Introverted scholar Percival Endicott Whyborne has spent the last few months watching his lover, Griffin Flaherty, come to terms with the rejection of his adoptive family. So when an urgent telegram from Christine summons them to Egypt, Whyborne is reluctant to risk the fragile peace they’ve... show more
Introverted scholar Percival Endicott Whyborne has spent the last few months watching his lover, Griffin Flaherty, come to terms with the rejection of his adoptive family. So when an urgent telegram from Christine summons them to Egypt, Whyborne is reluctant to risk the fragile peace they’ve established. Until, that is, a man who seems as much animal as human tries to murder Whyborne in the museum.
Amidst the ancient ruins of the pharaohs, they must join Christine and face betrayal, murder, and a legendary sorceress risen from the dead. In the forge of the desert heat, the trio will either face their fears and stand together—or shatter the bonds between them forever.
Necropolis is the fourth book in the Whyborne & Griffin series, where magic, mystery, and m/m romance collide with Victorian era America.
Publish date: 2014-05-05
Pages no: 202
Edition language: English
Series: Whyborne & Griffin (#4)
I liked this one. It wasn't very Whyborne and Griffin centered, it was a Christine story and I like her so much, I loved to know more about her and see her character develop. You get to see there's more to her than being Whyborne "partner in crime" The story the book tell us is very predictable, tho...
Whyborne and Griffin set off for Egypt after Christine sends them a telegram asking for their assistance. They end up fighting Ghouls, evil undead spirits and a demon from Griffin's past much fun! Whyborne is still working on his spells though he still adamantly denies being a sorcerer. Along with t...
This was... not at all and exactly what I expected.It had everything I hoped for - mystery (though it was a bit obvious), action, Whyborne whom I absolutely adore, we get to know Christine much better, sexy times and romantic times with Griffin... I didn't anticipate Daisy the comical camel, but I l...
I’m pretty sure I’ve said this after each one of these but here I go again. This one is my favourite. For realz this time. ‘Necropolis’ had it all going on. From the first sentence to the last I was totally sucked in. I mean how could I not be? You take Whyborne who complained about going to West Vi...
In book four of the 'Whyborne and Griffin' series, entitled 'Necropolis' by Jordan Hawk, the main characters continue to develop both as individuals and as partners. The emotion between them is almost tangible, i.e., they love each other so much it hurts, but in a sublime way. The concern these men ...