Author: A.J. Llewellyn
Website of Publisher: www.extasybooks.com
Genre: Romance, Paranormal, Contemporary, Gay/Lesbian, GBLT
Publication Date: May 2009
Length: 146 Pages
On a mission to find Lopaka’s father, he and Kimo are still on the run from the Kahuna council who is determined to take their toddler son away from them for mystical training. Having fled from Diura, they’re now on their way to Samoa to find the man who abandoned his family for a cannibal king.
Having lived in Samoa, Paden, now Keneti, hasn’t laid eyes on the children he left behind when he chose his new husband over the wife he already had, since they were very small. Is he happy to be reminded of that life when Kimo and Lopaka find him? Will he stand between the Council and the young grandson he didn’t even know existed?
Being a big fan of Mr. Llewellyn’s works, this one is just as good; except for the length of time it takes to bring Paden (Keneti) fully into the story. The life of love that Kimo and Lopaka have is
something all of us dream of finding, yet basically I thought more interaction between them and Paden would have been great. I know it’s a series and must have that open ending for the next one to slide into, I was simply disappointed to have it end as abruptly as it did. The sex, however, is still just as hot as it was in the beginning.
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2 thoughts on “REVIEW: The Cannibal King’s Husband by A.J. Llewellyn from eXtasy Books”
Ms. Sassy Brit! Just wanna say hiii and wowie what a cover on that book!
Hi Witch Giggles,
Thanks for the review of The Cannibal King's Husband. I really appreciate it!
The next chapter in the Phantom Lover series, Na Hiku is now out and it is all about Paden.
Hope you enjoy it…and Eleni, yasou!
My gorgeous cover model is Adam Killian…as nice as he is HOT!