Denver by Flynn Eire

A1fG3Tz7paL._SL1500_Title: Denver
Series: The Enchanter, #1
Author: Flynn Eire
Genre: Paranormal
Length: Novella (140 pages)
Publisher: Supernatural Script Inc. (December 16, 2014)
Heat Level: Moderate
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥3Hearts
Blurb: What daft wanker stepped in it now? That’s the first thing that goes through Dorian Devil’s mind when his phone rings, and he puts his own life on hold to fix someone else’s screw-ups.

One call, that’s all anyone ever gets from this enchanter, and Dorian neither makes exceptions nor believes in enabling people not to protect themselves. In order to repair the situation, he must erase the client’s existence from everything. Friends, family, employment… Lovers. Heaven forbid any part of their life is complicated—Dorian doesn’t do complications.

Fledgling vampire, Seth Kohler, on the run in Denver, makes his one call to Dorian, unsure of what will happen to him once he raises the paranormal 9-1-1. Turning everything over to Dorian, Seth has to trust in the powers of the Enchanter. Seth, not knowing who or what is hunting him, latches on to Dorian as his personal life support.

Will Dorian be able to erase Seth’s existence from Denver or will someone keep on Seth’s trail before Dorian can safely get him to his new life?

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Reviewer: Shorty

Review: Dorian’s character is the type that really doesn’t like anyone and does his job and sends his clients on their way without becoming personally involved with them. Seth is a vampire in trouble who calls Dorian for help. Amid staying out of the hunters and the agency’s radar Seth teaches Dorian to loosen up a bit.

Interesting story with a lot of drama, a few action scenes with hunters trying to kill them and others. I really liked the whole story. Good read with some hot sex to add spice.
I did find something that concerned me about the book though. The book is total 159 pages in PDF format.

However, the actual story is only 114 pages long. There is a bio page, a publisher page and two lists of the authors books, which I understood. What confused me were all the excerpts for different books that take up about 40 something pages of the book. I felt that other readers and consumers should be informed of this, as I didn’t know myself at first.

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