In one of the Facebook groups I’m in, someone recommended Queen Takes Knights and the rest of the series. After finishing Queen Takes Checkmate, I continued the series with Queen Takes Triune. I thought it was the last of the series, but read below to find out the rest of the story.
Shara Isador has claimed her knights, her king, and her sib queens. She took down Keisha Skye, took over the House of Skye, and took down Ra. Now she is being called to face Marne Ceresa in Rome.
Marne Ceresa tries to get Shara to submit to her, but Shara refuses. When Shara arrives in Rome, in order to go into Marne Ceresa’s nest, Shara must face the Triune Queen without access to her power.
Brief Summary (while trying not to give everything away)
In Queen Takes Triune, Shara must figure out which Triune court is calling her to take her rightful seat. Both Marne Ceresa and the Dauphine test Shara to see if she has what it takes to be a Triune queen.
If you’re a fan of vampires and reverse harems (ahem there are now more than eight guys and a gal with her in this book), you’ll want to check this one out. It is on Kindle Unlimited. If you’re not a fan of blood play, you’ll want to skip this one. And this is not the end for this series. Evidently there are books about Mayte and Gwen as well as the Queen in the darkness.
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