Review: Lost (Darwin’s Theory #4) by Adrienne Wilder

Lost (Darwin's Theory, #4)

 

Peter and me, we’ve been through a lot over the past few days. Pete bit me, and then was kidnapped by Whitcomb-I-Used-To-Have-Clown-Hair. In my attempt to rescue Peter I was forced to break the promise I made, which went something along the lines of not setting anything on fire or blowing anything up.

Everything is okay now because Pete and I are safe inside the Gray Zone. Now all we have to do is to deal with Peter’s becoming Lesser-Bred. Because I can’t feed Pete, it means buying a Lesser-Bred whore who can. But Peter is still worried he’ll come after me so he’s asked me for a favor, and Peter has never asked me for anything, so it’s no surprise I can’t tell him no. Only, if I keep my word, if I do the thing Peter has asked me to do, there’s a chance it could kill him.

Warning: Graphic violence and sexual situations

Contains: m/m/m, anal sex, oral sex, graphic violence

 

REVIEW

This was so full of interesting twists. I’m really loving this series and it gets better and better.

This part of the series brought so much action and so unexpected events that I just couldn’t stop reading. At this point, I’m totally in love with Darwin and Peter’s relationship. I’m truly amazed by how both of them are willing to do so much for the other and to fight through everything that comes in their way to be together.

This has been the most exciting part so far. It had some great moments into their relationship too. It had a little of everything. The more I read about this story, the most I loved it.

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