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Saturday, September 12, 2020

Review: After Vertigo

 


After Vertigo by Amanda Meuwissen
LGBTQ+ Paranormal Romance


Heroes aren’t born, they’re made – sometimes reluctantly.

In a flash, the world changed. A solar flare—later dubbed Vertigo—activated the DNA of more than half the world’s people, granting them special abilities. Brilliant scientist Benjamin Krane might be Powerless, but his inventions are the only thing giving the police a fighting chance against super-powered evil. Ben doesn’t have much of a life beyond work, and when he gets wind of a robbery one evening, he decides to test his newest invention personally….

A thief, rogue, and shameless flirt, Grey Miller—aka the Streak—likes shiny things, but he doesn’t hurt people. When Ben catches him—and proposes they team up against the real bad guys—Grey doesn’t know whether it’s the offer or the man he can’t resist. But one thing’s for sure—they’re an ideal match in more ways than one.

With a psychotic supervillain’s catastrophic plan moving forward and everyone he cares about in danger, now might not be the best time for Ben to give in to Grey’s seduction, no matter how tempting. Grey is a man of secrets, and if Ben wants a future with him, he’ll have to learn to trust Grey—and himself.



4 out of 5 fairies

After Vertigo isn't your typical superhero story. Ben is so sweet and geeky, a perfect balance to Grey's outgoing and sometimes cheeky personality. You'll get wrapped up in their story as they try to stop a supervillain together, while Grey draws Ben out of his shell a little. A great if at times sci-fi tale with a little romance thrown in that you won't want to stop reading.




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About the Author: Amanda Meuwissen is a bisexual and happily married 35-year-old geek. Primarily an M/M romance author with a focus on urban fantasy, she has a Bachelor of Arts in a personally designed Creative Writing major from St. Olaf College and is an avid consumer of fiction through film, prose, and video games. Amanda lives in Minneapolis, MN, with her husband, John, and their cat, Helga.


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