Saturday, January 3, 2015

His Sleeping Beau by Jess Buffett

Title:His Sleeping Beau
Series:Wickedly Ever After, 2
Author:Jess Buffett
Publisher:JK Publishing, Inc.
Genre and Pairing:Paranormal and M/M (oral and anal sex)
Word Count:26,240
Reviewer Name: Luna
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Publisher Blurb
Zanth is a teacher making the best of his life until a chance encounter changes everything for him. It leaves him questioning everything: his life, his family, and his ability to love.
When Guardian Liam is sent to collect his charge and bring him home, the last thing he expected is to discover the young, clueless man is meant to be his. Now he must explain the past to save the future to a man with no knowledge of his worth.
Will a Tribe gain the leader they have waited years for? Does the evil from the past finally receive their vengeance? Or can Liam convince Zanth that apart means death to all but together, they are unstoppable?

I enjoyed His Sleeping Beau by Jess Buffett.  While this book is the second in the Wickedly Ever After series, it can be read as a stand alone.  I was looking for a nice quick read and this story fit the bill perfectly.  In Zanth we find a man who is more than he ever thought.  And when Liam steps into his world, Zanth finds out in a hurry that he must trust someone.   I loved that Liam tried to give Zanth the knowledge he needed while trying to protect him from danger as well as his growing desire.  I thought Ms. Buffett gave us a wonderfully strong character in Liam that was sometimes a bit too self-sacrificing.  However, I adored the strong, tough guy with a gooey center.  Zanth rose to the challenges that were set before him.  I loved that Ms. Buffett made him equally strong even as he navigated waters that were full of sharks.  This story was well developed with strong characters.  Ms. Buffett moved the relationship between Liam and Zanth quickly but chemistry supported it.  I believed in the characters and their reasoning for their actions.  This was a wonderful quick read.  

                                  Four Twinkling Stars

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