Thursday, December 26, 2013

Keeping Cameron by Violet Joicey-Cowen

Publisher: Siren Publishing
Date published: November 2013
ISBN: 978-1-62740-782-3
Genre: Paranormal, M/M
Book format: E-book
obtained via: Publisher
Reviewed by: Marieke
5 hearts

When Cameron and Bobby first meet they instantly know they are mates, but Cameron had always wanted a wife and children. He rejects Bobby, but regrets it very soon after. When Cameron pulls a little stunt at a pack barbecue, Bobby comes after him and they make out. Bobby feels he pressured Cameron into it and runs, leaving Cameron confused and wanting.

Cameron follows him as soon as he has permission to go but something is going on inside his body. He finds Bobby and they mate under strange circumstances. Not long after their mating they hear a noise.

The noise turns out to be a very young boy who’s going through his first shift. Something isn’t right with this and Bobby and Cameron take the boy home to the pack. It turns out that it’s again the work of the evil stepfather of Charlie. The pack rescues the other children who are in the same home and take them in.

In an argument Bobby says some things that hurt Cameron. Another strange thing happens to Cameron and their mating is on the line. Again Michealson’s work makes their lives difficult.
To me this book was the best one so far in this series. I loved all the strange things that seem to happen. I am glad though that it all gets explained properly in this book, because I would have been too curious to wait for it.

Bobby and Cameron have a very complex relationship. It’s wonderful to read how they struggle with a lot of things but their love is so obvious in all the inner turmoil, their actions and their thoughts.

The pain inside Cameron is so wonderfully written, my heart ached and my eyes watered. It doesn’t make sense, yet it so does. Bobby’s reaction is also heartbreaking. The secondary story line with the children and Michealson keeps me intrigued. So all in all a very good read.

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

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