The Color of Hunger

Aleyin knew his name was that of an ancient god of some sort and it was embarrassing as well. He had a lot of trouble fitting in with his family. He is gay, an empath and not as flamboyantly Wiccan as they are.

Aleyin moves away from home to try and sort out his life. His favorite hangout is a gay bar though he hasn't even picked anyone up. That is until the night he meets Dagan who claims that he and Aleyin were lovers far back in the past and that to end his curse Aleyin must fall in love with Dagan again.

Can Aleyin love Dagan for himself or will Dagan forever be cursed to stay a nightwalker without Aleyin's love?

The Color of Hunger was OK read and it did catch my attention. It was a little fast for me in the end. I think there should have been a little bit more challenge for the two men to beat the curse.

I will though recommend this one as an OK read.


Book Blurb for The Color of Hunger

Aleyin Hartwick hasn’t had it easy. Not just because he’s gay. Or that his family is flamboyantly and openly Wiccan. He’s an empath. Aleyin can sense people’s emotions and even see the strong ones as colorful auras. Makes fitting in all but impossible, and all he wants to do is escape.

Finally breaking free from his new age family, Aleyin encounters a man at a local night club that pulses with a mixture of colors and emotions that leave him breathless, confused, and extremely aroused, effectively turning his quest for a normal life upside down.

Will the approaching spring equinox bring the new beginning Aleyin’s been searching for? Or question everything he’s ever believed instead?

Be Warned: m/m sex


Night Owl Reviews May, 2012 3.00