Review: In His Sights (Don’t Tell #4) by Rie Warren

February 28, 2015 Review 0

Review: In His Sights (Don’t Tell #4) by Rie Warren

Can two enemies overcome the battles within and the war without to find love? Or will the revolution destroy their chance at happiness?

At the outset of the revolution against the oppressive Company regime, Hawke is a freedom fighter on a mission. Infiltrate Alpha Territory, kick some Corps ass, and stay alive. His plans unravel when he’s captured by the enemy on his first sortie. Prepared for death by the soldier sworn to kill him, all his training couldn’t have prepared him for what happens next.

A corporal in the Company’s military branch, Mayce is a hard-liner intent on ridding his city of the insurgent threat. Yet one look at the gorgeous Freelander named Hawke and years of yearning and unrealized desires change his course permanently. If discovered, he’ll be branded a traitor and a homosexual—and sentenced to death.
Mayce and Hawke act on their intense and immediate attraction. But amid the escalating revolution their dangerous trysts come at the risk of their own lives, as Hawke soon finds out.

Title: In His Sights
Author: Rie Warren
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Sugar Daddy, In His Command, Stone, At Your Service, Love, In the Fast Lane
Published by Self
Source: Author
Published: April 22, 2014
Genres: Apocalypse, M/M Erotica, Male Male Romance
Pages: 81
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Stars: five-stars
Flames: three-flames

I was going through withdrawals of this series and what do I find but there is one more book! It’s just a novella at 81 pages but hey I’ll take anything at this point. In His Sights is fast, hot and highly emotional. Hawke and Mayce are on opposite sides of the war. A war where sex is between man and woman and anything else is punishable by death. But the heart, and the body, can’t be denied.

What I loved about this book is despite it being short, I don’t feel like anything is lacking. Having read the previous book in the series, I came in with some pretty high expections of what to expect from the sex, the action, the angst and emotions. Author Rie Warren not only meets, but exceeds my expections. Hawke and Mayce battle external as well as internal battles in this war. Watching what they have to go through was at times steamy hot and other gut wrenching. There’s a few random secondary characters in the story that had you not read the previous titles, would mean nothing to you. I, however, have and was excited to see them. There’s one in particular that gave me quite the AHA! moment. I do like it when I can reflect back on a story and get my curiosity appeased about a character.

If you want a taste of the Don’t Tell series without the long term commitment then try In His Sights. But let me warn you now, this book is like a potato chip – you can’t have just one. You’ll want to know all the who’s, what’s and why’s. So instead of just getting your feet wet, I recommend jumping in the lake and reading the whole series. You WON’T be disappointed.



In His Sights
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