Spectrum Skies

Spectrum Skies This edition is no longer available When a new enemy comes out of the dark the human head of the Human Specs Enforcer Union is forced to work with his vampire counterpart Can London put aside his dis

  • Title: Spectrum Skies
  • Author: D.J. Manly
  • ISBN: 9781920502102
  • Page: 371
  • Format: ebook
  • This edition is no longer available.When a new enemy comes out of the dark, the human head of the Human Specs Enforcer Union is forced to work with his vampire counterpart Can London put aside his dislike of Pascal St Maurice to fight a common enemy Captain London Weaver hates the dark season, the time when the skies over Spectrum turn dark and stay that way for months IThis edition is no longer available.When a new enemy comes out of the dark, the human head of the Human Specs Enforcer Union is forced to work with his vampire counterpart Can London put aside his dislike of Pascal St Maurice to fight a common enemy Captain London Weaver hates the dark season, the time when the skies over Spectrum turn dark and stay that way for months It s when all the crazies come out, and the humans are at a definite disadvantage.When a new enemy comes out of the dark, London joins forces with his immortal counterpart, Captain Pascal St Maurice, a vampire who, as far as London is concerned, is a fancy pants with no respect for anything In Pascal s opinion, London is anal, uptight, and prejudiced against his species When they re ordered to work together to confront a succubus that doesn t discriminate among victims, Pascal decides to make the best of it However, that doesn t mean it s going to be easy.Come and visit Spectrum Skies, a place where mortals and immortals have learned to live together in peaceor something like thatNTENT ADVISORY This title contains both MM and MMM scenes.

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    1. Spectrum Skies is interesting, imaginative and very hot. Oh, and it has vampires and lots of other paranormal beings, which I love. The world it’s set in is highly unusual, and since I love finding out about “new worlds” and what makes them tick, this one was a treat.Police captain London Weaver is, in many ways, the easier of the two main characters to understand. He is human, leads the human part of a police force, and hates vampires with a vengeance. Even though humans were the intruder [...]

    2. Spectrum Skies is interesting, imaginative and very hot. Oh, and it has vampires and lots of other paranormal beings, which I love. The world it is set in was also unusual, and since I love finding out about ‘new worlds’ and what makes them tick, this one was a treat.Police captain London Weaver is, in many ways, the easier of the two main characters to understand. He is human, leads the human part of a police force and hates vampires with a vengeance. Even though humans were the intruders i [...]

    3. Let's see, what I like the banter of London and Pascal, BEFORE they finally get it on. It's fun and light, and I like Pascal being so flirty and makes London uncomfortable. Naughty, naughty Pascal. I also like the whole world concept, what with the human and Spec force. I like the secondary characters, like the big bad Midnight and his lover, Lilith, as well as the demon worm who appears later in the story. AAAAND, at first I was worried with the MMM warning, but it turns out that it's more hil [...]

    4. Read from August 05, 2012 The second part of "Spectrum Skies" is released and this meant only one thing, a must re-read of a first part. And that exactly what I did. By re-reading the first part I have to admit, I loved it and will probably re-read it again in the future. Recommended read!Read from November 06/07, 2011First, I really like the cover of this book. It's really pretty in a dark way. This plotted story was full of comic, emotions, enjoyable character, well developed interaction betwe [...]

    5. 4 HeartsFirst published at MM Good Book Reviewsmmgoodbookreviews.wordpressLondon is the captain of the human side of the Human/Specs Enforcer Union and dislikes most things supernatural, especially the Vampires. But, now as a new threat is uncovered, he has to work closely with one, Pascal. Pascal is the captain of the Specs side of the Human/Specs Enforcer Union and likes most humans, but London gets right up his nose. When he finds out he has to work closely with London, he decides to have som [...]

    6. I seem to have seen a lot of "pissant"s lately. Except these peopel persist in calling it "piss ant." I am much aggravated by this oversight and regret there is nothing I can do to demand it be rectified.Okay, this one was really, really weird. Like, Torquere weird.And if you shout someone's name, you probably elongate the vowels, not the consonants, so "Pascaaaaaaaal." Not "Pascallllll."Back to initial point.What the hell was going on?The entire thing wasew. I mean, kudos, I guess, for the whol [...]

