[Siren Classic ManLove: Erotic Alternative Futuristic Paranormal Romance, M/M, HEA]
After a meteor attack a group of men are brought together by the World Council called MYSTIC. MYSTIC is a group of men with multiple powers known as celestials. They are only brought in to deal with Nefariouses, men with powers used for their own evil, twisted purpose.
Maxim is a MYSTIC agent. He can change the weather, shoot fire, and even turn into metal. He fears very little, until he meets his mate, Quade Sanders.
Quade Sanders is renowned. He has saved hundreds of lives with his gifts of clairvoyance, precognitive abilities, and mind-reading capabilities. However, Quade's inability to use those gifts on Max makes understanding why Max refuses to actually mate with him not just confusing, but painful.
Someone is using video games to rape and kill, and Quade and Max must try and help find the killer before he can strike again.
The Tin Man’s Heart followed Maxim and Quade, fated mates yet not mated. Quade was a clairvoyant and mind-reader who needed Max to ground him, which led to confusion as to why Max refused to mate with his man.
Ms. Storm delivered a well-written sci-fi story with twists and turns that led the reader on a merry chase of the bad guys. Utilizing the theme of a video game was an interesting addition into a world of super hero good & bad guys.
The infusion of each man having the ability to form certain hero-ist traits added a depth to the story and gave readers the sense of a genre within a genre. My only drawback to the book was all the characters. I found myself re-reading a few pages to keep track of a conversation between three or more of the men.
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Sexy and Sizzling
A four handcuff review
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