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King by Susan A. Bliler Review

Title: King

Author: Susan A. Bliler

First published October 28, 2013

247 pages, Kindle Edition

Rating: 3.74


Lilly Worthington, the personal assistant to the CEO, Monroe StoneCrow, has always kept her head down and ignored the strange occurrences around her. That is until King Mulholland, Monroe’s new Chief of Security, arrives and throws her off balance.

Despite her attraction to King, Lilly tries to focus on her work and ignore the threats at home. But when Lilly is attacked, King’s protective instincts kick in, and he’ll do anything to keep her safe.

With Monroe’s scheming and King’s uncontrollable urges, the two must navigate a dangerous path to uncover the truth about Monroe’s staff and their own feelings for each other. Skin Walker King Mulholland is willing to fight for his angel, even if it means going against his friend and mentor.

About the Author

I come from Central Montana, residing in a place that sits between Stone Crow Estates and the North Fortress. I was born and raised in a wild location that connects the rolling prairies and majestic mountain peaks.

My family’s lineage has a mix of cultures. My father’s ancestors come from a fiercely proud Scandinavian background, while my mother’s tribes are from two unique and stunning nations, White Clay and Nakoda.

These cultures have inspired my Skin Walker series.

I have a great interest in MMA, boxing, and music, mainly 30 Seconds to Mars, DMX, Nahko and Medicine for the People, and 21 Pilots. Reading also encourages me to write.

But, let me be clear, I won’t say that I love coffee and chocolate because who doesn’t? On the other hand, I’m not a fan of beer, but we have an exclusive and serious relationship.

(Mom, please don’t call me after reading this.)

If you have any feedback, please share it with me. But, if it’s not positive, please be gentle.

As Erykah Badu said, “Keep in mind that I’m an artist, and I’m sensitive about my shit!” Visit my website for updates, blog posts, and excerpts from my upcoming books.


Editoral Review

Susan A. Bliler’s King is a steamy romance novel that will undoubtedly get your heart racing.

The novel was first published in 2013 and is a great addition to the erotic romance genre. In King, Bliler introduces us to the two main characters, Brooklyn and King.

Brooklyn is a confident and independent woman who is used to taking care of herself. King is a wealthy businessman with a dark past that he keeps hidden from everyone.

Despite their different social backgrounds, the two fall deeply in love, leading to a very intense and passionate romance. The setting for the novel takes place in Los Angeles, where Brooklyn has moved to start a new life.

Despite her background of growing up in a rough neighborhood, Brooklyn quickly adapts to the glamour of Los Angeles and secures a job as King’s personal assistant. As their love for each other grows, they must face many obstacles, including disapproving family members and King’s troubled past.

Bliler’s writing style is conversational, making it effortless to read and immerse yourself in the story. Her characters are well-developed, and the plot has just the right amount of drama, romance, and suspense.

Readers will find themselves emotionally invested in the lives of Brooklyn and King, with every turn of the page bringing new surprises and plot twists. Perhaps the most significant strength of the book is the tension created between the two main characters.

King’s dark past and Brooklyn’s unwavering commitment to him create a compelling dynamic that keeps readers engaged throughout the story. The author does an excellent job of building tension and crafting a plot that keeps readers on edge.

While the novel may not have a significant cultural or historical significance, it does an excellent job of showcasing the dynamic between two characters from different backgrounds. Many readers will find the relationship between Brooklyn and King relatable to their own romantic lives, even though it is much more intense than most romances.

One potential flaw of the book may be its predictability. While the plot is well-crafted and engaging, some readers may find certain plot twists to be predictable or repetitive, thus detracting from the overall reading experience.

Overall, King by Susan A. Bliler is a well-written novel that is sure to entertain fans of the erotic romance genre.

The well-developed characters and engaging plot make it a worthy read for anyone looking for an engaging and highly-charged romance novel. This book is highly recommended for readers looking for a satisfying and sultry weekend read.

With that said, King deserves a rating of 4 out of 5 stars.