Sunday, October 3, 2010

Trinity Trespass

Title: Trinity Trespass
Author: Val Kovalin
Publisher: Loose Id
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ISBN: 978-1-60737-847-1
Genre: {M/M} {M/M/M} Paranormal
Rating: 4.5 Nymphs
Literary Nymphs Reviewer: Scandalous Minx

The war between demons and angels is valiantly fought while most humans are oblivious to the struggle. Parnell is a demon with a conscious. He performs small acts in an attempt to balance out the acts he is expected to perform.

His latest assignment has him paired once again with his lover Navarro. While Parnell’s feelings are deepening for the other demon, he refuses to acknowledge them. Navarro wants to align their powers, but Parnell rejects the idea of relinquishing them to anyone. That issue may become a moot point after encountering Chavez.

Chavez is a renegade angel-demon hybrid. He gained Parnell’s admiration for his acts of defying his leaders, but the physical attraction will have Parnell wondering if he and Navarro can find a permanent spot in their bed for the hybrid.

Trinity Trespass is a fascinating paranormal that takes us to the Southwest. When the dynamics of the organization were revealed, I could understand Parnell’s reluctance to give up control to another. Navarro wanted more than power. He was attempting to secure a partner, lover, and confidant. His patience was tested more than once, but he always figured out just what Parnell needed and was willing to give it to him. Chavez gives the relationship a balance that could not exist without him.

Val Kovalin’s Trinity Trespass is a fast-paced story with a sound plot that mixes action, suspense and heart-thumping erotic scenes geared to make a reader squirm. The unique complicated characters and newly formed triad left me hoping for a sequel.

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