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Pete has a pretty good life these days: a job he likes, friends, and a boyfriend who accepts him as he is. But despite all this, life isn't without its challenges — and dangers. a Men of the ESRB novel takes place after "KEEP" and contains the same characters gay paranormal fiction 66,000 words The Extra Sensory Regulatory Bureau rates talented individuals like empaths Pete has a pretty good life these days: a job he likes, friends, and a boyfriend who accepts him as he is. But despite all this, life isn't without its challenges — and dangers. a Men of the ESRB novel takes place after "KEEP" and contains the same characters gay paranormal fiction 66,000 words The Extra Sensory Regulatory Bureau rates talented individuals like empaths and clairvoyants. They have special gifts — and often some extra burdens that go along with them. The ESRB takes care of its own, but these guys still have a lot to figure out about life — and love. Stay tuned for more tales from the men of the ESRB.


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Pete has a pretty good life these days: a job he likes, friends, and a boyfriend who accepts him as he is. But despite all this, life isn't without its challenges — and dangers. a Men of the ESRB novel takes place after "KEEP" and contains the same characters gay paranormal fiction 66,000 words The Extra Sensory Regulatory Bureau rates talented individuals like empaths Pete has a pretty good life these days: a job he likes, friends, and a boyfriend who accepts him as he is. But despite all this, life isn't without its challenges — and dangers. a Men of the ESRB novel takes place after "KEEP" and contains the same characters gay paranormal fiction 66,000 words The Extra Sensory Regulatory Bureau rates talented individuals like empaths and clairvoyants. They have special gifts — and often some extra burdens that go along with them. The ESRB takes care of its own, but these guys still have a lot to figure out about life — and love. Stay tuned for more tales from the men of the ESRB.

30 review for SURE

  1. 4 out of 5

    True Loveislovereview

    SURE a copy given by the author. I'm so grateful, thank you so much Hollis. After reading KEEP I wondered if I could step into SURE without looking back in the first one. Nope not necessary the first pages told me everything I wanted to know and that was really great. Pete and Ellery an empath and a clairvoyant. They both work for The Shardwell Group a department of ESRB: The Extra Sensory Regulatory Bureau The writing is so clean and straight and so stabile and solid, it's a sort of a facilitation. SURE a copy given by the author. I'm so grateful, thank you so much Hollis. After reading KEEP I wondered if I could step into SURE without looking back in the first one. Nope not necessary the first pages told me everything I wanted to know and that was really great. Pete and Ellery an empath and a clairvoyant. They both work for The Shardwell Group a department of ESRB: The Extra Sensory Regulatory Bureau The writing is so clean and straight and so stabile and solid, it's a sort of a facilitation. You know it's good even at a few % in the book. The story is from Pete's pov. He is an analyzer and that is a great part of this journey. You will read lots and lots of analizing be aware of that! Because he knew he knew everything!! (In his own words: I always fucking knew) They are absolutely not flawless but o so perfect together. Pete is a short guy and Ellery even shorter they had both a very high anxiety level about their circumstances but on the other side they are attractive handsome, endearing and strong and blessed (and cursed) with their qualities and skills. Pete always feels the sexual attraction men have to him. In the past he made bad decisions. Now with Ellery he found his other part. You will find no explicit sexual described parts in this book. There is a bunch of sex but no details. Ellery is very vulnerable, his past was an awful one, and the more Pete understands himself he's also vulnerable, but for each other they move the earth. They are always on the edge of tumbling and spiraling down. Their love is strong, Ellery's visions of their relationship makes them strong and Pete's empathy is a caretaker. Their interaction is one on a high level. The characters are very developed. The world inside ESRB is one you can't imagine. They are powerful, undercover. They understand the world of empath and clair. They protect to the extreme. They create a cocoon. Because of Pete's and Ellery's qualities other firms try to secrete them from their office. With or without violence. Outside there is a powerful dangerous force. And on one holiday break in Switzerland there is the force again only when they met it's so different what you would expect. The world still want something from Pete and Ellery. It's a convincing world they live in. For me it was a sort of homecoming I really really enjoyed it very much. For others maybe to much analizing for me it was perfect. In this category a big 5 star and if you like the blurb and this review I highly recommend it.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Midia

