Walking at Sundown by L. Shannon
Anomítan Series, Book 3
Cobblestone Press
Paranormal / BDSM
ISBN: 978-1-60088-228-9
Reviewed by Nikita Steele

   

 

Rumor had it that a vampire by the name of Dante was the key to Spyce and Mayce, two Synn demons, finding their missing friend, Flayvor.  As it turned out, Dante was something very important to them, just not what Spyce and Mayce had envisioned.  Dante was the absent sparkle to their great love affair.  You see, both Spyce and Mayce were dominants and because their love for each other was vastly strong and utterly unbreakable, they needed a special submissive to complete their relationship.  They instantly knew that Dante was the one!  Now, all the couple had to do was to convince Dante of it; which proved to be a very difficult task because Dante was suicidal.  Will Mayce and Spyce be able to persuade Dante that life was worth living, especially now that they had found one another?

Wow!  Author L. Shannon has crafted a spectacular novel in Walking at Sundown.  My emotions were on a constant high and my body screamed with intense desire from beginning to end.  I found myself quickly turning one page after another, always eager to learn what would happen next.  My heart went out to Dante as he struggled with the urge to end his life mainly because his submissive nature had been used painfully against him and his sister.  It was a delight to see how both Mayce and Spyce care deeply for Dante and their willingness to exemplify great compassion and worthiness in order to prove to Dante that his submissiveness was not displeasure. Instead, as their third, it would be an enjoyable, powerful compulsion that they were willing to nourish for an eternity.  Their sexual encounters, whether as a twosome or as a threesome, were wickedly naughty, yet sweetly affectionate at the same time.  Readers, you will not want to miss out on this wonderfully written, fantastic story.

Note: Walking at Sundown does contain BDSM sexual foreplay and male-male-female sex.

     

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