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    Good paranormal gay romance

    I would rate this 3.25 stars Historically enemies, there is now a peace treaty between vampires and shifters. As vampires push to announce their existence to humans in the face of technological advances in order to control the PR, many shifters disagree, threatening the peace. The real problem is that it's just an armistice: there is no integration or friendship. Sinclair, a living vampire, has been accepted at a shifter college for graduate study, which is an historic opportunity. His father, who presides over the Vampire Council, is worried about his safety. He might be right as Sinclair is met with hostility and suspicion. The POV then switches to Mitchel, the Alpha on campus, whose uncle Marcus runs the Werewolf Council. Mitchel's parents where killed by vampires, so he has no love of their kind. As Sinclair and Mitchel actually get to know each other, they become friends while they try to help maintain peace between their species. Others struggle to accept a world where vampire and werewolf date and humans know of their existence. Each chapter is started by a news report updating the reader about the issues and fears in the supernatural community. I thought it was a little gimmicky. This is firmly in the new adult genre even though Mitchel is older. It has an enemies to lovers, slow burn vibe--fun, flirty, a little juvenile--at the beginning. Then, all of the sudden, their relationship is serious with sexy times and a violent, action packed plotline. The vampires are ruthless and bloodthirsty when threatened, while the wolves come off as more squeamish and less prepared for violence. Other supernatural species are mentioned in passing, but not focused on so they have no face. It was great to see Erika as a strong female Alpha wolf who takes charge in the crisis, yet none of the secondary characters are very detailed. This story is enjoyable even though it doesn't break any new ground in this subgenre. The cover art by Natasha Snow works well with the titles to convey much of the story.
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    A supernatural love story

    Vampires and werewolves are enemies, yet at the moment they live in peace after the Great War had killed many of them. But that doesn't mean that vampires and werewolves still don't hate each other. This doesn't stop Living vampire Sinclair from applying to a werewolf college to study supernatural history, as they are the only ones teaching that particular subject. Sinclair is forced to live in student accomodation filled with nothing but a pack of young werewolves who hate his guts as soon as he walks through the door. What Sinclair didn't expect was how incredibly handsome the Alpha of the pack, Mitchell, was. Mitchell is not very welcoming to Sinclair because of him being a vampire. Sinclair needs to find a way to befriend the wolves or his stay at the college will be most miserable. In the meantime the supernatural is fighting to stay at peace with each other after a few disturbing altercations happen, all the while keeping the supernatural world hidden from humans. Sinclair's and Mitchell's relationship soon turns into that of great love for each other. When Sinclair gets kidnapped, Mitchell will do whatever he can to save his love. When I read the synopsis of this book I was very much intriqued. My love for fantasy and a LGBTQIA+ romance all wrapped up in a lovely novel about friendship, family and love. I really am a sucker for a good gay romance story and I usually find them better then the traditional man/woman romances we read so much about. Don't get me wrong, I like both romances but with men on men romances it always hits me harder. I care about the characters more and I truly can feel their love through the pages and this story was no different. However, what I didn't like so much about this novel is the insta-love that was very present in this book. Although the tags of the book says this is a slow burn, I don't agree with that. To me, the 'from enemies to lovers' bit happened very fast. They were barely enemies besides the fact that they were different species. They didn't really have any fights or even arguments, they mainly had a few glares and then all of a sudden they were friends. This didn't bother me too much as I generally don't mind insta-love but even for me this was way too fast. What also disappointed me was that the kidnapping was also very fast and the rescue mission was very disappointing to me. I wanted to see more badassness from both the vampires and the werewolves, as they are so beautifully described as these powerful creatures. But I really loved this book. So much so that I couldn't put it down for very long. This was an excellent read and I look forward to reading more about the sweetest ever vampire, Sinclair and his strong and sexy Alpha.
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    Forbidden Bond

    When Sinclair decides to go to college he picks Borson. No bid deal right? Problem is it’s a college run by Werewolves and he’s a vampire! A living vampire at that which means he has gone through the change. Sinclair wins the right to go, were he meets Mitchell! Did I mention they were gay! When Sinclair is kidnapped it’s up to Mitchell to rescue him!
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