Blood in the Sand
Sanguis Noctis Book Two, Sequel to Blood Howl When David, an old contact and sometimes friend, hires Jed Walker to look into a series of seemingly unrelated disappearances in Cairo, Jed jumps at the chance to show his partner, Redford Reed, more of the world he’s been missing. David’s... show more
Sanguis Noctis Book Two, Sequel to Blood Howl
When David, an old contact and sometimes friend, hires Jed Walker to look into a series of seemingly unrelated disappearances in Cairo, Jed jumps at the chance to show his partner, Redford Reed, more of the world he’s been missing. David’s boyfriend, supernatural expert and resident stuffy professor Victor Rathbone, joins them in their journey to Egypt, which holds many more dangers and mysteries than Jed ever expected. Hidden natures resurface, relationships collide, and instincts are stretched to their breaking point. What seems to be a simple case turns out to be anything but.
David may have called for help, but he has his own suspicions about who’s behind the kidnappings—suspicions that, along with clashing personalities, make getting to the bottom of the mystery difficult. While Jed and Redford grow more intimate and trusting with each new obstacle in their path, David and Victor struggle not to lose their trust in each other in the face of their differences. As the four close in on the kidnappers, David is forced to face the one thing more dangerous than the mastermind behind the disappearances: himself.
Publish date: June 1st 2012
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages no: 350
Edition language: English
Series: Sanguis Noctis (#2)
This is a hard book to review because there were a lot of things that bothered me about it and yet I loved it. As a result, I'm going to make this review more of a list of things because it's hard to keep it all coherent in my mind.What I loved:The action and suspense. The danger and excitement and ...
2,5 stars for the first one. I liked the first installment. Jed was a good main character, snarky and strong, but with some flaws and quirks. Red is too good to be true, sweet boyfriend, a little chick-with-dick-ish, but overall ok. There was no real plot, but the budding LUUUUUUVE kept you on board...
Again a great book in this series.Even if David didn't had a happy ending I adored this book. It was the best possible end... It could make me angry minutes after I finish it, but thinking with calm I can understand it.It's weird, how can such a funny book can leave a bitter taste on my mouth. And i...
Very good paranormal m/m romantic suspense in which Jed and Redford are hired by Jed's friend David to travel with he and Victor to Cairo to rescue some people that David believes have been kidnapped by an old associate of his. More, please. :)
Another book that hits the wall. I can't seem to connect with the story. I liked book #1 but I truly struggle with this one and only with determination I can actually. Though I also have to be honest that I skim A LOT after I reach half-part.On the good side, I think Redford is still adorable. He ha...