4 Star · ARC Review · Contemporary · Hot Sex · Love/Hate · Series · Sexual Tension · Sexy · Strong Heroine · Workplace

The Last King (The Kings #1) by Katee Robert

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 4 Stars

With the unexpected death of his father, Beckett King has inherited the entire empire built by the King family. Except for one glaring piece, the family home in which all his childhood memories belong. Not only are things just not adding up with his fathers death, but Beckett finds himself being at the center of some destructive and dangerous unexplained incidents.

Samara Mallick’s career has centered on being Beckett’s biggest rival. Working for competing companies, it makes perfect sense for them to be at odds… except when they aren’t…

Beckett is all alone now that his father is gone. And then Samara, the one woman who he can’t fight his attraction to, gets pulled into the mess that his life has become. It is now more imperative than ever that they find who is behind the systematic attacks in Beckett’s life…

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He was born with a silver spoon in his mouth, and she had to fight tooth and nail for everything she has accomplished. Working for Beckett’s biggest competition, Samara feels that any fraternization with him would tank her career. But eventually, their rivalry  and sexual tension gets to the point where she just can’t resist the pull any longer…

Beckett has always wanted Samara, but he understands the reason why she refuses to give in to their attraction. Now, he has to prove that he isn’t like any other man who will tear apart Samara’s life and never look back.

Though Beckett and Samara couldn’t be more opposite, they soon realize that with the danger that has found them, trusting each other may be their only option…

This was a really great read, and a fantastic introduction to the Kings series! In between Beckett and Samara’s red hot sex and the unknown danger that is looming, this competitive couple may find the one thing that has been elusive for them both… someone they can rely on and call their own…

I received a complimentary copy of this book for my honest and unbiased review.

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