Circle of Darkness by Aimee Nicole Walker and Nicholas Bella

Title: Circle of Darkness

Series: Genesis circle 01

Author: Aimee Nicole Walker & Nicholas bella

Genre: Demons & Devils, Psychics, Science Fiction & Fantasy

Length: Novel (291)

Publisher: Chasing Rainbows Press LLC (November 13, 2017)

Heat Level: Moderate

Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥ 3.75 Hearts

Blurb: There isn’t a monster D’Angelo Kumar can’t destroy or a crisis he can’t manage until he meets Angel Bai. The insane attraction he feels toward the sexy waiter is unwelcome because D’Angelo doesn’t have room in his life for relationships. A solitary path is the only option for a man like him, but fighting his growing feelings for Angel may be the first battle he can’t win.

Angel’s abilities extend beyond memorizing the menu at D’Angelo’s favorite Italian restaurant, but he knows better than to trust anyone with his secret. When a vision reveals that D’Angelo’s life is in danger, he will risk everything to save him. The only thing scarier than monsters and demons to Angel is never knowing D’Angelo’s touch.

To say the demon hunter is reluctant to form a partnership with the psychic is putting it mildly, but D’Angelo needs every advantage he can get when the world’s very existence is threatened. As darkness looms nearer, D’Angelo and Angel’s unexplainable connection grows stronger. For a chance at happiness, the two men will need to call upon unlikely allies for an epic showdown between good and evil.

Sexy, witty, and action-packed, Circle of Darkness is the first book in the Genesis Circle paranormal romance series by Nicholas Bella and Aimee Nicole Walker. This book contains sexually explicit material and is intended for adults 18 and older.


Product Link: Amazon US | Amazon UK

Reviewer: Shorty

Review: I have not read a book by either author but have heard a lot of good things about their books. When I saw this book I asked to review it.

D’Angelo is a badass hunter. He was brash and arrogant. He knew he was sexy and intimidating and it showed. Angel, Ansel as D’Angelo likes to call him, seemed a little too in awe at times.

While I liked the idea of the story about how two men from an institute that specialises in training hunters to hunt down evil beings and these two men leaving and starting their own business due to the institute wanting them to procreate with women when they are gay I did not care for being told constantly about said institute and rules. Believe me I understood the first two times. As a result of this I was continuously pulled out of the story.

I am hoping because this was the beginning of a series that in future books the repetition of different aspects will no longer be an issue. I was also hoping for more actual action scenes seeing as how they are a group of hunters.

Overall it was an interesting beginning.

Post Author: Shorty

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