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Call Me Yours (Gay Paranormal Fantasy Romance)

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  • Posted July 21, 2013

    Call Me Yours was a fun-loving story of fae-warrior, turned moto

    Call Me Yours was a fun-loving story of fae-warrior, turned motorcycle shop owner Mitchell and human antique shop owner Clover. Both men worked across the street from each other and Mitchell has been pining for Clover for two years since their first encounter and the discovery Clover was his fated mate.




    Following an accident, Mitchell is forced to begin the mating process in order to save Clover thus propelling him into the life as a mated fae complete with pointy ears.




    The tale by Celia Kyle was wistful and lite, and left a smile on my face. The banter between Mitchell and Clover was refreshing. Ms. Kyle brought humility and humor to each of the main characters. The chemistry and synergy was evident by the desire of each man to satisfy and protect each other. Even in the face of the unknown, Ms. Kyle found hilarity in the dialogue, especially by Clover.




    The inner-monologues added substance and wit to Clover’s characterization as he strategized and laid out his feelings, all the while not realizing that Mitchell could sense them as well- bringing delightful shades of red to Clover’s face.




    The drama was not over the top as the story was meant to be sweet and loving and Celia Kyle hit the mark. There was something sexy about a grown man with pointy ears who giggled.

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  • Posted July 16, 2013

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    I was provided a copy of this book from the author in exchange f

    I was provided a copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.

    Celia does a great job with this book.  While you read, you tend to forget that they’re two males – you just see them as two people who are into each other.  There was one scene where our author had Clover giggle.  I’ve never heard a man giggle before but Celia has left me wanting to hear the sound.  This is when I wish the book had audio.

    Celia could have done like other authors and put in lots of sex (because isn’t that what people assume a M/M book is about) but she didn’t do as expected.  The love story is what’s important and the sex is put in right where it belongs.  She also writes so that gender seems to be an afterthought.  You’ll love the scene where Clover meets Mitchell’s mother and brother – just sayin’.

    Our author also includes just the right amount of fantasy/paranormal.  Language is graphic but don’t let that bother you – after all it’s told from a man’s perspective.  If you’ve never read any of her work before, this will leave you wanting to read more.  

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  • Posted June 24, 2013

    Mitchell Faerigan is a fae running a bike shop in the human real

    Mitchell Faerigan is a fae running a bike shop in the human realm. The last two years he has ogled antique shop owner Clover Brady. Knowing Clover is his true mate doesn't help much when Clover keeps running away.

    I liked the characters in the story. Mitchell is a big, strong, and very sexy fae. He is patient in his attempt to win Clover until Clover's life is in danger. In the beginning of the story Clover seems like a skittish deer, he keeps to himself, as he admires Mitchell from afar. It was nice to see Clover is not as timid as he seems. The somewhat elusive human actually has a sense of humor and a very passionate side.

    Kyle wrote a really sweet love story that had moments of humor, but mostly longing and passion. She also adds a nice dose of spice to this short read. My only problem was it felt a little rushed.
    This book is a m/m erotic story with an added paranormal fantasy twist. Fans of the genre will find it to be an entertaining short read. As for me, I would definitely read more of Kyle's works.

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