Death Game (Vampire Towers Book 3)
The king commands at 3:30 a.m.I’ve screwed up big time. Now, I’m facing the damning consequences.The walls are closing in as I balance duty to grandmother’s memory with my impossible feelings for Kyros. Then there’s the freakin’ human-vampire hybrid thing to deal with.The problem is, I’m no longer willing to lose the person I’ve gambled against from the start.Our fates hinge on a single roll of the dice, and one wrong move could collapse the tower of cards I’ve painstakingly built.If that happens, I’ll lose more than I ever bargained for.

Death Game (Vampire Towers Book 3) Details

TitleDeath Game (Vampire Towers Book 3)
Author
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseMar 1st, 2020
Rating
GenreParanormal, Vampires, Romance, Fantasy, Urban Fantasy, Paranormal Romance

Death Game (Vampire Towers Book 3) Review

  • Gaby★Me Myshelf and I★
    January 1, 1970
    This wasEverythingAll the feels All the love/hateAll the sexual tensionAll the bittersweet All the ending I could hope or ask for. If there every was a gif for this it has to be this one;I literally have so much love for this series I am unable to find any faults at all. I'm completely blinded to any and all criticism. I don't think I've rated another series and 5 star all the way through since Hidden Legacy. And that is saying something. Please refer to my other reviews for more fangirling but This wasEverythingAll the feels All the love/hateAll the sexual tensionAll the bittersweet All the ending I could hope or ask for. If there every was a gif for this it has to be this one;I literally have so much love for this series I am unable to find any faults at all. I'm completely blinded to any and all criticism. I don't think I've rated another series and 5 star all the way through since Hidden Legacy. And that is saying something. Please refer to my other reviews for more fangirling but I don't see the need here to explain this book in detail. Blood TrailVampire DebtIts a bloody roller-coaster. But completely perfect. Basi amd Kyros have had such an epic love/hate relationship, with so many up and downs can it ever work out? They have so much to get past, their relationship has evolved with every blood exchange. Those changes and growing feelings were the highlight of the series. My heart broke a few times and I couldn't stop smiling in others. "Everything was different now. And everything could be stolen away in the coming days. That couldn’t happen—I wouldn’t let it. Or I wasn’t Agatha Le Spyre’s granddaughter. Business time."Like the end of a dramatic song it makes me want to Let the book hangover from hell beginIf in doubt just reread Hidden Legacy, right?P.S. Could someone PLEASE let the cover artist know that Kyros has never worn a leather Jacket, ever...in any book. Giving him toffee coloured hair does NOT a Kyros make!
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  • Rhiannon Chillingworth
    January 1, 1970
    Ten million stars!!!!!!What a bloody perfect end to what has become one of my favourite series ever.There was so much for Basi and Kyros to overcome and so much growth needed in both characters, but I can't possibly see how anyone could be disappointed by how it all ends. It was just perfect and surpassed all my hopes and more.Basi is a wonderfully real character who owns up to some uncomfortable truths on this final book. But she woman's up, owns her mistakes, her issues and her misconception a Ten million stars!!!!!!What a bloody perfect end to what has become one of my favourite series ever.There was so much for Basi and Kyros to overcome and so much growth needed in both characters, but I can't possibly see how anyone could be disappointed by how it all ends. It was just perfect and surpassed all my hopes and more.Basi is a wonderfully real character who owns up to some uncomfortable truths on this final book. But she woman's up, owns her mistakes, her issues and her misconception and just owns her life and decisions. I wanted to stand up and applaud her action at the climax of the book.Kyros continues to be swoon worthy. I adore the perfect balance the author has managed to make between the ruthless predatory, struggles with control vampire, and humanise him in a way that feel genuine and not cheesy. Their relationship has been wonderful to watch unfurl and the rewards make all of the angst worthwhile.There is some serious angst and heartbreak here, but it was to be expected. If Chapter 19 doesn't make you at least a little watery eyesld then your heart is made of stone I tell you! I very rarely cry at books, but this made me well up three times!The author's note at the end about her Grandmother dying during the first draft of the first book is really touching and really explains the genuine nature of Basi's grief, which I think was dealt with sensitively.Kyros' family continues to be wonderful, as does Tommy and Basi's Indebted. There are so many wonderful side characters that I would love a spin off.If you loved the last two books then you will adore this and if you haven't discovered this series yet then I am very jealous because I wish I could discover it all over again for the first time! Seriously, drop everything and read it now!
