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Laurent and the Beast: Disfigured by a fire, Beast has wrapped himself in a tight cocoon of violence and mayhem where no one can reach him. Until one night when he meets Laurent.

My Dark Knight: Newly single, Knight is done with relationships. All he's interested in is bringing down The Count, an internet personality who is tarnishing his family name. But when Knight meets Elliot, the man behind The Count, he no longer knows what to do with him.

On Your Knees, Prospect: For two years Jake's toiled as the Kings of Hell MC's only prospect. So when a new guy swans in and thinks he'll get a patch in no time, Jake is there to stand in his way. Only the guy is older, more experienced, drives a Harley, and has the kind of boots Jake craves to lick. 

Gray's Shadow: Following a fire that left him without one arm, Gray feels pushed to the sidelines. In order to prove to his club that he is still capable of completing dangerous tasks, he will have to team up with the strange creature from the Other Side.

In the Arms of the Beast: With the world on the brink of collapse, Laurent and Beast will have to put their differences aside to stand a chance at saving their family.

Contains mature themes.

©2017, 2018, 2019 K. A. Merikan (P)2021 Tantor

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  • Bud
  • 09-02-21

I couldn't put it down

loved them, Devil packs, Time travel, Biker gang, Demon Lovers...
Five books and Four epilogues each as addictive as the last

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  • R. Grey
  • 10-02-21

So wish I hadn’t bothered.

I am utterly disappointed with this series. In fairness I never made it through book two. Why? Because the main “love interest” in the story, Eliot, is blatantly mentally ill and regardless, or because of it, the protagonist of the story, Knight, is utterly attracted to him and has sex with him, even though HE KNOWS AND ADMITS THIS GUY IS CRAZY. I have no words for how disturbing this is. I kept listening hoping that somehow the author might give me a way to determine that Eliot is actually of sound mind, just a little confused. But all the author kept doing was showing more and more examples of how Eliot is even more mentally ill and in need of serious medical intervention.

I am not someone who feels that mental illness precludes being able to love someone or be loved. I’m not against reading stories, romance or otherwise, where one of the main characters is mentally ill. What I cannot stomach is the level of mental illness, where the person is obviously not of sound mind, and someone takes advantage of that, is turned on by that, and doesn’t see anything wrong with doing so.

Joel Leslie gives an amazing performance. I just wish the material had been worthy of him.

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  • L.D.
  • 23-05-21

One of My Favorite Series

The Kings of Hell MC Boxed Set combines all five books of the series which makes it so easy to binge the entire series (which, in my opinion, is the best way to enjoy all these books). Each of these books is well crafted with interesting characters and an enthralling plot that spans the entire series. This series may not be for everyone: all the characters reside in the morally gray area and all have their flaws. But the romances are tender and hot with a lot of kink and D/s play.

Laurent and the Beast:
Time travel is impossible…unless you make a deal with a demon. Laurent is a young man from 1805 who dares to dream of the impossible: starting a romantic relationship with another man. But what should have been a chance at forbidden happiness quickly transcends into a nightmare. His only hope is to make a deal with a demon which transports him into 2017 and straight into the heart of the Kings of Hell Motorcycle Club.

Laurent and the Beast is the first book in the Kings of Hell MC series and immediately sets the stage for the paranormal romance. Laurent is a beautiful young man, proud and quick to judge, but he’s also just trying to find his own happiness in this new modern world. Beast has born the scars of his failure for years, resigned to the fact that he’ll never find love or happiness again. But meeting Laurent gives him something he never dreamed of having: hope. Both of these men are deeply flawed, but together they fit each other perfectly. Their romance is intoxicating as they do everything they can to stay together despite the attempts of demons and adversaries.

My Dark Knight:
It’s easy to be someone else, someone stronger and more confident, when dressing up in costumes and makeup. This has been Elliot’s coping mechanism as he tries to survive his meager, stark life. Elliot’s one joy in life is his obsession with the serial killer William Fane. This obsession places him direct opposition of Knight, one of the Kings of Hell MC members who despises Fane. Soon this antagonism transforms into an intense passion.

Elliot and Knight are one of my favorite couples. They fit each other perfectly, and their world is complete as long as they have each other. It’s a strange, but beautiful relationship. The over arching plot of the series starts to heat up and the worldbuilding starts to get more complex.

