Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Deadly Savage by Lexi Davis

Deadly Savage (MM)Title: Deadly Savage
Series: Bad Boy Assasins, 3
Author: Lexi Davis
Publisher: Siren- Bookstrand
Genre: MM, scifi
Pages: 74
Reviewer: Redz

Publisher’s Blurb
Siren Classic ManLove: Erotic Alternative Futuristic Sci-Fi Romance, M/M, HEA]
Rebel soldiers have taken over the planet Brittany and a genius scientist, Tucker Lambert, is trapped in the middle of it. Protected by one of the elite assassins in Blackburn Force, Tucker realizes it's only a matter of time before the rebels find him and kill him. With the war going on around him, he yearns for his lover Race Wilder to find him first.
After Race discovers his lover is still alive, he makes it his personal mission to find him and bring him back to the safety of Blackburn Force. The savage assassin is no stranger to fighting and he’ll fight until death for the one he loves.
Their love is being put to the test. Race had promised Tucker a lifetime together, and he always keeps his word. Can these two survive the unthinkable together and learn in the process that love conquers all?
A Siren Erotic Romance



Deadly Savage is the third book in the Bad Boy Assassins series by author Lexi Davis. I really love this series and just cannot get enough of it. Ms. Davis brings action, adventure, hot steamy man love to the pages of this book. I couldn’t stop reading it.
Race he is looking for his nerdy mate Tucker. Race is loyal. Tough as nails, totally in love with Tucker. He is willing to tear planet Brittany apart to find his lover. Take on whoever he has too and win.  Loyal, and kind Race is the kind of hero I love. Alpha, tough, but with a huge heart.
Tucker is a little bit of mad scientist and nerdy good boy rolled into one. He is also possessive and dominate in bed. I liked that twist to his personality! I like a nerdy boy who can surprise me. Tucker sure can do that.
The story line is really very good. It is a true middle book, so read this series in order. But I am telling you it is very worth the read.  Ms. Davis is fast becoming one of my favorite authors; I hope to read many more books in this series from her in the future.

                     Five Shooting Stars

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