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  • Andrea
    January 1, 1970
    4.5Basilia Le Spyre you crafty, smart, loyal, amazing, spoiled rich bitch. Kudos.I left the last book not 100% into the relationship between the two leads, and worried how the story was going to wrap up. But I have to also say kudos to the author for bringing a satisfying ending to this series! I was happy that Bas character grew even more, but at the same time kept the core of herself. Basically she was fantastic (view spoiler)[ in how she played that court room scene. (hide spoiler)]And again 4.5Basilia Le Spyre you crafty, smart, loyal, amazing, spoiled rich bitch. Kudos.I left the last book not 100% into the relationship between the two leads, and worried how the story was going to wrap up. But I have to also say kudos to the author for bringing a satisfying ending to this series! I was happy that Bas character grew even more, but at the same time kept the core of herself. Basically she was fantastic (view spoiler)[ in how she played that court room scene. (hide spoiler)]And again I loved that her friendship with Tommy was so strong, and its so refreshing to see such a great female duo. Also, Tommy and (view spoiler)[ her reverse harem? I would love to read that book next! (hide spoiler)]I had such a fun time reading, and I'm happy with how the series wrapped up.
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  • Che
    January 1, 1970
    The has truly been one of the most exciting book trilogy's i have ever read. All the characters and the story and Basi and Kyro!!!!!!! For whatever my opinion means, i highly highly recommend this series!
  • Tracy D.
    January 1, 1970
    Oh, the webs we weave when we practice to deceive!Death Game is the absolutely epic conclusion to Supernatural Vampire Towers. It was fast paced and I experienced a broad range of emotions while reading it. Kelly St. Clare is truly talented. If you are into Adult PNR with an interesting twist, or vampires, I couldn't recommend this series enough!More complete RTC. I recieved an ARC from the author, however my opinions are my own.
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  • CourtRocks
    January 1, 1970
    4.5 Vissimo Stars!Ahhh I'm so sad this series has come to an end! I loved the world building and characters, and it was probably the most unique vampire series I have read. As soon as Kelly said she was going to write about vampires I knew it would be amazing, and it was! I got attached to all the characters (especially bae Kyros (I also may be weirdly obsessed with King Julias)) and I'm so glad to finally see their happily ever after!This was another great addition to the series. It had all the 4.5 Vissimo Stars!Ahhh I'm so sad this series has come to an end! I loved the world building and characters, and it was probably the most unique vampire series I have read. As soon as Kelly said she was going to write about vampires I knew it would be amazing, and it was! I got attached to all the characters (especially bae Kyros (I also may be weirdly obsessed with King Julias)) and I'm so glad to finally see their happily ever after!This was another great addition to the series. It had all the humor, the badassery that we all love about Basi, the secrets, the lies, and the romance! I also love the Royals and their dynamic with each other; their little games they play to mess with Kyros are always enjoying to see.There were a couple things that weren't up to my tastes, one was all the harems and harem talk in this book. I'm personally not a fan of books with harems, and I find them a little too out there to enjoy, (i'm also possessive af) but thankfully it is just the side characters with harems and not the 2 MCs. There was also a lot of political talk about the game, and I felt like it was kind of repetitive, but on the other hand, I like that Basi was a total boss lady.Overall this was such a great series, and though I'm sad to see it go, I cannot wait to see what else Kelly has in store for us!*ARC provided in exchange for honest review*
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  • Abi
    January 1, 1970
    I binge-read this entire trilogy last night and this morning, and I have no regrets! The last book did a number on my emotions, but the ending was really nice. I'm glad Basi got her head on straight, and figured everything out! Overall, this book was hilarious, heartfelt, sweet, sexy, entertaining, and even inspiring at times. It was really freaking good, and I sincerely thank the ladies of RHR for the recommendation! 5 stars.
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  • Keryn
    January 1, 1970
    Absolute and utter perfection!I'm still holding out hope our brilliant author might do a spin-off series as I truly don't want to say goodbye forever to these characters! Basi truly shines in this conclusion to the series. Oh so many emotional ups and downs. I have no doubt her beloved grandmother was beaming from the afterlife in the genius moves she played. Though it's not without cost. Get ready for a wonderful ride filled with greed, lust, joy, pain and every other emotion under the moon and Absolute and utter perfection!I'm still holding out hope our brilliant author might do a spin-off series as I truly don't want to say goodbye forever to these characters! Basi truly shines in this conclusion to the series. Oh so many emotional ups and downs. I have no doubt her beloved grandmother was beaming from the afterlife in the genius moves she played. Though it's not without cost. Get ready for a wonderful ride filled with greed, lust, joy, pain and every other emotion under the moon and Sun.
