Jake C. Wallace
Curiosity Killed Shaney
March 11, 2020 Comments.. 193
Curiosity Killed Shaney Shaney s curiosity is always getting him into trouble including stumbling into a ritualistic circle and being imbued with an energy that will eventually tear him apart He soon finds that Hudson a ma

  • Title: Curiosity Killed Shaney
  • Author: Jake C. Wallace
  • ISBN: 9780615987
  • Page: 232
  • Format: ebook
  • Shaney s curiosity is always getting him into trouble, including stumbling into a ritualistic circle and being imbued with an energy that will eventually tear him apart He soon finds that Hudson, a man he cares for deeply, might be responsible for his misfortune Add in the betrayal of his best friend Todd and the desire of a demented occultist named Silas determined to cShaney s curiosity is always getting him into trouble, including stumbling into a ritualistic circle and being imbued with an energy that will eventually tear him apart He soon finds that Hudson, a man he cares for deeply, might be responsible for his misfortune Add in the betrayal of his best friend Todd and the desire of a demented occultist named Silas determined to control the energy inside of him and there seems to be no way out Can Shaney find a way to rid his body of the nefarious energy before he dies a horrible death

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    1 Blog on “Curiosity Killed Shaney

    1. Heather K (dentist in my spare time) says:

      **2.5 stars** This book was really, really strange. First of all, I want to say that I could tell from the blurb that this one would be a little off beat. Was I willing to try it anyway? Hell yeah! I love oddball romances so I wanted to see where this author would take this one. However, the result ended up being a bit of a let down.Where do I start? So If I had to describe this book in three words they would be occult soap opera. It is a book that is very difficult to describe, partly because t [...]

    2. Tina says:

      I don’t normally read paranormal fiction. This is J.C. Wallace’s first full-length novel and my own curiosity got the best of me, causing me to step outside my little box and try something different for a change. I’m really glad I did. The only thing keeping Curiosity Killed Shaney from earning a five star rating from me is the editing. It is a delicate balance for me as to whether or not a story is good enough to overcome less than stellar editing. In this case, the story was excellent. T [...]

    3. John Sontag says:

      Shaney is a screw-up, in his job, in his love life, and if it weren't for his friends he'd be a complete mess, and in jail, too. Except for the inescapable truth is that he is loved. And not human. Or at least in the more traditional definition. Using a brew of emotions, black magic, occult scientific practices interleaved with lovable characters and some sizzling hot love scenes, J. C. Wallace tells a ripping good tale. The occult stuff is right on target and played very well, in fact, just as [...]

    4. Mary Myers-Huff Barger says:

      As a new reader to the genre, I had not yet encountered a plot with anything dealing with the occult, or Sacred Geometry. I am normally a paranormal junkie! I've been in this genre for about 4 months now, and I am enjoying the stories I have read. J.C. Wallace weaves such a great tale with Shaney. He is funny and quirky and that never waivers in the book. Hudson is a charmer for sure, and it's easy to see why Shaney is drawn to him. The additional characters, Mr. Anderson, Todd, Caleb And Max al [...]

    5. Gary Hendrickson says:

      A very good book with great characters if you haven't read it you really should

    6. Raine O'Tierney says:

      I was lucky enough to read this after it had been accepted for publication, but before it hit the market. 5*s all the way!Shaney is an amazing title character. He is fun, goofy, so creatively written And there's this beautiful marriage of growth of character, and keeping to true to the heart of who Shaney is throughout the course of the story. Of course, I can't say too much without giving it away.The occult aspect with the energies? Blew me away. SO intricate and well written. I was flabbergast [...]

    7. Don Bradshaw says:

      A good paranormal read. Shaney seems like a real space cadet but Hudson grounds him. There is a good amount of occult symbolism but it keeps the story moving. The story made a jump in the middle that threw me out of the story but once I got passed that the story flowed well again. The story could have used some good editing. Words were missing or misused which was aggravating but if you can get past that, this unusual paranormal romance is definitely worth the read.

    8. Marsha Spence says:

      This was so, so, so, so good! I loved and adored both Shaney and Hudson as well as the rest of the cast, well, the good guys anyway. Great read! Hope there is more to come!

    9. Caroline Brand says:

      REVIEWED FOR PRISM BOOK ALLIANCE3.25 StarsThis is one of the prettiest book covers I have come across in a while! Drew me right in.Where to start! Shaney is either a character you will love or hate. I will admit for the first part of the book I hated him! His mind is all over the place and he can’t stay focused for more than 10 seconds most of the time. I found myself wanting to sit him down and shout at himrry Shaney.As his story evolves you come to realise what a vulnerable young man he is a [...]

    10. Jayson James says:

      “Curiosity Killed Shaney” was a book outside of my typical comfort zone of reading, being I have never been one to enjoy a occult story. Shaney from the moment I started reading was a realistic character who though humor and cynicism is making the best of out of how his life has ended up. I was amused with his descriptions of the trouble he found himself in because of his curiosity and was laughing out loud with each predicament he found himself in. Though the storyline got a bit out there f [...]

