Tuesday, September 20, 2011


Title: Pestilence
Author: T.A. Chase
Publisher: Total-E-Bound Publishing
Publisher URL: www.total-e-bound.com
ISBN: 978-0-85715-701-0
Genre: {M/M} Paranormal, Series
Rating: 5 Nymphs
Literary Nymphs Reviewer: Chocolate Minx  

Pestilence is sitting in an Amazon clearing, having his mid-day meal, when Bartholomew Winston stumbles out of the jungle and collapses into Pest’s arms.  Normally Pest would choose to ignore the ailing human, but there was something in Bart’s eyes that attracted Pest’s desire to help.  Pest discovered the months he spent curing the mortal Bart’s virus also cured Pest’s immortal soul. 

Pestilence has a provocative theme with a spiritual overtone.  The plot, which instigates a moment of thoughtful reflection of the world today, illustrates how the balance between good and evil is upset when some of mankind seeks to have supremacy over others, along with how Karma has a way of keeping track of the things you do in this life so that they will come back to you, whether the deeds are good or bad.   Pestilence is the first warning for whoever is creating the unbalance in the mortal world.  The title may imply gloom and doom, however the detailed characters have superb interactions of humor as well as exceptionally sensual intimacy scenes.  The emotional past history expressed by Pest and Bart is especially heartwarming.  T.A. Chase has produced an excellent happy ever after saga that I thoroughly enjoyed.

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