Sunday, August 24, 2014

Dmitri's Little Spitfire by Jess Buffett



DmitriTitle: Dmitri’s Little Spitfire
Series: Hunter Clan, 3
Author: Jess Buffett
Publisher: Siren Publishing-BookStrand
Genre and Pairing: Paranormal and M/M
Word Count:24,504
Reviewer Name: Luna
Publisher Buy Link:





Publisher Blurb
Elijah Collins is ashamed. Used to hurt his friends by Potestas, he now finds it hard to even look someone in the face. Especially Dmitri, his mate. When a truth about Elijah is discovered, Potestas also find out. Now that they know his true worth, he becomes an even bigger target than before.
Dmitri Kalas has always prided himself on being calm and in control. It is his job to help protect his Clan, and most importantly his mate. But when he finds out that the people responsible for hurting his Kayan’s mate have also been abusing his mate, he becomes incensed.
Will Dmitri be able to convince his mate that he is worth love and forgiveness? Or will Elijah allow his guilt to consume him and turn himself over to the enemy in order to keep his friends safe?



Review
I thoroughly enjoyed the third installment of the Hunter Clan by Jess Buffett.  This story is best read in chronological order. And if you have read the prior stories you will enjoy Dmitri, I know I did.  He was the strong silent type and fiercely protective.  But when he was unable to protect his mate, Dmitri took it hard, never mind he didn’t know the man prior to his rescue but what does that matter?  In spite of Dmitri’s guilt, it was nothing compared to Eli’s.  I mean Eli’s was virtually mind raped and even if he understood the why of it, it didn’t make the feelings any better.  I totally felt for the little guy and appreciated Dmitri’s patience as he gave his mate time.  I loved that Eli’s friends forgave even as they understood nothing needed to be forgiven.  I loved that they did whatever they could to ease Eli’s pain and shame.  Ms. Buffett focused more on the positive in this story and I appreciated and enjoyed her efforts.  I loved the feeling of camaraderie that popped up, usually through humor.  I appreciated the strength buried within Eli’s small body and the love he fought to accept.
I thought Ms. Buffett gave us a well written story.  It was full of love and acceptance.  I along with Dmitri fell in love with Dmitri’s Little Spitfire.

                                  Four Twinkling Stars!!


No comments: