- Liquid Silver Books
- Release Date
- May 2011
- Book 3 of Darwin's Theory
Erotic Romance, LGBTQ, Paranormal with Romantic Elements
I have come to terms with the idea of Peter becoming Lesser-Bred. See, sometimes I can look at the glass of milk as being half-full instead of close to empty.
Besides, it's not all that hard. Look at the benefits. More time alone with him, my greedy bastard self, and the bed. Granted, it's time we could be spending in the Gray Zone. I did promise to take Peter there to find a Lesser-Bred to meet his needs.
But since Peter hasn't mentioned going, I haven't bothered to remind him. What can I say, the idea of another man satisfying Pete in a way I can't doesn't exactly put me in my happy place.
Maybe, with any luck, Pete won't kill me.
Kill me and eat me.
Sep 15, 2011 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
99 people found the following review helpful
Impulse control, use it, Darwin! Although really, I want to call him Dar-DIM. In the third installment of this series, we learn more about why Peter is in such hot demand. Still no Kin showing up in the book but the evil Serge makes another appearance. She's in league with Peter's abductors. Thankfully, Darwin is able to bullshit his way for a daring rescue.
Darwin is once again a loathsome person. I didn't think I could lose any more respect for this dimwit. Ms. Wilder has done a great job in creating a reprehensible boy that anyone would want to smack around and shake some sense into him. Since Darwin does come across as a painslut, I'd be happy to whip him into shape.
Peter is still the sweet boy and as we learn why he's done some of the things he's done, I'm even more irritated with Darwin. It is obvious Darwin is the downfall of everything for Peter – be it directly or indirectly. Why Peter still loves Darwin, I cannot fathom. I don't see Peter wising up anytime soon. Even though I was irritated with Darwin's every thought and move, each scene was necessary and made sense.
I'm still hooked and want to read the next book to find out what other secrets haven't been exposed. I also want to finally meet a Kin. I recommend this book for those who enjoy military conspiracies mixed with bumbling teenage boys who can't think straight due to testosterone poisoning.
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