Temptation’s Inferno; Inferno (Series)
by Kat Mizera (Author)
This review is from: April 15, 2017 By Kay Daniels (Kindle Edition-Goodreads)
Temptation’s Inferno starts out blazing hot. The heat level between Jamie and Viggo is off the charts. How off the charts? For the most part the intimacy you experience is when Jamie and Viggo kiss. That’s right. Kiss. Yes, other juicy bits happen too, but for as hot as things get, Jamie and Viggo don’t breach the ultimate trusting level until later in the book.
Kat Mizera does an incredible job pulling you in and drowning you in Jamie and Viggo’s kisses, touches, and just plain old intimacy. Before you know it your panties have melted right off your body and whew, the temperature is rising even as I’m recalling their lips locking.
Kat also wasn’t afraid to touch on a sensitive subject; hate crime, without it affecting her storyline. In fact it was an integral part of her story and helped solidify the love and relationship between the two men. She even gives the reader a fair warning before you dive in to the story. It is brutal and she doesn’t dance around or make light of what happens.
The LBGTQ community has come a long way in the past few years, yet there are still a large number of people who are intolerant. Not only was Jaime struggling with his own feelings for Viggo, the only man he’s ever had feelings for, but he also falls victim to a hate crime because of his growing love. It makes you wonder if Jamie will run or will he stay and fight.
The book was well written from the perspective of a man who was struggling to find out who he was. Not in labeling himself, but in coming to the realization that he was in love for the first time in his life and it happened to be with his best friend. It wasn’t about sexuality, but it was about being a human being in love.
Viggo was the perfect counterbalance to Jamie’s very indecisive mood swings. He understood how hard it was in dealing with his own sexuality when he came out and as such was ever patient with Jamie. That man deserved a medal for putting up with Jamie at times, but he so frankly stated that you stay by, good or bad, the person you love. They were perfect for one another.
For a story that could have teetered over the edge and blown matters out of proportion if given the chance, Temptation’s Inferno was excellent and hot as hell to boot.