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REVIEW: Love Never Dies – Pelaam

Love Never Dies - Pelaam

Genre: Paranormal, Erotic

LGBTQ+ Category: MM Gay

Reviewer: Melissa, Paranormal Romance Guild

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About The Book

Brother and sister team Midnight and Aurora Pendragon have a successful airship business taking clients on trips to be photographed with their pet pterodactyl. The last thing they expect is to have one such trip hijacked by the dashing adventurer Voltaire Crevin and his right-hand man Trevilian Hawke.

While his sister and Voltaire repeatedly lock horns, Midnight finds himself increasingly drawn to Trevilian. Finally, Voltaire explains they are trying to prevent a weapon of mass destruction from falling into the hands of a ruthless, secret organization, the S.O.R.

With Midnight’s help, they take the airship down into an extinct volcano to find that not only does Atlantis still exist, but the weapon is in the hands of the few remaining Atlanteans. But if Voltaire had believed the S.O.R. were ruthless, it’s nothing compared to that of the Atlanteans who seek to return to the surface and rule the world using their ultimate weapon: The Leviathan.

Midnight’s feelings for Trevilian deepen as they seek a way to stop the Atlanteans and escape from Atlantis. Danger comes in many ways and takes many forms, each more deadly than the last. Can Midnight and Trevilian survive long enough to know whether love never dies?

The Review

Aurora Pendragon and her brother Midnight run an airship company, taking passengers to visit Midnight’s pet pterodactyl and having photographs taken with him and sitting in his nest. Today’s clients are an engaged couple, and it is his engagement gift. Unfortunately as sweet as the girl is. that’s how sour the future groom is. Aurora is not happy with this overbearing, pompous man, but it’s just a short trip, and she can grin and bear it.

Just before takeoff, two men approach Aurora, begging to be taken with them and to go to Italy. Voltaire Crevin and Tresilian Hawke are on a mission to save the world, and Mr. Obnoxious is more than happy to let them take over the trip, especially when Voltaire waves a huge amount of money at him. Midnight feels an instant attraction to Tresilian, and has no problem extending their trip to be around him more.

A weapon capable of destroying the world is out there, and Voltaire and Tresilian need to find it before it is in the wrong hands. This was the very weapon that destroyed Atlantis, and when the full reason for their trip is revealed, Aurora and Midnight are willing to do what they can to help. Even if it means flying into a volcano.

Everything is going well until a huge octopus latches onto Midnight and endangers the ship. Out of nowhere, a woman appears and takes them to safety. Midnight, having been poisoned by the tentacles, is rushed to a doctor.

Survivors of Atlantis are now living below the sea rather than on land, and their friendly demeanor soon proves to be a facade. Like Ferdinand, Voltaire’s enemy and the one with the knowledge of the weapon, the Atlanteans have a specific purpose for the weapon that resides with them. 

I don’t want to go into too much detail but this was quite an adventure – mermen a giant octopus and being kept a prisoner, while having to figure out how to save the world and save themselves.  The relationship between Midnight and Tresilian was beautifully written, not an instant let’s jump into bed. There was no lack of excitement, and I read the book in one sitting. 

Four stars.

The Reviewer

In writing this bio I am taking a rare break from reading! I always have a book on hand just in case there is time to sneak in a chapter or two. As a military spouse and a mom of two boys, it is amazing how often I am hurrying up to wait. Luckily for me I don’t have a favorite genre so I get lots of fun authors to choose from. My education was in sociology and mental health counseling, so stories with strong character development are my favorites. Happily Ever After is the best part of romance for me because real life is hard enough.

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