Tarvyn is a
demon that uses seduction to help souls transition from this
life unto the next. And Tarvyn is very good at what he does.
However, this time his boss is sending him onto a battlefield,
where his talents wonít serve him well. Tarvyn is at a loss
on how to help these dying men, he will do his best but this
time his wit wonít protect Tarvyn from the pain and suffering
around him. When Tarvyn meets Captain Bailey on the edge of
the battlefield it changes Tarcynís feelings about this
Bailey is weary and brokenhearted by the war they are
fighting; it seems that all he does is watch his men die.
However, he knows his duty and he will do it regardless of the
cost to himself. After the tour of the field looking for
survivors, Bailey goes into the forest to let out all the
anger, frustration and grief over the loss of life. After
pulling himself together Bailey comes across a boy that seems
out of place. The boy, Tarvyn, is charming in his innocence
and Bailey takes him under his wing. But when the other
soldiers in the camp decide to turn against Tarvyn, will
Bailey protect him or let the soldiers have their way?
Surviving Synn is a wonderful fantasy story
about love. Tarvyn is charming and funny and you canít help
but to like him from his very first words and Captain Bailey
is endearing is his vulnerability. Both characters will pull
at your heart strings. The eroticism between Tarvyn and
Bailey is hot, and I wish that there had been more encounters
between them. Surviving Synn is a good fantasy
read, great for a lazy day at the beach.