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KROVS into Darkness

By: M. Lee Woe
Narrated by: Richard Pendragon
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Summary

There's a new kind of monster in town...and you are his prey....

Tristan, a handsome young businessman, is unaware he's been infected with a Krov virus. Over time, the virus changes his chemistry and forces him to hunt female humans as his prey. When he meets virtuous yet innocent Serene, his lust quickly turns into obsession. Unable to control his urge to taste her and make her his...Serene finds herself in mortal danger as the monster inside of him grows.

**Warning**

This is a dark work of fiction intended for mature audiences. Subjects include language, drugs, sex, dubious consent, and other sensitive subjects. Listeners will always be kindly warned. 

©2020 emely woeber (P)2022 emely woeber
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As much as I liked it, the wait for #2 is too long

Yeah so, I did actually enjoy this book. Still not sure what a Krov actually is or the difference in the subspecies is but ok, I'll go with it. Also not sure about the light side and dark side towns but again, ok.
I did like the triple POV and how trapped the characters feel in their lives but the story ends on a cliffy and the next book doesn't come out till 8/2023.
if you're interested in the book, I'd say wait till 2023.

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  • Scott Woeber
  • 17-09-22

If you like dark romance, I would highly recommend

Well that was a hell of a ride! If your looking for an audiobook that will keep your attention I highly recommend this book. It's Smut, romance, Sci-fi and horror all put into one and you will find the plot and the narrator sucking you into this carefully created world between Light and Dark sectors.

Krovs is about a man who lives in a corrupted Dark sector and he doesn't know he's being used for sex by a large group of supernatural Krov women. He has actually never slept with a human and he was also trained to be extremely rough sexually so when he meets innocent and gentle Serene (who's from a Light sector) he instantly knows there is something different about her. There is also another reason he is drawn to Serene but... I don't want to give out any spoilers. Their chemistry is fire and you want nothing more than a happily ever after for this couple.

My favorite characters were Lea and Serene, but Tristan grows on you too. Serene is a very likable innocent character from a Light sector. She comes off sweet and sheltered but not stupid and she grows stronger mentally as time goes on. The writing here is phenomenal! The characters are well rounded, the plot is deep and well thought out. The narrator did a great job giving each of them that additional touch via their unique voices and mannerisms. The way he voices Tristan sometimes is *chefs kiss*. Sometimes it honestly felt like I was watching a movie instead of listening to a book.

Over all really loved this story and I can't wait for more.

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  • Booklvr89
  • 01-11-22

loved it

Listening to this book was absolutely awesome! I was hooked right from the start. Tristan has a life of bad habits so it was interesting to hear about his softer side. It is always nice to read an alpha male evening out when they meet their special someone(s).

This one will draw you in and have you wearing ear buds doing simple things just to keep listening. It is definitely worth the read my friends.

I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 01-11-22

I frigging LOVED IT!!

This book had it all. Star crossed lovers with lots of drama, sex, plot, and new paranormal creatures! The characters were my favorite part but keep in mind that this is a long story with fast pacing. I read some of the reviews and it did not feel all over the place for me at least, it was actually pretty easy to follow. I think if you like pages of details about a room or place this may not be the book for you, this one is detailed but moves right along and focuses on the plot and characters which I personally like.

I picked up a sexy Angel and Demon vibe from Serene and Tristan. She’s innocent and sheltered and he is everything her society views as evil, but the way he softens up around her and the way she becomes stronger around him made for some sexy chemistry. The summary for book two start with the words ‘stronger, darker, hotter’ so hopefully this means Serene will break the chains of her society and kick some butt! I can’t wait to read it!

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  • Nagma (Take A Look At My Bookshelf)
  • 02-10-22

Amazing plot!

I absolutely loved the plot! M. Lee Woe has created a fantastic world in which paranormal creatures, Krovs, exists. The Krovs are powerful, dangerous, ruthless, and bloodthirsty.

