Theron's Boys

Kiernan Kelly
Theron's Boys
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MLR Press
Release Date
March 2013
LGBTQ, Ménage or more, Vamps & Shifters Romance

When an irresistable man offers Christian a job that sounds too good to be true, he finds out the proposal comes with sharp teeth and the loss of his immortal soul.

Christian thought he had a handle on life. He wasn't rich, but he had a decent job bartending at a local gay bar. That is until one night when Theron walked into the bar and turned his world upside down. Theron, a mesmerizing stranger with the ability to turn Christian on with a single look, makes Christian an offer he can't refuse, but in hindsight, probably should have - a job at Theron's ultra trendy club. The problem? The positon is for life, and in the underworld of vampire sex slaves, that can be a very, very long time, indeed.

Book Review by Susan Mac Nicol (author)
Apr 17, 2013   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
161 people found the following review helpful
I enjoyed this book a lot. It was a short, entertaining read and I got to know and enjoy the characters of Christian Wolfe and the other 'Theron's Boys'. There were memorable characters, lots of steamy eroticism and if you love male action, then this book offers plenty to satisfy.

The story takes place in New York and is mainly set in a club called Blood Alley belonging to the charismatic vampire, Theron. He is master of a group of young men he calls Theron's Boys. Young men turned to vampires to satisfy his craving for sex on tap, and the ability to sell them to the highest bidder in his lucrative business deals.

Christian thought he wanted to be immortal, have as much as sex as he wanted and be strong and sexy. But he's now getting tired of it. So he decides to change the game plan.

It was sexy, hot, well written, well edited ( a personal bugbear of mine - this adds so much to a story , making it so much easier to enjoy). The characters were well drawn, and I loved the growing attachment between Christian and David, so tender and romantic. The pace was well thought out and the vivid descriptions made me feel I could imagine the scene and put myself in there with the characters. The sex scenes were hot, especially the ménage scene, the dialogue rich and natural.

The only thing I didn't like was the way the story ended. The end of the book seemed to be rushed, all wrapped up in neat paragraphs that explained what happened next. I would have preferred to see the author write more about this in her fluid style, using the characters to finish the story. It is a talent that could have made the ending a little more palatable.

But this didn't detract too much from my overall enjoyment of the book, a great read by a talented author. I would definitely read more books by Kiernan Kelly as I enjoyed her writing style and her imagination.
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