4 Stars for To Catch a Threeve by Alexis Duran – #MM Romance #Fantasy #Erotic @AlexisSDuran

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Title: To Catch a Threeve
Author Name: Alexis Duran
Publication Date & Length: October 20, 2014 – 136 pgs


Axel Blackwood catches a thief and is astounded to see that he closely resembles Liam Alloway, the love he lost seven years ago in an attack by the evil woodland folk known as threeves. Axel suspects he’s fallen prey to dark magic, but can’t help becoming infatuated with his prisoner. He’s overwhelmed with the hope that he can at last bring his lost lover home, despite everything that warns him it’s all a diabolical trick. 

Bryn Darrow, the half-threeve, half human orphan sent to trick Axel and rob him of much more than a simple gem finds himself equally as fascinated with his handsome human captor and the lure of someplace to call home, but he knows deep down that the constable is in love with a dangerous illusion. When he’s commanded by the threeves to murder Axel and steal a witch’s powerful grimoire, he’s forced to decide between the only family he’s ever known and the one person who might rescue him from a life of isolation and pain.

 Will Axel and Bryn be forced into a deadly confrontation before they can discover the truth?



Axel Blackwood has a name you’d expect and a heroic heart to match. In To Catch a Threeve, he’s mourning his long-lost love Liam, killed by threeves seven years ago. Deep in the forest, he and his companion are set upon by a lone threeve who looks just like Liam!
Duran is clever, though, he discounts the possibility of a true resurrection quickly, so the reader doesn’t spend the whole book scoffing. Instead it’s two coming of age tales, two men trying to decide who they want to be regardless of who they’re expected to be.
The setting, some medieval magical place, is of no real import. And the book is a little <I>nicer</I> than I thought it would be. Aside from a few fantasy battles and a torture scene, of course. There’s nothing too dark, nothing too heavy or atmospheric.
The sex is hot and plentiful. The twists and turns make sense and the end is supremely satisfying. This is a great one-shot book for a bathtub or a rainy night. I was happy to read it.
C.E. Case


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“What are you, Bryn Darrow?” Axel asked.

“Wish I knew,” Bryn answered, shaking his head and chuckling. “You can go on pretending I’m this Liam person if you want.”

“If you ever try to act like Liam again, I’ll let Drummond lop your head off. He’s itching to, you know.”

“You started it,” Bryn snapped. “And now you’re getting friendly again.”

Axel jerked his hands away from Bryn’s back as if he’d been burned. “I’m looking for your clan sign. Why’d you remove it?”

“Looking with your fingers instead of your eyes? Don’t get me wrong. I don’t mind it.” Bryn looked over his shoulder with that annoying, delectable smile. Only the memory of being spelled senseless stopped Axel from resuming his exploration of Bryn’s skin, kissing his neck, pushing him down into the grass—


Alexis Duran was born and raised in the Pacific Northwest. At the University of Oregon, her fascination with people and relationships led her to major in Sociology, but her main love has always been creative writing.  She’s worked in museums, fashion, finance and film production. Her favorite job so far was Administrative Assistant in a haunted Victorian Mansion.  She’s had several short stories published in the mystery, horror and literary genres and is the author of the Masters and Mages erotic fantasy series.  Her fiction has won several awards including the Rupert Hughes Award from the Maui Writers Conference. She lives with one dog and four and half cats.  She is currently working on the next Masters and Mages novella and several other erotic novellas.


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