Title: Mirror of Obsession
Author: Harper Jewel
Genre: Paranormal / Contemporary
Length: Novella (73 pages)
Publisher: Excessica Publishing (May 20th 2015)
Heat Level: Explicit
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥ 3 ¾ Hearts
Blurb: When fifteen-year-old Devin Hughes created his phantom lover to help him keep his sexual identity a secret, he never imagined that Brice would materialize in the flesh ten years later.
Convinced that the mind-blowing encounters he had with his hunky specter were nothing more than fevered hallucinations, Dev attempts to push Brice to the back of his mind and concentrate on his rising career as an advertising executive.
With the help of his newest client, Englishman Matthew Lyons, CEO of Lyons Security, Devin is able to forget Brice once and for all. Sparks fly between Dev and Matt, and they speed full-throttle into a relationship.
During a month-long separation, Devin struggles with uncertainty and reverts to his “hurt them before they hurt you” attitude, forcing him to get a grip and make things right or lose Matt altogether.
When an obsessed Brice finds out about Devin’s new relationship, his rage reaches an all-time high. The two men have ruined all his plans, and he will stop at nothing to reach his goal: harvesting Devin’s soul.
Will Devin, with Matthew’s help, find a way to banish Brice forever, or will they both succumb to the satanic powers of a maniacal demon?
Warnings: This story contains male/male sex including one hard-core scene using BDSM toys (sounds) and one descriptive punishment scene between two males that may offend some.
Product Link: http://www.excessica.com/books/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=13&products_id=889
Review: What happens when a young man wants to be loved? He has a make believe lover or so Devin thinks. I liked the way this story was written and progressed. After Devin’s break up he meets Matt and thinks he has finally found the one. But his so called dream lover may not approve.
Intriguing book with paranormal and contemporary aspects all throughout. Brice seemed intent for his own gain with no concern for anyone else. I loved how well Matt and Devin seemed so well matched together.
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