Series: Highland Vampires
Author: J.P. Bowie
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Length: Novel (147 pages)
Publisher: MLR Press (March 21st, 2013)
Heat Level: Explicit
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥4Hearts
Blurb: The world is about to be taken over by an ancient race bent on the destruction of all human life—only supernatural beings will be spared. Aeden and Lyall MacKay, vampire brothers, living in a world that now accepts vampires exist, find themselves leading the challenge to the Ancient’s mad scheme. When the small town of Aberglen, Scotland, is threatened by marauding winged creatures, police inspector Alistair MacFarlane is more than keen to enlist the MacKay brothers’ help. Alistair has been in love with Aeden ever since their first meeting, but Aeden, despite his attraction to Alistair, is reluctant to take a mortal lover. Their lives are inescapably entwined when the threat of worldwide destruction becomes imminent and humans and vampires must fight alongside each other to overcome the Ancients’ devastating Doomsday machine. Despite the danger that surrounds them, new relationships based on love and trust are forged. But is the combined force of mortal and immortal enough to defeat the seemingly unstoppable power of the Ancients and their bloodthirsty allies?
Product Link: http://www.mlrbooks.com/ShowBook.php?book=JPB_HVVN
Review: BDB and True Blood fans rejoice! In a reality where vampire’s are accepted, brothers Aeden and Lyall MacKay are fighting an ancient evil that is hell-bent on destroying mankind. I really loved the storyline between these two. I don’t think I’ve ever read gay vampire brothers before. They are fierce fighters that are fiercely loyal to each other and their fellow brothers in arms as well as their mortal lovers.
Alistair MacFarlane is the policeman that is head over heels in love with Aeden. When all hell breaks loose he is more than willing to accept the brothers help in the investigation and ultimately the fight between the vampires and humans against the ancients. Aeden is not quite as open about his feelings for the enigmatic cop, he fights the mutual attraction.
When Aberglen is brutally attacked and Alistair is almost killed, will Aeden finally admit how he feels? Or will his reluctance to make the mortal man his, prove stronger than what he feels in his heart.
There is a little bit of everything in this book. Love, lust, action, suspense and some HOT as HELL guy on guy action! I was screaming at my kindle when I got to the end. I don’t know how long I have to wait for a sequel, but I hope it’s not very long. Bowie definitely leaves you wanting more, wanting to know what will happen next for Aeden and Alistair.