The Priest's Perspective

A Loving Nip Book 14

Readers new to this series should read book one (A Nip of Good Cheer) before jumping into more of this series. There is an overall series arc to the Loving Nip series. This is book fourteen. I have all of Charlie’s books and have read them in order. Characters from other books show up in most of her series. I strongly recommend this book and the overall series.

Now a bit about this story in particular.

I enjoyed being drawn into this tale of Priest Giles finding out that all he believed was not reality. Everything he believed was put on its ear when he finds out that the demons he's been hunting are actually vampires and that the demon he meets aren’t as evil as he thought they were. Thanach knows Giles is his Amina and that he will have to help him understand that Thanach is his soulmate. At first Giles is not sure what’s going on but he is attracted to Thanach. He wants to learn about him.

The passion is great between Giles and Thanach. Charlie Richards brings it on smooth and hot. “The Priest's Perspective” is well worth reading as well as all the books in this series.


Book Blurb for The Priest's Perspective

Giles Corsair joined the ranks of the Priests to fight demons. He thought he was destroying the spawn of the devil and stamping out evil. When he ends up captured by the creatures he was told are demons, he’s in for a rude awakening. They’re not demons. They’re vampires. He learns demons are around…except they’re not the spawn of Satan. They claim to have been created by the gods. Giles doesn’t believe a word of it…until he sees a demon in the flesh. To his utter shock, Giles feels an unholy attraction to the beast. It calls itself Thanach and makes advances toward him, calling him his amina, his soul, and telling Giles that he is Thanach’s gift from the gods. Confused by his unexpected desires, Giles discovers the greatest battle he fights is within himself. Can he come to grips with the shifts in his reality, or will the battle cost him his sanity?


Night Owl Reviews Oct, 2017 4.00