Reviews

Praise for Monster: Book One

 A well paced paranormal adventure. September 3, 2013
“As a heterosexual man I would never has chosen to read this book if it were not for the recommendation from a friend. As expected from a book of this genre, there are scenes of gay erotica and while they held no interest for me I still recognize them as being well written passages. However, the paranormal or supernatural concepts in this book I found very original and intriguing. There are some great examples of alternative vampires, an interesting play on the zombie elements and overall intriguing monster concepts. There are some nice cloak and dagger aspects which involve a secret parliament which the main characters, Julian and Siris, are regretful to be aligned with yet unable to shake off their association. Monster: Book One is a well paced paranormal adventure which I am glad to have discovered and I eagerly look forward to reading Book Two.”
By Mr Kibbles  (via Amazon)
Format:Kindle Edition
5.0 out of 5 stars
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Scratching the surface of an engaging world, June 7, 2013

“This is an erotica book, but that isn’t all it is. It’s the opening of a complex paranormal world filled with intrigue, magic, darkness, and what promises to be a complex mythology as well as the struggles involved with love and sex. That being said, the language is concise; an easy read. There is a kind of tarnished glamor to most of the characters, Julian and Siris, the main couple, being foremost in this. neither is perfect, though both are attractive, and their flaws are enough to create genuine conflict. The side storylines, though, are just as engaging as the main one, even though we are only shown glimpses. The sex is well-written, though sometimes heavily-based in the mythological elements and definitely geared toward the adventurous. Check this one out for the romance, but stay for the story, because, unlike some erotic books I’ve read, there actually IS one. I’d call these authors ones to watch.”

– by Julie Hodges (via Amazon)

Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

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Graphic and imperfect, the characters and story drew me in and refused to let go, March 25, 2013

Monster is a graphic world of paranormal activity, sex, humour, and a really twisted method of finding agents for the organization that deals with all the things that go bump in the night.

Monster is the story of Julian and Siris. They were part of a boy band years ago, but time, fears and the world separated them. Now, they are set to be partnered agents, something neither man knows. To add to the problems, each is unwilling to deal with their feelings. Siris goes so far as to take someone else home with him, straining an already tenuous hold of fate on these two.

Graphic and imperfect, the characters and story drew me in and refused to let go even once the last page was done. I loved the characters and felt their fear, passion, pain, and joy. If you love gritty paranormals then this book is a must read!”

– by Aine Massie

**eARC provided by author in exchange for honest review.

Rating: 4 drops of blood

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Must Read, March 26, 2013

“Monster: Book One” is filled with the paranormal, graphic sex and some humor thrown in. The characters were well developed and believable. This book is a page turner and will captivate you from the first page. A must read for those who love an erotic paranormal read.

– by My Cozie Corner {Book Reviews}

This review is based on a complimentary copy from the author which was provided for an honest review.

Rating: 5 stars

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