Wednesday, May 25, 2016

S.E.X. Review~ The Trouble with Mirrors by Bailey Bradford

A little sass and a perfect ass can land a vamp in a sticky situation…
Paolo has watched his friends and coven leader find mates, their other halves. He’s ready to find someone just for him, though that means getting out and actually going somewhere.
When his coven leader, Claude, asks him to help out with a bit of a spy mission, Paolo agrees. He puts on his sexiest—and skimpiest—club outfit and dives right in.
But the mission brings him head to head with his coven’s worst enemies, the Dark Slayers. And when he finds himself attracted to one who’s about to be initiated against his will, Paolo can’t resist helping the man out…and having some really hot sex while he’s at it.
Then the Dark Slayers find them…

I have to admit Bailey Bradford’s The Trouble with Mirrors was not what I expected as a fan of the series~ The Vamp for Me.  Quirky and fun- loving with a dark edge Mirrors was a great read that brought forth smiles and drama.

Paolo and Dakota were an unlikely couple- vampire and pseudo recruit slayer. Both men looking for something and never finding their nitch- but together they found friendship and love. The chemistry between the two men was believable~ making us forget that one of them was a vampire. I adored Paolo’s snarky attitude and Dakota’s sweet Midwest disposition. A lovely couple.

The secondary characters added suspense and drama to the book and as always Ms. Bradford's style of writing kept me interested an enthralled- no pun indented. 
A great series, recommend reading in order- not to be missed.
Book provided by author/publisher in exchange for an honest review

Definite S.E.X.
A five handcuff review


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