Series: Banded Brothers #5
Genres: Gay, Paranormal
Published by eXtasy Books
Reviewed by Lisa
One last assignment before master spy/assassin Aden Gale finally retires. Still at the top of his game Aden nonetheless feels the weight of the years and knows he needs to quit before he makes a mistake that could cost him everything. Aden intends to spend more time with his family, his son Carey, and the other three boys he helped raise and calls his own. Eventually, with a little luck and nudging maybe Carey will make him a grandfather too.
A thorn in Aden’s side is currently lying asleep in Carey’s back garden, sorcerer Gallen Theos. Aden’s brought plenty of young men to try and break the curse Gallen’s own father forced on him when he sided with his friends rather than his sire, but so far no luck. The assassin feels inexplicably drawn to the sorcerer yet refuses to attempt waking Gallen himself. Having a partner is far too risky, too dangerous to contemplate. Even if Gallen is Aden’s mate he must reject him to protect him. It’s the only logical answer though logic is the last thing the assassin feels for the sorcerer.
The consistently entertaining Banded Brothers series comes to a dramatic conclusion in To Kiss a Killer. Aden’s relationship with Gallen neatly ties up all the main characters in the series; with the assassin tap dancing around his fate as Gallen uses patience and devotion to great effect. There are a few loose ends which will hopefully be addressed at some point in the new series mentioned at the end of Banded Brothers. Personable, sexy characters, witty dialogue, and a fast moving plotline come together in To Kiss a Killer for readers to thoroughly enjoy.