★★Review★★ Suspicion (Kingdom of Ara) by Nicholas Bella "New Haven Series" Book 2
Series: New Haven Series – Kingdom of Ara Season 4 Book 2
Author: Nicholas Bella
Genre: Paranormal/Dark Erotic/Gay Fiction/Horror
Length: 127 Pages
Publisher: Nicholas Bella
Heat Level: Explicit
Théoden: I'm still trying to figure out who killed a vampire in my territory, and I'm still busy training my youngest son, however, the phone call I received must take precedence. The River Rock Alpha claims one of my vampires is responsible for the death of one of his wolves. It's a serious accusation and one I will not take lightly.
Noel: Riding around with Marco and learning how to conduct a proper investigation has been pretty exciting. I also love getting out of the house and seeing more of the territory. Of course, the way Marco keeps looking at me lets me know that my night will have more action to come.
Deacon: Tonight is Fight Night, and I've been waiting for this entertaining event all day. My yard is filled with wolves from my pack, and I'm going to see just how tough they are. As for my mate, a big decision will be made tonight for him, because he still has a lot to prove.
Josef: I'm not looking forward to having a sit-down with vampire Prince Théoden, I'm not fond of bloodsuckers, but I'll be damned if I let him or any of his leeches get away with murdering one of my wolves. They will pay.
Warning: This serial contains strong adult content not meant for sensitive eyes. The novelettes in this serial will be filled with dark, twisted, raunchy and steamy scenes between powerful, sexy men that will either offend you or get ya revved up. This series will not be pulling any punches, and it won’t apologize for hurting your feelings, either. You’ll find no fluff and ruffles here. The vampires are not misunderstood, hopeless romantics looking for love. The werewolves are not cute and cuddly, and the dragons aren’t the ones from your childhood. This is NOT a romance.
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Suspicion has it all. Suspense, intrigue, brutality, mind-games, and hard and raw sex. Nicholas Bella has put a voice to each character who brings their own personality and motive to the story. There are many plots at play in the New Haven Series, and each one is just as riveting as the next.
Josef – A wolf to watch and fear. He has his own agenda and he plans on seeing it to fruition. With the latest attack in his territory he continues to search for answers of who may have killed one of his. However, when Théoden shows up to investigate for himself, along with Dante, Josef was thrown for a huge surprise. Was it possible he just found his mate? After years of searching, the one and only thing on his mind is to get what rightfully belongs to him. If he has kill vampires to achieve his mission, well so be it.
Deacon – Here is a conniving wolf who has instigated a war that will soon come to blows. Throwing the scent off of him and onto the vampires seems to be working so far, but when Eli, his mate, questions him outright about his involvement, he lies by omission. Deacon has an agenda, as well, and I can’t wait to see how it will play out.
In the meantime, Eli continues to establish his role as the alpha’s mate. He has his own ideas and wants that he expects Deacon to uphold. Eli is sarcastic and allows his mouth to overload which usually ends up getting him into trouble. I love his snarky attitude and I love when he puts Deacon in his place. Unfortunately, Deacon was pushed a little too far causing him to retaliate in brutal fashion.
Théoden – This is one clever vampire. He always seems to be ten steps ahead of everyone, and I’m biting nails hoping it’s going to pay off. Who am I kidding… of course, it’s going to pay off. Théoden isn’t the Prince of the City because he’s lazy and stupid. He is a force to be reckoned with and as brutal as this sounds I’m looking forward to the slaughter that is coming. Whether it be wolves, dragons, or vampires, you don’t mess with the Master and live to tell about it. He has resources that are far-reaching and he knows when to pull them in.
Dante/Noel/Marco – These three continue to keep us on the edge of our seats. Marco is arrogant and ruthless but if you’re going into battle there’s no one better to be by your side. He loves his Sire and would fight to the death for him. Noel has really embraced his life as a vampire and in each episode I continue to be intrigued by his abilities and his place within the house.
Dante has been slow coming onto the scene but I can’t wait until he’s tested and pushed to his limits to see what transpires. I really envision something spectacular from him and now that Nicholas has opened a new can of worms that has the potential to start a war between the supes, all hell is about to break loose.
I say the same thing every time, but the series just continues to get better and better. Nicholas writes with so much passion and creativity that you can’t help but be sucked into their world. The dialogue is intriguing, addicting, and sometimes the humor he instills within the characters is nothing short of laugh-out-loud funny.
I’ve read people discussing this series and calling it brutal with lots of hard sex and then they say…but, I kinda like that. ☺It is brutal and there is lots of sex, but it’s also their life-source and what makes them thrive. It's also the world-building the author has created and it's pretty addicting.
Again, this is not a romance series, but there is love between them. Suspicion leaves us hanging on the edge and I’m looking forward to the next book. Hell hath no enemy like a pissed off vampire. 5 stars from me.
**I was given a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review from the author**