Reviewed by Roberta
TITLE: Suck the Savage Beasts
SERIES: Sons of Outlaws Book 3
AUTHOR: James Cox
PUBLISHER: Evernight Publishing
LENGTH: 95 Pages
Release Date: January 16, 2017
Sons of Outlaws, 3
Earth beasts are sexier than he expected…
Welliver is a scientist first and an Outlaw MC member second. He’s the smartest man in the crew that’s exploring Earth to create a new home. But when a monster attacks them and he’s separated from the crew, he is saved by a savage and sexy beast.
The beast doesn’t remember his name. He was sent to the Earth prison when he was a boy and left behind when the prison was evacuated. Beast has spent nearly twenty years alone on Earth, trying to survive this dangerous world. He’s the best hope humans have for staying alive with these new threats.
Beast doesn’t understand it’s not okay to lick strangers, or the whole wearing clothes thing, but neither man is prepared for the attraction between them. Welliver will have to pull on his Outlaw MC heritage to endure the wilds of Earth but how will survive the savage beast?
Be Warned: m/m sex
So, this is the third book in the 5 book series and I have to say that I love that this is a running arc in this series. The Earthquake and the assignation attempt on the President of Mars, Justice.
This installment is based on Welliver trip back to earth in order to see if they can find a place to settle and survive. Welliver is this genius young man whose father and sister are along for the ride to see if they can help save the people of Mars.
Welliver comes crashing into this installment as the shuttle they are in is barreling to earth and it’s coming in hot and fast!! Welliver is this wonderfully fun and lightly snarky character that I really enjoyed reading. He’s smart and yet as this really smart guy (and he knows it!!) he’s not really that much of a social kind of guy. He’s slightly awkward and that just makes me like him all the more.
Welliver and crew land on earth and they are trying to set up their base camp and keep safe from the horrible octopus creatures, when he’s saved my this man…who takes a real fancy to him. I like the way that Welliver handles his attraction to Beast and the way that he’s still focused on the issues at hand.
Beast…now I really like him. He’s been on his own for 20 years without any human companionship and has managed to survive. I like that Beast claimed Welliver almost immediately and didn’t take any guff from anyone. Beast is dangerous because he had to be…to survive alone with those horrible octopus thingyies…I liked that he found a way to survive and even not remembering his name…he still retained his humanity.
This was another wonderful installment in this series and I have to say that the only part that really kills me are that these stories are so darn short, but for being this short…they pack a hell of a punch!! Great installment and I’m looking forward to what happens next!!