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Deep Deception ✅ [PDF / Epub] ☉ Deep Deception By Z.A. Maxfield ⚣ – Buyprobolan50.co.uk He ll give up everything for his immortal lover except his humanityLeave a note and slip away to Paris alone, Adin thought It ll prove to his vampire lover he doesn t need supervision, Adin thought He ll give up everything for his immortal lover except his humanityLeave a note and slip away to Paris alone, Adin thought It ll prove to his vampire lover he doesn t need supervision, Adin thought Instead, Adin lands in a surreal situation that isn t going to endear him to Donte At AllAs he awaits an old foe, Ned Harwiche III, for a prearranged meeting, Adin is head butted, tossed into the back of a car then gets the chance to acquire an artifact Harwiche had been bidding onAdin jumps at it, if only as payback for all the dirty tricks Harwiche has pulled over the years To his horror, the artifact turns out to be an adolescent boy named BranSickened, Adin vows to help the boy out, but like Donte like a lot of the world Adin never knew existed Bran isn t at all what he seems to be While Donte and Adin negotiate the meaning of the word forever , Bran is running out of time Especially when tragedy and betrayal pit Adin s long cherished beliefs against Donte s love Product Warnings Contains a gothed up college professor armed with guyliner which is a big problem when you re up against a little monster and an old vampire who doesn t like his lover out of reach Not that he can t administer discipline from afar.


10 thoughts on “Deep Deception

  1. Bookwatcher Bookwatcher says:

    Two words my description of this book fucking amazing Sorry for my lack of education But is trueWell, first of all this books isdark than the first I laugh in few scenes, while reading I laugh a lot Second, if you don t read the first book this one will be impossible to understand.Third, I hate some strange parts of this book image error Like, why Adin gave wine to a minor He is nuts To a 14 years old boy WINE And guys this book is HOT But I can t spoil the story, a Two words my description of this book fucking amazing Sorry for my lack of education But is trueWell, first of all this books isdark than the first I laugh in few scenes, while reading I laugh a lot Second, if you don t read the first book this one will be impossible to understand.Third, I hate some strange parts of this book image error Like, why Adin gave wine to a minor He is nuts To a 14 years old boy WINE And guys this book is HOT But I can t spoil the story, and will finish here my review.No wait WTF Tell me, what David Hasselhoff was thinking Picture, naked, with pups Baby dogs That s sick He is a siiiiiiick man Back to the book review, 5 stars and it s a pity I hardly find a book so marvelous as this one regardless some imperfections I loved this book And now I can t wait to read


  2. Elizabetta Elizabetta says:

    2.5 starsThis started off well enough The romance between Donte and Adin is sweet and erotic But I dunno I kept wanting this togo somewhereThe story is wrapped up around the mystery of a young boy, Bran, who falls under Adin s charge Who is he what is he Why is he worth so much to the dark and nefarious forces lurking in the story These questions waft about while we get lots of scenes of Adin and Donte pining for each other or entwined in each other The mystery gets strung out lon 2.5 starsThis started off well enough The romance between Donte and Adin is sweet and erotic But I dunno I kept wanting this togo somewhereThe story is wrapped up around the mystery of a young boy, Bran, who falls under Adin s charge Who is he what is he Why is he worth so much to the dark and nefarious forces lurking in the story These questions waft about while we get lots of scenes of Adin and Donte pining for each other or entwined in each other The mystery gets strung out longer than I d like, and this becomesof a vampire soap opera view spoiler In fact, those dark forces chasing down Bran never really amount to anything hide spoiler It s all ultimately a let down, especially in the end when we find what the story s real purpose is view spoiler Adin will he go over to the dark side, or won t he hide spoiler These vamps err too much on the schmoopy side Bring on some danger some fang gnashing some blood letting It s all so civilized Finally, just when an enraged Donte whips out his mighty katana, they all talk it out Sheesh.I shouldn t be surprised, though I wasn t super enad with the first book Notturno and dragged my feet to read this sequel suspectingof the same I ve liked a lot of this author s stuff her contemporary attempts areto my liking, I m thinking


