Monday, May 6, 2013

The Caveman and The Devil

The Caveman and the Devil
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The animals at the Philadelphia Zoo brought zookeepers Paul and Noah together, but now they might tear them apart. When a bloodthirsty lioness stalks her cubs, Noah charges into her enclosure without regard for his own safety. Luckily, a co-worker catches his mistake and saves the day. It’s not the first time Noah’s rushed in on impulse, and he still carries scars from the last time.
Paul can’t pretend nothing happened. Frustrated, he tries to comfort Noah, but he can’t get past his anger. As head keeper of the big cats, Paul must report the incident and figure out how to keep his reckless lover safe. Somehow he has to make Noah see that his carelessness could cost him his job or his life—and maybe Paul too.


***I received this book as a part of a blog tour for my honest review***
This was a really short book, 76 pages to be exact. It really was a snippet of this couples life after an incident that one of them, Noah, is completely blasé about and the other, Paul, is having kittens over. (hahah) The characters were well developed and the story was enjoyable. I just really wanted more of them though, like how they got together or something of the like. Like I said before, it was extremely short and before I knew it was finished. It is hard to be completely satisfied with a book of this length.
Short and sweet m/m romance.If you have a spare hour, give it ago, it will be an hour pleasantly spent.
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  1. Jill,

    thank you very much for your honest review. I'm glad you thought the story was enjoyable.