5 Stars for Monster Hunters: Gay Paranormal Fantasy Erotica by Sam Knight

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Title: Monster Hunters: Gay Paranormal Fantasy Erotica
Author Name & Publisher: Sam Knight
Publication Date & Length: November 5, 2015 – 61 pgs

Synopsis

Vampires, werewolves, and creatures stranger still are the true apex predators, and have preyed on mankind since the dawn of time. The Inquisition is the only institution which stands against them, and its Inquisitors– psychics, telepaths, empaths, and other humans blessed with paranormal gifts– are the knights and agents it sends out in pairs to combat the creatures which slay their kind.

Tor and Deacon are one such pair, longtime gay lovers and monster hunters for the Inquisition. And together, they’ll have to face demons both internal and external: secrets from the past which have haunted their relationship for years.

*Please note: Monster Hunters is a short story and dark romance of just over 15,000 words and contains very explicit romantic situations occurring between consenting adults. It is intended for a mature (18+) audience. Reader discretion is advised; but reader pleasure is encouraged.

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FiveStars

Tor and Deacon are partners who fight paranormal creatures together and they are also lovers too.

Just have to say this is a very short story so I can not go too much into what happens in this book without giving away spoilers but I will say this book was so damn hot!!! The steam between these two men was off the charts hot and I loved them together.

I loved the way this author wrote this story and these characters and I really did not want this novella too end. I just wanted to keep reading more about Tor and Deacon because this story was just so awesome it grabbed me from the start and I could not stop reading until the end.

So I will leave this review with I 100% loved this story and would definitely recommend this book!

Kara

 

AuthorBio

A Colorado native, Sam Knight spent ten years in California’s wine country before returning to the Rockies. When asked if he misses California, he gets a wistful look in his eyes and replies he misses the green mountains in the winter, but he is glad to be back home.
As well as being part of the WordFire Press Production Team, he is the Senior Editor for Villainous Press and author of four children’s books, three short story collections, two novels, and more than a dozen short stories, including a Kindle Worlds Novella co-authored with Kevin J. Anderson.
A stay-at-home father, Sam attempts to be a full-time writer, but there are only so many hours left in a day after kids. Once upon a time, he was known to quote books the way some people quote movies, but now he claims having a family has made him forgetful, as a survival adaptation. He can be found at SamKnight.com and contacted at Sam@samknight.com

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