On Your Knees, Prospect
Attacked by a strange creature, Jake’s life is suddenly changed in ways he can barely comprehend. In middle of keeping this frightening secret, Jake meets Vars, the newest member of the Kings of Hell MC. Vars is unlike anyone Jake’s met before, and unknown unbeknownst to Jake, Vars has his own paranormal secret. The relationship between Vars and Jake starts off with some antagonism, but it doesn’t last long. Vars is exactly what Jake needs: dominant, demanding, and knows how to use a strong hand. The series plot continues to build and the Kings of Hell MC members are desperate to figure out a way to win against the demon that haunts their club house.

Grey’s Shadow
Everyone has a shadow…until they don’t. Grey sold his shadow to a demon to save his fellow MC club member. It’s a bizarre deal that Grey is instantly distrustful of, especially when his shadow becomes its own sentient being. The last thing Grey expects to do is to fall in love with his own shadow, but Shadow has no doubt that being with Grey is what he’s meant do. Grey and Shadow happen to be one of the most unique couples in the Kings of Hell MC, and I utterly adore them. While Grey and Shadow develop their romance, the series plot becomes more and more complicated, and the true evil of the demon is uncovered.

In the Arms of the Beast
The end of the world is coming unless the Kings of Hell MC can pull off the impossible. But tempers are flaring and members and couples find themselves at each other’s throats. And then help comes from the most unexpected corner and completely changes the world as the Kings of Hell know it.

This series was an incredible ride. I loved each and everyone of the couples, and the series plot was full of action, thrills, twists, and turns. This was a fantastic series and I cannot wait for the spinoff series to be published.

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  • Lynette OQuinn
  • 16-04-21

Bi-sexual mc

Did not realize it was about a bi-sexual mc Just not my thing. Narrator voice is good.

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  • Geftodd
  • 28-03-21

Joel Leslie

If Joel Leslie had not narrated I never would have made it all the way through. This story is not anywhere near my usual, but Joel Leslie just makes everything come to life. I Always feel as if I am right there in ALL of Joel Leslie’s narrations. I loved these books because of him. 🥰

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  • Kevin Q. Smith
  • 28-06-21

Loved it

Loved it, adored it, cried with it, and fantasized with it. Sometimes wishing that I was there

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  • Shannon
  • 16-06-21

So weird, so many mixed feelings

So I didn’t read the blurb on this one, 70 hours for 1 credit was just too good a deal to pass up. It had so many 5 star reviews I figured why not?

I was pleasantly surprised when I realized a regular biker club romance was mythical/supernatural. I was down with the time traveling & the demons. There was so much to want to like about this series. It definitely hooked me enough to finish.

But at the same time there was so much that was problematic. I can totally get down with humiliation & shame kinks, but so much wasn’t discussed or consented to! Var’s was the only character who acknowledged bdsm & power structures in a healthy manor. Every other power structure & dynamic was super problematic & unhealthy. The only thing that kept me from DNFing was the fact is was SO other worldly even tho it’s set in a current contemporary timeline, I had to suspend disbelief & see it as an elseworlds.

I don’t know if the author is exploring these kinks on her own and not sure of the damage unsafe play can have. Or she just doesn’t care. But man a lot of this was hard to stomach. Also the pen name is gross.

Joel Leslie using a Christopher Walkin impression for Magpie was SO bad I couldn’t help but laugh every time the character was speaking. It completely ripped me out of the story in its complete ridiculousness.

So a lot of story for a single credit I would say is worth it. But I had to speed the narration up to 1.4x and completely let things that genuinely bothered me go to enjoy it.

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  • Bea P.
  • 03-06-21

Amazing

This box set is absolutely amazing. The narrator is brilliant, the different accents and voices he uses, you are able to know who’s talking without being said.
This series is so unique, it has some paranormal elements in between that blew my mind, so different from what I’ve read and listened before, I loved every second.
Every book and character is unique, the plots will make your mind spin and the sex is one of the hottest I’ve read or listened to date.
I really, really recommend this one, you won’t regret it 😉

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  • Abi
  • 30-03-21

It was a great story.

The author pulled me into this world. The narrator did a really great job (even though I prefer his accent books and don't really like his American accent). by the last book though, I wanted to shut it off. I just don't agree that nobody had Gray's back. Beast and Laraunt did the exact same thing and only Gray and Shadow were punished.