- Riptide Publishing
- Release Date
- January 2013
- Book 2 of Falling Sky
LGBTQ, Paranormal Romance, Vamps & Shifters Romance
Liam Lansing is heir to a prominent family of bio-modified vampires. That is, until he chooses the wrong lover and is cast down to the Gutter to scrape for his life.
Daniel Harding is heir to Cybernetix and a prince of the corporate Sky. That is, until his ideology drives his father to put a price on his head, forcing him into the Gutter.
But Daniel and Liam won't vanish meekly into the smog. Together, they plan to rip open the hidden corruption that runs the Sky-for vengeance, for justice, and for hope. They strike against the corporations in a daring raid. When everything goes wrong, Daniel must betray his core beliefs to save the man he loves and protect his dangerous secret. Only through courage in the face of death-or worse-might he and Liam change the world they live in and create something new under the sun.
Book Review by Lynn (reviewer)
Feb 17, 2013 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
111 people found the following review helpful
SOMETHING NEW UNDER THE SUN beautifully highlights the lengths people will go to find and be with their true love and stand up for what they believe in.
Liam and Daniel have just escaped death and now are working to bring down the man responsible for that—Daniel's father. These two have to put their lives, their beliefs, and even their loved ones in jeopardy to stay together and show the world they are wrong about Daniel's father and his company.
When I began reading this story it became obvious, very quickly, that I was missing something. That something was the first book in this series and the huge back story of Daniel and Liam. I hate reading a series out of order and would not have begun this book if I had realized I was coming into this story halfway through. That being said, I decided to give the story a try and really enjoyed it. I am now in the process of reading the first book so that I can fully appreciate Liam and Daniel's relationship and how they got to the point they are at in this book. I'm sure I will have an even higher opinion of this book after I finish the first.
The characters, and the way the author writes them, are by far the best part of this story. Daniel and Liam are so sweet and honest with one another. They've obviously been through a lot and can still love and laugh together. Both of them put themselves in danger and reevaluate their values and life choices for each other. I enjoyed the overall plot, good working to expose evil, although some of the scientific elements were outside of my usual reading preference. Very enjoyable story.
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