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Kyle's Return [Phoenix Rising 2] (Siren Publishing Classic ManLove) Kindle Edition
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- ASIN : B006Z9SMDC
- Publisher : Siren Publishing (18 January 2012)
- Language : English
- File size : 317 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 122 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 605,952 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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This one is the same type of story as every other paranormal story, but it is even mediocre at that. Guy dies (pretty much like in the first story). Meets the cop guy from the 1st story and for some inexplicable reason they are both attracted. Despite people trying to kill the guy Kyle, he is focused sexually on the cop who saved him. The attraction is just that simply stated. It doesn't even have the whole fallback that werewolf stories have of 'smelling' a mate. This just is. Is there something about Phoenix mating? Is there something interesting about either character that attracts the other? The author does not explain. She does begin to say the cop guy likes how Kyle smells, though he's been dead, in the morgue and on the run. Yuck!
They just fall into it. They are having sex (Kyle's a virgin, of course) within hours. They are in love within days. Same ole same ole.
Then, there is the suddenly new and secret society of men who help them and are supposed to safeguard the new Phoenix. Why are they so late? I mean if the cop and the bad guys could find the Phoenix, why didn't the so called guardians. It just seemed like the guardians were added in so that there could be another story. Of course, there are more Phoenixes. The guy Kyle remembers them and the bad guy . . . he was a baby but he remembers that clearly. Eye rolling implausible since that is really ALL he remembers.
And to make it more ridiculous, they just happen to decide to go to New Orleans and just happen upon the other Phoenix from the first story.
Peculiarly, the bad guy knew where these 2 Phoenixes were. Seems as if perhaps he should have kept them with him.
Overall, good concept but poorly executed. Huge holes in the telling. New characters and guys are clearly introduced for no reason than to have another story. What I liked about the first story is missing. There is no reason to like the new Phoenix or even the cop. We don't really learn anything about them, except they like to curse and the cop is a good cop though criminals owe him lots of favors.
I wish I had not read this one. I enjoyed the first one. This one was mediocre at best. I almost wish a better author had thought of this concept and really fleshed it out.