Review: Hook’s Pan (Kingdom, #5) by Marie Hall

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Hook's Pan


Trishelle Page has known pain in her life, but instead of it making her weak, she’s stronger. Confident. That is until the day a fairy kidnaps her during her staring role in Peter Pan’s play and tells her not only do fairy tales exist, but that she’s the soulmate of the pirate they call Hook, making her question everything she ever thought she knew.

Captain James Hook is a man at the end of his rope. He’s not the villainous bastard tales have made him out to be. So when the curvaceous blonde drops, literally, at his feet he aims to prove it to her. If only to get her into his bed.

What neither one knows is that fate and magic are conspiring and they can deny the attraction all they want but the end is already written, it’s just a matter of getting there.


My Review

Hook’s Pan tells the story of Trishelle (Yes, she’s in Gerard’s Beauty as Betty’s best friend) and her fairy tale romance in the Kingdom.Determined to see her boys mated, the fairy Danika decided to drop Trishelle right into Hook’s lap–literally. Taking Captain Hook’s side and showing his perspective in the unending battle between the two infamous characters of Neverland, Marie Hall presented us with Hook’s other side, giving logical and strong reasons as to why the dear gorgeous, sexy, and irresistible captain hated the young Peter. With wonderful remakes of the memorable characters from the childhood tale, Peter Pan, and some new characters that are diverse and definitely interesting, Hall presented us with this creatively twisted plot that gave Captain Hook his sought-after Happy Ending.

I love Hook!

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