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REVIEW: Cyrus By Frey



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TITLE: Cyrus

AUTHOR:  Frey Ortega
SERIES:  The Kindred
GENRE: M/M Paranormal
LENGTH: 178 Pages
RELEASE DATE:  January 23 2017



A jaded creature of the night—immortal, blood-drinker, vampire…

Cyrus has lived millennia in solitude, a jaded creature of the night; immortal, a blood-drinker, vampire… He has long since given up hope of finding his Kindred, the other half of his soul. The one who will give meaning to his lonely existence and make the rest of eternity bearable.

A beautiful young man destined to be his Kindred…

Then fate delivers Bastien Durand, to Cyrus’s home—the Chateau Sanguine, an opulent gambling establishment in Monte Carlo. Within hours, his father lays dead and Bastien’s life is forever changed at the hands of a creature he never knew existed. Distraught and conflicted, he finds himself falling helplessly under Cyrus’ spell.

A cruel twist of fate…

Plans within plans threaten Bastien and Cyrus’ budding relationship. There are those determined to see Cyrus’ empire fall…by any means necessary. Can their love survive a bloody feud threatening not only their relationship, but the lives of the people around them? Or will they both pay the ultimate price for love?_________________________________________________________________________________

This is the first book in the Kindred Series and have fallen in love with another book by Frey Ortega The Characters are Vampires that have lived a long life and have become jaded in some views. We meet Bastian as he comes to the Casino with his father. Which is father is up to no good we find out what will Bastien due when he finds out that his father is gone and now his debt is owed to Cyrus. Cyrus is the head of his family and when he meets Bastien he is turn on is head. Can these two that fate has given to each other be able to overcome the odds that are stack against them and the ones that wish to destroy them?  Can’t wait to read more about Canute and his kindred. Highly recommend this book and can’t wait for the next one which I hope is soon