- Liquid Silver Books
- Release Date
- June 2011
- Book 4 of Darwin's Theory
Erotic Romance, LGBTQ, Paranormal with Romantic Elements
Peter and me, we've been through a lot over the past few days. Pete bit me, and then was kidnapped by Whitcomb-I-Used-To-Have-Clown-Hair. In my attempt to rescue Peter I was forced to break the promise I made, which went something along the lines of not setting anything on fire or blowing anything up.
Everything is okay now because Pete and I are safe inside the Gray Zone. Now all we have to do is to deal with Peter's becoming Lesser-Bred. Because I can't feed Pete, it means buying a Lesser-Bred whore who can. But Peter is still worried he'll come after me so he's asked me for a favor, and Peter has never asked me for anything, so it's no surprise I can't tell him no. Only, if I keep my word, if I do the thing Peter has asked me to do, there's a chance it could kill him.
Sep 05, 2011 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
140 people found the following review helpful
If your lover asked you to kill him if he became out of control, would you be able to do it?
In this fourth book, LOST, Peter makes Darwin promise to kill him if Peter tries to harm Darwin. Peter is very close to shifting which entails seeing his lover literally like a piece of meat to devour. Darwin finally secures another lesser-bred to help provide Peter with what he needs. Unlike Darwin, lesser-bred can regenerate body parts which have been eaten while in the middle of sex.
The threesome between Peter, Darwin and the lesser-bred whore was tasty. It was a hot little scene, which was gritty and raw. I would have liked it to last longer but I realize the interruption was needed.
This fourth book had me whipping through it to find out what happens. The more I learn about the lesser-bred, the worse I feel for them. They truly are treated as worse than second class citizens. Still no appearance of the Kin in this book, and it makes me wonder if they will ever appear.
LOST Moved at a fast past and the ending was an abrupt slam into a stone wall for me. I was left hanging and screaming, "What? Where's the rest of the story?" It was not an unanticipated scene, just a cliffhanger. There better be another book to this series or I'm going to be pissed. I recommend this book to those already hooked into the series and want to know what happens to Darwin and Peter.
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