Tuesday, November 3, 2015

The Perfect Bite by J.D. Walker

Title: The Perfect Bite
Author: J.D. Walker
Publisher: Amberquill Press
Genre and Pairing: MM, paranormal, contemporary
Pages: 48
Reviewer Name: Redz

Publisher Blurb
Gabe Villagran has been an outcast since birth. The large purple birthmark on the right side of his face has ostracized him from family and community, leaving him with little self-esteem. So, imagine his delight when vampires come out to the world. Finally, at the age of eighteen, he’s not the only freak of nature around.

Five years after leaving home, Gabe meets Pierre Sangre outside his gay vampire club quite by chance—meaning, he rescues Gabe from becoming vampire food. A vampire himself, Pierre has been mourning the loss of his beloved Andre for centuries but sees something in the young man before him, and wants to keep him close. Pierre hires Gabe as a sort of “boy Friday” at the club and Gabe, grateful to his savior, accepts and falls irrevocably in love.

For ten years, both men have danced around their attraction to each other. Pierre, because Gabe is vulnerable; Gabe, because he doesn’t think he can ever measure up to Andre. But now, one night of misunderstandings clears things up and the two men meet in a blaze of passionate encounters that make the world new, for both of them.

All it takes is the perfect bite

The Perfect Bite by J.D. Walker is really a must read if you are a MM, vampire lover. Might be a quick read but it is full of action, adventure, and lots of love. I like the concepts of accepting yourself just as you are imperfections and all.
Gabe the words I would use to describe Gabe would be, smart, funny, brave, and loyal. He has a birth mark on his face making the right side of it purple. This has outcast him for most of his life. Even his parents saw it as a flaw rather than a badge of courage. When he is rescued by Pierre in the alley, he finally finds what he has been looking for all his life love.
Pierre is grieving the loss of a true love, but he now is having feelings for Gabe. He wants to be sure these feelings are not because he rescued him. Pierre he is dominate, loving, kind, and loyal as well. He understand the meaning of family and love better than anyone. He is giving that to Gabe, he just isn’t sure he should take the love Gabe wants to give him in return.
I really would love more in this world. The club is a great idea. I love the vampires and how Gabe handles them. There is a certain bartender who desperately needs his own story in this book too. I hope there are many more adventures at Club Dicknosis in the future.

                          Five Shooting Stars

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