Reviewed by Susan65
Title: Burning Love
Author: A.M. Snead
Series: Soulscape #3
Genre: MM Paranormal
Length: 66 Pages
Publisher: A.M. Snead
Release Date: October 20, 2015
Available at: Amazon
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Blurb: Frank is horrified when he learns that Alec caused the bar fire –and why he did it. Believing that his best friend, Ron McNeil, was also one of Alec’s victims, Frank is devastated and forced to remove his blinders where Alec is concerned. Unwilling to be the “reason” behind Alec’s deadly acts, Frank is left with no choice but to send Alec away –and insist he not come back. As usual, Alec displays no emotion in response to Frank’s decision, and leaves.
Truths quickly surface that cause Frank to doubt his decision to send Alec away. When another fire in a remote area not far from the city is broadcast on the news within 24 hours of Alec’s departure –indicating two dead –Frank is convinced it is Alec’s doing. Realizing Alec is more dangerous out on his own, without supervision, Frank is compelled to find him and take him somewhere away from people –for everyone’s sake, including Alec’s. Yet locating someone who can change appearances at will, is like trying to find a needle in a haystack.
Review: Oh, Momma! How is it possible for this author to create such an evil, unfeeling, soulless character and make me not only bleed for him, but fall in love, as well. My heart just wants Alec to see what he can’t, that he is not as bad as he appears, or acts, or believes. How is that possible when he kills without any regard for the lives he’s taken?
Frank and I are on the same page. We need to have a shred of hope that Alec has at least one redeeming quality…and I was hoping we were going to get it in this book, but it looks like we will have to see how this plays out in book 4. I seriously hope that one is already written and about ready to be released as I am on the edge of my seat waiting.
Franks and Alec have a ton a love and sexual energy between them. Of course, the love appears one sided, but I have to hope that Alec just doesn’t recognize it for what it really is. The fact that he did what he did for the go-go dancer cemented it for me..and for Frank. Now I just have to wait, and I don’t wait very patiently….hmmmpf.
Overall Impression: I loved it
*I received a copy of this book from the author in return for a fair and honest review.*