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Removing the Gargoyle’s Mask

Removing the Gargoyle s Mask Into the paranormal world Sometimes giving in to temptation can lead to unexpected rewards Martin Marty Beakman finds himself entranced by a bearded cloaked stranger in a coffee shop Raymond Althoug

  • Title: Removing the Gargoyle’s Mask
  • Author: Charlie Richards
  • ISBN: 9781771117555
  • Page: 105
  • Format: ebook
  • Into the paranormal world Sometimes giving in to temptation can lead to unexpected rewards Martin Marty Beakman finds himself entranced by a bearded, cloaked stranger in a coffee shop, Raymond Although he feels like a stalker, he returns again and again until he eventually figures out a pattern When Marty is confronted by his brother Matthew regarding his actions, he aInto the paranormal world Sometimes giving in to temptation can lead to unexpected rewards Martin Marty Beakman finds himself entranced by a bearded, cloaked stranger in a coffee shop, Raymond Although he feels like a stalker, he returns again and again until he eventually figures out a pattern When Marty is confronted by his brother Matthew regarding his actions, he admits his attraction to someone he s never even spoken to After his brother encourages him to change that, Marty follows Raymond in an attempt to do just that Instead, he sees something almost unbelievable Raymond removes his cloak, spreads wings, and flies into the night When Raymond, out of the blue, contacts Marty online, will he give in to his desire to learn about the guy Or, will the strange sight the evening before keep him from seizing the opportunity

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    1. Hmm. It was nice. Raymond, the gargoyle, was the smaller mate this time. He was sweet, no tears in sight. I did note, there seemed to be a difference in his wings. I'm not sure if it was just me, or it was described differently in this story. It seemed like in the others, Maelgwyn and Einan, they were separate entities that grew out from their backs. They use them to wrap around their mates and they also used them to hit others in fights. But Raymond's seemed to stretch from between his arms and [...]

    2. Hm. It was not… bad. Certainly okay. Just nothing out of the ordinary for this series. Which is all right. Just a few hours of mindless entertainment. It works.I only have few things to add.Most interestingly, in this volume the gargoyles don’t seem to know the meaning of secrecy. Invariably they crash through all doors in full view of the uninitiated, so to speak. It makes me wonder how they managed to remain undiscovered for so long.I liked Marty. No huge depth but he was a sweet kind of g [...]

    3. Not one of the authors better books. Kind of felt like this one was 'phoned in'. Several character interactions didn't seem plausible. Stop now if you don't want spoilers. Maelgwn decides to have Raymond's mate kidnapped after Bobby & Cornelius are caught having lunch with Marty in an attempt to help Raymond. He then sends Vane, the scariest looking and least friendly of the gargoyle clutch to do the kidnapping? Then Mealgwn, Einen and Greg go to the hospital to 'rescue' Marty and kidnap his [...]

    4. Another good book by Charlie Richards. The only thing that disappointed me was we didn't get to see Raymond take his human form.

    5. I just loved this installment of the series. Gargoyles are different and fascinating. Raymond (gargoyle) walks into a coffee shop and finds his mate, Marty. He's used to being alone and spending most of his time on computers. When Marty finds out what he truly is, he's understanding and still feels the pull. I enjoyed the style of writing, and the characters were understanding, and extremely supportive. Leroy was a nurse who I really liked with a sassy personality, along with his brother, Matthe [...]

    6. StalkerMarty stalked the guy he was attracted to try to get courage to speak. The first meeting involved kidnapping the next a gunshot. Several new people now know about the gargoyles

    7. An ok readI wanted more with the couple, and even more with all the things that happened around. A fast and enjoyable read.

    8. Oh yay! I've enjoyed the character of Raymond who was a secondary character in the series and now its his turn to be the hero. I really love this series with the unique addition to the paranormal world these gargoyles and their ways bring. Marty Beakman has been hanging out at the coffee shop to both observe and watch for the mysterious guy who holds his curiosity, but also heats him up just by scent alone. He finally has the guy's habit down so he knows when he'll show up so that Marty can catc [...]

    9. Original Blog Post: headouttheoven/20Another Charlie Richards winner. I love how this writer works. She gives us just the right amount of angst, drama, mystery, action and erotica to make her readers and fans be on the lookout for more books. Removing the Gargoyle's Mask is the fifth installation to her A Paranormal's Love series. Here, we have human Marty spotting the most unlikely individual in a cafe and becomes stalkerish in his actions. He does not know why this stranger is so attractive to [...]

    10. I definitely liked this installment. I'm glad the last few books are as good as the first. I take liked Raymond the hacker and I'm happy he got his mate. Marty is a strange character name for me bc I will always think of Marty Mcfly but this Marty was nothing like mcfly! I wish there was more than one sex scene. this isn't the first installment where I felt like the sex was lacking. I also don't like when books end before the mating is final but that's purely a personal preference. I also liked [...]

    11. Book 5When a tantalizing smell teases Marty's senses as he sits in a coffee shop, he is instantly drawn to the mysterious man behind the dark glasses, hat, and long trench coat. Unable to get the man out of his head, for the next several weeks Marty visits the coffee shop in hopes of seeing the man again. Raymond knows Marty is his mate, but as a gargoyle he is unable to figure out how to get to know the man before revealing his grotesque nature to him. With the encouragement of the other mates [...]

    12. This seems to becoming a trend. Pick a phrase and run it into the ground. This one is the phrase (again) 'his human'I'd rather hear 'his mate' several times instead.Concerning the story Didn't have too much issue with it until getting to the hospital. The nurse is highjacked (what happened to keeping low key profiles with uninitiated humans?) and then the bro and friend are exposed and show very little reaction.Also, it was never explained how perpetrator tracked down Ray and Marty. No confirmat [...]

    13. Another fun Gargoyle story with trilling and the introduction of humans to the world of paranormals!Marty is (to himself) an acknowledged bi-sexual, but he’s never been with a man, so we get the added bonus of him learning about that aspect of mating, as well.Raymond is kind of funny and – interestingly – the smaller of the two, as Marty is a big guy.We get to meet some of the upcoming new MCs including Vane and Marty’s brother n addition to hanging out with some of the previous MCs.Anot [...]

    14. I enjoyed this story thoroughly. The whole series is pretty unique, with gargoyles as one of the main paranormal character types, although mixing with vampires and shifters. I especially liked the way Marty ended up the much more dominant of this pair, even though he was the human and the one that was injured. thetbrpile.weebly/1/post/2

    15. it was an ok read pretty much similar to this author's other books, but in different circumstancese thing is that we DON'T get to see the whole (100%) story because we don't see Raymond torn human so that makes it feel slightly incomplete (^o^)/

    16. I got a little nauseous there at the endSo sickly sweet and perfect. Bah. A lot of other things I didn't appreciate either, like the kidnapping, the shot and childish way everything happened. So over the top. So dramatic. And for guys that rely on stealth they totally suck at it.

    17. I thought this was a sweet storyI wish the ending had been a bit lengthier and explained, but I really loved the gargoyles and characters.

    18. Crack, I tell you, her stories are crack. Even with the bad writing and the awful grammar mishaps, I can't get enough. I need a 12 step program.

    19. This book was a little short and ended abruptly but otherwise I loved it. The characters in this short of story usually come out like cardboard, but this author found a way to infuse them with life

    20. It felt kind of not finished. Tons of loose ends and we didn't get to see the outcome of the main couples bonding. Kind of a let down.

    21. Marty and Raymond! YEA :) I wanted more about Raymond. What happened with Matthew and Logan? I would liked to have seen the ending. We were just told what happened, but I wanted more from it.

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