Crossroads Revisited by Keta Diablo

Story: 8
Presentation: 8
Total: 16
Publisher: Phaze
M/M romantic Suspense
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Blurb: Frank McGuire is beginning to think the City has become a melting pot for serial killers. Another maniac is stalking the streets, only this time the deviant isn't tracking Goth girls, but gay college students. Rumors surface that put Frank's life in jeopardy, and somehow he must protect Rand from the carnage about to unfold. What he didn't count on was Rand becoming the killer's next victim.
Elements: scenes of intense sexuality

Review: This is the second story in the Crossroads series. After reading the first one, I was pleasantly surprised to see this story delved deeper into the sizzling romance between Rand and Frank. Their relationship is volatile and complicated and Ms. Diablo does a wonderful job of making her readers sympathize with each of them in a very unique way.

Ms Diablo also brilliantly weaves erotic sex and developing emotion with a twisting and turning romantic suspense. As a reader I wasn’t surprised at where the story was heading, but that didn’t make the ride any less exhilarating. Like a thrilling high-speed roller coaster, I knew the drop off was coming but my heart still raced, my blood pounded, but in the case of Rand and Frank, I was also a turned on mess. Oh those kinky boys—I love them!

While I struggled with the first story in the series, I have already read and loved the third story in the series (see the review in the archives of Seriously Reviewed) so I can only hope Ms. Diablo will titillate us with another chapter in this not-so-charming, but damn loveable couple.

1 comment:

Keta Diablo said...

Again, my humble thanks. You have such a great talent for writing reviews and encapsulating the book.

Frank is character you either love or hate and he comes with a lot of demons. I felt it imperative to introduce his demons in the first novella, and then try to temper them in the sequential novellas. I totally understand that not everyone likes flawed characters and I do have a tendency to write them with all their warts and blemishes.

My sincere thanks again. May you and yours have a blessed Holiday Season.


Keta Diablo

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