    This book follows the story of the last book's MC (Pete & Ellery). I felt like too much things were going on (view spoiler)[between seeing all of Pete's exes/fuck buddies, the asshole fuck buddy Damon/ Jeff's problems, the kidnappingS, of introduction of Martin... it was too much, i would have appreciated the book better if Martin would have been introduced because of what happens with Damon, same with the kidnappings (hide spoiler)] but at least, Pete & Ellery have the HEA In the prevous book i This book follows the story of the last book's MC (Pete & Ellery). I felt like too much things were going on (view spoiler)[between seeing all of Pete's exes/fuck buddies, the asshole fuck buddy Damon/ Jeff's problems, the kidnappingS, of introduction of Martin... it was too much, i would have appreciated the book better if Martin would have been introduced because of what happens with Damon, same with the kidnappings (hide spoiler)] but at least, Pete & Ellery have the HEA In the prevous book i didn't like (at all!) the first 50% of the book but i like the last part. Here i just thought, too much was going on to really appreciate the MC's story... Now the i've read the first books of the serie, i want to read books 4 & 5 (which are already released) but i am not that hopeful with the quality... After i read books 4 & 5, i will edit this post to inform if i would advise continuing the serie Edit: Book 4 is way better Edit 2: Book 5 was boring

  3. 5 out of 5

    Amber

    Low three stars for this one. The blurb doesn't say too much about what the plot is about which for the most part is a re-run of people trying to get at Pete and Ellery with a side of a supped up empathy named Martin. What I had a very had time with in the book was Pete's internal dialogue. We are treated to a re-hash of what felt like EVERYTHING from the last book in detail. Pete goes over every relationship and stomps on them in a couple of different ways in his head. Then for fun we get to se Low three stars for this one. The blurb doesn't say too much about what the plot is about which for the most part is a re-run of people trying to get at Pete and Ellery with a side of a supped up empathy named Martin. What I had a very had time with in the book was Pete's internal dialogue. We are treated to a re-hash of what felt like EVERYTHING from the last book in detail. Pete goes over every relationship and stomps on them in a couple of different ways in his head. Then for fun we get to see him go over them again later in the book. The obsessive monologues about Kevin not wanting to have sex with him but his love for the man drove me nut eventually. This book spends way too much time with Pete mulling things over that I just get tired of it after a while.

  4. 4 out of 5

    MrsRae

    I absolutely loved Keep, and couldn't wait to read what happened next. Sure didn't disappoint! Not only did I get some closure with a few of the other characters from Keep, but the lovers kept my interest in Sure. The characters are so well developed in these books, and I love how much they grow as people and in their relationships. I would definitely recommend this series to any of my M/M loving friends. I absolutely loved Keep, and couldn't wait to read what happened next. Sure didn't disappoint! Not only did I get some closure with a few of the other characters from Keep, but the lovers kept my interest in Sure. The characters are so well developed in these books, and I love how much they grow as people and in their relationships. I would definitely recommend this series to any of my M/M loving friends.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Erebia

    Sometimes a bit too much repetitive rambling. Apart from that, great book in a really good series.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Fanie

  7. 4 out of 5

    Aiisha

  8. 5 out of 5

    Julie Norris

  9. 5 out of 5

    Jen

  10. 5 out of 5

    Kim

  11. 5 out of 5

    DTBrazil

  12. 5 out of 5

    Pennynickel

  13. 5 out of 5

    De3De3

  14. 5 out of 5

    Dante

  15. 5 out of 5

    Sharon Lynn

  16. 5 out of 5

    A.C.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Carma

  18. 4 out of 5

    Kristen L. Abbey

  19. 5 out of 5

    B Gilliam

  20. 5 out of 5

    Teresa

  21. 4 out of 5

    Bluesimplicity

  22. 4 out of 5

    Jenny George

  23. 4 out of 5

    Lyn Watts

  24. 5 out of 5

    Melissa

  25. 4 out of 5

    Carey

  26. 5 out of 5

    Debfirpo

  27. 5 out of 5

    Carina

  28. 4 out of 5

    Drac

  29. 4 out of 5

    Danielle

  30. 5 out of 5

    Cathy Hope

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