They Walk Among Us (Natosha’s Review)

Title: They Walk Among Us
Author: T.A. Chase
Publisher: Pride Publishing
Release Date: February 7, 2017
Genre(s): Paranormal erotic romance, aliens, danger
Page Count: 195 pages
Reviewed by: Natosha
Heat Level: 4 flames out of 5
Rating: 4 stars out of 5


Zach agrees to help Raven and finds himself drawn into a world he never knew existed.

Zach Harleigh 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 died when Zach graduated from medical school. He’s alone in the world and 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 discovers 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 offspring walk among us.

This was a strange but good read. I got confused some on what was happening but in the end it all came together and I got the gist is what was happening.

In some ways I could see parts of this book actually happening. If their was to be Aliens to land on earth like it happened in this book I could see the whole going to war with them happening whether it was deserving or not. I could also see hiding the alien children in plain sight amongst the humans as a way to fulfill whatever the intentions of the aliens was in the first place or to protect them from whatever was happening on their planet like it also happened in this book.

The main part that is believable in my eyes is people and the government both wanting to captured the aliens for their own uses.

In this book they had not enemy they had to worry about but several. Their was the ones that wanted to capture and torture them for their own personal gain and then their was the government that wanted to capture them for information and to study them.

That was not happening not without a fight. Raven is the alien leaders som and therefore pretty much inherited their status among their people when his parents was murdered. So the others look up to him and too him for the answers as to what they should do, to fight or to hide. When everything hits the fan Raven ends up with the most unexpected ally amongst humans, Zach.

Zach’s father was the one who hunted and killed Raven’s family when they first came to earth. So when Zachary ended up being the person that steps up and fights side by side with Taven, he was surprised to say the least. More surprising was the chemistry between the two men.

There was so many secrets among both Zach and Raven that each new turn of events something else was revealed. It was an exciting read that came to a huge fallout in the end where decisions had to made. I really enjoyed his book the only negative thing I can really say about it was that there was times when I got
Lost for a little bit but then it came togther again.

Look forward to more books by T.A. Chase againnin the future.

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Galley copy of They Walk Among Us provided by Pride Publishing in exchange of an honest review.

This was a good read about what could happen if aliens came to earth. I enjoyed this read. It was action packed. And the chemistry was off the charts between two main characters.

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