Track

Track is the first in a brand new series by epic author A.J. Llewellyn. Track is the first in the Children of the Rainbow series and is the story of Paden and his lover Track. Their story is as timeless as Paden’s son Lopaka and his husband Kimo’s was. Children of the Rainbow is a spinoff of the Phantom Lover series but still has all of your favorite lovable characters in it. That makes it just as wonderful as its predecessor.

Track comes and goes and Paden never knows when he is going to be there. He turns up in the middle of a tsunami and things go where Paden is not expecting. flying off on a rainbow. His grandchildren, Pele and Little Kimo decide to follow them when strange happens. When they return Kimo and Lopaka are not happy with what has happened although Kimo is excited at what Pele has accomplished.

But what she has accomplished is bringing a child back from the dead. Paden, Track, Kimo and the rest of the clan must figure out who the child is and what is going on. They start their investigation only to find out some very strange things.

Who is this child, what is going on? Will the family be able to get things taken care of this time? What is going to happen with the baby?


Book Blurb for Track

Genre: GLBT (m/m) Romance, Fantasy, Paranormal, Shapeshifter
Pages: 107
Flame Rating: 4 Flames

Children of the Rainbow Book 1 - I couldn't meet a normal guy. Nope, I just had to go find myself a rainbow straddling, evil-defeating, hot and sexy guy.

Children of the Rainbow is a spin-off from Phantom Lover, in which all the treasured characters from that series will appear as the story progresses.

Track, the lover of Paden, has assumed human form after the pair meets in the book Paden (Book 14, Phantom Lover series). Track tells Paden they can be together, but their love exacts a price...one that Paden is soon to learn can be dangerous and potentially deadly.

On the day of a tsunami warning in Honolulu, Paden wakens to find Track is with him after several weeks of absence. They are needed, Track tells him and soon they're traversing a rainbow to unravel the mystery of a young man who has committed a kapu. He has broken a sacred taboo and the gods of old Hawaii are angry. The young man begs for help. Paden is surprised when Kimo's toddler daughter, Pele, named for Hawaii's powerful volcano goddess, arrives, having followed Paden into the spirit realm. She intervenes and the repercussions Paden soon learns, are cataclysmic.


Night Owl Reviews Oct, 2010 5.00