[gay] Bite – Sean Michael

09 Feb

I’m going to start with one of the best writers I have found in a long time.

Bite is a delicious story about werewolves and kinky sex. Sean wrote a strong story about hunks, kinks and danger.

From the product description on Torquere Books:

Anton loves a well-prepared steak. That’s all he’s hoping for when he meets Greg, his new live-in chef. Flamboyant and confident, Greg attracts Anton immediately, and he finds himself wanting to know Greg better. Much better.
It’s not just a normal attraction for Anton. He’s an unusual man, with unusual desires, and Greg seems to be filling a place in Anton’s life that he’s never explored. Anton prefers to be a civilized man and not let his werewolf self run free, but it’s the wolf that wants to claim Greg for a mate.
Someone disapproves of Anton’s relationship with Greg. Someone close to Anton, someone inside his carefully controlled household. As he and Greg come closer and closer to mating for life, the danger gets nearer, forcing them to depend on each other to stay safe, and for Greg to stay sane.
Can Anton convince Greg that his wolf would never hurt him and keep Greg safe from the menace outside their relationship, too? Sexy, razor sharp and fast-paced, Bite will keep your heart racing!

 Before starting this book, I had read some of his short stories and I knew I was in for hot scenes and fast-paced plot line. But I didn’t imagine this. HOT!
The first couple of times it can be confusing when the narrator changes, constantly shifting between Anton and Greg, but soon you look forward to the next part from the other narrator.
Anton is strong, an Alpha male and insatiable for bloody red meat and his new chef.
Greg is headstrong and playful, loves to push his boss’ buttons among other things…

I read this book in 2 days, waiting for the next time I could squeeze in time to read this amazing story.
I’ll try to squeeze in the sequel Bitten soon.

Sean Michaels website
Bite on Torquere Books

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Posted by on February 9, 2011 in gay, reading, review


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