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Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Review: Feed. Prey. Love. (Whispering Hills, #1) by D.H. Starr

3 Stars
Feed. Prey. Love.
Series: Whispering Hills, #1
Author: D.H. Starr
Genre: Male/Male, Paranormal- Vampire
Publisher: Ai Press
Pages: 170 
Purchase: Ai Press |
In author D. H. Starr’s novel, Feed. Prey. Love. we meet Talib and Conley.

Talib is a vampire that was turned decades ago, without his consent. Living though a rapidly changing world, one who believed vampire’s mere folk lore and myth to a word who now accepts all forms of paranormals as citizens he has had a hard life.

All his life he has looked for someone to love but after a accidental turning of a man he has been filled with guilt and isolated himself.

That is until his fairy friend Purvis demands his attendance at a party and though Talib knows it is probably another set up for a date he agrees to come anyways.

Conley is a human male who also lives in a state of isolation; he has always felt like he does not really belong and though he may get many people who want him for his looks he wants to find someone who loves him for him not just how he looks.

When he is at a party of his friend Purvis’s to meet the new man he is being set up with he is captivated by a man or rather vampire, who he can not believe is actually interested in him.

New interests are forming and a future is on the horizon for them both, but danger also awaits them in the form of a crazed ex-lover who wants Talib back for himself. . .

I liked this novel it is not very long but it is long enough that you get a overall feel for the characters.

I have to say that Conley was my favorite character, I liked Talib but I would have liked him more if he had not always been so guilty about past things.

One thing that prevented me from really loving this book though was the worry and self consciousness of both characters. Though they both grow and realize that they both love each other the constant worry over if they are going to see the other or if the other does not want to see them anymore, etc. bothered me.

Though this may not be a problem for other readers who may like to watch the charters grow though it, I have always liked my male characters much more confidant in that aspect.

One thing I loved, the sex scenes of course. You all know I am a big believer of sex scenes in a book—the more the better I say!—and this book has plenty of them between our two main characters.

We go through three points-of-view in this novel, Conley’s, Purvis’s and we get some POV from our ‘bad guy’ as well, though only a few scenes.

Altogether I liked Feed. Prey. Love. and I will be looking to pick up the next novel in this series. I would recommend Feed. Prey. Love. to anyone who is looking for a good male/male read.

*I received a hardcover/paperback/eBook copy/ARC of this book for free to review from the author/publisher; this in no way influenced my review, all opinions are 100% honest and my own.


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