Tristan has always lived a life full of drugs, sex, and danger. When he meets Serene he can’t help the intense attraction he feels for her and vice versa. Serene has lived a life full of rules and regulations. Serene and Tristan are from different worlds and we're left to see if and how things work out with them. I'm rooting for Serene and Tristan to get their HEA and I am so excited for the next book after where this one left off!

I devoured this audiobook once I got used to the narrator’s voice. This book was phenomenal and it had me hooked. If this narrator narrates another book I’d listen to it, but I wouldn’t run to listen to it.

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  • Sue
  • 21-09-22

excellent

I am looking forward to the next book in the series! love the characters.

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  • A Adams
  • 24-09-22

Emotional Story

This is a very creative story. It centers around Tristan and Serene. Tristan has been dating a group of Krov women without knowing it. The women manipulated him. Tristan also had a virus. The humans don't know anything about the existence of Krovs. I don't think I could've forgiven all of those women especially Cami. Tristan lives in the dark sector. Tristan himself is in a dark place until he meets Serene. Serene lives in the light sector. Serene embodies goodness until she meets Tristan. Once Tristan and Serene meet everything spins out of control. I would like to see both of them stand up for themselves and be happy. I'm looking forward to the next book.

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  • Vicki
  • 24-09-22

KROVS into Darkness

This is an intense dark romance with great s&xy scenes. The book is meaty but well worth it. I am looking forward to the next book in the series. Richard Pendragon did a very good job with the narration. I received this free copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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  • Kirsten P.
  • 24-09-22

Intense!

This story is intense! The steamy scenes are great and the story is good. It just felt all over the place to me. And I had a hard time staying invested. The plot has alot to do with morality and the scale of it, plus a whole star crossed lovers feel with a paranormal edge.

I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • Pattie
  • 31-10-22

Just okay for me

I know Serene will probably change in time, but I could not stand her character so far. Her naivete and just plain ignorance about literally everything drove me insane. I understood the reasoning behind it with her being sheltered and all, but it's interesting how she looked at things from the outside and was able to piece together how she didn't want a life in the light sector and then just continually caved over and over again as soon as she was around her family and Alex. She was so easily manipulated by Tristan, Alex, and her mother, it was pathetic. I would love to see her become a Kroc and eat Alex for breakfast. I will try the next book to see if she becomes a bad b**** but I'm hesitant. This book was so much longer than I felt it needed to be; the constant back and forth with Serene changing her mind and Tristan continually thinking he's ready to see her then realizing his training hadn't prepared him enough yet... it was exhausting and kind of boring to listen to at points. The narrator did a pretty good job, I've heard novels with his narration before and while I always liked his voice, it would have been nice to have a female narrating the female voices because while I know he's doing it unintentionally, the women sound nasally, snotty, and just plain stupid sometimes. Leah was a great character that had a lot more to her than we realized at first, and her bimbo voice didn't do her much justice, not that it's the narrator's fault that he was told to speak her voice that way. Cam's voice is another that would have been a great one to be voiced by a woman. Regardless, I don't think I can make a verdict on this one until I hear the rest of the series. I honestly thought this was a standalone until I got to the end, I probably missed it in the summary or something before buying it. But it has time to redeem itself, maybe.

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  • Valentina
  • 31-10-22

Okay

This story held an element of intrigue but was initially difficult to immerse myself into, perhaps it part due to the storyline itself and a bit due to the narration. The storyline did not pull me in, didn't spark an interest until the love interest arrived on the scene and the hero demonstrated some unexpected behaviors (hinted at in the beginning). The plot line seemed to find its way at that point but was a bit direction-less at the beginning.

The story didn't lend itself to a voice performance being in the third person. It sounded as if the character were talking about himself rather than telling his own story. I also wasn't a fan of the narration, particularly the male tone and cadence of the voice actor. Actually, voicing the women roles were more appealing.

Overall, good, but may have been better in first person and with a stronger grab at the beginning.