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Saint's Curse: Luke

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Luke Leveraux hates seeing suspicion darken Jeremy St. James's eyes when he leaves for his monthly hunting trip, but some secrets just can't be shared
On the surface artist Luke Leveraux has it all: money, a fantastic historical home, talent. When his boyfriend Jeremy moves in, his life should have been perfect. But Luke's hunting expeditions are a cover for something much
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ebook, 72 pages
Published July 6th 2012 by Breathless Press
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Lucy
Aug 26, 2012 Lucy rated it really liked it
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One thing you have to say about Jeremy – that man is trusting. He moves in with his lover, Luke, and then still puts up with secretive monthly hunting trips, lasting a week at a time!, that Luke won’t really discuss or take him on. They’ve been dating a year, so Jeremy knew the trips occurred, but to casually say “I’m going hunting in the mountains. I’ll be back in a week or so” when you’ve just had your boyfriend move in, well that is just ballsy. Then to just
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Gabbi
I’ve read several books by Lee Brazil and I’ve enjoyed every one of them. Lee has a knack of writing interesting characters with fast moving storylines that really keep this reader’s attention. In Saint’s Curse: Luke, I found myself quickly intrigued with these two heroes lives and the interesting story they told.

Since the blurb does an excellent job at describing the story, I won’t rehash it. But I will say in the past few years, I’ve read many paranormal/shifter books. What I really liked abou
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Kelly H. (Maybedog)
This was an odd one, an old school take on shifters. Being a werewolf is a negative, horrible thing, and the wolf is mindless while in that form.

I thought it was weird that the characters are together a year before they move in together and they do so before when they don't love each other yet. I can't imagine moving in with someone I'm not sure I'm in love with unless it's an emergency kind of thing where there are no other options. I can't imagine being with someone for a year and not being in
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Pete W
Sep 17, 2012 Pete W rated it liked it
An enjoyable story. Mr. Brazil did a different takes on the werewolves romance genre.

The relationship was sweet. Luke the wolf was actually turn green at the sight of blood while his boyfriend Jeremy was intensely afraid of needle. Good thing these two were artists and not working in medical field.

The downside for me, were the convenience time skip that happens through out the story. For example, the trip to the emergency room scene was skipped as well as the aftermath of the cabin scene.

The *pr
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Mika
Jul 21, 2012 Mika rated it it was amazing
Honestly, at first I was hesitant to read this one. I know, don't ask, I'd temperately lost my mind. It just didn't seem like "Lee". I'm not sure how else to put it. But I won't think twice again. Once I started the book, I didn't want to put it down. I can't wait for more! There will be more, right?
Sammy Goode
Aug 30, 2012 Sammy Goode rated it really liked it
4.5 stars

“I need this this morning.” He shuddered slightly. “I feel out of control, like my life isn’t my own. You give that back to me my sense of self.”

Luke knows exactly of what he speaks. His life is not his own. Due to a centuries old curse, one week a month he is a feral, hungry, completely out of control wolf. Beginning his 21st birthday, Luke has suffered through the mind numbingly painful transition from man to wolf and, while in that form, struggles to remain in control of his mind and
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The Romance Review

What do a werewolf and an artist have in common? They are one and the same and they love Jeremy. Poor Luke suffers the same affliction as many women. Every month, for a week he becomes a hungry raving beast who bleeds. All kidding aside, Luke inherited his shape shifting abilities on his twenty-first birthday. He turns into a werewolf which is painful and disorienting. He's afraid to tell Jeremy for fear of losing him. How does one explain going furry once a month?

Jeremy on the other hand is le
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V
Aug 18, 2012 V rated it really liked it
Very nice short story
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