Wednesday, 19 July 2017

Release Day Blitz & Review ~ The Broken Puppet (Elite Kings Club #2) by Amo Jones

Title: The Broken Puppet
Series: The Elite Kings Club #2
Author: Amo Jones
Genre: Dark Romance/Romantic Suspense
Release Date: July 18, 2017

Book Description:

“I thought I knew who I was, but I was wrong.”

The Silver Swan

1. A girl who is tarnished. Tainted. One who does not fit into the confinement of legend.

The Silver Swan

2. Madison Montgomery.

I was lied to.

I was cheated.

Resigning to pick up the scraps of empty memories and disarrayed thoughts, I left. After finally cutting the strings of manipulation, I resorted to do what I’ve done since I was a child, something my father drilled into my brain since I could handle my first rifle.


I’m a mere shadow of the girl they all knew.

Lies and deceit change you. They alter your entire outlook on life.

I’m Madison Montgomery, and I want to play a game.

Here’s what happens when I win.

Riddle me this, Mads.
What goes bump in the night,
but is something you can’t see with sight?
You may run, and you may hide.
Our happily ever after will be like Bonnie & Clyde.

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Our Review:

Reviewed by Donna ~ 3.5 stars
***ARC received for an honest review***

“They used me as their puppet. Now I’m broken.”

The riddles continue and the voice of “Saw” still reverberates through this book for me. Amo Jones continues on from The Silver Swan and in this instalment, the water gets murkier, the suspense escalates and the intrigue is all building. While this did not start as I expected and gave a little lighter start, it is not long before we are thrust back into the world of the Kings and all the secrets and lies that surround them. I am still none the wiser as to what the hell is going on, Madison certainly does not read “the book” as quick as I would like to quell my curiosity but I am desperate to understand just what Amo Jones has in store and I am desperate for the next book already.

“Because being broken is how you’re going to survive this life, Madison.”

Madison flees the country to escape the Kings but her respite is short lived. Bishop seriously makes this book for me, I am desperate to know more about him, what makes him tick and what makes him the man he is today? Bishop is such an enigma but as this book progresses you understand that Bishop has the one thing that a King shouldn’t… “a patch.” Bishop is such an alpha male, from the hair on his head to the tips of his toes. In every scene, he commands your attention and exudes this powerful energy that intimidates the reader. Amo Jones really knocked this character on the head and I would love his point of view, the sooner the better.

“Trust no one. Fear no one. Fuck everyone,”

Madison is on the verge of becoming a whiney heroine as much as I pity the situation that she finds herself in. To be honest, as I said above, she is not reading the book quick enough lol. If you held the answers in your hand, surely you would pull an all nighter and read the damn book…I do that for a romance for heaven’s sake. I know this is the author drawing you deeper and deeper into the plot, but hell, I need answers. It is this edge of your seat reading that really ramps up the heart beat and as little reveals are made I am constantly leery of what the bigger ones are going to be.

“…and that is why we can never have a Silver Swan. As alluring as a peaceful swan floating on water, but as lethal as a silver bullet.”

I really cannot say anymore, because this is definitely a book you need to read for yourself to experience the ups and downs as the author intended. This book is steeped in mystery and as I said, I am desperate for the details. Bring on book three, I want some answers!!

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About the Author:

Amo is a full-time writer from New Zealand who loves long romantic walks to the wine cellar. 

She loves to write like how she lives, hanging on the edge of insanity with a wine glass in one hand and her morals-or lack thereof- in the other.

Those are not my monkeys, I swear....
Oh those hellhounds? Yeah, those are mine.

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