Review: Between Good & Evil (Heavenly Sins #2) by L.M. Brown

December 9, 2016 Review 0

Review: Between Good & Evil (Heavenly Sins #2) by L.M. Brown

Is it possible for a demon to be a good man, or are all who have fallen for temptation evil at the core?

Tristan, Machidiel, and Alastor are bound together by love, but their lives are running far from smoothly. Thanks to Tristan’s demonic bargain with an incubus they have no choice other than to accept that their lives are never going to be the same again.

To fulfil his obligations to the demon Tristan has two choices, remain with the incubus as his trainee or find a mortal to take his place. Neither option is appealing.

The three lovers struggle to release Tristan from his bargain, only to find bigger problems on the horizon when a human caught up in the mess is taken prisoner by the Demon King himself.

With no help forthcoming from either the angels or the demons, the three lovers are on their own with a seemingly impossible mission before them— rescue the mortal before he is lost in the Underworld forever.

Mac meanwhile has problems of his own. The archangels are voting on whether to ban relationships between angels and demons, and if the new law is passed he must choose between his wings and his lovers.

The three of them believe their love is strong enough to see them through the hard times ahead, but if they aren't careful the repercussions of Tristan's bargain could tear their ménage apart forever.

Title: Between Good & Evil
Author: L.M. Brown
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Forbidden Waters, One Perfect Wish, Between Heaven and Hell, Between Life & Death
Series: Heavenly Sins
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Between Heaven and Hell, Between Life & Death
Published by Totally Bound
Source: Publisher
Published: November 27, 2014
Genres: Erotic Paranormal Romance, Erotic Romance, Male Male Romance, Menage, Paranormal Romance
Pages: 220
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Stars: four-stars
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I received this book for free from the Publisher or Author in exchange for an honest review, or I purchased it with my own funds. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
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Bailey Bradford

The problems that Tristan, Alastor, and Machidiel face seem to be compounding. Tristan only wants to spend time with his lovers. He can feed his incubus through them. He has no need for lessons from the incubus he made a bargain with in the previous book. There is a part of that deal that he must fulfill though and it has all three men worried. Sadly Tristan is not the only one with troubles. Mac is having problems with his superior. Alastor’s past is haunting him in a way he never dreamed imaginable. An innocent has been caught in the crossfire and it seems like Alastor, Tristan, and Mac are the only ones interested in helping this man in need.

I am loving everything about this series. The romance is hot. The relationship dynamics keep it interesting. Each of the three men has a certain amount of insecurities about their role in the relationship. Tristan’s need to feed his incubus nature is new and keeps pressure on the still new ménage relationship. The past coming to the present was an interesting twist that kept me curious until the very end. Tristan’s new role in the Underworld is something that I should have seen coming, yet still never imagined. There are plenty of twists and turns that keeps the pages turning and the momentum of the story going.

Do not attempt to go into the Heavenly Sins series without reading them in order. This is definitely a series that must be read in order. If you have the time read all three in a row. I was warned that Between Good & Evil ended on a cliffhanger. I did not find this to be true. The story ends in a very appropriate place. Readers know that dire times are here for this very sexy trio. It is also known that this is just one more hurdle that they must get through to get the needed and deserved happily ever after. Now I’m off to read the next book to see how they get it.

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