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Onley James lives in central Florida with his daughter, daughter-in-law, son-in-law, and a menagerie of good and bad animals. James splits her time writing m/m romance novels, ingesting dangerous amounts of caffeine, and trying to keep her sanity from steadily declining.
BookLunaticAuthorOnley JamesLanguageEnglishSize600 KBPages276CategoryNovel
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Every psycho in the Mulvaney family has a role to play. Archer Mulvaney is the gambler, a drunken spendthrift who makes his living as a high-stakes poker player. Very few people know the Royal Archer, not even his brothers. But there is a man who knows too much.
Mackenzie Shepherd spends her days photographing endangered wildlife. He is also the brother of a sociopath and the son of the woman who literally wrote the book on raising a sociopath. When his mother asks him to run a secret government project, he seems like the perfect excuse to run from his life.
But as he runs from his past, Mac collides head-on with Archer. And that is a problem. For this project to be successful, Mac and Archer must agree on every decision and disagree on nothing. Except maybe the sex. The sex is off the charts.
When Mac’s old life comes back to haunt him, Archer insists on putting aside his differences to protect him. But Mac, like Archer, is used to figuring things out on his own. Can they finally stop fighting each other to find out the truth, or is their relationship next on the endangered species list?
Lunatic is a psychopathic, hostile and dirty romance with a HEA and no suspense. It features a sexy and naughty degenerate and a bloody-hearted handsome redhead who love how much they hate each other. As always, there’s unnecessary violence, dark humor, more gore than a slaughterhouse, and enough heat to melt your metaphorical underwear. This is the sixth book in the Necessary Evils series. Each book follows a different couple.
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If someone had told me a year ago that one of my favorite shows was about a found family full of murderous psychopaths, I wouldn’t have believed them, but here we are…
I honestly didn’t know what to expect from Archer, as he’s always been quite withdrawn from the family and somewhat of a loner, but he blew me away with his sweetness and his love for Mac. The beginning was full of delicious tension and tug-of-war between them, It was very well done and their chemistry was off the charts. There was a lot of character development and seeing the sweet and heartfelt moments between Archer and Mac was everything. I am in awe of Onley James’s ability to write these complex and unique characters that I always end up loving.
There were also some funny moments and I loved the humor and all the funny comments and situations that come up when dealing with this family. The suspenseful plot turned dark, as is often the case, it was well written, the dots connecting perfectly. I liked how it connected to the Mac and was introduced early, added some suspense and mystery to the whole story, and worked really well in balance with relationship building.
I loved every page of Archer and Mac’s story and that ending… I loved the bridge to the Aiden and Thomas book, it feels like the whole series has been incorporated into their story and I’m so excited about it! If you haven’t read this series yet, I can’t recommend it highly enough – it’s absolutely amazing!
The wait for Lunatic was long, but it was worth it. As always, Onley’s characters jump right off the page. From this prologue onward, once we’re up to speed on Archer’s backstory, you can’t help but square your corner on him. Talk about a fighter!
Archer is such an interesting and complicated character. Watching it unfold as he let Mac into his private world and realized that he had never really been as isolated as he had convinced himself was a fascinating pleasure. The bond between him and Noah in particular was touching, and reading Archer, realizing and acknowledging him, was probably my favorite part of the book. His reasoning for letting Noah deal with his supposedly sodden butt was so heartbreaking and so relatable that it hurt on a personal level.
The Archer and Mac dynamic was very satisfying, and it was also strangely gratifying to see a neurotypical character struggling to figure out how relationships work, much like Mulvaney. Neither of them really felt like he knew what he was doing or that he was somehow qualified for the relationship, but they knew they wanted to keep trying anyway, and that’s perfect.
Let’s also not forget the twins and their husbands. I cheered mentally when Asa, Avi, Zane, and Felix showed up. Reading the interaction of the Core Four, both with each other and with the rest of the family, is always an epically good moment. Pouting at Adam for not having the twins around to understand was hilarious. When Adam realized that he had screwed up by raising his voice at Noah for having another dog. Then there’s always a drunken Mac describing his plans for Archer after Archer’s poker game. There were so many Goldstar moments in this book that it would take too long to list them all.
My impatient and greedy reading brain was also drooling at all the hints of things to come in The Watch series. You have no idea how impatient I am to read The Sin Eater and see what happens between Boone and Payton. No idea. Years. It saddens me to be so close to the end of the Necessary Evils series, but it comforts me to know that I have not one, but two spin-off series to look forward to. And no doubt the Mulvaneys will show up here and there.
Speaking of endings, Lunatic’s ending was easy. . . talk about awesome tension. Boy, I can’t. I’m already like clockwork and excited to see what will happen. I’m stressed man. Send Hal!
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