Reviewed by JustJen
Title: Taboo Book 3
Author: Kol Anderson
Series: Taboo #3
Genre: MM Contemporary
Length: 27 Pages
Publisher: Kol Anderson
Release Date: March 17, 2017
Available at: Payhip
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Blurb: Trey has his first encounter with Colton and things between him and Jake become more complicated. But trouble is never far from Jake, whose life has been rendered upside down and the only reason he is carrying on despite everything, is so he can be with his brother. But when he fails to save Colton, Jake gets into even more trouble with Weldon. It doesn’t look like it’s going to end well.
This series gets more intense with every installment! Just when you think you know how the players will act, they turn tides and leave you questioning. Will Trey come through and save Jake and Colton? Will he be able to get away himself? Weldon is not surprisingly as evil as ever, and what is with Mace showing some actual care? What’s in the “serum” they started giving Colton that he will get addicted to, and what will he have to do to get his fixes? How much more can Jake take before he completely breaks down mentally?
Yes, these are very short, but they each pack a jumbo punch that leaves you longing to read on. As with almost every Kol Anderson book, this one also left me screaming/crying at him to not stop there, to give more details and give these boys some much needed happiness in their lives. And while I’m sure Kol has a master plan, as he sits back and watches us squirm and squeal, all will be laid out in due time, though I am happy to say that he has been working his feisty little fingers on these so we don’t have too terribly long to wait.
You must read these in order, and I do not recommend you pick this up unless you know what you are in for. Kol’s books tend to carry a general theme of darkness and debauchery, and, as the title hints – taboo, so if you are a fan of these tags, I highly recommend you give this series a go.
Overall Impression: I loved it!
*I received a copy of this book from the author in return for a fair and honest review.*