THERON’S BOYS by Kiernan Kelly
Theron’s Boys by Kiernan Kelly
Reviewed by Lisa
Bartender Christian Wolfe becomes a pawn for Theron Shade when the young man doesn’t ask the right questions at a pivotal moment. Admitting that he was gullible and stupid however doesn’t change anything. Too late Christian learns of the drawbacks his new life entails and the price. At least now he has forever to correct his mistake.
Theron’s Boys wanders on a dark, dangerous path without the promise of redemption for a naïve young man. Christian bares his soul and his many mistakes and then touches hell before he glimpses the hope of freedom. A barely noticed romance isn’t as important as the twist at the end that makes Theron’s Boys cheer.