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Wishful Thinking

(Club Raven #2)

2.56  ·  Rating details ·  9 ratings  ·  6 reviews
Sometimes doing the right thing requires otherworldly help.

A Club Raven Novel

Tony Brazzio, part-owner of Club Raven in Baltimore, is gifted with a psychic talent that allows him to influence the behavior of others. His first project, to rehabilitate hoodlums Bull and Dandy, fails when the lure of fat wallets ripe for the picking is too great for them to ignore. After Bull
ebook, 171 pages
Published January 3rd 2017 by Evil Plot Bunny LLC
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2.5 Hearts

This is book two in the Club Raven Trilogy and I would in no way call this a romance. It is definitely filled with erotic content though, so if this is okay with you, then go ahead and enjoy.

Told from multiple points of view, and sometimes what appeared to be omniscient POV this story jumps around a fair bit.

In the beginning we meet Tony who is a part-owner of Club Raven, but was once from a poor family. Tony wants to prove that bloodline does not make
Mel Bradley
Feb 07, 2017 rated it did not like it
This is the second book in the Club Raven series – a historical BDSM paranormal/fantasy M/M series. Basically, it’s gone way out of its way to be everything unusual under the sun. In this book, we meet Tony who is plotting the future of two hoodlums, Dandy and Bull – so he can prove that anyway is capable of pulling themselves up from poverty into the affluent world.

From the very beginning, this book is a complete mess. The characters are extremely bland, it’s hard to keep them (and their talent
Serena Yates
Baltimore in 1875 is the setting for this story about two con men in over their head, mostly based on their stupidity, misplaced bravado, and lack of realism. With the psychically talented men from Club Raven playing a significant role, it is not just a very entertaining historical tale, but also an interesting look at the interaction between the paranormal world and reality as it might have been about 140 years ago. This second story in the ‘Club Raven’ series also gives insight into one of the ...more
Jan 22, 2017 rated it it was ok
Shelves: historical, m-m, sf
Second in the Club Raven series, but chronologically I think it's the first. It doesn't really matter in which order you read them, but the world-building is best done in the first, least explained in the third.

So, the plot, such as it was: Tony Brazzio, an Italian-American from the notorious Five Points neighborhood of Manhattan, was picked out of the slum (somehow; the book is pretty vague about this) and transformed into a gentleman and the heir of the original founder of Club Raven. Because
Feb 03, 2017 rated it it was ok
A Scattered Thoughts and Rogue review

Rating: 2 stars out of 5

From that review: " Wishful Thinking (Club Raven #2) by Kiernan Kelly is the PWP story in the middle of what I think of as the Club Raven trilogy, three books written by three different authors that centers around a live structure seated on a meeting of lay lines/power positions that fronts itself as Club Raven. Its now a gentlemen's club with odd peculiarities (BDSM dungeon on occasion, paranormal library, law enforcement br
Mari Cardenas ~ Bayou Book Junkie
Unfortunately, as much as I liked the first two books in the Club Raven series, this one didn't hit its mark with me. While it's well-written, well, first of all, it's not a romance, it's more sex with very little plot and second, the characters weren't all that likable, so I couldn't get invested in their story. I found Dandy and Bull to be too stupid for their own good and I couldn't connect with Tony, either. Perhaps others might find it enjoyable, so take my review with a grain of salt.

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