Here's an original series that you will enjoy checking out. There are three books in the series, but the third hasn't been released yet. So happy for author, Tyler Watkins. He's representing Good against Evil and the careful development of a same sex relationships. Peep the reviews below!
In book one of the series, Wesley is a loner, looking for nothing but a comfortable existence . He's a bit stand-offish but that's just his nature. It's not until his graduation day that things turn out to be anything but comfortable.
His life has been rearranged and not in a very positive way... or is it? He's discovered his family, even himself is what's called a Luptator. They defend people on earth from demons that seek to harm humanity. They work alongside demons and have powers that allow them to transport to particular places and protection but when the threat comes from someone close to him, he's unsure how to fight it out. Thankfully, he's not alone! The fate of the world is in their hands and Wesley has to grow into himself and his powers in order to save those he loves, New York, the world!
I have to admit, this is an original story. It's a cool concept and though the characters were linked to demons, they were heroes! What was difficult in the beginning was the emotional continuity. Wesley didn't seem to flow as I felt he should have. I kept finding myself upset with him as he questioned some things that didn't matter, then would be nonchalant the next about the issues he should've been trying to figure out! Relationships were deep, nearly on first meeting and serious flirting when his parents were still in mortal danger! Wha?
but I have to admit, the action was big- huge! When Stelchi said he was about to bring the pain- He brought it! He took the entire city into his hands and brought the er'body and they momma! lol The city was truly in jeopardy! I can't say much more because then I'd be giving away SPOILERS and you know how I feel about that! You have to read it and see.
It's a good, first book for Watkins and I'm ready to jump into the second book. I'm really looking for in Wesley is a stronger sense of maturity when it comes to his responsiilies- not just Milo. I want to see him find the opposition and dive in with greater through process and inner strength. He seemed to be stuck in a state of disbelief and emotions that didn't always fit his surroundings. He took a while to stand up and get going, but I'm something big is going to happen in book two to change everything.📚
Ratings: 👓👓👓3/4 out of 5 specs
In book two, Klyborne's Revenge, Wesley and Milo's story begins with a Halloween Party the world isn't ready for. After saving everyone's butts- and the world, the Luptators and Daemon Angelum. From the everyday citizen of the US to the federal government- no one wants to see a demon fighter, let alone a demon! Ingratitude at it's best!
This book also did something I didn't get to see in the first. Wesley got to get loose and be himself. He's gay and though there was love in the first book, he wasn't able to be himself. I thought the making-over of dorky Greg was very funny. I could see Wesley and Milo speaking in sync with their responses Greg going from nerd to hottie! When Wesley came out a bit more, it sorta slowed down the story. It was a nice addition but slightly hindered the ultimate plan. Klyborne's plan.
Through a few strange events and Greg's trail of dragon clues, they find out what Klyborne's up to eventually go toe to toe concerning Wesley's fate. It's a story of decisions and survival. A good read and I enjoyed it very much.
Ratings: 👓👓👓👓out of 5 specs
Rating: 👓👓👓👓/5 specs
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**Book was provided by author, Tyler Watkins, for an honest review.
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