THE STING OF THE DEATH STALKER SCORPION by Jackie Nacht

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THE STING OF THE DEATH STALKER SCORPION by Jackie NachtThe Sting of the Death Stalker Scorpion by Jackie Nacht
Series: Venomous Mates #2
Published by eXtasy Books Genres: MM, Science Fiction
Reviewed by Lisa

The current generation continues to pay the price for the toxins released into the atmosphere decades ago.   The four separate territories of Venom City house the deadly mutated humans called venoms as the few humans or anti-humans alive barely survive.

 

Recently four humans were found and saved by the venomous leader of Mission Territory and his men.  One of them, Wilder, a Deathstalker Scorpion immediately knew that anti-venom Leif is his mate.  Each starving to death Leif is in the worst shape, barely able to swallow broth.

 

Weeks later and Leif is slowly regaining his strength thanks to Wilder who continues to nurse his mate back to health.  When word comes to them that they’ve been betrayed Wilder worries that Leif isn’t strong enough to run.  The only certainty is Wilder’s promise to protect Leif.  To his last breath if it comes to that.

 

The deadly and unique world of Venomous Mates returns in The Sting of the Deathstalker Scorpion.  It’s another exciting story focusing on the odd pairing of human and mutated human in a world where each day could be the last.  The Sting of the Deathstalker Scorpion features an inventive cast of characters fighting for survival in a very scary reality.  A chilling place.  Everything’s changed.  Except the characters’ completely human emotional turmoil and their desire for love.

 

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