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King's (The King Trilogy, Book 1) [Format Kindle]

Mimi Jean Pamfiloff
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A DARK FANTASY FROM NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER, MIMI JEAN PAMFILOFF (**Now Available! The King Trilogy Boxed Set**)
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THIS IS BOOK #1, of the USA TODAY Bestselling, King Trilogy...
"I am the man who can find anything or anyone. For a price. And my price is you."
When Mia Turner's brother goes missing in Mexico, while on an archaeological dig, she believes that life couldn't get much worse. But when she's blocked at every turn from finding answers, by both local and U.S. authorities, she must turn to a man she swears is the devil.

Others might be fooled by his private jet, fine tailored suits, and disarming smile, but Mia knows something dark, sinister, and unnatural lurks behind those penetrating, pale-gray eyes. And the more she learns, the more she realizes she may never be free again.

Biographie de l'auteur

When San Francisco native Mimi Jean went on an adventure as an exchange student to Mexico City, she never imagined the journey would lead to writing Romance. But one MBA, one sexy husband, and two rowdy kids later, Mimi would trade in corporate life for vampires, deities, and snarky humor. She continues to hope that her books will inspire a leather pants comeback (for men) and that she might make you laugh when you need it most. She also enjoys interacting with her fans (especially if they’re batshit crazy). You can always find her chatting away on Facebook, Twitter, or saying many naughty words on her show, MAN CANDY, on Radioslot.com! See more at: www.mimijean.net

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 693 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 294 pages
  • Editeur : P&S, Inc (4 mai 2014)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B00K59QO74
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  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 3.2 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (4 commentaires client)
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7 internautes sur 7 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
1.0 étoiles sur 5 Ne vaut pas la valeur affichée 10 juin 2014
Par Lady Lama TOP 500 COMMENTATEURS VOIX VINE
Format:Format Kindle
J'aurais dû me méfier, entre le nom de l'auteur ("mimi jean", et puis quoi encore?), le prix et la couverture. Mais Amazon.com me l'a proposé, j'ai sauté! Je cherchais une lecture très facile. J'ai même lu les 2 tomes disponibles à ce jour ("King's" et "King for a day").

L'héroïne est blonde aux yeux bleus. Elle a coupé ses cheveux à hauteur d'épaule il y a quelques mois, leur a donné quelques reflets et les coiffe façon "bob". C'est très important, l'auteur le répète sans arrêt, aussi bien dans le tome 1 que dans le tome 2. Sinon je ne me souviens pas de sa description physique, à part qu'elle semble au goût du personnage masculin et qu'elle doit être assez maigre, il lui arrive régulièrement de se souvenir qu'elle n'a rien mangé depuis la veille (sérieusement?!).

Le héros est grand, les cheveux noirs, les yeux gris sombres, une petite moustache au dessus de la lèvre et est très musclé, notamment au niveau des pectoraux. L'héroïne aime les pectoraux très développés. Il a aussi un très grand xxx (j'attends l'histoire où le héros aura un xxx de taille inverse...). Il dit aussi "fxxx" à toutes les phrases ou presque (et d'autres mots du même accabit).

Le frère de l'héroïne, archéologue, est kidnappé au Mexique. Sa soeur est alertée, mais pas ses parents. Les journalistes n'en parlent pas non plus.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Intriguant 29 mars 2015
Par Nelly
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
J'ai acheté ce livre malgré certains commentaires peu élogieux que j'ai pu lire et je ne suis finalement pas déçue!
Le livre commence par une histoire de mafia et d'enlèvement, puis elle vire un peu au "magique" et on apprend à connaître les personnages.
Moi qui pensait que c'était un livre classique romantique, pas du tout! mais là encore je ne suis pas déçue car l'intrigue m'a vraiment emportée.
Donc ne pas s'en tenir qu'à un seul commentaire!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 More than awesome 19 mai 2014
Par me-a-me
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
What a splendid suprise ! I read one of the author book a while ago, and I hadn't been that pleased. But this book!! Ffffiouu !!!
I rarely read such a good book. So well written, a lot of suspense, strong characters, a very, very good story... I just couldn't put it down.
I can't wait for the last one !!!
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 A very good read 28 juin 2014
Par mcleod
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
well worth the detour to enjoy a different style of author,
plenty of twists and turns in this tale for anyone, a good book to have around for those moments
of peaceful bliss spent in reading...
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Dark and somewhat twisted by amazing 13 mai 2014
Par Terisa - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
King can find anything or anyone but nothing in life is free, everything comes with a price. Some a whole lot higher than others.