  3. Caz Caz says:

    I ve given this a C for content and a C for narration at AudioGals, so 3.5 stars overall.There are spoilers for the first book in the Deep series, Deep Desire in this review.When five hundred year old vampire Donte Fedelt and his human lover Adin Tredeger embarked upon a relationship at the end of Deep Desire, it was clear that the road to Happily Ever After wasn t going to be an easy one, not least because of Adin s emphatic refusal to allow Donte to turn him into a vampire so that they can I ve given this a C for content and a C for narration at AudioGals, so 3.5 stars overall.There are spoilers for the first book in the Deep series, Deep Desire in this review.When five hundred year old vampire Donte Fedelt and his human lover Adin Tredeger embarked upon a relationship at the end of Deep Desire, it was clear that the road to Happily Ever After wasn t going to be an easy one, not least because of Adin s emphatic refusal to allow Donte to turn him into a vampire so that they can be together for all time For Adin, It s life is my journey And without its beginning, its middle and its end, I m not ever going to be the man I was born to be and he is content to be with Donte for the time allotted to him However, this isn t the only issue causing friction between them in Deep Deception Adin is fed up with Donte continually treating him as though he needs constant supervision He accepts that the supernatural world he is discovering contains previously un thought of dangers, and he d hoped, after months of self defence classes and constant lecturing, that Donte would realise he doesn t need to be so protective but after yet another spat, Adin decides he needs some breathing space, and slips away to Paris to attend an auction, leaving his lover a note I ll be back but you re going to have to get used to letting me come and go You can read the rest of this review at AudioGals


  4. CrabbyPatty CrabbyPatty says:

    Deep Deception is the second book in Z.A Maxfield s The Deep Series, following Deep Desire and preceding Deep Deliverance Please note it s not a standalone book Characters from Deep Desire make an appearance in Deep Deception as well mainly Boaz, Donte, Santos, Edward, Tuan and Ned.Deep Deception begins, appropriately enough, in a cemetery where Adin is meeting Ned Harwiche, his rival in bidding wars over antique artifacts In a case of mistaken identity, Adin is thrown in the back of a car Deep Deception is the second book in Z.A Maxfield s The Deep Series, following Deep Desire and preceding Deep Deliverance Please note it s not a standalone book Characters from Deep Desire make an appearance in Deep Deception as well mainly Boaz, Donte, Santos, Edward, Tuan and Ned.Deep Deception begins, appropriately enough, in a cemetery where Adin is meeting Ned Harwiche, his rival in bidding wars over antique artifacts In a case of mistaken identity, Adin is thrown in the back of a car and brought to see the merchandise Ned is negotiating over a young boy in iron chains Why does Ned Harwiche want this boy Is the boy Bran human or something else The plot definitely holds your interest as Adin attempts to discover the mystery behind Bran He is frustrated that Bran doesn t know what he is, but as Boaz points out, how do any of us know what we are We learn from our parents, we learn from our history we do not develop and mature in a void.Donte and Adin s relationship remains as steamy as ever, but this book delves further into the problems inherent in their relationship Adin doesn t want eternal life, but wants Donte and doesn t quite realize he can t have things both ways The strength of this book is how it explores the hard truths behind how the vampire world really works, and how humans are strangers in a strange land at best My only problem with the book was how darn irritating Adin can be But having read the third book, I ll warn you that he doesn t get much better. I received an ARC from Samhain Publishing, via GayBook Reviews, in exchange for an honest review.Review also posted at GayBook Reviews Check it out


  5. Jacq ~ Jacq ~ says:

    Yep loved it Yep loved it


  6. Kathleen Kathleen says:

    Great addition to the seriesThe first third of the book took a bit to get used to We have Bran sorting through Adin s memory and dreams, nefarious entities wreaking havoc wherever Adin travels, and the ever mysterious Donte just being Donte The pace finally evens out, the plot starts to reveal itself, and mostly all hell breaks loose Adin discoversabout the world than he ever wanted to know Well written, great world building, beautiful prose, meaty characters Highly recommended.


