Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Grayson's Gamble (Dawn Endeavor 5) by Marie Harte

Grayson Belle is one in a million. Unlike the government’s manufactured Circs -- the nation's warriors who’ve been mutated by the government into men who can shift form -- Gray was born with the ability to shapeshift and has a heightened sense of telepathy. But lately, his world has gone to hell. He’s prepared to throw in the towel after his current mission. He’s seriously messed up, lusting after his irritating partner, Bas, whom he’s not even sure he likes. And then, Al Ross, the rogue Circ he’s been sent to kill, turns his heart inside out and his resolve to nothing. He’s losing his edge, because he wants to mark both Circs as his own. But if he does, what will that mean to the future he’s mapped out for himself?

He’ll have to gamble on his instincts to ignore what his head is telling him. Sometimes being rational means less than nothing if the heart isn’t happy. And Gray will be damned if he’ll let himself lose at love. Now he and his partner just have to convince one stubborn female to take that same chance.

Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual situations, graphic language, and material that some readers may find objectionable: anal play/intercourse, dubious consent, male/male sexual practices, menage (m/f/m) restraints

Reviewer: BlueBell
The fifth book in the Dawn Endeavor series concentrates on Grayson Belle. Grayson is a little on the snobbish side and prides himself on being born a Circ not manufactured in a lab. After all, Grayson knows the meaning of self control unlike the lab created Circs and going into heat is not something Grayson has to worry about. Well that is until he is teamed up with Sebastian. the trouble is Grayson is not sure if he wants to beat Sebastian to a pulp or claim him as his mate.

If Grayson isn’t confused enough about Sebastian, the rogue Circ they have been sent to terminate is also his mate.

I don’t think Ms. Harte has written a book I haven’t enjoyed, and I loved how Gray had to battle his self conceived notions that he was better and superior because he was born not created. Ohhh how the mighty fall. The chemistry between Gray and Bas grabbed you right from the start and when Ali was added to the mix she came with a whole other set of problems that both Gray and Bas had to work through. Totally awesome read, you’ll not be disappointed 4.5 stars

Publisher: Loose Id
Review Courtesy Of: ManicReaders


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