Secrets and Lies
After the near genocide of his race, Teague Johnson now spends his life hiding in plain sight. In a city populated by humans and nightfeeders alike, he and his brother are forced to cloak themselves in forged histories in order to blend in among the hierarchy of society. When he's not working at... show more
After the near genocide of his race, Teague Johnson now spends his life hiding in plain sight. In a city populated by humans and nightfeeders alike, he and his brother are forced to cloak themselves in forged histories in order to blend in among the hierarchy of society. When he's not working at Oasis, the sex club he and his brother own, Teague keeps to himself. He relies on strangers to feed his sexual desires, but anything more intimate is off limits. A nosy boyfriend snooping around in his business is the last thing he needs. Kyle Drake's arrival at the club makes Teague rethink his favorable stance on one-night stands. From the very first touch, Teague can't get enough of Kyle. Their weekly trysts give Teague a reason to anticipate the future--until Kyle unexpectedly disappears. A visit from an old friend thrusts Teague's life under a microscope and endangers everything he holds dear. Allegiances are tested, and the lines of friendship blur in a race to stop an inhuman killer. Kyle's fate hinges on Teague's ability to untangle the intricate web of secrets and lies before it's too late. [Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: Anal play/intercourse, male/male sexual practices.]
Publish date: June 17th 2008
Publisher: Loose Id
Pages no: 113
Edition language: English
, Adult Fiction
, Paranormal Romance
, M M Romance
Series: Daywalkers (#1)
3.5 stars. I liked this story, but it took a while to really get into what was going on. I really liked Kyle, but felt he deserved more than what Teague was giving him. I was really hoping he had seen the light, but then other things happened, and the story took a turn. There were some annoying ...
I think that the book had potential. I liked the characters and thought that the world of the Daywalkers and Nightfeeders was good and interesting, but something unfortunately seemed missing. Parts of the book seemed rushed and didn't fully develop for me. The story intrigued me enough to read th...
I think, this is for the first time after reading so many M/M books where I think the paranormal world turns to be interesting as a separate world, much like the M/F paranormal romance/urban fantasy. Here, Ms. Young creates the world of Daywalkers (pure breed) and Nightfeeders (or known as Vampires,...
4.5 stars, but I bumped it to 5 because I don't think this book is getting the attention it deserves. Why was I the first to add this to the Best Gay Vampires listopia?!My only complaint about this book is that it wasn't longer. This is the kind of great m/m e-book with good characters, good mytholo...