Author: Zathyn Priest
Publisher: Wilde City
Cover Artist: Zathyn Priest
Rating: 4.0 of 5 Stars
Publication Date: 06/01/2016
Length: Novella (~ 15K-50K)
When self-confessed player, Brandon Faulkner, arranges to meet three different Goth guys over the course of one weekend, he isn’t expecting to meet someone like ‘Enigma’. Enigma isn’t like anyone Brandon’s met before. He’s unpredictable, volatile and… well, downright weird! To make matters worse, the gorgeous Enigma isn’t at all impressed with Brandon, and is unafraid to crush the man’s ego at every opportunity. For the first time in his life, Brandon has to work hard to win the guy. Will Brandon agree to Enigma’s left of centre, bizarre requests? Or will the player get played?
I have a soft spot for Zathyn Priest, I really enjoy his writing and artwork.
Left of Centre starts well, and seems rather straightforward. Brandon plays the field, and is very shallow and actually vaguely dislikeable. Enter Enigma, who sees him for what he is, and plays him at this own game !
Enigma is hilarious and unpredictable, and Brandon finds that he is questioning his attitudes, and maybe he doesn’t like what he sees.
For a short book this manages to hook you in, and Brandon’s emotional change, caused by Enigma is believable, and Enigma himself is a terrific character.
I would like to thank the publisher for providing me with the eARC of this title in exchange for my honest opinion.
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