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Blood Howl by Robin Saxon & Alex Kidwell

Blood Howl
By Robin Saxon & Alex Kidwell
210 pages
Published September 12, 2011
ISBN 9781613721490
Courtesy of Publisher


Gun for hire Jed Walker doesn't figure it for a difficult job-a simple smash and grab retrieval-except his new client doesn't want money or goods. He wants shy, gorgeous Redford Reed, a man who turns Jed's world upside down inside a day. He is in no way prepared to fall hard and fast for his newest assignment.


Redford Reed lives his life locked in his grandmother's house, haunted by a terrible curse and watching the world pass him by until Jed shows up, sent by a man who will stop at nothing to claim Redford as his own. Teaming up with Jed is Redford's only chance at survival, but as the violence escalates, so does the tension between them. Even though they each finally have something to live for, now it's going to take all Jed's skill and every bit of courage Redford has just to stay alive.

MY THOUGHTS:

Blood Howl was the most diverse book I have read so far. I have read all types of books but this one had me absolutely glued to the pages with my eyes wide open. I have read scenes in books where there is some m/m play but this was all male all the time and it was freaking great!

Jed was the strong alpha male that I love in stories that took charge without flinching. I really like alpha male characters. Now the beginning I was thinking whoa, this is pretty blunt and graphic but I think it only added to the greatness of the story and helped us understand Jed's character all the more.

What can I say about Redford, or Red as Jed calls him? When Jed found him, he was timid and unsure of himself. The longer he is with Jed, the more he comes out of himself and becomes the confident, strong character at the end of the book. I felt so sorry for him because he was locked away for the majority of his life. I know his grandmother only had the best of intentions when she decided to seclude him from society, but it still is not a way I would like to have grown up.

I was really surprised by how much I enjoyed this book. I do wish it was just a little longer but the content in this novel more than made up for the shorter length. So take a chance on this great story. You won't be disappointed.

RATING:

Really great read. Looking forward to more from this genre.

Not for the faint of heart or someone who is not looking for something different. I on the other hand really loved it!!

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