Wednesday, February 17, 2021

#AudibleReview Dark Prince’s Enigma -Dark Prince’s Dilemma- Dark Prince’s Agenda by I.T. Lucas

A few years ago a friend turned me onto The Children of the Gods paranormal romance series by I. T. Lucas and it has become one of my all time favorite series and it's impossible to review just one so here is the review for books 29-31.

Publisher: I.T. Lucas
Release Date: 08-05-2019
Length: 7hrs-47 mins
Source: Purchase Amazon/Audible

As the son of the most dangerous male on the planet, Lokan lives by three rules:
Don’t trust a soul.

Publisher: I.T. Lucas
Release Date: 09-16-2019
Length: 7hrs-42mins
Source: Purchase Amazon/Audible

Would Kian decide that the benefits of trusting Lokan outweigh the risks? Would Lokan betray his father and brothers for the greater good of his people? Are Carol and Lokan truelove mates, or is one of them playing the other?

Publisher: I.T. Lucas
Release Date: 11-11-2019
Length: 8hrs-3mins
Source: Purchase Amazon/Audible

While Turner and Kian work out the details of Areana's rescue plan, Carol and Lokan's tumultuous relationship hits another snag. Is it a sign of things to come?

My Audible review(s):

Dark Prince’s Enigma
Dark Prince’s Dilemma
Dark Prince’s Agenda


This three book story is a game changer for this series when IT brings not just a doomer into the fold of the clan but one of Navuh’a sons and in true I.T. Lucas style fans will be forced to binge read them to find out how it all works out in the end. Readers will reconnect with old series friends and be privy to a very secret special ops assignment. They will also get up close and personal with Carol, the series bad girl turned bad-assed secret weapon and Lokan the Prince who fans love to hate. Readers will get non-stop action interspersed with Lokan and Carol’s love story and a rare look at Navah’s harem. Long time fans of the series may be able to skip around but new readers need to start with book one to get the whole story. And what a story it is.

The narration by Charles Lawrence remains the main reason I spend the extra cash to get this on audible. His deep, distinct clear baritone gives that something extra and is the absolute perfect choice for narrating these novels.

Carol has survived for centuries using her female wiles until she was abducted and tortured by an immortal sadist and after being rescued by the clan she’s determined to do her part for the clan by infiltrating the doomer’s island as a spy to finally bring them down. When the clan captures one of Navuh’s sons she’s prepared to use whatever it takes to get him to spill some doomer beans. What she didn’t expect was to find out that he was her true love mate, which just confirms that the fates have it in for her.

Lokan has had a lot to contemplate since his capture by the clan. He’s fallen for a beautiful immortal temptress who claims they’re fated mates, he knows he’s addicted to her but he doesn’t believe in the fates or fated mates. But when he meets the clan mother, the Goddess Annani who tells him she believes he’s the son of her sister Areana that he truly believes and knows he has no choice but to help Carol gain access to his father’s harem to rescue his mother.


About the author:
I.T. Lucas, the author of the Children of The Gods series, lives in Southern California with her five favorite guys. Ever since meeting the love of her life at a high-school party, she and her hubby have been doing everything together; from majoring in business and then starting and running their own, to raising four wonderful boys.

A voracious reader, her interests run the gamut from fantasy, sci-fi, and paranormal romance, to forays into the mythologies and histories of ancient civilizations, philosophy, the nature of the universe – physical and metaphysical, and more.

Still, if not for her sons' insistence, she would've never thought of incorporating this fascinating trove of information into fiction. Of course, what they had in mind were not the smart yet steamy paranormal-romance novels she ended up writing… which they can't read… Their dad, naturally, reads everything, offers suggestions, and with the right incentives, proofreads.


  1. I read the first book, but have yet to continue. I am not sure why as I did enjoy it. Glad to see the series is still going strong.

  2. It's great when you get an addictive series that just makes you read it.