When I began reading King of the Game by K.R. Bankston, it was a little difficult to get going. I had the book for a while in my Nook; I would read so many pages and put it down. It was hard to keep my attention in the beginning of the book, but once I finally picked it up to finish reading it, I couldn't put it down.
One would think from the beginning pages of the book that the book is about the Music Industry game and the character, Kenton is the King of the Game. However, you have to dive into reading to find out what the book is really about. How far a person would go to keep the one he loves. He would not let anyone nor anything get in his way. Talk about love in it's rawest form.
Have you ever thought about how people feel when you cross them or get in there way from having what they want? Have you ever thought about what lengths people would go through to protect the one's they love? Well, Khalon and Armani are true in form to getting what they want. They will stop at nothing. They will take out any and everyone, no matter if it's male or female. Ruthless in it's truest form.
In reading King of the Game, you will find out who the true King is. There are so many twist and turns with the confines of the reading that will keep you wondering. Once you get into the middle of the book, you won't want to put it down; you would want to find out more and how it all unfolds. How all the characters come together. Your questions would be answered.
K.R. Bankston did an outstanding job with this romance murder mystery. If you have read it, get it. The book can be found at Amazon and Barnes and Noble as well as th authors website.
Until Next Time,
Jeane' Elliott Bennett