Dianthe's Darkness

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Dianthe's Darkness

Dianthe s Darkness Warning For Mature Adult Audiences Contains language and actions some may deem offensive Sexually explicit content MF with a little MFF and FF thrown in In book three of A Dia Mclearey Novel Dia has f

  • Title: Dianthe's Darkness
  • Author: J.B.Miller
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  • Page: 366
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  • Warning For Mature Adult Audiences Contains language and actions some may deem offensive Sexually explicit content MF with a little MFF and FF thrown in In book three of A Dia Mclearey Novel Dia has faced a lot in her young life and the Fates don t seem to be done with her yet Along the way, Dia begins to come into of her powers some she can control while otheWarning For Mature Adult Audiences Contains language and actions some may deem offensive Sexually explicit content MF with a little MFF and FF thrown in In book three of A Dia Mclearey Novel Dia has faced a lot in her young life and the Fates don t seem to be done with her yet Along the way, Dia begins to come into of her powers some she can control while others play off her emotions She learns a great lesson in what is expected of family, whether born into it or through blood bond, when Dia comes face to face with the darkest of Fae However, though they are feared by most, Dia never received that particular memo In this part of Dianthe s journey, she discovers what loss really is and that there is in Heaven and on Earth than even Shakespeare could have imagined As the Hunt rides for answers, Dia learns a great lesson even immortals have to deal with Heartbreak and Loss

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    1. 'Q' aka CoCo on said:

      I LOVE DiantheI am in love with this series have been from the start and I am always so excited when another book comes out. There is only one thing that kept me from giving this five stars and that is the lack of explanation. We hear about Cernunnos' cycle but we don't know what it is. Sure, we know he's coming back but we don't know any details and Dianthe isn't even told that he'll return. Robin, Bronach, and the Sluagh king all make mention of it but nobody can tell her? I wish it was explai [...]

    2. Amanda Cash on said:

      Just FYI this is actually part two in Dianthe's Awakening now when you get the book from , so my review is the same as the one I posted on Awakening because the book I read encompasses both.JB Miller did not disappoint in the 2nd book of Dia's story. I was pulled in from the first page. I experienced the full range of emotions while reading. Happiness, humor, sadness, despair, love's all their for the reader to experience. I love that Dia is ever changing and growing and can't wait to see what h [...]

    3. Liza Perez on said:

      Great read!!This book was well worth the wait. Love and loss and making her way through it. Amazing! This is a must read. If you haven’t read the first 4 you gotta add to your TBR list.

    4. Teri Jackson on said:

      I liked it, but I just wanted something more. I enjoyed the other 3 books better, I hope that there is more.

    5. Anna on said:

      I don't feel like this book was all that necessary. It was more like a set of sex scenes (and not very interesting at that) with the occasional dialogue and no plot to speak of. I was bored out of my mind.Still not sure what happened to Cernunnos, he kind of hinted on dying every now and then and then coming back. But if that's the case why wouldn't he tell Dia? And I'd like there to be at leas some scenes with Kale and Daniel. So yeah, it was a disappointment compared to the other books.

    6. Daria on said:

      Book Gifted by the Author in exchange for my honest Review4.5 starsI've read three books in this series and have loved them all. Ms Miller just hit spot on for me with her Dia McCleary series. They have it all detail, personality, magic, love, a bit of a mystery and saddness. I couldn't help but fall for the horned god, and Dia's personality is so endearing. A woman thats been through so much, and still has such a positive outlook on life and the people around her. Fae magic dark and light, [...]

    7. Emma Jaye on said:

      Dianthe is kept with the hunt, and comes to love the hunt master, as well as becoming involved with another fae species. The truth about the false hunt is revealed and there is betrayal and tragedy. I would have liked to see at least some of Dianthe's other mates, and I felt it a little strange that whilst in the human world, she didn't try to contact them. Fingers crossed that all is revealed in the next book, particularly why no one explains to Dianthe that death for a god isn't permanent.

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