and a baseball bat and swing strong enough to bring one of the Vipers down.

When they were able to capture her, they took her back to their apartment, and even when she a captive, they treated her well enough by captivity and Viper standards. They gave Roxy her own room, fed her, and even bought her new clothes. Roxy resents them for holding her as their debt, and the guys have different levels f interest not only because of her looks but also because of her will and ability to fight and her ability not to cower to four of the most powerful and feared men of the city.

Although it may had started off a Roxy being a way to settle a debt, the guys are quick to see that she is starting to give them a reason to live again when they were starting to fall into a rut and starting to give in totally to their darkness. Despite Roxy’s own past, she has a light and way of looking at life that the Viper’s see and it helps heal them. But even when Roxy and the guy’s relationship progresses romantically and emotionally, will it be overshadowed by the fact that she is still captive and unable to reclaim the freedom that she craves?

Den of Vipers is told from Roxy, Diesel, Garrett, Kenzo, and Ryder’s POV which is really great because it is really important to get everyone’s thoughts and opinions in a book where so much is happening with the Vipers themselves and with their relationship with Roxy. All of the guys are very different yet they fit together like a well oiled machine, and even though the story would have been fine with only Roxy telling it, the guys’ POV allows for us to really understand their pains and past that would have been more difficult to pick up with only Roxy.

Like it may be slightly crazy for me to say, but Diesel was the first Viper that I fell for because he was himself from the beginning. He wasn’t hiding his bloodlust and need for pain and destruction, and once Roxy had his attention, he vowed to protect her (but not from himself). Even during his most intense moments he was always thinking about her and ways that he could make her happy and feel pleasure. And to be honest, he was the most frequent comic relief in the book.

All I can say is that if you like dark reverse harem romance with possessive men and a strong female who isn’t afraid to put them in their place, then you need to read this book! Don’t let the size of this book intimidate you because you’ll fly through it and won’t even realize that you read half of the book in one sitting.

Review #2

Den of Vipers audiobook Series K.A. Knight

Ok after seeing all the hype about this book I finally caved. It’s a long book, not that I’m opposed to long books, I rather enjoy them. I also enjoy RH/why choose books as well. Something’s surprised me about this book though.

The constant “Viper’s” talk, we are the vipers, nobody fks with the vipers, fear the vipers…ect…omg it was way to much. Cringe worthy. It made it so cheesy and definitely unrealistic as nobody especially alpha type males would actually speak about it that way. You could have had it once or twice in the book and the point would have stuck, as would the sentiments of it. It was definitely overkill.

The spice actually was not what I expected for a RH/why choose/ mafia not mafia type gangish type book. Yeah, thee were some down and dirty deeds but honestly it could have been far more depraved and detailed. I almost felt it repetitive at times during their spicy scenes. Obviously, there are dark elements that our favorite crazy boy adds and they really didn’t do it for me but I wasn’t put off.

Review #3

Audiobook Den of Vipers by

Well I had great expectations for this book but it’s written in a way that would appeal to teenagers. Yes the story has a dark theme and graphic sex but it’s so juvenile.

No one messes with the vipers!! we’re the vipers! The vipers strike, we will end them etc etc. There are a lot of repetitive words which give the impression the author has trouble articulating what’s in their head.

I was cringing through half of it, could have been so much better if it wasn’t written like a teenage girls fantasy.

Review #4

Audio Den of Vipers narrated by Cornell Collins

This book was recommended by a Facebook group, and I am so pleased I read it. It is RH, and you can see the different relationships which Roxy has with each of the Vipers individually, and how she strengthens the relationships between them.

It was great to have such a strong female main character; it is clear from the start that she is is totally on their wavelength, and it was inspiring to see how she knew herself and recognised what she wanted without chapters of flip-flopping.

Review #5

Free audio Den of Vipers – in the audio player below

Well I loved every moment of this book. Yes it is dark and makes your stomach churn in parts but it’s fantastic.

All the main characters are brilliant on their own but put them together and you get a book full of laughter, adventure, HOT sex, love and loyalty.

This is my favourite book I’ve read so far this year (and I read a lot).
I was looking through reviews and it had me scratching my head at the comments some people were leaving. Yes this book won’t be for everyone so if your not a fan of crazies, sex and bad language then maybe you should not be looking at this genre to start with.

I laughed so so much with these characters and fell in love with all 5 of them. Roxy is a brilliant woman who is not ashamed to go for what she wants when she wants it. I wish I was like her but I totally lived vicariously through her.

Her guys are tough no nonsense men but they love so hard and the loyalty between the 4 made me cry because they just would never give up on eachother, then soon as the little (Brat) is introduced into their way of life and gets under their skin its just the strangest but best love story ever.

It’s a good long book but I just wish we got more of maybe 2 or 3 years ahead. Please K.A.Knight, if you could do a 2nd book it would make my year complete.

Great author and will be looking through the books to find other treasure you wrote.
I’m so glad I stumbled across this book.

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