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  • BleuBelle
    January 1, 1970
    I liked the beginning of the series. But then everything changed. There were so many lies and omissions, pushing and pulling, revenge plans and betrayals on both sides. I had hoped that by book II there would be couple time, that the Hero and Heroine would confess everything and work together for their goal. But no. Hero and Heroine only get together for real at the very end of book III. And that's just too late for me. All this drama and back and forth and the shutting each other out was too mu I liked the beginning of the series. But then everything changed. There were so many lies and omissions, pushing and pulling, revenge plans and betrayals on both sides. I had hoped that by book II there would be couple time, that the Hero and Heroine would confess everything and work together for their goal. But no. Hero and Heroine only get together for real at the very end of book III. And that's just too late for me. All this drama and back and forth and the shutting each other out was too much. At the end I couldn't enjoy them being together, because I don't believe in their "love". For me there was just too little romance and too much drama to enjoy the book the way I wanted.And I found the best friend of the Heroine really annoying. She was always there. On the plus side, there was no OW drama. Not once in all the three books.
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  • Christa
    January 1, 1970
    After the cliffhanger ending of book 2, I wasn’t sure how the author was going to pull off the story in one book. But she does it wonderfully. In the conclusion to the series, Basilla and Kyros seem to be in an impossible spot. Once Kyros finds out Basillia’s secret, the stakes are even higher. It’s up to Basil to end the game and save Kyros and his family. It was a great ending to a fun series. The characters have stayed in my head. I can’t wait to see what the author writes next. I’d highly re After the cliffhanger ending of book 2, I wasn’t sure how the author was going to pull off the story in one book. But she does it wonderfully. In the conclusion to the series, Basilla and Kyros seem to be in an impossible spot. Once Kyros finds out Basillia’s secret, the stakes are even higher. It’s up to Basil to end the game and save Kyros and his family. It was a great ending to a fun series. The characters have stayed in my head. I can’t wait to see what the author writes next. I’d highly recommend this series - start at book 1.
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  • Kel Carpenter
    January 1, 1970
    Fantastic ending to an incredible series.The third book in this holds true to who Basi and Kyros are as people. We feel their wins and their losses with them. Kelly hit all the feels in every way with this one.I don’t want to spoil anything but for anyone looking for a new adult paranormal romance series with an awesome plot, great characters, and tons of action + steam—this checks all the boxes.Filled with family, love, loss, and so much more this has been my favorite series of 2019 and 2020 so Fantastic ending to an incredible series.The third book in this holds true to who Basi and Kyros are as people. We feel their wins and their losses with them. Kelly hit all the feels in every way with this one.I don’t want to spoil anything but for anyone looking for a new adult paranormal romance series with an awesome plot, great characters, and tons of action + steam—this checks all the boxes.Filled with family, love, loss, and so much more this has been my favorite series of 2019 and 2020 so far.
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  • Hannah Duncan
    January 1, 1970
    Incredible ride!I loved every word of this series all the way to the heart wrenching end! The last installment was everything the readers could possibly want with all loose ends wrapped up nicely in a perfect bow. I’m glad the author left it a trilogy as it was perfect for the characters. This set will remain in my top 5 favorite series for the foreseeable future!
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  • Soph
    January 1, 1970
    Initial thoughts : Oh yes this was THE BEST ENDING a reader could ask for ! I loved the character development of the MC and the hero and the authors albeit small but brilliant world she created. I had all the feels and give this all the stars 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻😘😘😘😘🥰🥰🥰🥰🥰 Better review to come.
