RELEASE REVIEW: Roma Queen by Callie Hart




I’ve been many things to many people over the course of my life, but that title – King – has always been a tough pill to swallow. If I want to help Zara save her friend, then I must find a way to shoulder the pressure, though. I must unravel this complicated tangle of clues and hunt down a madman I thought I’d already killed three years ago in order to bring Sarah home in one piece.

My people are depending on me to protect them.
Zara is trusting me to keep her alive.
There isn’t a sacrifice I won’t make for her.
My Firefly.
My Queen.
I’ll raze this world to the ground to keep her safe…

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My Review

All hail the Roma King and Queen – Pasha Rivin and Zara Llwelyn – a couple who were destined to come into each other’s lives and complete one another in ways that they never thought possible despite the fact that they’d been dreaming about each other long before they ever met in real-life. But as much as it seems these two were meant to be, the obstacles they must overcome, the betrayals they must endure, and the jacked up situations that make them question everyone and everything in their lives threaten not only what Pasha and Zara have come to mean to each other but their very existence.

Loyalty and trust are extremely important to Pasha and Zara, especially given the circumstances that they find themselves in, and while many people close to them reveal their true colors as everything unravels in Roma, these two know that they can depend on one another, even if they’re the only ones who can be trusted. 

Answers to all the questions that were left up in the air when Roma King ended are provided, but that information is not easily obtained, meaning that the pathway to the truth is found in a maze of misinformation and misdirects, tasking readers with the arduous job of unraveling the pieces and separating the lies from the truth as well as digging through the plethora of skeletons that seem to reside in every corner of the Roma community.

There’s a shitload of information to sift through in order to understand the characters’ motives and careful attention has to be made so that nothing is missed as Pasha and Zara learn important truths about who they are and what it will take for their lives to stay intertwined despite everyone working against them.

It took me a bit to wrap my head around all of the information that is learned throughout the pages of Roma Queen because as I delved deeper into all the dark places Hart took readers, I could have easily gotten lost, but thankfully, Hart gave me enough direction to put it all together and gave her hero and heroine enough gumption and faith in themselves and in each other to come out on the other side together despite the shitstorm they had to weather.

4 Poison Apples

About Callie

Callie Hart is a USA TODAY bestselling author of contemporary and dark romance. Her Blood & Roses Series is currenly being translated into multiple languages all over the world. Having spent the last seven years living in Australia, Callie now calls Los Angeles home, where she enjoys hiking, spending time at the beach, daily hot yoga classes, and generally pretending to be a hipster.

Callie is often asked, ‘What is dark romance?’ Her reply is always the same: Dark romance is a story that makes you fall for the anti-hero. It is a story that will make you walk a tightrope, question your sanity, and have you checking your moral compass at the door. If you love a good story about a very bad boy, then dark romance is for you.’

Under her legal name, Frankie Rose, Callie writes young adult fiction that has been globally recognized, and has received numerous awards for her ‘Halo’ series.

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