[Siren Classic ManLove: Erotic Alternative Fantasy Romance, M/M] Take him from Heaven's Seat. Bring him to me. We will protect his sacred head. Stryver Zorti's mission appears simple. Kidnap the Godchild and deliver him to his master. But with the first meeting of the holy man's azure gaze, desire surges in him to strip bare the God and touch the man within. Worshiped all his life, the Godchild is shocked by the stranger who dares lay hands on him, even if it is to save him from assassins. With a different name given by his new ally, Blue is freed from the constraints of the holy order for the first time. He revels in the extraordinary experiences opening to him, then in the passion that sparks between him and the hard-edged, oddly gentle Stryver. But a god does not love, and if discovered, their precarious utopia will shatter, destroying any chance for a future together--that is, if the assassins don't kill them first. ** A Siren Erotic Romance
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Blue Heaven based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Stryver, a young mercenary, has been sent by his master to rescue the equally young Godchild whose mortal life is in danger, however Stryver is unprepared for the consequences of his mission. His first problem is that he falls in love with this god made human, then he begins to doubt as to where the real threat to his loved one comes, and to cap it all why does he have to fall in love with a god (renamed Blue by Stryver) who has come to the earth for the purpose of ruling, surely they can never make a life together?Set in a time of walled cities, of knights with swords, and when immortal gods live on earth in human form but can exercise supernatural powers, Blue Heaven is a love story combined with intrigue, betrayal and a few tense moments. There are also a few mildly erotic scenes starting with Stryver's initiation of the pure and innocent Blue into the meaning of 'passion' and their subsequent intimacies. It is a well written and positive story, although at times a little frustrating with the constant repetition of the question 'will they won't they always be together?' But the the two main characters are appealing, the big, strong, dark and muscular Stryver, and the small, very pale, slender Blue with his head of very long white hair; and their growing relationship is charming and often touched with humour.