Terrorscape (Horrorscape Book 3)

Terrorscape (Horrorscape Book 3)

Terrorscape by Nenia Campbell

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Thrilling and Different

Disclaimer: if you are looking for a formulaic dark romance with an HEA, you won’t find that here. This is more aptly described as an erotic thriller.
Since that is now out of the way…
I really liked this series. It gave me suspense, sexy times, excitement, frustration, and the thrill of the chase. I would re-read this at a later date for sure.
I did think the ending seemed rushed. I felt there was at least one question that wasn’t clearly answered, and it just seemed like the story cut off, like perhaps the author decided one day “hey, I am going to finish the book today” and went into her writing cave to write 20 pages to wrap up the whole series. It just felt anticlimactic. While I was pleased with the ending I would’ve loved it if there had been more to it. And perhaps an epilogue with a glimpse into the future? Just a thought.
This third book again suffered from a need for further editing, but the story is so good that I don’t care. I still like and recommend both this book and this series.
If you are ok with the fact that this is not a dark romance with HEA, and it’s in need of a bit more editing, then I definitely recommend this. I haven’t seen too much of this type of book/series- the erotic thrillers. But I love them. I just hate to see them mislabeled as Dark Romance and then docked ratings because they lack the requirements of such (HEA, redeemable hero).

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He lost to her twice and it nearly consumed him. Now, it’s time for another game. And this time, he won’t let her go so easily. Val’s not just fighting for her friends’ lives this time: She’s fighting for her own, too.

Published by Amanda Marie

Compulsive reader. Romantic suspense/contemporary romance/dark romance/NA romance addict. Particularly fond of mafia, forced/arranged marriage, secret baby, kidnapping, and dark alpha heroes. Just out here doing my part for humanity- these books won't read themselves.

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