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Leo's Salvation (Tulsa Immortals, #3)
Rating 3.5 I really liked the paranormal aspect of this book which included shifters, a warlock/demon, and more from the supernatural world. Leo was a serious badass but also sensitive, and the same applied to Angar. The romance and sex part of the story were by turns tender and steamy. The thing that served as a big detractor for me and really drove me crazy was that this book definitely did not feel like a standalone. The plot wrapped up fine (with a hint as to the next story in the series) but the beginning and at many points through the story it felt like I had walked into the middle of another story. There were many characters and situations that appeared to have figured heavily in the first two books in the series but were never introduced or explained to us. I thought "no problem, I'll go back and KU the first book in the series and start there". Well, guess what? The first two books appear to practically be myths. They aren't written by Halford. They aren't writen by Audra Hart who she credits with the creation of the Tulsa Immortals universe. They don't come up on a Goodreads or Amazon series search except for this title. Where are they? It really ticked me off. In future editions of the book I wish Ms. Halford would give the title and author of the first two or rewrite the book to properly frame the story and characters. Other than this glaring issue, the book was very enjoyable. I wouldn't hesitate to read more M/M by the author.
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