Posts Tagged With: Traitor

Book Review: Shad by Catherine Lievens

Reviewed by Morgan 

28047573Title: Shad
Author: Catherine Lievens
Series:  Whitedell Pride #15
Heroes: Shad/Gabriel
Genre: MM Paranormal
Length: 129 Pages
Publisher: Extasy Books
Release Date: December 1, 2015
Available at:  Amazon and Barnes & Noble
Add it to your shelf: Goodreads

Blurb:  Doing the wrong thing doesn’t always make you a bad guy.

Shad is sick, and he knows he has very little possibility of getting better. He would have to get his hands on the pills Glass used to give him for the information Shad had on the pride, but Glass isn’t there anymore. There is someone else, though, and Shad has to decide whether to betray his
brother, his mate, and his pride again, or let his illness slowly kill him.

Gabriel has been isolating himself ever since he got to Whitedell. He hates the tiger parts he sports since his time in the company’s lab, but he’s decided he’s had enough. He wants to feel like himself again, and that means coming out of the attic.

Shad and Gabriel have known they’re mates for months, but circumstances had made them decide to keep their distance. What will happen when Gabriel decides he doesn’t want that anymore? And will Shad make the right choice when his life is at risk?
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Categories: 3 Star Ratings, LGBT, Morgan's Reviews, Published in 2015, Uncategorized | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Book Review: Wicklow’s Odyssey by R. Cooper

Guest Reviewed by MsMiz(Tina)

1Title: Wicklow’s Odyssey
Author: R. Cooper
Heroes: Wicklow Doyle/Alexander Rhoades
Genre: MM Historical
Length: 350 Pages
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Release Date: July 7, 2014
Available at:  Dreamspinner Press, Amazon and Barnes & Noble
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Blurb:  Union soldier Wicklow Doyle is infiltrating enemy lines to set up new radio communications technology in Confederate-held Charleston when his location is betrayed. After sacrificing himself to get his team to safety, he’s on the lam, friendless in a hostile town. Determining who betrayed him without discovery by Confederate soldiers is dangerous, but Wicklow grew up in the slums of New York and knows how to handle himself. He isn’t expecting anyone on his team to return to help him, much less Alexander Rhoades.

An effete dandy of great intelligence and conviction, Alexander Rhoades speaks through stories instead of giving orders, and he has earned the confidence of the rich and powerful. While Wicklow has come not to trust men with those traits, Rhoades has never once let him down. He looks at Wicklow in ways that make him burn beneath his skin and tells him stories of love and bravery Wicklow yearns to understand. Wicklow has absolute faith Rhoades’s brilliant mind will uncover the traitor in their midst and find them a way out of the city. But when Rhoades tells him he’s not alone, Wicklow isn’t sure he can believe him. For the first time in his life, though, he wants to.
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Categories: 3.5 Star Ratings, Book Review, Guest Reviewer, LGBT, Published in 2014 | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment