- File Size: 883 KB
- Print Length: 335 pages
- Publisher: Boroughs Publishing Group (March 23, 2014)
- Publication Date: March 23, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00J7FVYRC
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
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#522,953 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
- #713 in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender eBooks > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy
- #7090 in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender eBooks > Literature & Fiction > Gay Fiction
- #7561 in Books > Gay & Lesbian > Literature & Fiction > Fiction > Gay
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Tormented, Warlock Quinn Fairmont must initiate the gorgeous Cade Mairston into a world of Witchfinders and Withinners and wait until you see what happens when these two men fall madly in love. Modern day London is where Warlock, Quinn roams the city. He shares his body with an ancient sorcerer, so Quinn is never alone. He will defend his kind at any price. Cade is a beautiful, lean and silver-eyed hottie and he brings feelings out in Quinn. Cade is more than he appears to be as he is a worldly man but knows nothing about the world of Warlocks.
Every Warlock at around the age of seven, is paired up, body and soul with a Withinner or an ancient Sorcerer. Quinn's sorcerer is Taliesin. They can't be in the same place at the same time. When Quinn needs Taliesin, he evokes him and they change places and Quinn is then sent to his sorcerer's century. I absolutely loved this twist and idea of swapping locations and I found it so imaginative! The Witchfinders or basically witch hunters, one main goal of theirs is to rid the world of warlocks and witches.
Quinn meets Cade, and the instant attraction and chemistry was so beautifully written as I felt their deep connection from the very start of the book. I loved the Withinner concept and Taliesin was such a fascinating character that I wanted more and more of him, he was so beautifully written about. Cade struggles to understand the complicated man he loves and his equally confusing life as he knows he will never fully understand it. Quinn has a lot to deal with as he is saving himself, his kind and the man he loves. Will Quinn and Cade have an HEA? Will Quinn and Taliesin be able to defend their kind and save their loved ones?Read more ›
Quinn isn’t just any warlock, he’s like the king of warlocks. Every warlock, at around the age of 7, is paired up, body and soul, with a Withinner, or ancient sorcerer. Quinn’s Withinner is Taliesin. They can communicate and feel each other but can not be in the same place at the same time. Tal, as I liked to call him, remains back in his century, except for the times when Quinn invokes him, at which time, they change places with Quinn then being sent to Tal’s century. They work together, combining powers to keep not only Quinn safe but the other warlocks as well. Unfortunately, every time Quinn calls Tal forth, it makes it easier for the witchfinders to hone in on him.
The witchfinders, or, more accurately, witch hunters are out to destroy all warlocks and witches. One, in particular, has been wreaking some havoc, but he has yet to be found. Every time a warlock is killed, it takes a little something from Quinn. This really only skims the surface of what’s going on here. There is a bit of mystery as to who is truly involved, who isn’t as they seem, etc.
When this story begins, Quinn meets Cade, and there is instant attraction. But there is more to this than meets the eye. Unbeknownst to him, Cade is part Fey, or Water Sprite to be exact. This acts as somewhat of an aphrodisiac to Quinn which he tries to resist by magycal means. Setting that aspect aside, these guys still hit it off and they realize there is more to their feelings than just the magyk. All of this leads to some pretty hot sex.Read more ›
First and foremost, though possibly backwards to mention it in the beginning, this book is seemingly ennnnnddddllesssss. I swear I prayed and prayed for the end and it always seemed hours off. Even after the baddie had been beaten, the hero gone to the hospital, healed and been released, then returned home, made love to his boyfriend (again) and ensured the wellbeing of his injured business partner, when it seems like there can't possibly anything more to the book there is another 7% left and a new angle is pursued. (One I couldn't have cared less about.)
My god this book is all over the freakin' place. To say it needs to be trimmed and tightened up is like saying one of those people with disgustingly long, curling toe nails needs a pedicure. As a start, the author could cut about 50 pseudo-sex scenes. No joke, I'm not exaggerating.
From page one, the book jumps right into the sexual attraction. It then focuses almost exclusively on it, taking a really long time to find an actual plot (which is pretty darned weak). There is simply too much pseudo-sex, much, much, much too much.
Sure, I love an occasional smut-fest erotic novel, in which I wouldn't expect to have much in line of a plot. But this doesn't seem to have been written with that intent, it just fails to be anything else. Contradictorily, however, despite having a sex scene on just about every other page (and I'm being pretty literally about that) most of it is off screen.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The premise of a double identity as envisioned in this narrative adds depth to the development of the main characters. Read morePublished 15 months ago by JR
Overall, this is a good book. The characters develop nicely, and the action is well versed. Some of the dialogue is a bit stilted, but the story compels the reader onward.Published 16 months ago by Brad Secrest
The fantasy world of witchcraft was well realized but nothing novel, and the second leading male character was too much of a damsel in distress for my taste. Read morePublished 18 months ago by George L Kennedy
What a wonderful and refreshing story. The relationship between Quinn and Cade is filled with mystery, intrigue, adventure and death many times over. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Sue Allen Milkovich
This was a good paranormal m/m romance. One character is a warlock and the other is a sprite, although he is not aware of this fact. Read more
I loved the characters of Quinn and Cade! Very satisfying story.Published 20 months ago by Amazon Customer
One of my favorite authors, it does nit matter what she writes, she is a must buy. Thank you for yet another great storyPublished 23 months ago by Abi
Susan Mac Nicol , you are the bomb love this book , an cant wait to read the next in line ..Published on June 11, 2014 by Elizabeth Decker
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