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  • Isabella - Madly in Love with Books
    January 1, 1970
    This trilogie was surprisingly good. I really liked the heroine, and her strong mind and her determination although she was so young. She was Smart and used her brain more often than not. Which isn't always the case with the following trope: the overly possessive alpha hero *sigh* I could have enjoyed this even more, if the author would have dialed it down a little. Thats just not my thing, I don't find it sexy, it is mostly unhealthy and smothering. Blaming it on the Basic instincts of a differ This trilogie was surprisingly good. I really liked the heroine, and her strong mind and her determination although she was so young. She was Smart and used her brain more often than not. Which isn't always the case with the following trope: the overly possessive alpha hero *sigh* I could have enjoyed this even more, if the author would have dialed it down a little. Thats just not my thing, I don't find it sexy, it is mostly unhealthy and smothering. Blaming it on the Basic instincts of a different race and how they basically can't Help it, didn't work for me, just like in Frost's Nighthuntress. It took a little time to get into the story and the concept, singe it was indeed something new. It wasn't always believable and some explanations too ... thin, but all in all I enjoyed the plot and the game. I absolutely loved the family dinamics, it would have been great to see even more of that, especially interaction between the siblings and Kyros that weren't just pranks. I think Kyros himself was my least favourite character to be honest, he was so full of hurt man-ego, insecurities and himself, especially singe he was 150 years already, I didn't find him very attractive. I could go on, but the endresult is, despite its flaws I really enjoyed this story, it was fresh and a little different from your average Urban Fantasy, at Times really hot, with a well done, (mostly) smart heroine.
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  • Jessika
    January 1, 1970
    The thrilling ending I was waiting for! I knew that the conclusion of this trilogy would have to be epic and this book delivered.This book was full of betrayal, love, friendship, anguish, and tenacity, just to name a few. I think this is one of the more believable vampire series that I've read. They don't suddenly forget they are supernaturals and act human. They have behavior characteristics and rules pertaining to pretty much everything. The heroine is NOT a damsel in distress and she proves i The thrilling ending I was waiting for! I knew that the conclusion of this trilogy would have to be epic and this book delivered.This book was full of betrayal, love, friendship, anguish, and tenacity, just to name a few. I think this is one of the more believable vampire series that I've read. They don't suddenly forget they are supernaturals and act human. They have behavior characteristics and rules pertaining to pretty much everything. The heroine is NOT a damsel in distress and she proves it in this book. Basi makes mistakes and she tries to fix them. She cares and loves her friends deeply. Her loyalty is what really shines through in this series as well as her friend Tommy. Tommy and Laurel are some of the best friends I've seen in a book. Tommy had some amazing words of wisdom for her friend ( "Become the Queen or always be the princess, Basilia Le Spyre.") and was able to overcome a tremendous amount of trauma. I was afraid Laurel would have a harder time forgiving Basi and honestly the thought of Laurel not having Basi's back was terrifying. And of course dear Kyros. The author did one of the best jobs I've ever read at describing a mate bond. I love how it happened in stages. How slowly they became so aware and infatuated with one another, feeling their partner's emotions, the physical changes for Basi. It was beautiful. I was worried that in an effort to wrap up the story the author may speed up Kyros's forgiveness of Basi. That was not the case and I couldn't be happier about it. Basi honestly needed to suffer. The act she did, had she not been able to remedy it, was unforgivable. His family is also just hilarious. King Julius even surprised me at the end, what a crazy turn around. So thoroughly pleased and satisfied with the ending, however I would've like to know if they ended up able to have children. So an epilogue would've been a nice peak, but I'm also happy without it.
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  • Jemimah Zafoune
    January 1, 1970
    What a read! I have loved this series and found myself instantly hooked when I first picked up and read book one. It is the kind of read that instantly draws you in to the world and keeps you enthralled throughout. I've loved Basi throughout each book, her sass and her integrity make her one special character. I've loved Kyros too, I think he has been a bit of a marmite character for some readers but for me he has been a character of many layers that he shows in different actions. Kyros is one o What a read! I have loved this series and found myself instantly hooked when I first picked up and read book one. It is the kind of read that instantly draws you in to the world and keeps you enthralled throughout. I've loved Basi throughout each book, her sass and her integrity make her one special character. I've loved Kyros too, I think he has been a bit of a marmite character for some readers but for me he has been a character of many layers that he shows in different actions. Kyros is one of my favourite male leads but I think this is the book where he really steps up and shows Basi and us how he really feels.Death Game was an emotional read, I had tears and I had laughter. With this book I really felt the emotion more, perhaps it was due to the dedication at the beginning of the book to the authors Grandmother which also made me remember my own, I think it was also the way that even though Agatha Le Spyre has not appeared in any of these books at all she has been a big part of the books and she was particularly felt in Death Game.I've loved this series, I have re read the first two books several times already and I will be re reading the completed series regularly as it really is one of those books that I've enjoyed and have found myself ignoring everything else around me. I'm sad that the series is over as I could definitely read more of Basi, Kyros, Tommy and all the others but the ending to this book was perfect and I loved how it all played out. Death Game was a five star read and the series is five stars too. A must read!
