Friday, December 3, 2010

Blood Relations

Title: Blood Relations
Author: K.C. Burn
Publisher: Loose Id
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ISBN: 978-1-60737-879-2
Genre: {M/M} Shape-shifter, Vampire
Rating: 5 Nymphs
Literary Nymphs Reviewer: Scandalous Minx

Frazer Nyland is having a hard time keeping bedfellows. His love life is in the pits, leaving Frazer to wonder if men no longer consider him attractive. That all changes when he shakes things up a bit and meets a man who makes him remember how it feels to be desired.

What Agent Cooper Wallace wants most is a man of his own. Someone he can build a relationship with and trust with his heart. Meeting Frazer was a stroke of luck. When an investigation leads him to Frazer’s home town and evidence starts to mount against his lover, Cooper is distraught and unsure of how he can continue without the man who has quickly taken over his heart.

Will Cooper lose the man he loves?

Blood Relations is the second release in the MIA Case Files series. K.C. Burn uses an Umbrae-possessed vampire to create a great deal of havoc in the story. Cooper is a strong man with a sharp mind and a killer body. Frazer is a sweetie who has lost some of his confidence, thanks to a few months of bad luck with men. Their chemistry was instantaneous with enough heat to make the ink run off the pages. I loved their first scorching scene and knew the passionate encounters could only get better.

The men make a wonderful pair. Their similar desire for a trustworthy lover made them work harder at communication. It didn’t squash all of the trust issues but they were never big enough to cause more than a tiny disturbance. And while the sex was fantastic, they knew they needed more for a lasting relationship.

K.C. Burn combines action, suspense, and a fair amount of drama to create a fantastic sequel to Wolfsbane. Those who enjoy secret agents, knee deep in paranormal unrest, will be happy they bought a copy.

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