There's a new player in Lyon City powerful enough to shut down the city's electric lines and the job is right up Volt's alley.
Volt isn't always the easiest man or wizard to deal with. The only person sane enough to put up with his bullshit is his apprentice, tabby shifter Heath Bones, but even Heath's patience is running out.
He wants Volt badly, but the elemental only cares about his work and his brothers at Havoc's Crew. Quitting his job and leaving Volt is the best decision he's ever made, right until he's taken hostage by a major league demon.
Vanquishing demons, rescuing damsels and ravishing them after is all part and parcel of being a member of Havoc's Crew, but Heath isn't just any damsel. The more Volt tries to sizzle his desire for his apprentice into nothing, the more it threatens to explode into high voltage.
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Another good one
Just like the previous book in this series, it was not my favorite paranormal mm romance of all time, but it was definitely worth listening to.
I found this one easier to pay attention to, although I can't give any particular reason why. The writing was good and the pacing was well-done. I felt more emotion in this book than the previous. I still didn't fall in love with the characters. This makes for a great audiobook if you aren't easily distracted.
Peter Verbena did a great job. I could tell the characters apart, the voice was pleasant, and the pacing was comfortable. There was plenty of emotion in it, which is important for this genre.
I received a free copy of this audiobook in exchange for an honest review.
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