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When an incubus murders the powerful ally of an anti-paranormal senator, it's up to hotshot Federal agent John Starkweather to catch the demon before it can kill again. Fortunately, he has backup, in the form of his boyfriend Caleb, a telekinetic possessed by the vampire spirit Gray.

As the political pressure mounts and bodies pile up, John discovers an old enemy protecting the incubus: the Fist of God, a group that believes all paranormals are evil. But why would the Fist work with a demon? And why would they let it kill one of their own allies?

John and Caleb need to find out fast. Because the incubus lurks at the intersection of love and longing, and it's willing to turn their deepest desires against them.

©2013 Jordan L. Hawk (P)2014 Jordan L. Hawk

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Good paranormal adventure!

Reaper of Souls by Jordan L Hawk and narrated by Brad Langer continues this series of supernatural entities, paranormal abilities, and corrupt politicians trying to shut down the task force that has paranormal gifts. Love the characters, even the vampire that is possessing one of the main characters!
Narration is pretty good too!

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Love the series, but using negative paradigms...

This author uses the term "CLEAN" to denote HIV Status, several times in this story alone. Using that term not only shows complete ignorance on the author's part, but also infers that people living with HIV are "DIRTY"

Anyone with even the slightest modicum of compassion would know better than to use such a disgusting term or perpetuate such a nasty stigma!

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Things are heating up

The 40 day deadline of exorcizing Gray is fast approaching and people at SPECTR get more and more nervous each time John fails at exorcising Gray from Caleb’s body. While they search for options that might work our duo – or are they a trio – or both? Anyway, they are called in to investigate a suspicious murder of a high profile politician. They soon realise the murder was the work of an incubus, and the hunt is on to stop the creature before it killed again.

I love how with each book more of this world is revealed. I get the feeling that we still have only scratched the surface – and barely even that. Just like always the world we’ve entered is impossibly intricate. There are so many possibilities for this series to go, and if past experience is anything to go by, Jordan L. Hawk has something spectacular in mind for the future books.

John and Caleb – and Gray’s relationship is moving at lightning’s pace. Considering they’ve only known each other for a couple of weeks and still moving in with each other things could get dicey. Still it doesn’t feel like insta-love. Yes they move fast, but they also recognise they do have some things to work out – the figurative elephant in the room notwithstanding. I do love them together and see why they all would work in the long run, and it will be fun to see how they’ll get there.

Brad Langer did it again. He gave (more) life to this book and characters. He made you see them, made you experience everything with them. I especially liked how he handled Caleb and Gray’s interactions. Two souls inhabiting the same body, both conscious and able to interact with each other in their minds. One a century old vampire and one human. It makes for some interesting conversations. Langer really conveys Gray’s bewilderment for human niceties and customs, but also his curiosity for it all.

Reaper of Souls was another great addition to the series and I can’t wait to experience more.

A copy of this book was generously provided by the author in exchange for an honest review for Love Bytes.