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The Savage (Kingmakers) (English Edition) Format Kindle
How Do You Tame A Savage?
Sabrina Gallo is an animal.
From the moment I laid eyes on her, I had to have her.
But Sabrina won’t be taken by anyone. She’s wild and reckless – downright dangerous.
Lucky for me, I’ve always loved a challenge… I want to hunt.
Even if I capture her, caging a tiger doesn’t mean it’s tamed.
The harder she fights, the more ruthless I become.
She needs to learn how savage I can be.
The Lark Notes:
You asked for it, you got it! I've never received more requests for a book. This is for all my rowdy Love Larks, because you deserve it. Sabrina Gallo and Adrik Petrov are fire and fire. Their relationship is an inferno that could burn the world down. — Sophie
“The Savage” is a standalone story in the Kingmakers universe. It’s a dark mafia romance, lovers to enemies to lovers again. Reader prepare yourself: the steam is off the charts, including FF and FFM scenes.
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- ASIN : B09NZ3NRXY
- Langue : Anglais
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- Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 553 pages
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Commenté en France le 19 mars 2022
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Par Mylène (Les lectures de Mylène) le 19 mars 2022
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From the previous Kingmakers books we get a glimpse of what Sabrina and Adrik are like, but this book fully delves into who they truly are, the lengths they'll go to to secure what they want and dole out the justice they think is owed. They are both strong headed and high tempered individuals who do nothing in halfs, the two together can either be a match made in heaven or the equivalent of a nuclear bomb. There were moments I hated Adrik or wanted to shake Sabrina, but also moments where my heart ached for them. They have a very passionate dynamic, playful with cheeky banter, highly intelligent in their planning, destructive in their arguments and explosive when they physically connect.
There are A LOT of sex scenes in this book but none of them felt forced or repetitive. Regardless of what had just occured or been said this is how they connect on a elemental level. In conjunction with the suggested playlist the scenes felt more sensual than anything else. Also with Sabrina being bisexual, I was happy that any sexual activity with her an another woman was to satisfy her desires not to put on a show for Adrik or any man. It was clear to see that she enjoyed both the softness and femininity of a woman while also wanting the aggression and power Adrik possessed.
This is such a gripping story with lots of great side characters you can't help but to love and returning characters that really give you a feeling of home if you've read Sophie's other series. I loved seeing some of my favourite characters as parents, especially Nero, Sabrina's dad so shares so many of her best and worst characteristics.
This was a story of self understanding, acceptance and growth while still having an emotional core and a true Mafia environment.
Here's the thing, the ffm scenes, it's not my preference but it's true to the characters and Sabrina especially. She's free with her sexuality, and that's a huge part of her personality. The freedom, the attraction it's genuine.
I love how we are pulled into the romance alongside Sabrina and Adrik. I had a grin on my face from their antics and banter. I've been rooting for them since they first crossed paths in The Spy, so getting to see them properly fall for each other was amazing.
Obviously not everything is smooth sailing for them once they are together and I feel like the stakes are raised even higher here than in previous Kingmakers books. Everyone is a possible enemy in The Savage.
I loved seeing Nero again as a father, same with the whole Petrov family. The steamy scenes between Sabrina and Adrik are crazy hot. Most of the angst comes from two people trying to figure out what they want in life and how to balance work, love and trust each other. I wanted to shake them both a good few times throughout.
I couldn’t put their story down and finished it in one evening. At one point I didn't know how they could get back on track to their HEA. My heart was definitely beaten around a little by the end. But I'm still glad Sophie gave us their story, it was brutal, it was savage and totally exhilarating. It was perfect for them.
Having said that, I found both Adrik and Sabrina the least likeable characters in the Kingmakers series. At nearly every turn, I rolled my eyes and despaired at some of the things they said and did. While the previous books had no shortage of strong alpha characters, there was always at some level a vulnerability that made them human and relatable. Not so in The Savage.
Also, I did feel a touch of irritation at the way Sabrina is portrayed as impossibly beautiful and intelligent (with a photographic memory no less), who somehow, with no scientific background, manages to synthesise unique recreational drugs in a lab. The subliminal message being that only impossibly gifted people get to experience that deep love and passion. We lesser mortals can only fantasize about it through the pages of a book. Yes I know we mostly read romances for escapism, but I'm a little tired of super beautiful and impossibly smart characters. It makes them a little too 2-dimensional. It was good to meet up again with Nero, one of my favourite Sophie Lark heroes, who is Sabrina's father. His story, Savage Lover, is what first got me into reading Sophie Lark books, and I still go back and re-read it on occasion.
To put it simply, The Savage was perfect. It was everything I hoped for and more. Literally from the first page I was hooked and already obsessed. The words were addictive and I couldn’t get enough of them. And no matter how many words Sophie wrote in this book, it will never be enough- it’s just so brilliant.
This book had me completely enthralled from the start, and I have no doubt you’ll become as hooked as I did. Begging for your next fix. Devouring every word. And salivating over every new chapter.
I knew from reading her Kingmakers series- also known as one of my favourite series’s ever- that Sabrina and Adrik’s story was going to be phenomenal. The savageness of both characters wouldn’t allow for a bad book. They demanded perfection and perfection they got. Sabrina is fire. She is fierce. She is everyone’s girl crush. I absolutely love her character and the balls of steel that she has. She brought a whole new level of cunning excitement to this book. And Adrik... My precious Adrik. He is pure sin. But he also has a lot of emotion and depth, that make him a great character. And I love the way he interacted with Sabrina and excepted her brand or craziness and savagery. But what i also loved is that both characters have flaws. Because at the end of the day, us romance readers love to see traits that make these characters slightly more relatable and human.
But this story isn’t all love and rainbows. No. It has danger, it has violence and it has raw emotion. Oh and of course steamy scene that will make you blush red hot with butterflies in you stomach.
Everything about this book is brilliant. But one thing I especially loved was the detail Sophie put into it. From the smallest things in the book to the largest, Sophie left no detail out. It is clear that she spent hours researching and fine picking everything. She has put her soul into this book and it has paid of. This books is a phenomenal read!
I give this book all the freaking stars!
Sabrina at first I was ok with her but then she said **“I’m not exactly a team player—I barely get along with my own family… They think I need their caution and their advice. I don’t. I’m the smartest of any of them, not just some pretty face, not just some *beeping* kid.”**…. this just made me angry if I’m honest but then all young people think they always know better than the older generation.
Adrik I liked he had some really good qualities to him, but he royally messed Sabrina over and I did not appreciate that. So he kinda tanked in my eyes for that.
The relationship on the whole had a lot of toxic traits, which in real life we would totally advise them to avoid. But this is fiction so it made for juicy reading.
I don’t know about other readers but I felt the ending came up too quickly (ended to fast and neatly in a bow). Maybe it’s just me? 🤷♀️
I love reading Sophie’s work and honestly I’m really glad she gave the Savage so we can see all the characters we loved 🥰