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Review by Tammy Smith
I can’t imagine what it would be like to grow up a part of a family where you know at least one member hates you so much they’re willing to kill you just because you’re different. Unfortunately, this happens all too often and a lot of the victims are not as lucky as Zeke. They are either dead or so broken there really isn’t a lot left to put back together. A Subtle Breeze is the perfect way to start a very in depth look at the many facets of McKinton and the way the spirits who live there help the living. * I received an ARC through Love Bytes Reviews for a fair and honest review.
Review by The Romance Reviews
I was completely spellbound by Zeke and Brendon's story and completely outraged on their behalf…talk about evil, someone should take his enemies and ties them up in an anthill…for eternity. I can't wait for my next visit to the fascinating town of McKinton and its wonderful characters.
Review by MM Good Book Reviews
Well written and intriguing this amazing story draws you into the lives of two men who despite the odds fight to be together. It was emotional at times and mysterious at others. I loved the entire book, but then again I love all of Bailey’s books. Highly recommended.
Review by Rainbow Book Reviews
A Subtle Breeze includes everything that a love story should have—two handsome, sexy, amazing men, love, passion, and adds a touch of the supernatural. It also has anger, hate, violence, angst, and justice. Little in life is written in black and white and Bailey's characters depict this idea; their actions are exciting, frustrating, unforgiving, hateful, compassionate, and enlightening. Each one of them moved me either to tears or anger depending upon the situation. Of all of Bailey's books I've read, this one has left me with the best impression. Not only did she write a passionate, exciting love story, but she also covered the serious subject of gay bashing and hate crimes. If you're half the hopeless romantic that I am, you'll thoroughly enjoy reading this book.
Review by Inked Rainbow Reads
Now this book has some very hot scenes from the get-go.. A lot of really hot scenes, which usually I am not a fan of but in this novella it works. I can't be the only one that finds it so sweet that his ghost visitor still visits him too makes sure he is okay. I loved the paranormal aspect to this story too! All together I really liked this novella and would definitely recommend it!
Review by GGR Review
OMG! These two could make rabbits go green eyed with jealousy!!! There was so much passion and sizzling energy between these two guys, it was amazing! The characters in this story were well established and the author executed his story sensitively and with compassion. The dialogue between characters was engaging too. A short and fast story, you will find yourself immersed in romance, eroticism, drama, suspense, friendship and …a sense of belonging. The end was just sweet, leaving me sighing happily.
Review by Queercentric Books
This book steams up right from the beginning and doesn’t let you come down for a breather until the end. It definitely left me randy and ready for the next book...it’s a wonder my book didn’t catch fire!
Review by Archaeolibrarian
I really enjoyed this story! It was hot, sad, horrifying and romantic. The mischievous spirit, who only showed up when needed, was brilliant and, together with the reactions from the various people, made me laugh out loud on more than one occasion.
Review by Crystal's Many Reviewers
It turns out that A Subtle Breeze was the perfect beginning to the newly revised and rereleased series and I absolutely loved the way the author crafted the contemporary M/M romance with touches of the paranormal. As this is the first installment in the series, there is a bit of world building as the reader is introduced to the town of McKinton, Texas and the characters important to this and the next few books, but not so much as to drag the story out unnecessarily. I thoroughly enjoyed A Subtle Breeze and am already looking forward to reading the next book in the series, When the Dead Speak, so I can find out what’s in store for Sheriff Stenley.