January 20, 2020

Review * Taken Boy by Loki Renard

Review:

This book had it’s good points and some bad points, unfortunately the bad outweighed the good by a smidge.

I liked the premise of the story and the character building was good, perhaps to good.  The subsequent actions particularly on Bobby’s part didn’t match up with the character that I was told about when he was taken by Angelo.  I felt that Bobby broke too quickly, it turns out he wasn’t the “tough guy” that we were made to  believe.   I actually think that this could have been diverted if the story was longer so that it gave more time for Angelo to work on breaking Bobby.  

Today I went into the office because I was far behind on some things, so I said that I will work from 10a to 3p and get as much done as I could.  That made me think of this book, it’s as if the author set a specific number of pages and then wrote the story to fit in that space, for that reason the story didn’t unfold realistically for me.   The story just didn’t work and I think I’ll skip the subsequent books in the series.

You can go here for the author page of Loki Renard or here for the Amazon link to the book.

Blurb:

Revenge has no happily ever after.

Bobby likes to think he’s the boss. A brutal twenty-two year old gangster prodigy with a vendetta against a heir to billions, he’s about to wipe his biggest enemy off the map. But Bobby’s been making some powerful enemies himself, and he just landed on the radar of a man it’s better not to know.

Angelo Vitali is the real deal, a dyed in the wool Sicilian who knows exactly how to deal with a wannabe mafioso. He’ll take Bobby, break Bobby – and love every minute of it.

TAKEN BOY is a very dark gay romance. You have been warned.

Book Details:

  • Print Length: 95 pages
  • Publication Date: March 30, 2018
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC

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