Monday, May 15, 2017

Ice Man by Kyann Waters

Title: Ice Man
Series: Blood Slaves, 1
Author: Kyann Waters
Publisher: K.Ink
Genre: M/M, Paranormal, BDSM
Pages: 105
Reviewer: Redz

Publisher's Blurb
Feeding and sex go hand in hand when you’re a blood slave to a vampire. It’s like a drug and Rowan is hooked. With the vampire Theron, Rowan has never wanted for more than his next fix. Until he meets Brett. Brett is hot, the sex is incredible and he’s human.

Brett is looking for kinky sex when he goes to The Catacombs, an exclusive fetish club for men. Flair bartender Rowan, also known as Ice Man, is sexy and mysterious. Brett isn’t ready to complicate his life with a lover outside The Catacombs and Rowan isn’t interested in club-scene sex but coming together and giving in never felt so good.

Rowan’s dark secret could destroy everything. He must never allow Brett to learn of his symbiotic relationship with the vampire. He has to choose -- tell Brett the truth or remain a blood slave. He can only hope that Brett will trust in love enough to forgive him.


Ice Man starts off the series Blood Slaves by author Kyann Waters. This book was previously published and I cannot see any significant changes to the original work.
This book really sets us up into the world of blood slaves and vampires. There is quite a bit of information that will carry on in other books. I liked that though there is a ton of information, the story itself did not suffer for it. Nice arc to the story and solid writing. Always a plus when I am reading a book.
The love story itself is rather complicated in this story.
Rowan owes his vampire Theron a lot. Without him he would have been dead. He is a very willing blood slave. But what happens when a blood slave falls for someone who isn't the vampire they are feeding? Theron has strong feelings for Rowan. But Rowan his heart is taken by Brett.
Brett is a anything goes type of guy. Rowan is the bartender at the catacombs. Brett wants him but Rowan isn't sure he can handle just what really goes on in the basement.
These two walk a fine line for most of the book. It is fun to see the entire love story unfold and learn about some exceptionally gifted vampires.
When you want a paranormal with a ton of twists and turns in it this is the story to pick up.

                                        Five Shooting Stars

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