TRILL TO ME SWEETLY by Charlie Richards

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TRILL TO ME SWEETLY by Charlie RichardsTrill To Me Sweetly by Charlie Richards
Series: A Paranormal's Love #1
Published by eXtasy Books Genres: Erotic, Gay, Paranormal
Reviewed by Lisa

A broken nose was the last straw as far as Bobby Truman is concerned.  His boyfriend Seth is sweet and caring when they’re alone, but when Seth’s friends are around things get too rough and Bobby always seems to get injured.  Breaking up with him is the only answer.

Helping a young gargoyle and his mate deliver their egg discreetly in the hospital Maelgwn, leader of a clutch in Durango, scented his own mate.  After centuries alone Maelgwn finally has a mate, even though it’s a human who has no idea of the paranormal world around him. 

The gargoyle chieftain has a difficult road ahead in order to mate with Bobby.  Explaining their world and asking him to move south to his clutch are only the start. Maelgwn also has to hope that Bobby isn’t afraid of him or mating a gargoyle.  If Maelgwn’s learned anything in all his years it’s patience.  He will convince Bobby one way or another how wonderful their lives will be.

Romance, treachery, drama, and more are packed within the pages of Trill to Me SweetlyA Paranormal’s Love series opens the human world to shifters, gargoyles, and vampires and proves that everyone can suffer or enjoy all the emotions – love, retribution, happiness, or sorrow.  Author Charlie Richards pens a compelling romantic tale with heart and soul, as well as giving readers a suspenseful, action packed story.  Trill to Me Sweetly satisfies every desire for a good book.

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