Dark Bastard (Dark Sparrow Novel Book 5) by India Kells – Review by Angela Shirley

Dark Bastard (Dark Sparrow, #5)Dark Bastard by India Kells
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I am lost and feel worthless ready to meet my maker but one wrong call changes my life forever, but can we survive long enough for her to piece me back together.

Sam is lost within a world of evil and sacrifice, now that he is within his brother’s love he feels worthless. With their father still on the loose and knowing what pure evil he is Sam is feeling that the best for him is to leave this world and fine peace with his mother as an angel, but as he makes his last phone call to his brother he dials the wrong number changing his life, attitude and will to live to protect this lost soul.

Ellie is broken, her work although rewarding is deeply hurtful also, being the last call for someone who is in need and sometimes not being able to get there is becoming more and more stressful for her, but on New Year’s Eve she receives a random phone call which changed her life and she now can’t let he creep back into the evil world, they need to find a way to play his father at his own game and crush him once and for all.

OMG I have been waiting for this book to read and it did not disappoint, I love this series and all the brothers but Sam’s story nearly broke me. I do have to say that I would not recommend this book if you have not read the others in the series, this is definitely not a stand alone book, with that said this story is what you come to expect from India Kells full of action, twists and a well written story which has you engaged from the first word to the last.

As you only grab glimpses of Sam in the other book’s you know that there is a brilliant story lurching in his past and oh my did this story hit the right spot. Sam was always a lonely soul and getting to understand his darkness was brilliant and well written, the story draws you in and you want to grab Sam and just give him a hug. Ellie’s character is the greatest to compliment Sam, with her broken history also but the inner strength she shows when in situations is a great adventure to read.

Will they escape the evil clutches of his father or will they both be lost in the world Jamieson Finch has created you will have to read to find out, but I will say one thing you will not be disappointed. Can’t wait to read the next book in this wonderful series. Thank you India for allowing my imagination to come alive within your stories.

Reviewed by Angela Shirley

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