When Mia Turner receives word that brother has been kidnapped while on an expedition in Mexico, she receives explicit directions not try to find him but she does. That was her first mistake her second was seeking out King to help find him because the price he wants to find her brother isn’t money, but Mia herself. She now belongs to King and when he seems to know things that he should never know, she’s questioning what he is as well as how far he will go to make certain that she does as she’s told.

This book does end on a cliffhanger as many of Mimi’s books do but the next book is already out so don’t fret. I’ve already bought book 2 and am in hopes that we find out exactly King is. I don’t believe that he is the Devil as Mia suspects but I do feel that he has to be supernatural in some way. A very intriguing read to say the least that will keep you guessing what will happen next right up the end!
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 Unintelligent girl asks endless AND incompetent questions 18 juin 2014
Par Alistair Crowley - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
There is nothing that annoys and infuriates me more than idiotic, stupid and defiant main characters that are like that for no reason other than their own stubbornness and ego. Few books have heroines that annoy me this much; I almost gave up reading a few times but I wanted to find out what the artifact was.

The basic premise of this book is that Mia's younger brother, Justin goes missing in an archaeology dig. At first Mia tries on her own to find out what happened but when shady things happen she has no choice but to find someone else - King. A mysterious, potentially supernatural being who can find anyone, anywhere...

There's a sharp thin difference between spirited defiant heroines and stupid, sullen and difficult ones. Mia Turner, unfortunately reads like she's more than a few brain cells too short for that light bulb. Must be all that alcohol binging - studies DO show that alcohol abuse from a young age does cause brain cell death. That would explain why Mia is completely insufferable.

1. MANY times, she has admitted that King isn't someone to be crossed. He can kill people with his mind (lol...), he KNOWS things that she's thinking, who she's dated - everything almost without her having to tell him and yet she tries to run away like an idiot. YES because taking a train is SO HARD for King to find when he can find people across countries.

2. A typical conversation Mia is capable of is like that annoying friend you go to to the movies with who keeps asking, "why are they getting on they plane? Why are the robots rebelling? Why is he the one?" WHEN watching the movie will answer all the questions. In addition, 99% of her questions are absolutely a waste of space and words.

King: "You were about to tell your parents the truth."
Mia: "how do you know?"

UM...because in the previous 70% of the book up until now, he's know everything you were about to do AND shown up. I've concluded she's of below average intelligence than the common person. Anyway one else would have asked, "What would telling the truth have done that you stopped me?" It's obvious he has either super human or supernatural or non human abilities. Do you really have to ask EVERY TIME? EVERY TIME without fail?

3. Mia is incapable of making smart or logical choices. She knows some people are out to get her in Mexico - BEST IDEA ever to run away to her brother's apartment ALONE. Could there be thugs out to rape and torture her there? Maybe, but I'm Mia and I'm really dumb. She knows that Vaughn guy is dangerous in London, King killed his people...GREAT IDEA to run away AGAIN and risk being captured.

4. She's constantly angry at King for telling her what to do and disobeys him continually when she's shown absolutely NO capability to deal with anything on her own. In fact, he's been nothing but civil to her considering. If I were him and she constantly asked me completely daft CAPTAIN F-ING obvious questions I'd have choked her to death already. It's like someone asking you where you're going, even though they know and asking you over and over again if you're going there. She acts like a petulant, annoying, below average intelligence child throughout the novel.

5. Her stupidity not only puts herself at risk, but Mack and her brother when King has to waste time chasing her down and "keeping her safe." For me, she's selfish not only stupid. It's her ego that refuses to let her obey King who obviously knows what he's doing.

There are no redeeming qualities to the main character who is the textbook definition of stupid. Stupid does not make a character good to relate to.

