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New Release – Frey by Faith Gibson

Book 4 in the Stone Society Series
By Faith Gibson



Geoffrey “Frey” Hartley- soldier, helicopter pilot, boxer, martial arts expert – is the biggest, baddest Gargoyle shapeshifter in the Stone Society. After too much death and destruction, he hung up his dog tags. Now he is the owner of Lion Hart Dojo and Gym. For almost six hundred years, Frey has spent his life protecting humans while secretly praying for a family. Some of his Clan are finding their mates, but the fates aren’t making it easy on any of them.
Abbi Quinn – teacher, wife, sister – is an abused, broken down young woman. After her parents’ death when she was seventeen, Abbi hung up her dreams along with her ballet shoes. Married to an abusive, controlling man, Abbi can’t remember what love feels like. When a stranger offers her a way out of her horrid situation, Abbi is torn. She tried leaving once before and the result almost cost her life.
When Frey finds his mate in the beautiful yet subdued Abbi, the pull between them is undeniable. He vows to find the smile hidden beneath her pain, to give her back her dreams, to see her dance. He will do whatever it takes to rescue her from the hands of her husband, even if it means protecting her from the sidelines.


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Tanya Rae ~ 5☆

What can I say? I ABSOLUTELY LOVE Gargoyles. I know I say that every time I read a book in The Stone Society Series but, with each book I fall more in LOVE with each Goyle! Frey was no exception! I LOVE Frey! Faith has a great writing style, draws you into her books and doesn’t let you leave until you have completed reading them.

Shannon P ~ 4.5 ☆

I really enjoyed this story although some of the subject matter was difficult to read since it delves into domestic violence. I felt that the abuse aspect of the story was written very well and was very believable as well. I found myself having to put the book down at times because I literally wanted to reach in and choke Troy. I love that Faith Gibson keeps the previous characters involved in each book while also giving me teasers of stories to come.

Theresa M ~ 5☆

There is a lot of story in this book. Faith touches on a lot of emotional issues, but you aren’t brought down by the weight of it all. Parts of it are beautiful, funny, and ugly, but so genuine, you can’t help but get caught up in everything. I found myself laughing, almost crying, cheering quite a bit, and getting pissed off.

Faith Gibson popped my paranormal cherry, and I’m pleasantly surprised that I enjoyed it as much as I did. I wasn’t overpowered with Gargoyle-specific stuff, and I could really sink my teeth in this book (pun definitely intended). She’s written a very good story, and I’ll definitely be reading the previous books in this series to get caught up on all the Gargoyles.

Lita B ~ 5☆

 I have to say that prior to Frey, Gregor was my favorite gargoyle and book. Not so anymore!

An excellent well told story. If I could I would give this story more than 5 O’s but since I can’t 5 will have to do. If you haven’t started the series and you are just reading my review I have to tell you to start reading this series. One of the best series I have read. Cannot wait for the next book to come out. I know who I want to read but I will just wait for who the author decides is next up in the series. Enjoy!

Nikki K ~ 5☆

I fell in love with Frey the moment he first saw Abbie and we are shown his softer side.

It’s no secret that I am a die hard fan of the Stone Society Series, but this book really is my new favorite.  Faith has written a sometimes heart wrenching love story that captured my soul. I can’t imagine a more perfect example of a truly good man than Frey,  he is my new BBF!

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Frey Playlist

Shatter Me – Lindsey Stirling, featuring Lzzy Hale
Caught in the Sun – Course of Nature
True Colors – Cyndi Lauper
If You Only Knew – Shinedown
My Demons – Starset
Waking the Demon – Bullet for My Valentine
Everlong – Foo Fighters
Bully – Shinedown
Song of the Caged Bird – Lindsey Stirling



Warning: This book contains scenes depicting domestic abuse and non-consensual sex between spouses.

If you are involved in an abusive relationship, please seek help NOW. Talk to a friend or
family member, or contact a hotline. Nobody deserves to be abused.

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Book Review ~A Dangerous Reality


Title: A Dangerous Reality
Series:  The Bent Zealots MC #1
Author: Layla Wolfe
Reviewer: Nikki K
Stars:  4-1/2’s OOOOo (O’s for Orgasms)

A Dangerous Reality is not your mom’s MC book,  it’s hotter!

Turk and Lock are members of different MC’s and they are brought together  through circumstances unrelated to their clubs.  While their initial meeting was less than ideal,  it was an honest moment that opened the um…  backdoor (sorry I couldn’t  resist) for future rendezvous. 

The problems arise when their mutual attraction is discovered by a brother.  Forced to work together and do the bidding of another,  the two men go on a ride that takes twists and turns into kink,  moments of sheer passion and dips into fear.