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  • Debbie Turk
    January 1, 1970
    Absolutely Gripping & Wonderful Storytelling!!😲💔😭💥🙏💘🔥🎉👑👑(Read using Kindle Unlimited)Death Game: Supernatural Battle (Vampire Towers #3)I was completely absorbed by the final book in this trilogy.📚Basi continues to try & play the 'Game' on two fronts even knowing she betrayed Kyros, his Family & Clan, to save Tommy!!💔💥 She has to come clean but desperately wants to repair the damage first!😕 Time is running out, fast.😭She's convinced herself all along that her feelings for Kyros are all down to t Absolutely Gripping & Wonderful Storytelling!!😲💔😭💥🙏💘🔥🎉👑👑(Read using Kindle Unlimited)Death Game: Supernatural Battle (Vampire Towers #3)I was completely absorbed by the final book in this trilogy.📚Basi continues to try & play the 'Game' on two fronts even knowing she betrayed Kyros, his Family & Clan, to save Tommy!!💔💥 She has to come clean but desperately wants to repair the damage first!😕 Time is running out, fast.😭She's convinced herself all along that her feelings for Kyros are all down to the blood exchanges & the bonds they've caused but when things go terribly wrong between them can she hide the truth from herself any longer?😢What lengths will she go to to save them all? Will she dare risk & face betraying her Grandmother's memory, by not following her plan? dare she face telling her beloved 'Oldies' the truth about her relationship? Will she risk it all?? And will will she still be able to save all of the Indebted that have trusted her so far??😲🙏I genuinely loved the world this story was set in, it was so clever & unique!😍 Its a fabulous storyline & this a wonderful ending to this trilogy!!🌟Debbie, 1970, UK
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  • Mary
    January 1, 1970
    So sad that this is over. This is probably the only series where I’ve given 5 stars to every book. I read all three books in 3 days. I devoured this, and lost a lot of sleep along the way. Repeatedly throughout this series I’ve felt my heart lodge in my throat as Basilia went through such rough times. I’ve laughed out loud at some of the antics the characters pulled. And I’ve clawed at my bedsheets as the heat between these two characters drove me wild. There were numerous times that I feared ho So sad that this is over. This is probably the only series where I’ve given 5 stars to every book. I read all three books in 3 days. I devoured this, and lost a lot of sleep along the way. Repeatedly throughout this series I’ve felt my heart lodge in my throat as Basilia went through such rough times. I’ve laughed out loud at some of the antics the characters pulled. And I’ve clawed at my bedsheets as the heat between these two characters drove me wild. There were numerous times that I feared how this would end. I’m happy to report that we do get our happily ever after, though I can’t promise it’ll be the exact ending that you predicted along the way. What constitutes “winning” has changed several times throughout the series as our characters grew and evolved. Time for me to go investigate what else this author has written! .... And get some sleep.
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  • Katelyn Anderson
    January 1, 1970
    Perfect ending to a perfectly written series!Y'all. This trilogy was everything. Make it your next binge read!It still ceases to amaze me how incredible Kelly's author brain is. Everything she creates is so perfectly detailed and intricate and all the pieces weave together seamlessly.I was on the end of my seat for most of Death Game. Couldn't put it down. It had my heart racing. My eyes burning from holding in tears. And my gut twisting with all the drama that unfolded.This isn't your usual vam Perfect ending to a perfectly written series!Y'all. This trilogy was everything. Make it your next binge read!It still ceases to amaze me how incredible Kelly's author brain is. Everything she creates is so perfectly detailed and intricate and all the pieces weave together seamlessly.I was on the end of my seat for most of Death Game. Couldn't put it down. It had my heart racing. My eyes burning from holding in tears. And my gut twisting with all the drama that unfolded.This isn't your usual vampire book. This is a pure masterpiece with the conclusion that leaves you feeling content.
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  • Joy Whiteside
    January 1, 1970
    Wow, wow wow.I could not put this book down no matter what needed to be done. This book will grab you and keep you reading until the very last page is read and then when it is you are needing more. This book moves along at a great pace making for an enjoyable read. It has amazing characters that you want to see succeed no matter what they need to do in order to achieve it. This has to be on your list for reading. Once you start you cannot stop. I cannot wait to read more from this amazing author Wow, wow wow.I could not put this book down no matter what needed to be done. This book will grab you and keep you reading until the very last page is read and then when it is you are needing more. This book moves along at a great pace making for an enjoyable read. It has amazing characters that you want to see succeed no matter what they need to do in order to achieve it. This has to be on your list for reading. Once you start you cannot stop. I cannot wait to read more from this amazing author.
