Kate by Tate James

Kate
Kate by Tate James

Madison Kate Book 4

Romance, Dark Romance, Reverse Harem, Romantic Suspense

Steam Level: Almost Too Hot to Handle

Rating:

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Synopsis

“I never miss.”

Riot Night changed my life.

Coming back to Shadow Grove turned it on its head.

I’ve been hunted, stabbed, stalked, tormented, and used. Hate fueled me, lies tore me apart, and in the end everything I thought I knew turned out to be fake.

Except… Riot Night also brought Archer, Kody, and Steele back into my life. No matter how much I’ve fought it, hated it, been lied to or discovered the deceptions—I want them in my life.

No one owns me.

No one is taking them away.

This is my life, dammit, and these guys are mine to keep.

If a war is what it takes, then a war is what they’ll get. 

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Review

Well, holy crap, what a ride.  I think Kate packed more action than all of the first three books combined, and I am not just talking about the violence (wink).  And I loved every second of it. 

After the ending of the third book, I was anxious to start Kate, and once I started, I found I couldn’t stop reading.  We finally get all (well almost) the answers we’ve been waiting for.  This book is not for the faint of heart. It is dark, violent, brutal, and steamy AF.  I loved it, but be prepared.  With all that said, there are still so many funny and heartwarming parts of this book.  That’s what makes it so great; it is the best of both worlds.  

I’ve grown to really love these characters over these four books, though Steele is and will always be my favorite. I really enjoyed watching them grow through the series.  Each of them overcame something and ended up stronger on the other side. One of the things I love about series, is seeing the characters grow with each book, and the Madison Kate series did not disappoint.  

The Madison Kate series is probably my favorite reverse harem romance. It has a great story and wonderful characters, and I love Tate’s writing.  Her pop culture references are right on, and I’m not just saying that because she referenced three of my favorite TV shows.  If you haven’t read this one yet, do yourself a favor and pick it up now!   

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