To Serve and Protect [Sexy Men of Mystery 1] (Siren Publishing Everlasting Classic ManLove)by Jessica Frost
[Siren Everlasting Classic ManLove: Erotic Alternative Paranormal Romance, M/M, vampires, light consensual BDSM, whipping, HEA] When Detective Jacob Brown arrives at the scene of a massacre, he sees a mysterious man escaping. One victim’s still alive. It’s Vincent Brewster, Jacob’s ex-lover who dumped him months ago, breaking his heart and then disappearing. Later at the hospital, when Vincent sees the handsome detective, he thinks it’s love at first sight. Although Vincent can’t remember who he is, he’s sexually attracted to Jacob. While Vincent wants to get closer to him, Jacob wants to run away. But the killer’s still loose. Jacob must protect Vincent and help him get his memory back. This means he has to remind him of their past, including the bondage sex they enjoyed. He vows to do whatever it takes to get Vincent to remember. When his and Vincent’s feelings of love resurface, it’s hard to resist Vincent’s seduction. What they don’t know is Vincent and the serial killer now have a connection—a supernatural one. And the killer’s coming for him. Can Jacob protect Vincent and help him get his memory back before the killer finds him? ** A Siren Erotic Romance
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The paranormal world blurs the lines between reality and dreams in this dark and brooding story reuniting lost loves. Jacob is still trying to recover from the broken heart dealt to him courtesy of Vincent when the cop is forced into keeping him safe after he witnessed a crime. Making this situation even more dangerous is that Vincent's memory is gone except for occasional flashes that show a completely different kind of man, one the reader will be surprised to discover. Jacob still loves Vincent but doesn't want to get hurt again though the only way to help Vincent get his memory back is through reliving their romance which leads to some vivid and hot BDSM scenes. The killer has a surprising connection to Vincent which complicates the story further and made this part of the story engaging with its sense of mystery and the electric connection between the protagonists. The part of the story revolving around the hunt for the killer was a bit disappointing however with big holes in believability. There's a traitor amongst them whose identity is obvious and yet the characters keep standing beside him. This frustrated me and ruined the positive momentum that had thus far carried the story. Overall, I found Vincent and Jacob and their sensual connection engaging. The sense of mystery, with a twist of paranormal, in this dark and gritty world kept me further engrossed in the story along with the truth of Vincent's past and made for a good start to what promises to be a unique series. 3.75 STARS!