The Devil’s Breath by A. Nybo

The Devil’s Breath by A. Nybo
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: Suspense/Mystery, Contemporary
Length: Full length (196 pages)
Other: M/M, Anal Sex
Rating: 4 stars
Reviewed by Moonflower

Henri’s stalker has left him with a paradoxical legacy: his mind rebels at the thought of being touched—the very thing his body craves.

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Maybe even to love.

Imagine being stalked by a military man, whose own government won’t admit to just how much (and what) he’s been trained for. Imagine this going on for months. Now imagine not being believed until it was too late. Imagine being captured and tortured… for what?! This is what happened to Henri, who became the unknowing obsession of Russell. He is helped by Birch, which just lands him into hot water with Russell.

This was a really great read, giving the reader an excellent description of just how lonely and broken Henri was. Birch is a great guy, and was just trying to help someone out, but by doing so he got dragged into the whole mess. The secondary characters of Nate and Jason are also brilliant, giving out doses of humor to lighten up the story.

For me, personally, I was left with some unanswered questions. Also, Henri has a fear of being touched, and yet Jason touches him frequently. Perhaps it is fear of being touched by a stranger, and I just missed that part? The same fear is quickly overcome by Birch, although the reason for this is that he is good with horses! This did not diminish my enjoyment of the book, but is just an observation. I would love to see more, both of Birch and Henri, but also Nate and Jason and the company they work for.

If you’re looking for a suspenseful book that has some hot moments and witticisms, then I can definitely recommend this book.

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