Madison Kate Series by Tate James – Sincerely, Whitney
Series Review: Madison Kate Series by Tate James
I only have Rachel (@fitteacherrachel) to thank for introducing me to this series. You see, ya girl doesn’t do reverse harem very often. Honestly teenage Whitney would probably visibly gag at the idea of one woman with multiple men. I have read a few reverse harem romances before picking up the Madison Kate series by Tate James, but never loved them. The need to see how the relationship dynamics worked was the only reason I picked up a RH book. Madison Kate was the first series that actually intrigued me more – past the curiosity of what happens in the bedroom.
The Madison Kate Series by Tate James
I am only going to share the synopsis for the first book because, if you haven’t read the series, you will be spoiled if you Slot Gacor read the description of the other books. Here you go…
Hate by Tate James
Series: Madison Kate #1
Published by Foxy Publishing on May 08, 2020
Genres: Contemporary Romance, New Adult
“Madison Kate Danvers was murdered tonight.”
Those words changed my life, and not for the better.
They were wrong, of course. I wasn’t dead. But I was set up.
After being charged with a string of offences–and made an example of by my political minded father–I’m eventually released back into Shadow Grove with one thing on my mind.
Someone is going to pay for derailing my carefully laid out future. Someone is going to catch the full force of my hate. How very convenient that someone just moved into the bedroom down the hall from me.
Archer D’Ath and his boys messed with the wrong chick and they’re about to learn just how cold Madison Kate’s hate can run.
HATE is a full length mature college/new adult romance with enemies-to-lovers/love-hate themes. This is a reverse harem novel, meaning the main character has more than one love interest. This is book one of four in the series.
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And because I cannot share descriptions of the other books, here are the gorgeous covers –
Our heroine, Madison Kate, talks her friend into going to an illegal street fight on Halloween night at an abandoned amusement park. They are having a great time until somebody opens fire and all chaos breaks loose. MK finds herself being pursued by one the bad guys, and luckily gets saved by a handsome stranger and his friends. Her friend was forced to leave her behind, so MK has no choice but to leave with these mysterious men. They ask her stay back and wait on them when poor MK is arrested by the police for having condemning evidence on her person – in a jacket one of the guys gave her to wear. She is convinced that her “saviors” set her up.
Her father has the power and wealth to get MK a legal team that could clear her name, but he chooses to let her suffer the consequences. She completes her community service away from home and comes back to her father gone. He is off on a vacation with the mom of one of the guys that set MK up. But that’s not the worst part. Her “saviors” are now living with her.
MK is out for blood and definitely want to make the guys pay. However, she quickly learns that she has bigger threats to deal with than her new hot roommates. When she starts to receive weird pieces of mail from an unknown stalker, MK finds herself relying on the boys to help keep her safe. And attraction and trust starts building from there…
- Reverse Harem
- Not like other girls/every guy wants the heroine
I was so captivated by every little detail in this series. I loved the town, Shadow Grove, and all the characters that resided there. I knew this was something special when I didn’t mind things I typically hate in other romance novels – like intense bullying, overdramatic reactions, and the infamous not like other girls trope. And let’s not forget – cliffhangers! The author’s ability to seamlessly completely tie up a loose end in every installment yet leave us with a tasteful cliffhanger that has us begging for more was just chef’s kiss.
I really wish I could talk in greater detail about every thing I loved in this series, but I don’t want to potentially spoil anyone. Just know that this series is absolutely superb; the best RH series I have ever read. It truly is the perfect mix of spice and plot with heaping helping of twisty turns. Trust me when I say that you will NEVER guess what is lurking on the next page. Tate James is brilliant!
Please let me know in the comments below if you plan on reading this series or if you have already read it. Was it a hit of miss for you? Was it anything like you expected it to be? Let’s discuss!