Series: A Paranormal’s Love, Book #5
Author: Charlie Richards
Length: Novella (126 Pages)
Publisher: Extasy Books (December 1st, 2013)
Heat Level: Low
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥3.5 to 4 Hearts
Blurb: Into the paranormal world: Sometimes giving in to temptation can lead to unexpected rewards.
Martin Marty Beakman finds himself entranced by a bearded, cloaked stranger in a coffee shop, Raymond. Although he feels like a stalker, he returns again and again until he eventually figures out a pattern. When Marty is confronted by his brother Matthew regarding his actions, he admits his attraction to someone he’s never even spoken to. After his brother encourages him to change that, Marty follows Raymond in an attempt to do just that. Instead, he sees something almost unbelievable…Raymond removes his cloak, spreads wings, and flies into the night. When Raymond, out of the blue, contacts Marty online, will he give in to his desire to learn more about the guy? Or, will the strange sight the evening before keep him from seizing the opportunity?
Product Link: http://www.extasybooks.com/removing-the-gargoyle-s-mask/
Review: Marty is a human who is attracted to Raymond, even after following him one evening and finding out he wasn’t human.
Once again, Charlie Richard’s has written a book that I knew I would love to have in my library. It is a magical story told in such a way that makes it beautiful and enticing to a reader. I have always loved romance stories and paranormal romance even more. This book has the perfect plot, with love, danger, excitement, and wonder.
Marty is tender and very loving, even though when he is in one of his mood of grumpiness. Raymond is charming, caring with a heart of gold, but he is also scared of his mates reaction to him being a gargoyle. The sex between them is just like them tender and so full of desire and heart. The danger placed on his mate, has Raymond scared, and wants to protect him with everything in him.
When you start to read this story, you will fall in love with Marty and Raymond right off the bat. Raymond comes off really shy and you can’t help wanting to route for him right off from the start. It was well written, with a little twist to the ending as far as their mating goes. I enjoyed this book as well as the whole series and I love having it in my library for future reading.
It is a little shorter than I would have liked and wished it did have a bit more to it, but I loved it all the same.