Thursday, March 3, 2011

DARK REIGN 1: FOUND by Mychael Black

Book 1 in a series
Publisher: Changeling Press
Date Published: October 22nd, 2010
ISBN: 978-1-60521-532-7
M/M Paranormal, Vampires/Werewolves
Reviewed by Dawn
Obtained by Publisher

CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE! AJ has no idea what his past entails. He remembers nothing from before he went to work for Dalton Gray, a sadistic vampire, who has a perchance to beating AJ to death. One night he meets a mysterious man who saves him from sure death. Can this mysterious Geoff give AJ answers about his past?

First, I have to admit I adore Mychael Black’s work. This is an author who knows how to spin a tale that is so hot it melts the computer screen. This book introduces the reader to a world of vampires and werewolves. This is the start to a new series from Mychael Black and one that will leave readers clamoring for more. Since this is a short 23 page book, I don’t want to give too much away in the review. Tight writing, intriguing characters, hot, steamy man love action leaves the reader spellbound and aching for more.

DARK REIGN 1: FOUND is a hot short story that will surely heat up your cool autumn nights. Here you have a man who has no idea where he came from, and is resigned to dying at the hands of the vampire he works for. AJ has no idea what or who he is and when he meets a mysterious man named Geoff, he finds himself hoping he will find the answers to his questions. Will Geoff be the answer to AJ’s questions? Oh man, these two guys heat things up and keep it hot until the very end of the book. You get to experience the sparks these two generate and man do they steam up the screen. I recommend you have an ice bucket or window open nearby so you can cool off afterwards.

I loved DARK REIGN 1: FOUND and hope the author doesn’t leave us waiting for the next installment. The only thing I had an issue with is that it ended too soon. If you want a hot sexy story to heat you up at night, then grab DARK REIGN 1: FOUND and settle in for some werewolf action.

This is an objective review and not an endorsement of this book.

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