The Darkest Surrender (Lords of the Underworld) by Gena Showalter
Strider is probably my favorite of the Lords. I love his devil-may-care attitude, his hilarious come-backs and digs at the other characters. And he has totally met his match in Kaia because she is just as vain and competitive as him. She pokes at his demon and makes bets with him knowing he can’t stand to lose, yet lets him win so he’s not in pain. Their banter will have you laughing, but don’t worry, there is plenty of suspense and action packed into this book. The romance isn’t insta-love either, so we have a nice build-up throughout the story, even with plenty of sexy times. We also get to see the rest of the Lords and their women as Gena’s world building and overall story arc continues.
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About Gena Showalter:
Gena Showalter is the New York Times and USA TODAY bestselling author of the spellbinding Lords of the Underworld series, two young adult series–Everlife and the White Rabbit Chronicles–and the highly addictive Original Heartbreakers series. In addition to being a National Reader’s Choice and two time RITA nominee, her romance novels have appeared in Cosmopolitan and Seventeen magazine, she’s been mentioned in Orange is the New Black–if you ask her about it, she’ll talk for hours–and her books have been translated in multiple languages. She’s hard at work on her next novel, a tale featuring an alpha male with a dark side and the strong woman who brings him to his knees. You can learn more about Gena, her menagerie of rescue dogs, and all her upcoming books at www.genashowalter.com
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Possessed by the demon of Defeat, Strider cannot lose a challenge without suffering unimaginable pain. For him, nothing stands in the way of victory. Until Kaia, an enchanting Harpy, tempts him to the razor's edge of surrender.
Known among her people as The Disappointment, Kaia must bring home the gold in the Harpy Games or die. Strider is a distraction she can't afford because he has an agenda of his own—steal first prize, an ancient godly artifact, before the winner can be named. But as the competition heats up, only one prize will matter—the love neither had thought possible.…