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Saturday, August 20, 2011

Review – Dark Sun By M.J. O’Shea

Dark SUn

Title: Dark Sun

Author: M.J. O’Shea

Publisher: Loose id

Buy Link: Buy Dark Sun Here!

Rating: You Need To Read

Reviewed by: Layne


Lynx is the spoiled sheltered son of the Dragon Triad, a crime family that rules over futuristic New Seattle. When he gets separated from his cousins during an adventure in the seediest part of town, he meets the man of his dreams in a bar owned by the Phoenix Triad, his family’s bitter rivals. After a night spent in passion, his mysterious lover disappears and Lynx fears he’ll never find him again.

Orion has a secret. On the surface he’s the perfect son, a society prince, heir to the Phoenix Triad’s corporate throne. But in his other life he’s known as Katana -- thief, hacker, hero who steals from the triads to help the poor citizens of Bottom City. Orion knows the pretty Dragon he met in the bar that night is trouble, but he can’t forget the passion they shared.

So when the opportunity arises, Orion captures him and takes him on an adventure he’ll never forget. Will their love match survive the revelation of their true identities and the heat of their families' feud?


In Dark Sun, M. J. O’Shea blends awesome characters with great chemistry and an amazing plot beautifully.

New Seattle is ruled by triads, and Lynx Kovalenko is one of the privileged. In his home way up in the clouds, the dirty and seedy parts of the Bottom world doesn’t touch him. Until he gets lost and ends up in bed with the son of his father’s enemy.

Orion Leonias is also a son born of privilege, but under that smooth, carefully groomed façade he hides a secret identity. One that can hurt him and the man he’s coming to care for.

I really enjoyed this story. M. J. O’Shea did a great job in bringing the world she created to life. Great flow, dialogue and sigh-worthy love scenes. I hope there’s another chapter to this story, would love to revisit these two.

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