  7. M& M& says:

    There is an occasional sex scene in this installment, but don t look for the continuation of the romance Most of the story is mystery suspense saving a kidnapped boy, finding out his identity and trying to stay a step ahead of the bad guys Pretty much all the issues in the book remain unresolved, with a couple of fresh ones thrown in at the end We must have book three Soon 3.5 stars


  8. Daesy Daesy says:

    After the not so happy feelings I had while reading the first book, I really wanted to stop reading this series, but then I would need to add these books to the graveyard of others that met the same end, so here I m keeping reading this, still hoping it will be better, and really wishing the pages were shorter Grm This book wasn t better than the previous, there were many scenes that made me cringe, like the one where they used blood as lubeFUC ING GROSS Adin tried too hard to be funny, al After the not so happy feelings I had while reading the first book, I really wanted to stop reading this series, but then I would need to add these books to the graveyard of others that met the same end, so here I m keeping reading this, still hoping it will be better, and really wishing the pages were shorter Grm This book wasn t better than the previous, there were many scenes that made me cringe, like the one where they used blood as lubeFUC ING GROSS Adin tried too hard to be funny, also in the moments where it didn t make any sense, and he seemed like a child In the 1st book Donte didn t give a crap let s be sincere, he didn t about Adin, but here they acted like Romeo and Juliet Idk where the author did the research for Italy and Italian customs but making carbonara with garlic and parsley is actually considered a blasphemy The only thing I didn t mind really as much as some other readers did, was the fact that a 14 almost 15 years boy, drank a bit of wine diluited with water In my country kids usually taste the first wine at half that age, sure always with an adult supervision and in special occasions or sundays, but is normal and no one would say anything about it The real mystery of this book was Adin s ageIn the 1st story he was talking with a 19 years old boy and he said to him he hadthan double his age, making him around 38 or so, but in this book while referring to Bran that was 14 almost 15, he tells the reader that the boy was half his age How old are you man I m confused.Let s not forget the finale, Oh gods that was an epic failure.your lover turns you into a vampire without your consent awesome And Adin that for 2 full books was saying he didnd t want to be changed, didn t want to lose his human side etc after the fact, tells Donte that anyway he had almost made up his mind about becoming a vampire speaking about having no balls I Laughed so hard and not for a good reason


  9. Christy Christy says:

    Deep Deception picks up three months after the end of Deep Desire , and all is not wine and roses with Adin and Donte Adin feels that Donte doesn t trust him as he s constantly being watched and inundated with bodyguards Donte feels that Adin doesn t understand the dangers in this new world he is now a part of Adin leaves Donte in Spain and heads to Paris to get away and to just be himself for a while without feeling like he s being babysat His nemesis, Ned, contacts him to meet, but when Deep Deception picks up three months after the end of Deep Desire , and all is not wine and roses with Adin and Donte Adin feels that Donte doesn t trust him as he s constantly being watched and inundated with bodyguards Donte feels that Adin doesn t understand the dangers in this new world he is now a part of Adin leaves Donte in Spain and heads to Paris to get away and to just be himself for a while without feeling like he s being babysat His nemesis, Ned, contacts him to meet, but when Adin shows up, he s been tricked and he s taken to a clandestine meet where Ned has contracted with these men for the purchase of something valuable It turns out to be a young boy, Bran, bound in iron chains Adin buys him in hopes of finding out what is going on and getting Bran to safety Unfortunately, as seems to be the case for Adin, nothing is as it seems from the moment he meets Bran.Please find my full review on Rainbow Book Reviews


  10. Erika Erika says:

    I gave this book 5 stars the first time I read it when it came out and now I m not quite sure what I was thinking Everything about it got on my nerves this time, from the faux genteel way they spoke and thought to the way Donte dressed to Adin s annoyingly selfish and Mary Sue ish personality The only reason I finished it is so that I could start Deep Deliverance, the third book in the series I gave this book 5 stars the first time I read it when it came out and now I m not quite sure what I was thinking Everything about it got on my nerves this time, from the faux genteel way they spoke and thought to the way Donte dressed to Adin s annoyingly selfish and Mary Sue ish personality The only reason I finished it is so that I could start Deep Deliverance, the third book in the series


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