Cotton Candy Deceit by Tray Ellis

25547476Title: Cotton Candy Deceit
Series: A Circus Art, #1
Author: Tray Ellis
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Short Story (36 Pages)
Publisher: The Rooster & the Pig Publishing (May 15, 2015)
Heat Level: None
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥3 Hearts
Blurb: Jack Abbott has forbidden his son, Zeke, to attend the local circus. When Zeke goes against his wishes, Jack must rescue him from the clutches of a world he once escaped, but only at the cost of his lover, Jonas. Returning to the circus brings back nightmares, but Jack learns that Jonas is still alive.

Now an opportunity arises for Jack to rescue Jonas as well as Zeke, and to stop the dark dealer at the circus… forever.

ISBN: 978151193364

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Reviewer: Lisa

Review: After reading this I definitely don’t plan on going to the circus now. It was a creepy little story with a dark tone to it. I wasn’t really sure what to think about it.

Jack had always told his son Zeke to stay away from the circus, so you can guess what a teenage boy is going to do. Not listen to his father that is for sure. However the circus is not what he expected. He sensed the danger right off the bat and thanks to one of the circus people he wasn’t going to find out. Jonas and Jack find each other once more, when Jack runs to save his son.

I am glad that the guys find each other once more, but I got to tell you it was really strange that is for sure. I am not even sure if I liked it or not. However it is book one, so I suppose I will have to read the next book to get a better feel of it. You know once bitten, for me I am definitely not shy. The book just had a zest to it.

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