Oh and the artifact? I wasn't sure if her brother had the artifact and left it for King, or if something else happened. I love how Mia's brother DECEIVES her, steals something valuable and plays fire with dangerous people and yet she thinks he's an angel and thinks King is the devil when King has shown himself to stay true to his word while her brother lies and steals. I won't be reading any more books - there's no hope, she's too stupid to stand.
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 Oh good grief!!! 18 juin 2014
Par Adventurer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
I've been looking for a series and thought I found a winner in this one....but no.

Unless you like stories where neither you the reader or the main character knows what's going on, give this one a pass.

Basic run down: a woman's brother goes missing and she hires a mysterious man to help her find him. Mystery man demands damsel in distress as payment for assistance. Evidently cash is not King for this guy. The dynamic duo goes on a search in Mexico and then the U.K. in search of said brother and an artifact that has unknown qualities and value (to you and damsel), but mystery man desperately wants.

There's not a lot to mystery man King other than he's good looking, rarely speaks, is habitually punctual, and owns a lot of vehicles. That he has good hair and dresses well is mentioned with annoying frequency. Not exactly riveting.

Our damsel in distress: When not screaming, throwing punches, crying and/or vomiting, busily crash runs from scene to scene or passes out. Even less riveting. I guess that explains why I got all the way to Chapter 11 (of 15!) and there was absolutely no sex. None. Your mother would approve.

If you're looking for a read where you'll have no idea what's going on, characters that are either silent or hysterical, and a complete lack of sex, this is the ticket. I would tell you the conclusion of the story so you would at least know what went on (if the reader is actually ever told) but I didn't make it to the end of the book. Once I realized I was 2/3 of the way through the book and the story still felt tortuous, I gave up. A person can take only so much. Maybe one of the other reviewers will tell you the ending. If you're interested enough to read it that is.....
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Dark and Adventurous with the Mimi Flair 9 mai 2014
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
Mimi Jean surprised me with these books. I've read almost all of her "Accidentally..." series, so I was kind of expecting to feel the same way with this one - entertained, but not blown away. I was thrilled when I found I was unable to put the book down. In her "King" series she's hit a stride that I hope keeps up in her future books.

The chemistry and pull between Mia and King is well done and leaves you craving more. She keeps you right on the edge without boring you and really builds her characters so they have wonderful depth. Their attraction and relationship isn't forced for the sake of the story.

In these types of books I love to see the heroine develop as the story moves along, something that Mimi's done quite well with Mia. Her struggle and her changing view on the world is done at a believable pace and I enjoyed watching her transform from her idyllic self into someone realizes it's not all black and white. She's a strong character with a great balance between her strength of will and vulnerability.

King is another fantastically written character. He's dark and manipulative with just a hint of goodness. He constantly keeps you guessing his intentions and keeps his air of untouchable-ness while remaining likable at the same time. Mimi gives him some redeeming qualities, but she keeps him true to the initial character in that, at his core, he's quite the ruthless and cunning man. I was so glad that when we learned more about him she didn't completely transform him. I'm a sucker for a well-done anti-hero.

The supporting characters of Mack, Arno and the 10 Club add a lot to the story as well. And while Mia's brother and his situation/her reactions to it did give me a bit of frustration (mostly in the second book), it was understandable and helped drive her characters development.

I'd recommend the "King" series to anyone who likes a tough and likable heroine, an irresistible alpha male and a plot full of twists and adventure. Can't wait to find out what happens next!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Dark and Mysterious 6 mai 2014
Par Ivy Rune - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
This book is awesometastic and I can’t wait for the whole trilogy to be available!

King’s has a great mash up of exciting elements: artifacts of unknown origin and purpose; traveling to far off places; meeting new and stimulating people; tall, dark, mysterious stranger who just keeps getting stranger and ever more mysterious; and of course my favorite is the spunky heroine, who like a cat, cannot sit still and when there are secrets to be investigated.

So, make sure the family is tucked in and find a nice comfy chair because once you start this book you won’t want to put it down until you get to the last page. If you have enough time and caffeine, you might want to have book 2 nearby, ya know… just in case.
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