Tuesday, November 4, 2014

Between Heaven & Hell

Author: L.M. Brown
Publisher: Totally Bound Publishing
Publisher URL: www.totallybound.com
ISBN: 9781784302658
Genre: {M/M/M} Paranormal Series
Rating: 4.5 Nymphs
Literary Nymphs Reviewer: Chocolate Minx 

Tristan Garrett thought the Halloween party at a local bar would be the perfect place to meet a potential boyfriend, so he agreed to accompany his only friend, Lawrence to the social gathering. Tristan glimpses demon Alastor standing across the room. Hoping to attract Alastor’s attention, Tristan moves to the dance floor but instead of Alastor, Tristan is joined by angel Machidiel. One night in the arms of Mac plus a year later in the arms of Alastor and Tristan is in love with two men each with mutual feelings for Tristan. 

Between Heaven & Hell is the first book in the Heavenly Sins series. The fascinating plot is a sizzling romance intermingled with mystery, deception and a touch of amusing interaction between Alastor and Mac, who are both competing for Tristan’s affection. The trial ménage relationship is a first for all three of them.

Alastor is a demon capable of true emotions, making him rare among demons.
Alastor hates his demon form, but he is required to reveal his true self when summoned by the demon king. Alastor and Mac have shared an unrequited love for centuries, though being an angel, Mac is reluctant to break any heavenly rules. Alastor on the other hand cares nothing for rules, but he respects Mac.

Mac is always on a mission to save souls, especially Tristan and Alastor. However, Mac soon realizes his love for Tristan has impaired his judgment, thus creating a major dilemma that even Mac’s angelic powers cannot rectify.

Tristan is a good guy searching for a long term relationship with one man. He quickly discovers that he is able to equally love two men at the same time. Through no fault of his own, Tristan becomes trapped in a predicament that could cost him the lost of his soul. 

L.M. Brown’s Between Heaven & Hell is a creative as well as an incredibly enjoyable good versus evil skirmish. 

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