    7. Spectrum Skies by D.J. ManlyURL: spsilverpublishing/producISBN: 9781920502102Genre: Fantasy, Gay, Ménage, Vampires, Werewolves Rating: HOT AS HELLReviewer: The one and Only Silver PixieBook SummeryWhen a new enemy comes out of the dark, the human head of the Human/Specs Enforcer Union is forced to work with his vampire counterpart. Can London put aside his dislike of Pascal St-Maurice to fight a common enemy? Captain London Weaver hates the dark season, the time when the skies over Spectrum tur [...]

    8. 4.5 RatingKeeping law and order on Spectrum is a challenge most of the time. However, during the dark season, enforcing the law is almost impossible. Nevertheless, Captain London Weaver, the head of the Human Enforcers, and Captain Pascal St-Maurice, the head of the Specs Enforcers, are determined to work together for the safety of all the residents.Spectrum Skies is the first book in Spectrum Skies series. The setting is a South Pacific island named Spectrum. The island is cloaked by magic to p [...]

    9. I give this book 4 stars.The action pace of the book is solid from the beginning and stays solid through out. The flow of the mystery side of the story was smooth. The flow of the romance side was jerky, flipping and flopping until the last part of the book.The best part of this book was the crime solving aspect of the story. I enjoyed the way the mystery folded out, and the unique blending of the supernatural-human combo teams that worked together.There is a fair amount of bantering between the [...]

    10. LoL I actually really enjoyed this. The dialogue was awesome between London and Parcel and I found myself laughing out loud most of the time. It did peeve me the London was so prejudice for a lot of the book, it was kinda like Okay dude we get it you don't like they but shit, at least be fake about it and don't dump all over everyone else's happiness cause you picked the wrong guy ONE DAMN TIME. sheesh!Also, what relationship goes from 0-60 that damn quick. Because London didn't like the vamp at [...]

    11. This is probably the worst book by Manly I've ever read. Never been a big fan, but they're usually good for a casual read that's entertaining. Not this time. This book is a hot mess.It's not an unpromising world, it has lots of little tidbits I like, and the banter and competitiveness between "alpha" males started out promising. But it felt as if Manly decided it was too hard to write seriously, and so it quickly became farcical. Not entirely on purpose, and so it turned out like craptastic fan [...]

    12. [b]3.5 stars[/b]It was good and entertaining but I had a couple issues with the book:1) I found London fell too quickly for Pascal. The transaction wasn't smooth and believable enough for me. Being endangered and hearing a confess of love while under the incubi spell shouldn't automatically have Landon groveling at Pascal's feet.2) The sex between London and Pascal felt a bit degrading. Sure, Landon didn't mind the name calling and whatnot but it was a bit of a uncomfortable read. The bondage an [...]

    13. Okay. What the hell was that?This book seems to have some fans seeing its rating and all but it really didn't do it for me.The writing is immature and the characters aren't consistent. Their behavior completely change out of the blue and they fuck and call each other "slut" and "whore"? What the fuck? Is that supposed to be hot or something? And for god's sake, they're supposed to be badass and sometimes the conversations were so fucking weird. Like Pascal crying like a fucking teenage girl over [...]

    14. I loved the whole setting. A hidden island full of supernaturals, Specs, and humans trying to get along. London and Pascal's banter in the beginning of the book is great. London is just so uncomfortable and Pascal just seems to loved it. Pascal has wanted London for so long and puts up with his hate of Vampires. When the two finally get together you know that they will be perfect for each other.

    15. 3.5 stars. I'm not sure how I feel about this one yet. I didn't hate it, but I didn't love it either. I really love m/m vampire stories, but I just can't seem to find many that I love. The relationship in this one was just odd, to me. Definitely insta-love on one side. I haven't decided if I'll go on with the series or not.

    16. With a perverted sex monster on the loose the human and non-human police have to team up to bring the monster down. The story is often predictable as the human vs. non-human mentality was never going to last. Everything revolved around sex which eventually grew tiresome.

    17. Wow. Could not put this one down. Everything worked for me - the world building, the plot, the characters. The only thing that kept it from five stars was the number of times I had to re-read to see whose POV I was following.

    18. NO!!!!!!!It was a good book, with two strong MCd when they have sex for the first time the human bottoms and became a slut ( the autor's word) add BDSM on the top!Why??? a good start, and we fell in cheesy clichés, with no originality at all.what a waste!!!!

    19. Interesting plot but I couldn't connect with main couple London and Pascal especially sex scenes between them. D.J. Manly is making sex ugly the way he wrote it.

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