Publisher: Carina Press
Pages no: 231
Reviewed by: AsabatGenre: M/M Historical Rated: 5 hearts Check out the review at: Hearts On Fire Reviews
A well done M/M adaption of the "Tarzan" theme. The two MCs, Michael and James, were thoroughly engaging.
MM version of a Tarzan tale?Bonnie Dee tells a remarkable, well researched and thought out tale of angst and primal needs. Odd One has been raised by gorillas for most of his life, not knowing what he was but just that he was different. Until a group of anthropologists make camp close by in his Afri...
3.5 stars. I liked the story and was immediately captivated by the time spent in the jungle. I was emotionally invested and pissed that people saw one character as property. Michael was absolutely awesome.
James Litchfield is an Oxford anthropologist who has traveled all the way from England to the Congo to find a life-altering discovery. James is both excited and nervous because the jungle is filled with strange animals and wild beasts that could tear him apart if he doesn't keep his wits about him. ...
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