Book Review: The Wasteland


The world ended and with it so did the rules.

I was stolen from my family and raised in the Wastelands to the North. I did what I had to ensure my survival. I became The Champion, with my history carved into my skin for all to see.

Now I spend my days drinking and hiding from my past until four newcomers offer me a job I can’t refuse. When my past and future mix I must once again rise and fight. This time it’s not for my freedom, it’s for my happiness.

*18+ Reverse Harem Romance. Warning this book contains scenes and references of abuse that some readers may find triggering.*

The Wasteland: Their Champion Book One by K.A. Knight. This post apocalyptic world is hot and steamy. Worth is the badass female who doesn’t let anyone push her around. Knight builds a world where there is no social media, limited technology and the entertainment is knives and bloodshed.

When the shit hit the fan Worth loses her father and brother to scavengers. She is brought up in pain in cruelty as a slave to the leader of the Berserker. When she is given the chance to fight for her freedom she doesn’t falter.

Worth now making a living as a bounty hunter on The Rim, at least as much of a life that is left in this world. In walk 4 steamy men, clearly outsiders, but looking for a guide. Try as she might Worth is unable to resist these men for long. Getting feisty with one man can get hot and heavy, with 4 things get down right dripping.

While Worth thinks she wants to be a badass lone wolf. She really is just like us all, deep down she wants to be loved and cared for. Letting people get close enough can be hard though. Who would trust in mankind when all you have known is evil? I liked how she doesn’t give up. No matter the odds she thinks she can take on the world and defeat her demons.

K. A. knight builds a world that we don’t see everyday life. The landscape is barren the weather has gone to shit. Human morals have gone out the window, people now live with little to no hopes or dreams. The characters are fierce and energetic making this a page turner, all thanks to the world Knight built.

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