Wicked Webs is a standalone paranormal reverse harem romance taking place within the same universe as VOID. Both novels written, and mentally directed by Coralee June and Raven Kennedy. They can be read separately, or in sequence. I read them in sequence as Wicked Webs was wrote after VOID, although it takes place before VOID. A prequel if you will.
Blurb direct from Amazon:
I’m possessed. Deadly.
Raised as a vampire, I’m no stranger to blood. But when power-hungry supes force a ritual on me, I become something else entirely:
The Black Widow.
At first, my only companion is the spider that lives within me. She makes me strong, and I revel in that power, but it’s fueled with the need to feed.
Unfortunately, carnal cannibalism isn’t exactly trending. But in order to survive, I have to feed off the essence of my victims. By the time they see the hourglass on my throat, I’m draining them dry.
But there are more supes like me. Abducted victims forced into possessions that change their lives forever. I’m determined to save them all.
With the help of a hybrid and his crow army, a risk demon, and a rare gargoyle, I put a plan into motion that will end Spector Inc.’s plan to make an army of stronger, deadlier supes.
I just hope I can handle this wicked web of lies and make it out alive.
This book is in the Void universe and is a prequel to Void. You do not have to read Void to enjoy this book, but we highly recommend it.
I don’t even know where to begin on this review. I think I sat and stared at my Kindle for a good five minutes after I read the last paragraph of the book. I needed it. When these two authors write separately it’s one thing (awesome), but when they collaborate together…it’s explosive. Their novels pack one hell of a punch to your emotions, and heart. The transformation of the characters is even mindbogglingly fantastic. You may or may not cuss your spouse for interrupting your reading time (including the extremely steamy scenes). Coralee June and Raven Kennedy weave their web of fantastic stories and bring them to life on paper. Ha, see what I did there. There were parts of this book that I laughed, snorted, scoffed, and even cried.
Now, I am not a fan of spoilers before I’ve read a book. Rest assured, I will not have any here. What I do want to mention is that there was a particular character that was seen in VOID, and I was hoping to see more of their story. They seemed like an interesting character. Luckily, that risk paid off in Wicked Webs.
Whether you’re a fan of VOID or not, Wicked Webs is a completely different story-line. The two books are very different. Different trope’s as well. I hope you enjoy both books as much as I did. As always, Happy Reading! -Quare Eligere