- Less Than Three Press
- Release Date
- October 2014
- Book 1 of Sumeria's Sons
LGBTQ, Paranormal Romance, Urban Fantasy, Vamps & Shifters Romance
A Lycan descendant of Gilgamesh and Enkidu, Tristan is not as extraordinary as his ancestors. He is an average warrior, unremarkable throughout. But this fact does not trouble him because he has found his Twin Flame, the one person destined to be his, who will love him unconditionally, life after life.
Then his Flame betrays him, leaving him shattered and dying. Brokenhearted, Tristan dissolves the sacred bond and leaves. His best friend, Ushna, accompanies him, vowing to guard and protect him, and Tristan slowly comes to realize that love does not require a sacred bond.
But if he hopes to keep the love he chooses, they will first have to survive ancient secrets, lies, mythical creatures, and the return of absent gods...
Oct 06, 2014 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
137 people found the following review helpful
What if the soul mate chosen by the gods doesn't end up being the one that completes you?
Tristan is a Lycan descendant who suffers from believing he is mediocre. He has discovered his Twin Flame, the one person destined to be his, cheating on him. Tristan has requested that they be permanently separated. This is rarely done since it can lead to Tristan's death. After the separation, he must try to find a way to go on with his life.
The story was not a strong romance and instead focused on building the world and delving deep into Tristan's life. Tristan was a fascinating character with an amazing ability to tell a story. He had his heart broken by the one person in the world who should have loved him through eternity. Fortunately, his best friend, Ushna, stood by him during his dark recovery period. Ushna helped Tristan come back to life, and his commitment to Tristan never wavered. I would have loved to have gotten to know Ushna better and watch them develop their relationship, but Ushna didn't talk very much.
The unique world the author created was very interesting and easy to follow. The ending clearly continues into the next story, but I didn't feel frustrated that it was too much of a cliffhanger.
Engaging storytelling kept me hooked from beginning to end, and I'm really looking forward to the next entry in this series.
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