Saturday, December 20, 2014

Whyte's Dream by Jess Buffett



Title:Whyte’s Dream
Series:The Keepers, 3
Author:Jess Buffett
Publisher:JK Publishing
Genre and Pairing:Paranormal and M/M
Word Count:17,890
Reviewer Name: Luna
Publisher Buy Link:
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00Q3EWAIW








Publisher Blurb
As the Sandman, Sam has spent millennia dedicating his existence to bringing hope to others. His only chance for sight being found in reviewing the past or in dreams, which often leaves him the voice of reason within the Keepers. After multiple attacks from an enemy, Sam reconciles with the fact his only chance to be with his mate safely is in the dream world or not at all.

Whyte, the Tooth Fairy, has witnessed his twin and friends suffer through personal attacks after claiming their mates, and understands where his mate’s concern is coming from. He just never realized accepting Sam’s terms would be so difficult.

When the Keepers get closer to the ones responsible for all the harm they have faced, they realize the board has more players than they originally thought, and in order to come out on top, they may just have to make a deal with the devils.




Review
In Whyte’s Dream by Jess Buffet we see the battle that Sam and Whyte must win in order to mate.  Again we see Ms. Buffett’s somewhat warped sense of humor in that these sexy men are the Tooth Fairy and the Sandman respectively.  Honestly just for that chuckle factor alone I would read these books.  Luckily, Ms. Buffett adds to that wicked sense of humor with well written and enjoyable stories.  I loved Whyte when he helped his brother with his mate.  I pulled for him as he struggled to understand why he could only be with Sam in his dreams.  I empathized with him when he realized just how hard it would be to find nirvana while he slept only to wake up alone.  But his headstrong mate was determined to protect him regardless of Whyte’s opinion.  I loved how Ms. Buffett resolved the widening chasm that seemed to be opening between Sam and Whyte.  I am again impressed by her simple solutions to problems that appear insurmountable.  And she does it in such a way that it fits not only the circumstances but the characters as well.  I thought this was a well written and enjoyable book and I am looking forward to how she resolves the issues surrounding the future of the Keepers.
                        Four twinkling Stars


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