Review: Fight the Tide (Kick at the Darkness #2) by Keira Andrews

Fight the Tide (Kick at the Darkness, #2)

 

Adrift in a post-apocalyptic world, they only have each other. Is it enough?

A virus that turns the infected into zombie-like killers spreads through a burning world thrown into lawless chaos. Lovers Parker and Adam have escaped to the open sea when they hear a message over the airwaves from a place called Salvation Island—a supposed safe haven.

Orphaned as a child, werewolf Adam has always longed for a pack. He’s eager to investigate the island, but Parker doesn’t think for a nanosecond that the voice on the radio can be believed. He doesn’t trust anyone but Adam and is determined to keep it that way. They don’t need anyone else complicating their struggle to survive. Or do they?

Danger on the high seas can surface in a heartbeat, and if Parker and Adam aren’t careful, the current will drag them under.

This gay romance is a dystopian adventure featuring a werewolf, his boyfriend, and their struggle to find a place to call home.

 

REVIEW

 

I liked this a lot but, I wish it would have been just as exciting as book 1. I felt like some of the original motion about the story was missing. I did liked it, the characters are so great. I really love Parker’s sense of humor. It wouldn’t work as a stand-alone, the first book it must be read before this one.

The plot was nice, I loved the new characters and what they brought to the table. I liked Jacob the most, but Adam and Parker are still my favorite characters. I also felt liked the heat level was a little bit lower than the first book, but it have some great scenes. I also noticed it was less violent which might be a good thing for most readers, not entirely lacking violence, but it so much less aggressive than the first part of the series.

I liked where the story went and how many possibilities are left open at the end of the story. I can’t wait to know what will happen with this whole situation and if there would be a solution out of all this terrible world they are living in. Really a recommend it read.

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