Monday, May 18, 2015

Kiss Across Deserts by Tracy Cooper-Posey [Review]

 Kiss Across Deserts by Tracy Cooper-Posey
Kiss Across Deserts (Kiss Across Time #4) by Tracy Cooper-Posey
Format: ebook
Source: provided by the author for an honest review.
Date read: April 8, 2015

Kiss Across Time
1. Kiss Across Time
2. Kiss Across Swords
3. Kiss Across Chains
4. Kiss Across Deserts - Paperback | Kindle

Tracy Cooper-Posey
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Synopsis (Goodreads):
Time travel is not for the weak of heart.

Alexander Karim, long-time friend of Brody, Veris and Taylor, has been questioning everything; his purpose in life and his identity as a vampire and a doctor. Even his long time pursuit of the lovely but reluctant police lieutenant Sydney Stevens is on shaky ground.

Life tosses him a curve ball when Alex learns that Brody’s trial lawyer, Rayner De Leon, the youngest appeal court judge in the state, is attracted to Alex. Rayner is a vampire, Rafael, who has known Brody and Veris since the fifth century. Alex warily allows Rafael to seduce him, and the affair has surprising results for both of them.

But then a deliberate hit and run tosses Sydney back into Alex’s life and this time, her defenses are down and she is vulnerable. But there are unanswered questions surrounding Sydney. Who tried to kill her? And why is she insisting that Alex was there, when he doesn’t remember it that way?

When a kiss sends Alex and Sydney back to Alex’s beloved desert, and he realizes that Taylor is not the only one who can time travel, the questions pile up like gunpowder. The flint that strikes the spark is Sydney’s past, which is exposed when Rafael reaches through time and uncovers her dangerous secret.

The explosion that follows is both deadly and tragic, reaching out to touch everyone’s lives.

Warning: This time travel menage romance features two super-hot alpha vampire heroes, multiple sex scenes, including anal sex, MM sexual play, and MMF sex. Do not read this book if frank sexual language and sex scenes offend you.
The time-space continuum was restored to order at the end of this book. Promise.
Thoughts on Kiss Across Deserts: Flat out, Tracy Cooper-Posey writes some SEX-AY men. Alexander and Rafael get high HIGH marks for sheer smolderability. By that same token, Sydney has to be strong and sexy in her own right to take on two men who have been around for centuries.

Things I loved: Seeing Brody, Veris and Taylor again. The men dispensing advice to Alexander about going with his instincts and his heart made me a little wibbly. B, V, and T as a family unit made me wibbly. THEIR KIDS MADE ME WIBBLY.

More things I loved: Alexander, Rafael and Sydney coming to terms with the unconventionality (by modern human standards) of their relationship. It's a hard, bumpy road to get them to a place where they can all admit that there's something between the three of them, but well worth it. And, oh, my heart hurt for Alexander. He was so close to having it all and then it was ripped away by jealousy and doubt and it HURT. But it all worked out in the end, so I got over the hurt. After a while.

As always, Tracy Cooper-Posey has given us a tangled, complex tale of love and heartache wrapped up in time travel. There's more going on than just romance, however, as the three of them (along with their friends) have to uncover plots and tangled time threads to keep them all safe.


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