ARC Review: KING OF WANDS by Alexis Anne

November 01, 2018

King of Wands by Alexis Anne
Fast. Volatile. Gorgeous.

Those are the words they used to describe Kingston Reynolds on the first day of my internship. Well, it wasn’t so much of a description as it was a warning. Do not fraternize with the drivers if you want to keep your job.

It was a rule I had no problem following. I never saw King. He was a God of racing while I worked at the factory with a public relations team of incompetents. That was until I found myself the center of his fast, volatile, gorgeous attention.

On the circuit he’s known as the King of Wands because he’s incredibly focused on winning...unless you cross him. Then he’s as ruthless and cunning as a real life villain. The more time I spend with him the more I discover he’s earned his name well.

I shouldn’t want to be with a man like him. They warned me to stay away. And yet here I am, playing with fire and hoping I won’t get burned.


Instalust... instalove... insta-everything!

Although this story was told from Isa's point of view, I felt absolutely no connection to her. This story was all about King and how incredibly wonderful and talented he was. There wasn't much in the way of character development, but I managed to get enough to decide that King was worthy of my attention and affection. He was intense yet awkward, lusty yet shy, and I enjoyed every appearance he made throughout the story. I loved getting the chance to see Adam again (he's from Tease) cuz I really liked that guy. I wasn't sure how to rate this story in the end, but luckily before writing this review, the author gifted her subscribers with King's POV and made me want to give this a favorable one. Otherwise I'd probably be lamenting over the heroine who offered nothing of substance.

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