Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Fyn Alexander, Angel and the Assassin 2: Be Brave

Title: Angel and the Assassin 2: Be Brave

Author: Fyn Alexander

Rating: Siren's Best Book Stone

Genre: BDSM

Sub-Genre: LGBT, Romantic Suspense

Keywords: D/s, Assassins, BDSM Theme and Elements, M/M, Violence

Length: Novel Plus

ISBN E-Book: 978-1-60737-999-7

Price: $7.99

Publisher: Loose Id, LLC

Buy-Link: http://www.loose-id.com/Angel-and-the-Assassin-2-Be-Brave.aspx

Reviewer: Cia


MI6 assassin Kael Saunders was supposed to kill Angel Button after he witnessed a kill. Not only did Kael refuse to hurt Angel, but he took him home and fell in love with him. Living together now in a loving D/s relationship, Angel wants to follow in his daddy’s footsteps while Kael is determined to keep his boy out of the dangerous world of international assassins.

During an assignment Kael finds a little girl who is caught up in human trafficking and determines to rescue her. When he is taken prisoner Angel sets out to find his beloved Daddy and bring him home.

Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: strong BDSM theme and content, male/male sexual practices, violence.


Angel and the Assassin 2: Be Brave the continued story of Angel and Kael truly amazed me. I didn’t know there was more of their life coming, and that there was and it showed so much more growth both within Kael and within Angel was outstanding. Fyn Alexander outdid himself with this work. In this sequel we got to see a timid young boy grow and mature and come into his own under the loving yet patient hand of his master.

There are so many great things to remark on that I’m having a hard time voicing them. What I do want to say is…seeing a deeper side of Kael, an emotional side and peeling apart the layers into his entire self, it made my heart melt. I think that the two diverse males with polar opposite personalities continued to grow in love and support each other. You didn’t just see a boy with his daddy, you saw a perfect match transcending level of intimacy and trust that’s hard to find but worth the work it takes to have.

I’m going to have to put this on the keeper shelf with the first installment.

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