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  • Laura Duval
    January 1, 1970
    Great ending to the seriesThis was a great ending to the series. The game, relationships, and battles (mental and emotional) made for quite the page turner. Basi and Ky are one of those couples that you love to hate and hate to love. Both are so stubborn and hold so many secrets that it causes more friction than necessary but makes for a great storyline. I loved the way the author spun this installment into an ending that was worthwhile.
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  • Sydney
    January 1, 1970
    Boy oh boy this is full tension and intense movements. The game have taken a turn Basi must fight to fix it and make things right with Kyros unless she wishes to lose the game and we all know she doesn't. And Kyros father is seeing her in a knew light with killing one of the triplets but what would happen if he were to find. Suspenseful book keeping you hooked till the last word. And the heat in this one you'll love it. Promise. A series to read more than once.
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  • Kacy
    January 1, 1970
    I loved this seriesI'm not gonna lie, I'm super sad its over but this book ended things beautifully. Basi is amazing and strong. Kind of everything I want to be as a woman. I was worried a few times. What with but everything worked out. And can I just add how much I'm jealous of Tommy's ending?
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  • Pam Foster
    January 1, 1970
    Perfection!!!This book is just perfection! Death Game is an emotional rollercoaster that had me gripping tightly to my kindle. Basi goes through a lot in this book as the story builds to towards the thrilling climax, fans of this series won’t be able to put this book down - I know I couldn’t! 5 stars 🌟
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  • April Neese
    January 1, 1970
    I loved the first books in this series, but I felt the third book the story got repetitive and the humor was less. Also felt it dragged a bit. I still enjoyed the series as a whole, but it was hard getting though this third book.But glad Basi and Ky got a happy ending.
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  • Leandra Roesch Beshea
    January 1, 1970
    I loved this book and I'm so sad this series has ended.
  • Karen
    January 1, 1970
    Great end to a unique and wonderful trilogy. I highly recommend to anyone looking for something different. The world of the Vissimo, a race of vampires, is very detailed and well thought out. The entire cast of characters is fantastic. I especially loved the relationship between Basil the MC and Tommy her best friend. It was very realistic, heartfelt and hysterical. I found the romance to be quite believable, it was refreshing that Basil was actually afraid of her vampire and the relationship t Great end to a unique and wonderful trilogy. I highly recommend to anyone looking for something different. The world of the Vissimo, a race of vampires, is very detailed and well thought out. The entire cast of characters is fantastic. I especially loved the relationship between Basil the MC and Tommy her best friend. It was very realistic, heartfelt and hysterical. I found the romance to be quite believable, it was refreshing that Basil was actually afraid of her vampire and the relationship took quite a bit of work. I loved how the high stakes game concluded, and everything was wrapped up all nice and tidy. Well played Kelly!
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  • Kari Valdez
    January 1, 1970
    I love when I preorder ebooks. Because my memory is shite. So, when I open my kindle and there is the last book to the Vampire Tower series waiting. I light up like a kid at Xmas. I was even more ecstatic that Death Game was another 5 ⭐️ read. Kyros and Basi I’m sad to say goodbye. I’m so glad your story ended how I wanted. Otherwise, I would have needed to t.p. Kelly’s house. But since we have a shortage of that where I live(coronavirus has made ppl. Worried about having nothing to wipe their b I love when I preorder ebooks. Because my memory is shite. So, when I open my kindle and there is the last book to the Vampire Tower series waiting. I light up like a kid at Xmas. I was even more ecstatic that Death Game was another 5 ⭐️ read. Kyros and Basi I’m sad to say goodbye. I’m so glad your story ended how I wanted. Otherwise, I would have needed to t.p. Kelly’s house. But since we have a shortage of that where I live(coronavirus has made ppl. Worried about having nothing to wipe their booties with 🤦‍♀️)I would have to google how to draw fake toilet paper. And it just wouldn’t have been the same. Thank you Kelly from saving my hands from that tedious job. Thank you for creating this wonderful world to escape too. I hope there will maybe be spin offs! 😉 Because I definitely want to come back for a visit.
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  • Treena
    January 1, 1970
    Okay. I really liked how this trilogy ended. Basilia is maddening yet endearing. And Kyros is just yummy.
  • Vanessa Biggers
    January 1, 1970
    6 Outstanding StarsThis series got better and better with each book, but this last book..... Outstanding. Couldn't put it down. Definitely will be reading more from this author!
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