I told Brigit my love would destroy her. Now she's on the brink of death.
With my empire in ruins, our only chance at survival is to run. There's nothing I want more than to take back what's mine and restore order to the shattered remnants of my life.
There's nothing I need more than Brigit.
But choosing her means abandoning countless people I've promised to protect. Choosing her would make me a monster. And walking away would be the end of me.
series: richer than god trilogy #3
genres: contemporary romance
release date: november 17, 2020
darker than night
by amelia wilde
It was a slight bittersweet moment to finally get my hands on the final installment in Zeus and Brigit's epic journey because it meant that my time with them was coming to an end, but what a phenomenal ending it was. It's hard to believe that only a few short months ago I had no freaking clue who Amelia Wilde was and now I could not imagine not knowing her or having had the chance to experience her words. Her characters are one of a kind and they have stolen a special place in my heart and don't even get me started on her storytelling ability, which was beyond amazing!
Zeus is STILL the sexiest ALPHA A-HOLE and I am FOREVER in love with him. He is just one of those characters that you can't help but latch onto right from the beginning. He has grown so much as a man and he is finally becoming the man that Brigit needs and deserves. The dynamic between these two had my heart swooning throughout every twist and turn. Honestly, I just don't think any of Amelia Wilde's heroes could top him, but in all honesty I have only read this trilogy from her so far, but you better believe I want to read Hades and Persephone's trilogy next because their story definitely intrigued me based on the small glimpses I got to see during Zeus and Brigit's time.
Darker Than Night was the perfect conclusion to the Richer Than God trilogy and I absolutely adored every moment of this twisted journey that brought on all the feels. Since I don't want to give away anything about this story I will just say that readers will fall EVEN MORE in love with Zeus and Brigit than ever before. Hands down one of my BEST reading experiences of 2020 and I cannot wait to get me hands on more of her words soon!