Review: “Hidden: Evils” by Jo Tannah

TITLE: Hidden: Evils
AUTHOR: Jo Tannah
SERIES: Hidden
PUBLISHER: eXtasy Books
COVER ARTIST: Angela Waters
GENRE: Erotica; Fantasy; Paranormal
LENGTH: 150 Pages
RELEASE DATE: June 30, 2017
PRICE: $4.99 –e-book


Sebastian Torres is a healer and midwife both by trade and by calling. He’s spent the past three years as the only male midwife in a local hospital.

Anthony Craig is intrigued by Sebastian, finding him professional and attractive. He can’t help wondering about something—why Sebastian never dates the same man twice.

When several pregnant women die in maternity wards a few states away, their fetuses missing, the police are baffled at the strange circumstances surrounding their deaths. Could there be a serial killer on the loose?

As the number of deaths escalates, Sebastian suspects a monster of legend, rather than one of the human variety, is responsible. Sebastian knows he’s the only thing standing in evil’s way, but in order to save innocent lives, he must reveal his secret to Anthony. Will Sebastian’s revelation prove too much and drive Anthony away?

Sebastian Torres is a midwife, single, and proud owner of 3 dogs. He is very dedicated to his job and has no time for dating. Well, actually no, he has time for dating, but, without knowing why, every guy he has date the past few years never came back or called after one date.

Antony Craig is the chief of the Ob-Gyn department and has a huge crush on the sexy midwife Sebastian. After 3 years lusting after Sebastian, he finds the courage to ask him out. But when pregnant women die mysteriously around them, Sebastian and Antony will have to fight against something unknown and terrifying.
This book has everything that I dislike in a book.

The plot was interesting but not fully exploited. It was confusing. Actually. The first part of the book was focused on Seb and Antony love story, then it switches at the mysterious part. All the events in the book go too fast without any real transition. It’s just a chain of situations one after the other.

Besides, there’s too much cliché for me. The 2 best friends dating the 2 others’ best friends, the crazy aunts, the dead mother coming back from the dead helping his son, the 2 humans who deal perfectly and normally with all the supernatural things, and the super wedding at the end of the book. It’s too bad because each scenario could have been a little bit more exploited and it would have been perfect.

But, everything wasn’t that bad. The characters, even cliché, were super good and adorable.

Antony and Seb are beautiful and super-hot together. The sex scene was hooooooooooot. Like super-hot.

The mysterious/paranormal part is interesting and captivating.

In the end, even if the book has everything I dislike, I can’t tell you that I dislike it at all. Actually, I liked it and will read book 2 with pleasure.

3 OptimuMM’s for the midwife and his doc.

***The ARC was provided by eXtasy Books. My review is an honest opinion of the book***


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