MICHIGAN by Vicktor Alexander

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MICHIGAN by Vicktor AlexanderMichigan by Vicktor Alexander
Series: The Sevion Brotherhood #2
Published by MLR Press Genres: MM, Paranormal
Source: Publisher
Reviewed by Lisa

Michigan Sevion has a high stress career as a diagnostician at Gelreen Memorial Hospital.  Working alongside his vampire family at the hospital and living near each other can have its downside, but the Sevion family sticks together.

 

Recently one of Michigan’s brothers found his mate.  The trouble Dakota went through enforced the diagnostician’s desire to steer clear of any entanglements with his own future mate.  To find one’s mate, their sufletul pereche is supposed to be every vampire’s goal.  Michigan doesn’t want the drama, there’s enough of that with his loving family on any given day.

 

Apparently Michigan’s wishes don’t count because he’s introduced to his mate, talented chef Lucas Jaxson and now the clock is ticking. The human and the vampire have two weeks to bond otherwise Michigan will suffer the thirst and die.  If their rushed relationship wasn’t difficult enough an enemy of the family makes everything so much worse.  Michigan’s bonding just went from troubled to almost impossible.  Meanwhile, the clock never stops counting down.

 

The second installment in The Sevion Brotherhood series ramps up the drama to full throttle.  In Michigan the vampire and his chef face major hurdles head on with dignity and tense honesty.  Michigan offers a fresh breath of air to a tried and true plotline using engaging characters and an enemy worth hating.  The rocky romance satisfies on every level and whet’s the appetite for the next brother’s story.

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