Review: Vlad (The V Games #1) by Ker Dukey & K. Webster
Publication Date: February 24, 2018
Rating: 5 stars
Everything I do has purpose. Everything I do has reason. Until her.
The Vasiliev name is a powerful one.
We rule with an iron fist and we do it well.
Being the eldest, I am Father’s best hope at keeping us at the top of the food chain.
Everything I do has purpose.
Everything I do has reason.
I play my games thinking several moves ahead.
Power. Power. Power.
The next move requires I marry and soon.
This will strengthen us and secure our position.
But I am not to marry her.
I am to wed the eldest Volkov.
Problem is, her younger sister is the one who awakens my dead heart.
It is her I want in my bed and by my side forever.
Her. Her. Her.
In this game, though, it’s not about what I want.
But maybe it can be about what she wants.
I am Vlad.
Vile. Vicious. Villainous. Vasiliev.
I absolutely LOVED reading Vlad. I was completely sucked in from page one, and literally could not stop reading it. Vlad has everything, and I mean everything, I love about a dark mafia romance. There is suspense, a bit of angst, and the best part was the “romance” parts.
I seriously couldn’t get enough of Vlad. He’s just one of those characters that no matter what he does, you can’t help but love him. I’m very interested to see where Ker Dukey & K. Webster take this series, and I’m impatiently waiting for the next book.
I highly recommend checking this one out, especially if you love a darker read.