September (Scavengers #3)

September Scavengers Keeping his wife happy was hard enough without a gay lover and the zombie Plague In July of James Hurst a perfect English gentleman had retrieved a treasure that would secure the financial fut

  • Title: September (Scavengers #3)
  • Author: K.A. Merikan
  • ISBN: 9781301389728
  • Page: 382
  • Format: ebook
  • Keeping his wife happy was hard enough without a gay lover and the zombie Plague In July of 1893, James Hurst, a perfect English gentleman, had retrieved a treasure that would secure the financial future of his family, got scarred by a zombie and lost his virginity to Ira Russell, the mercenary he hired After a rocky start, their mutual fascination makes James hap Keeping his wife happy was hard enough without a gay lover and the zombie Plague In July of 1893, James Hurst, a perfect English gentleman, had retrieved a treasure that would secure the financial future of his family, got scarred by a zombie and lost his virginity to Ira Russell, the mercenary he hired After a rocky start, their mutual fascination makes James happier than ever.Despite initial worries, Ira has no trouble blending in with the aristocratic household Even James young son comes to adore the new teacher of survival tactics and his maritime stories His wife on the other hand takes a different sort of interest in Ira Her infatuation with him is the living proof of James failure as a husband, but is it too late to pick up the pieces With a political opponent watching his every move and the threat of a terrorist attack on London, James is walking a tightrope Can he keep his family safe without giving up on his newfound happiness and Ira s skills in tying him up Scavengers September is the third and last book in a three part series and is set in the universe of Zombie Gentlemen WARNING Contains graphic m m sex scenes, gore, zombies, violence, angst, BDSM, lots of deliciously dirty talk and a confident, tattooed ex sailor.POSSIBLE SPOILERS Themes zombies, living in a white marriage, blackmail, turn of the century London, class differences, alternative history, tattoos, terrorism Erotic content explicit M M sex scenes including BDSM elements, dirty talk, spanking, shibari rope play Length 34,400 words

    One thought on “September (Scavengers #3)”

    1. Ira becomes a member of James family and James is happier and more complete than ever. Unfortunately James is also blackmailed and at the same time his wife is unsatisfied. Zombies will start roaming London and they will provide an easy solution for the blackmail (yes, Ira is definitely a ruthless man - it is a good thing that he loves James and his family). Casanova will provide an easy solution for James' wife loneliness.That was a good addition to the series.

    2. Ex-sailor/mercenary Ira Russell, moves in with Aristocrat James Hurst as the two can't bear to be apart any longer. In this instalment we get to see a different side to Ira and the people he surrounds himself with and we also find out exactly what he will do to protect his life with James.

    3. A more mature part of the series probably because we've known the characters long enough. I really enjoyed the interactions between James and Ira, their relationship has reached the part where it is more than sex and love is definitely a part of it now. I also really liked that Katherine (James' wife) has her own subplot, she was almost a ghost (NOT a zombie :P) in the previous chapters. The zombie part was very exciting got me a little mad (view spoiler)[I got myself a little outraged at the mo [...]

    4. This is a third part of ‘Scavengers’ which I was greatly anticipating. And it didn’t disappoint me. In my opinion it is finished perfectly. Doesn’t give the feeling of being too long and being forced, but also doesn’t leave unsolved things. The resolve of political plot with Miss Juanita fits the general climate and gives Ira back some of his roughness just after quite long period of being soft towards James.Of course, as I was always highlighting in previous parts’ reviews I love th [...]

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