Monday, October 6, 2014

Little Dove by Jaden Wilkes


How can you ever hope to find normal when your life is anything but?

Determined to make amends for his past, and show Columbia he truly is a changed man, Dimitri sets out to right wrongs and decimate those who bring nothing but sorrow to the world.

Something goes wrong and Columbia is taken, spirited away into the underground world of sex trafficking and international crime syndicates.

Dimitri must fight his way across the Europe to find her and bring her home. He would rather see the world burn than live without her in it.

He will tear the world apart looking for his little dove.

This is a tragic story exploring the consequences of daring to love in the midst of chaos and terror.

**Book Three in the Beast Series. Books one and two are already out.

****As with The Beast, this book contains graphic depictions of physical abuse, rough sex and dubious consent. It may contain triggers for several different reasons, so please read with caution. That being said, it is also a book filled with hope, love and light in the dark
It was in the wee hours of yesterday morning that I finished the third book in The Beast saga entitled Little Dove by Jaden Wilkes. At the end of the second installment, Ms. Wilkes led me down a rabbit hole with an epilogue that seemingly had nothing to do with the love and the story of Dimitri and Columbia. I had no idea at the time where she was leading me with the introduction of such random characters in a story that I loved, but I trusted her and followed cautiously and was not at all disappointed.

In this third, hopefully not the last, of The Beast saga, Dimitri and Columbia are blissfully enjoying their lives together and the boogie man in their dreams has finally been eliminated. All seems well until Columbia’s fast-tailed little sister Eden, comes to visit and is caught in a compromising position and is on the verge of being stolen away in the night into the ugly world of human trafficking. But luckily for her, she has a sister with a certain set of skills who rescues her and finally talks some sense into that girl. However, this rescue mission is a turning point in this not so pretty love affair that forces Dimitri to nearly tear down the walls of the earth to get his Little Dove back inside of their perfectly imperfect paradise.

This book had EV-VER-RY thing in it!! From street fights to helicopters to explosives to the unspeakable. Everything was on the pages of this novel and the good, the bad, and the ugly made this story a unique and well told Jaden Wilkes tale. I made the following statement after I read my first Jaden Wilkes novel, if Quentin Tarantino wrote a dark erotic tale then you would have The Beast, Perfectly Normal, & definitely Little Dove.

I digress. I hope this is not the last I read of Dimitri, Columbia, and Nico, because I have a feeling that after reading this epilogue there is so much more story to be told. Please don’t let us down Ms. Wilkes…Sincerely, A Fan.

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