Sam reviews ‘Angel of Darkness’ by Tyler May . This book was published by Hot Ink Press on November 20, 2014 and is 428 pages long.
This book was provided free of charge by the author for an honest review.
Why I read this book: I had heard good things about this book and when I was given the opportunity to review it I couldn’t wait any longer to read it.
“Sleep, my boy, our time is coming soon.”
As a boy, Christian Bowman was obsessed with vampires and the paranormal. After a tragic event in his life, he found solace in reading and dreaming of the dark and mysterious tales.
Now twenty-one, his fantasy becomes a reality when he meets Zander―a blind vampire. Christian now has the chance to live the fantasy that up until now, he has only been able to dream about. Will his dream turn into a nightmare when he sees just how dark and dangerous a real vampire’s world can be?
Christian is in love with his Angel of Darkness. But is their love strong enough to withstand obstacles that come with loving a vampire? And more importantly, is there a happily-ever-after in a vampire’s world?
A vampire and a soul that never died; Darkness stole their past, but can his light save their future?
M/M paranormal erotic romance. Not suitable for readers under 18, due to language and explicit sexual situations.
Christian was involved in a tragic accident and mysteriously saved at the age of 10. After that his life changed dramatically. He ended up in the foster care system living in several group homes. The only constant since his accident was a dark angel that would appear in his dreams. As a way to escape from reality Christian would get lost in paranormal movies and books. This started his vampire obsession.
Christian is now 21, going to college and has the ideal job. He is working as a tour guide in the caves located in Hudsonville. Where people come to see the bat habitat and the stories of mysterious human-like creatures that roam the night.
Zander is Christian’s boss and owner of the caves. He is intimidating, stern but kind. He is gorgeous and looks like a dark knight. Zander is blind but this doesn’t stop him by any means.
Christian has been attracted to Zander from the moment he saw him. He is Christian’s fantasy come true. When the opportunity to explore his attraction comes Christian jumps at the chance. But. What Christian doesn’t realize at first is Zander truly IS a Vampire.
As Zander introduces Christian to the paranormal life, he lets Christian know that there is real danger that lurks in the dark. I love that there is more than just physical attraction connecting them together. They are soul mates who would do anything to protect each other from harm. But when the evil from the past threatens them will they both be able to survive?
I love the twist and turns this storyline has. How some people aren’t what they seem and how others are above and beyond what you expected. The author’s writing style is great. The characters are fascinating and very believable. The scenes are well-developed and full of vivid detail.
I have recently fallen in love with the MM paranormal genre. Angel of Darkness has become one of my favorites so far. I can’t wait to read the next book in this series.
If you like hot sexy vampires and a great story then I highly recommend reading Angel of Darkness by Tyler May. You won’t be disappointed.
10/10 pots of gold
Read my review for ‘New Year’s Dream (Angel of Darkness book 2)’ here:
Tyler May was born and raised in the great state of Michigan, and still happily resides there. She is a stay at home mom to her three beautiful children. Tyler’s passion for reading came later in life when she found a love in romance novels, more specifically the male/male genre. After drawing inspiration from some wonderful authors and encouragement from friends and family; she penned her first full length novel: Angel of Darkness.
Tyler draws inspiration from the simple things in life and will never take that for granted. Since Tyler is a LBGT author, she has three hopes when a reader picks up her book(s): She hopes that her books will teach tolerance and equality. She hopes to convey the truth behind the infamous saying, “love is love.” She hopes that the book is more than a story―that’s it a journey with an important message. Tyler’s favorite quote and something she always has tucked in the back of her mind as she writes her fictions: “Everything you can imagine is real.”―Picasso.