- By Gale Stanley

Damian and the Doctor

  • Title: Damian and the Doctor
  • Author: Gale Stanley
  • ISBN: 9781627402910
  • Page: 206
  • Format: ebook
  • Damian and the Doctor Siren Classic ManLove Erotic Alternative Paranormal Romance M M with M F elements vampires shape shifters HEA Damian Starling a scarred and reclusive vampire believes no man will ever be able t

    Siren Classic ManLove Erotic Alternative Paranormal Romance, M M, with M F elements, vampires, shape shifters, HEA Damian Starling, a scarred and reclusive vampire, believes no man will ever be able to look past his damaged face and love him When Damian is put in charge of a captured wolf, he enjoys the growing friendship between him and an animal that doesn t care what Siren Classic ManLove Erotic Alternative Paranormal Romance, M M, with M F elements, vampires, shape shifters, HEA Damian Starling, a scarred and reclusive vampire, believes no man will ever be able to look past his damaged face and love him When Damian is put in charge of a captured wolf, he enjoys the growing friendship between him and an animal that doesn t care what he looks like Damian is ordered to get the wolf to shift, but he s torn He wants to know the man inside the animal, but Damian fears if the lycan sheds his fur, he ll turn away in disgust.Doc Alder, a lycan physician, knows the vampires have some sinister plan for him, but he intends to go down fighting as a wolf Nothing can persuade him to shift to human form until a scarred vampire gains his trust Doc shifts, and what started as friendship turns to blazing passion The men fight their growing feelings, but soon learn that some bonds can never be broken.

    1 thought on “Damian and the Doctor

    1. I am rather disappointed with this installment of this series. The whole story was rushed and going in a couple of different directions at once and, like the other books, it ends with no resolution of anything. At least half of this book was about Abby and the sick fuck Ethan. The sex scene with Abby and Ethan's human surprised me and was there for no discernible reason other than to throw in a sex scene. I feel like there was no development in the relationship of Doc and Damian. I actually feel [...]

    2. This one wasn't as good as the others. The ending felt rushed and incomplete. I know this is a series but I'm starting to loose interest. Now we have 4 pairs of mates held in prison so to speak. I hope in the next book they escape. Its way past the point they escape and fight. This book was not even really about Damian and Doc. They only took up maybe one fourth of the book. It had to many point of views for such a short story. One of the characters didn't even have anything to do with the plot [...]

    3. I've consolidated my thoughts on books 2-6 in the series and posted it here: my review of Symbiotic Mates #6 - Lane and the Lycans.

    4. DNF @ 40%Not only was I already about to toss in the towel on this series but this particular installment has quite a few problems that really bothered me, enough to want to go ahead and not finish (even after I feel like I've invested all that time into the previous books). The person getting most of the page time (and even romantic and sexual time!) was the lady doctor. I'm just not into lady parts, even though I actually like this girl. Also, it felt strange that the story was supposed to be [...]

    5. I'm so glad to be done with this. The author blow it. Big time. Too bad, since this series holded such promise. Boy, the only thing that did was to be a big waste of time. I wont do it again with one of G. Stanley books, thats for sure. What i dont understand is how some ppl rated it with more than 1 star. Is a "minus" few stars from me.

    6. Well this book was laughably bad. The character are cardboards and the writing is shallow. The baddies are stereotypical evil bad guys :-( damn i'd hoped for more

    7. How did anyone rate this four or five stars, in a 120 pages book maybe 45 pages of it was Damian and the doctor, the rest was from Abbi's (ethans sister) point of view and was kinda mf. There was even a five or so page scene from some human name lane's point of view. If the book had been longer I would have no prob. With four points of view but for such a short book it doesn't work And also why not just make an entire book from Abbi point of view instead of doing half of a mm book from her poin [...]

    8. This was a hard one to rate. It jumped around from 1 Star to 5 Stars - see below if you want to know why.Overall, this is an entertaining and unique series about vampires and wolf shifters, which I really enjoyed. I read books 1-7, which are all that are out so far. I'm glad I already had them all because it was only through Book 7 that all the MC's were left without any main open issues. If you stop at Book #6 - then you would have a group of MC's still separated and I, personally, would have b [...]

    9. Many thoughts on this one. I liked the parts with Damian and Doc but they were only 50% of the book. There was a lot of Abbi and a scene with some girly bits that I totally wasn't expecting. The book also just ended, very unexpectedlyThe Epilogue whore wasn't satisfied with the ending but the book was still really good, which is why I'm looking forward to reading the next one.

    10. I don't so much mind the MF in my MM salad as this point I'm really really hoping the series will start giving me a bit more as in more at the end and can we please find out what the fuck is actually going on with the mates not just Fuck and then say I love you

    11. This book focused more on Abbi, the vampire doctor, then on the two MCs. Would've liked more story on Damian and Doc.

    12. **2.5-3 stars*I have to agree with a lot of my peeps, this 4th book in the series was just too much about the female doctor and not enough about the intended pairing.

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