Burn This! (A 300 Moons Book) by Tasha Black
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
another awesome 300th moon story by tasha black.
we meet johnny as he's performing for thousands of people. with sheer luck does he avoid being outed as something not entirely human. when he talks over the phone with his "mom he knows something has to happen. stubborn as he is he wants to deal with it on his own and he takes his clue from mom. he'll sign himself into a sanctuary.
neve is one of the nurses there and she instantly picks up something isn't quite right. he's too much of a text book case and she quickly puts one and one together. that there is a mutual attraction isn't helping either, making it even more difficult for neve because he is her patient!
despite keeping to himself johnny is having difficulties reigning in his animal, that a demon is set out to get him isn't helping either, on top of that that cut nurse is getting under his skin!
when the demon gets more dangerous by the day johnny has some tough choices to make. wanting to get rid of the demon makes him turn the whole place on fire because he finally relents and lets his dragon help him. but the choices he's faced with then are even harder to make!!
another wonderful masterpiece in this collection by miss tasha black. it's one you start reading and can't put down until you've finished it. in this case i was sad because i wouldn't have minded to read more about them, i have a feeling their story has only just begun! now i'm really curious as how things will turn out for the rest of the boys, now men.
free copy given in exchange for an honest review.
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