    11. Pippii says:

      I haven’t read that many occult M/M books, so I was curious (!) about this one, but I liked it.We have Shaney, a sweet, kind-hearted but accident prone, goofy hero. Love him a lot ;)His best friend Todd, that looks after Shaney now matter trouble he brings.Then there are Hudson, the guy that have to get Shaney through his last 200 hours of community service, with Shaney ogling him and falling for him hard and fast.(And vice versa)Add some really bad guys, some unknown helpers, a lot of occulti [...]

    12. Betty says:

      This is a wonderful story. Would recommend it. Shaney is a very unusual person who gets himself & his best friend, Todd in continual trouble. Shaney gets fired from his current position when he see Hudson. Hudson has Shaney to work for him currently doing odd jobs for everyone. Shaney & Todd take off to Hudson cabin & all the troubles in the world come down them in the form of paranormal. This is a good read and you will meet some very interesting people. I will now await the next st [...]

    13. Breann says:

      Characters, relationship, sex all good.Paranormal, witchy, geometry-whatever not so good.But! Good enough to keep me interested in a second book.

    14. romanceandcoffee says:

      3.5*Reviewed for Rainbow Gold Reviews here

    15. Mary says:

      I thought it was a good readt read many paranormal but it was interesting and I loved the characters

    16. Love Bytes Reviews says:

      4.5 star review by DanI loved Shaney, Hudson, Todd and the rest of the cast of Curiosity Killed Shaney. When we meet Shaney, he is doing his court ordered community service hours in a thrift shop. I was instantly hooked, because up until recently I worked at an agency that used a lot of community service people, and his antics reminded me of some of the people I saw pass through my office.I would love to have had Shaney pass through. The balls stuck to the ceiling with peanut butter and marshmal [...]

    17. Sadonna says:

      Huh! Definitely not your average MM story. A lot of paranormal stuff and stuff from left field. There were some interesting twists and turns. However, if you aren't a fan of instalove, then you might not want to read this book. The story takes place in a few days time and we have declarations of love within a few short days of meeting. Well I liked it overall, but there were some pacing issues for me. Also towards the end, there were some editing problems. This was my first book from this author [...]

    18. A.J. says:

      3.5 stars. Overall I enjoyed the story and characters. It was a fun and light read, BUT the editors really needed to spend a little more time on the spelling and grammar check. There were way to many errors to excuse and they were all ones that a basic spell/grammar check run by the computer could have caught. So because of that I lowered my rating to 3.5 instead of 4. Other than that I enjoyed the story and will probable read it again someday. I'll just have to put up with the mistakes :/

    19. Tinnean says:

      Wow. Villains you love to hate. Good guys you love to love.And then there's the ambiguity of a kind of bad guy who has a reason behind his betrayal. And damn, I hope J.C. Wallace writes a sequel where Todd gets his happy ending.

    20. Shelley says:

      3.75 stars

    21. Sammy Goode says:

      There are so many reasons to love J.C. Wallace’s book, Curiosity Killed Shaney. The first and foremost is Shaney himself. A total screw-up in every sense of the word, Shaney is about as ADHD as you can get and still survive. His sincerity and downright sweet heart make him one of the most huggable characters to have come along in some time. Couple him with a mountain of a man, Hudson, who wants nothing more than to ground and protect dear Shaney and you have this wonderful match seemingly made [...]

    22. Cryselle says:

      3.5 marblesThis was a wild, crazy ride of a story. The title character, Shaney, is a walking disaster zone. Inanimate objects suicide in his presence, humans find their minds leaking out through their ears, and reality bends in odd directions, leaving bystanders agog. Shaney’s a very strange, sweet, manic trouble magnet, whose good heart doesn’t keep peculiar things from happening.So if anyone’s going to get zapped by occult energy, it’s him. Ditto barfing on the hottest guy in town. Hud [...]

    23. Rainbow Gold Reviews says:

      Review by Tanja3.5*Shaney, one of the MCs, is a troublemaker; well at least it seems so. He has not filter between his brain and mouth, in short he doesn´t know when to shut up. Furthermore he just can´t stay focused, his mind jumps from point to point and he is overly curious. This curiosity lands him in one disaster after another. It´s not a character everybody will love, but me, I really liked him. The situations he was caught in, due to his curiosity, made me repeatedly laugh out loud and [...]

    24. Joyfully Jay says:

      A Joyfully Jay review. 5 starsCuriosity Killed Shaney was part supernatural thriller and part romance. This story catapults onto the page and its relentless pace never slacks off, leaving you gasping at times at the crazy turn of events and twists that lead to a whole new realm of problems poor Shaney and Hudson must combat. Thankfully they are surrounded by a fun set of secondary characters who alternately seem intent on killing poor Shaney and saving him. But it is Hudson who is the real hero [...]

    25. D says:

      Peculiar. That.

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