During the rise of Nazi Germany, Hagen Messer joins the Royal Air Force as an American soldier who specializes in tracking. He’s attached to British commandos and given a seemingly simple mission—to find a captive and destroy a dam—but everything goes awry. Hagen’s plane crashes into Germany’s Wehr Forest and he has to use his extrasensory abilities to track the captive to nearby Wehr Wolff Castle, a secret Nazi base where vile experiments are being conducted.
Hagen and his surviving team members must sneak into the castle and devise a way to destroy the experimental labs creating diabolical creatures. Hagen is horrified to find Nazis and scientists with no scruples, and at the most inconvenient time, he learns that he may be in love with one of his teammates, an Irishman named Liam. In order to protect his love and his friends, Hagen must feign nonchalance amidst pure degeneracy and suspicion. Hagen soon discovers, though, that he is in over his head.
What may not only redeem him, but also save his lover and friends, is a childhood past and a darkness lurking deep inside him, just waiting to be engaged.
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About the Author
Bryce is a psychologist, gay author, and the founder of Queer Sense Theory. Not sure what he wanted to do in life, Bryce spent his 20s exploring different jobs and landed one job in Bangkok, Thailand, which has yet to be topped. Deciding it was time to get a career, Bryce completed his doctorate degree in psychology at the University of Houston. Upon graduation he worked for the Department of Veteran Affairs for six years before becoming a contract psychologist who provides examinations to veterans, helping them get their disability and pension entitlements. Bryce writes popular fiction genres that fall in the areas of Sci-Fi, Horror, Fantasy, Thriller, Supernatural, Suspense or a blend all of them, and he has a passion for gay fiction. He has self-published several gay fiction short stories and a novel that follow the character, Daemon the Demon Boy. He also published YA Post-Apocalyptic novels, Amen to Rot series as well as The Zombie Squad. The Zombie Squad was a finalist for the 2016 Readers Favorite in YA Horror. Rotville is a self-published Sci-Fi Thriller/ Horror that has been self-published was a finalist for the 2016 US Book News Contest. He is also the founder of Queer Sense theory which provides a theoretical model on how people form attitudes towards LGBTQ+ individuals and shape one’s gender and sexual orientation identity. The theory looks closely at the interaction between social models, language, and attachment, or human connections, affect one’s feelings and thereby influence attitudes. Queer Sense is currently under review by a literary agency and will hopefully be published soon. A new middle-grade werewolf book as well as a gay erotic urban fantasy book are in the pre-publishing phase. Wehr Wolff Castle is the first installment of The Wehr Wolff Chronicles.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Divine Zape for Readers' Favorite Wehr Wolff Castle by B Bentley Summers is a terrific read and a great entry in the Wehr Wolff Chronicles, set against a powerful historical background with the rise of Nazi Germany. Hagen Messer is an American soldier who specializes in tracking, working with the Air Force while linked to the British commandos. When tasked with tracking a captive and destroying a dam, he thinks it is going to be an easy job. But everything changes when his plane crashes and he tracks the captive to a place he least expected in the Wehr forest. He and his team locate a German lab in a castle where deadly experiments are taking place, producing the vilest of creatures. Now begins a tale of adventure in which Hagen will confront his own darkness as he tries to destroy the experimental labs and protect his friends. Can they make it out without being killed? The story is beautifully told and the author builds on one of the nefarious aspects of Nazism while exploring a tale of adventure and love. The characters are well imagined and created to feel as real as they can possibly be. Hagen is a great character, a 3-dimensional character with unusual skills, but his development in the story and how the layers of his personality come out is awesome. I enjoyed B Bentley Summers’s prose and the author’s ability to create vivid images of the setting and absorbing scenes. This is an ingeniously plotted story that takes readers into the psychology of the Nazis and explores a historical period where a menacing evil threatened humanity. Wehr Wolff Castle is a great read, engrossing and gripping.