Monday, June 14, 2010

Mychael Black, Repretoire Cardiff

Title: Repertoire Cardiff

Author: Mychael Black

Rating: Four Siren Stones

Genre: Erotic Romance

Sub-Genre: Paranormal

Keywords: GLBT, Shape-Shifter

Page Count: 33

ISBN E-Book: 978-1-60659-985-3

Publisher: Phaze Books


Reviewer: Stacey Krug


A year ago, dragon shifter Vincent Sheridan and vampire prince
Devon Hart forged a union, putting an end to the war between shifters and
vampires. Although Devon has been forthcoming in his own past, Vincent has
remained silent on his own. Now a new menace has reared its ugly head.

A figure from Vincent's past is poised to claim Cardiff, Wales, as his
own--using his sorcery and otherworldly charisma to force the people to
follow him. Knowing he has no choice, Vincent realizes he must stop the
madness before it's too late. Doing so requires him to admit who he is and
to protect the people who once revered him.

It's going to take every resource he possesses--even those he fought hard
to forget.


Repertoire Cardiff is a fantastic short story. It has a little of everything. The story is set in the future, within a fantasy world, containing paranormal creatures. The main characters, Vincent and Devon, are a dragon and vampire, respectively.

Vincent and Devon have a steamy erotic romance going on. We don’t get to see the romance evolve because they have already been together for a few years. However, their love for each other is evident throughout the story and is heart-warming.

The story itself is very creative and imaginative. Since the story is short it is easily read in a sitting. The plot keeps moving, includes a few twists, and doesn’t let you down. Mychael Black did a great job fitting in romance, sex scenes, a fantasy world, fight scenes, and humor.

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