Monday, May 23, 2016

Bailey By Stormy Glenn and Bellann Summer

Title: Bailey
Series: Battle Bunnies, 1
Author: Stormy Glenn and Bellann Summer
Publisher: Siren-Bookstrand, Inc.
Genre and Pairing: Paranormal and M/M
Word Count: 35,449
Reviewer Name: Luna
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Publisher Blurb
[Siren Everlasting Classic ManLove: Erotic Alternative Paranormal Romance, M/M, shape-shifters, HEA]
They know a thousand ways to kill...and zero ways to love.
As a Battle Bunny, honed in the fires of hell, Bailey fights every day just to function. Blind since birth, the skills he learned to protect himself after years of torture at the hands of a sadistic scientist keep him alive, but nothing can protect him from the mate he discovers on a rescue mission.
Harvey Blackstone watched his brother die a slow agonizing death from behind the bars of the cage he had been tossed into. He vowed revenge on those that took his only family, if he survives that long.
When the doors opened and the most stunning man he had ever seen steps inside, Vey is close to death. Discovering the man who rescues him is also his mate seems like a gift from the gods. Claiming Bailey is not the same as keeping him safe. The scientists that kept him prisoner are after them all, and it will take more than a family of Battle Bunnies to keep them all safe. It will take a miracle.





Review
Bailey has been blind since birth but that hasn’t stopped him from righting wrongs. As a member of the Battle Bunnies, he rescues those being experimented upon and killed. Vey is one such man. He is expecting to die not finding a mate but can he reign in his possessive nature and allow Bailey his independence?
Bailey is the first in this new series by Stormy Glenn and Bellann Summer  and I must say it started with a bang! Bailey has learned to compensate for his lack of sight with the enhanced nature of his other senses. When he rescues Vey, he finds himself struggling with the limitations his newly minted mate is comfortable with. I loved how much Bailey was willing to bend but drew the line when his independence was at stake. He has lived and survived this long and understands his limitations and strengths, now he just needs patience while his mate learns that disabled does not mean less than. Vey doesn’t mean any harm. He has lost the only family he has and was inches from death. Holding too tight is the least of his worries especially when the danger isn’t over. I love how Ms. Glenn and Ms Summer allowed these characters to learn their boundaries. Bailey wasn’t used to taking someone else’s feelings into account when he does what he does. Vey has waited so long for a mate his fear may cost him the very thing he desires. Finding a middle ground isn't easy but Ms. Glenn and Ms Summer  makes it appear almost easy between these two characters. I enjoyed this new series and am looking forward to seeing the rest of Bailey’s friends find what fate has in store.


                              Four Twinkling Stars

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