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They Walk Among Us by T.A. Chase Release Day Review

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They Walk Among Us by T.A. Chase Release Day Review

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About the Author
There is beauty in every kind of love, so why not live a life without boundaries? Experiencing everything the world offers fascinates me and writing about the things that make each of us unique is how I share those insights. I live in the Midwest with a wonderful partner of thirteen years. When not writing, I’m watching movies, reading and living life to the fullest.
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Publication Date
February 07, 2017
Available Formats
ebook and paperback
195 pages
Filed on Personal Goodreads/Booklikes shelves: 2017 reads, Divine Magazine 2017, 3 star reads 2017, male/male, romance, fantasy/sci-fi
Zach Harliegh was a baby when the aliens arrived. He doesn’t remember much about those months, except his parents fighting and his dad leaving. His father died, destroying the aliens, and his mother when Zach graduated from medical school. He’s alone in the world, working hard to get his career going leaves no time for any kind of relationship.

One night, a beautiful man is brought into the ER. Raven Sanderson has been severely beaten, and seems unsocialized. Raven and Zach hit it off when Zach takes over his care. Raven can’t speak, but writes notes to Zach, letting him know the man is in the city to find his sister.

Zach agrees to help Raven, and finds himself drawn into a world he never knew existed. A world full of alien creatures that read minds, and heal with a simple touch. He realizes there is more to the world around him, and the aliens he thought were destroyed weren’t. Their off-spring walk among us

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didn't quite push my buttons.
Independent reviewer for Divine Magazine, I was gifted my copy of this book.

Zach's father was a hero. He killed the leaders of the remaining Opalites, after they invaded. Raven coming into Zach's emergency room opens him to the realization that the ADULTS had been killed. But the CHILDREN had been secreted away, with sympathetic humans willing to raise these alien children as their own. Now, 20 years later, Raven wants to find his sister, and the other Opalite young adults, and take them all home. And Zach too, Raven cannot leave Zach.

For the most part, I enjoyed this book, but it's one of those books that, while well written, well told and reasonably well delivered, just didn't push my buttons in a way it should have.

I liked that its told from both men's point of view. I liked that its not immediately clear what either man is up to. I liked all the double dipping going on, not being sure who really is the bad guy and who isn't. 

There were lots of little things that niggled me, things that didn't quite make sense, or follow on, or follow through in the story line. That's the overwhelming feeling I'm left with- lots of niggles. And I cannot, for the life of my, figure them all out to write them down. But in doing so, that might leave spoilers. 

Still I DID finish it, and it does have a happy ending, so...

3 solid stars.

**same worded review will appear on Goodreads, Booklikes, Pride Publishing, Amazon.co.uk, Amazon.com and Barnes and Noble**

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