Incubus by Amanda Meuwissen


Title: The Incubus Saga, Part 1: Incubus
Author: Amanda Meuwissen
Publisher: Big World Network
Pages: 186
Characters: Nathan, Sasha
Sub-Genre: Fantasy
Kisses: 5




Blurb:

Nathan only ever wanted a normal life, but for him, life, family, and love are anything but normal. On the other side of the Veil, dark and light fae exist outside the knowledge of most humans. Nathan Grier was born human, but his twin brother Jim is a changeling. On the run since they were children, time for both of them is running out. Turning to fae hunter Sasha Kelly for help, Nathan must soon face his growing feelings for the other man while trying to save himself and his brother from a fate worse than death.

Review:

When I started Incubus by Amanda Meuwissen, I immediately became hooked from the first chapter. The author did a wonderful job with both the characters and the story line. It was definitely a page-turner.

Nathan is just a guy trying to save his brother, but from what he is not entirely sure. He is such a sweet, loving guy and I couldn’t help but love and root for him from the beginning!

When his brother Jim get taken by the dark fae all of Nathan’s worst nightmares come to life. Like any brother Nathan does everything he can to get Jim back, but in the process he gets marked by the dark fae to become enslaved by the one that had Jim, but now with Jim back with him, Nathan feels they can get through anything together. When they go to meet a friend of theirs to help get the fae’s mark off of Nathan, he leads them to Sasha.

Sasha is a seal, the very thing that Nathan and Jim have been running from since they were kids. But he is also sweet, kind and very skilled in the fae world. He is also an Incubus, and kind of a sex vampire. Sasha feeds off on the passion of the person he is with, so this brings a whole new problem into the mix, because the more the brothers are around Sasha the more Nathan realizes he has feelings for the incubus.

I loved this book and I cannot wait for part two to come out. I felt like I knew these guys, and that is one reason why I loved this book.

Reviewed By: Jerry

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