Chapter one had me intrigued,  cringing and laughing my ass off.  I had to message Layla Wolfe immediately and scold her for making me  LOL at work.   The names of the MC brothers alone will have you chuckling while you read.  This was a great combination of fun,  intrigue and hot sex all rolled into one hot leather cut! 

My only complaint is I was not aware when I read this that it was a spin off of a traditional  MC series and now I need to read those too because I really dig these biker dudes. This is a stand alone, however the previous Bare Bones is about the Bare Bones MC that is featured in A Dangerous Reality. 

If you are not a fan of M/M or let’s say unconventional sexual  situations,  this book is not for you.  However,  if like me,  you enjoy reading this genre please don’t hesitate to pick up A Dangerous Reality,  it’s well worth the read.  

*I was given this book as an ARC for an honest review.

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A Dangerous Reality by Layla Wolfe

Author Layla Wolfe Cover revealTitle: A Dangerous Reality

Series:  (The Bent Zealots MC #1)

Author: Layla Wolfe

Reviewer: Tanya Rae

Stars:  4 OOOO’s (O’s for Orgasms)


Keep your lovers close—and your enemies in bed.
TURK: My club sent me to track him down. And when my mission was over, I never wanted another one again. When I found him, I kicked the crap out of Havelock Singer. I issued the mightiest beatdown of all time. Problem is, we’re evenly matched. We’re equals in every way, and when we finished whaling on each other, exhausted, we fell into each other’s arms.

I’ve never regretted it for an instant. It’s been the ride of my life. But loving another man in the MC world is a risky business. As if our business isn’t already brutal and ruthless enough, Lock’s homophobic sergeant-at-arms Stumpy gets an eyeful of our lovemaking and blackmails us into doing some of his dirty work, or be exposed for what we are—a couple of deviants.

This run into the Indian reservation is sleazy and beneath us, but now I’m cornered, and I’ll do anything to keep my sweet master Lock from being lynched by his club.

LOCK: When that kingpin Carmine Rojas got a load of my beautiful stallion Turk Blackburn, he’d stop at nothing to have him—and Rojas gets what he wants. It’s my fault we’re in this situation. I should’ve kicked Turk’s ass and sent him packing back to The Bare Bones. I wasn’t even close to being ready to come out, but now they’re forcing my hand.

I can hear my destiny calling me. Either I’ll slink back to my club like a hetero bounty hunter with no morals—and no respect from anyone in my own backyard—or I’ll step up to the plate and be the lion of the day.

Either way, my lover and I are screwed. Our clubs are going to hound us underground or into another country before we escape this mess—if we don’t die trying.

“Living off the grid and being an outlaw brings a dangerous reality.” –Ron Perlman

Publisher’s warning: This book is not for the faint of heart. It contains scenes of gay sex, consensual BDSM, illegal doings, dubious consent, and man-on-man violence.

Author Layla Wolfe teaser A Dangerous RealityTanya Rae’s Review:

I loved A Dangerous Reality it was definitely different from what I am used to. Oh I have read male/male books before and for those of you that don’t like reading this type book don’t. (Read Layla’s WARNING!) But, I do. That being said, This was a male/male MOTORCYCLE CLUB (MC) book. I guess that is what made it different for me. I love MC books with strong male leads and this book has it’s strong male leads too.

A Dangerous Reality is a spin off from The Bare Bones Series and this is book 1 in The Bent Zealots Series. This is Turk (VEEP of the MC club) & Lock’s (a bounty hunter) story. I loved the names that Layla has chosen for the MC members. There is a prospect called “Twinkletoes” & “Tinkerbell” the computer guy.

Oh did I say this book is HOT & sexy. Well it is. Again, read the warning before you try to read A Dangerous Reality. The Bent Zealots is a gay Motorcycle Club. I give A Dangerous Reality 4.0 stars and I look forward to reading more from Layla Wolfe. This ARC was received for an honest review.

Don’t read this book if you don’t like anything that is in the above WARNING!!!

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Author Layly Wolfe headshotAbout the Author:

Layla Wolfe is satisfied with a leather jacket, one bad-ass pink camo compound bow, and a vicarious outlaw lifestyle.

Layla has published 25+ erotic romance titles under the name Karen Mercury.

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Note from Tanya to Layla!

I just want to apologize to you Layla that it has taken me so long to review A Dangerous Reality.  You have been more than gracious with offering to let me read your book with no time line.  (Note for next time maybe I need a time line.)  Thank you so much for allowing me to read your book and I hope I do much better the next time.