[Reading] ➽ Widdershins (Whyborne & Griffin, #1) By Jordan L. Hawk – Thomashillier.co.uk

Widdershins (Whyborne & Griffin, #1) BOOKS Widdershins Whyborne Griffin, 1 Author Jordan L Hawk Natus Physiotherapy.co.uk Some Things Should Stay Buried.Repressed Scholar Percival Endicott Whyborne Has Two Skills Reading Dead Languages And Hiding In His Office At The Ladysmith Museum After The Tragic Death Of The Friend He Secretly Loved, He S Ruthlessly Suppressed Any Desire For Another Man.So When Handsome Ex Pinkerton Griffin Flaherty Approaches Him To Translate A Mysterious Book, Whyborne Wants To Finish The Job And Get Rid Of The Detective As Quickly As Possible Griffin Left The Pinkertons Following The Death Of His Partner, Hoping To Start A New Life But The Powerful Cult Which Murdered Glenn Has Taken Root In Widdershins, And Only The Spells In The Book Can Stop Them Spells The Intellectual Whyborne Doesn T Believe Are Real.As The Investigation Draws The Two Men Closer, Griffin S Rakish Charm Threatens To Shatter Whyborne S Iron Control When The Cult Resurrects An Evil Sorcerer Who Commands Terrifying Monsters, Can Whyborne Overcome His Fear And Learn To Trust Will Griffin Let Go Of His Past And Risk Falling In Love Or Will Griffin S Secrets Cost Whyborne Both His Heart And His Life


10 thoughts on “Widdershins (Whyborne & Griffin, #1)

  1. says:

    it s not you, book it s me.actually, that s not true at all it s totally you.i m just trying not to offend all your fans, bcuz coward.i think you were good in conception, and poor in execution i think continuity errors objects dropped in a panic in one scene, and reappearing like nothing in another really went a ways toward damaging our budding rapport.i think entire phrases being repeated in two different scenes was pretty much as bad as calling a dick a length six times in the same scene it s not you, book it s me.actually, that s not true at all it s totally you.i m just trying not to offend all your fans, bcuz coward.i think you were good in conception, and poor in execution i think continuity errors objects dropped in a panic in one scene, and reappearing like nothing in another really went a ways toward damaging our budding rapport.i think entire phrases being repeated in two di...


  2. says:

    A gay virgin, a paranormal, a horror, and a historical walk into a bar wait what This book was kind of amazing and odd and then amazing again I loved Whyborne and Griffin and I loved them as a couple All sorts of deliciousness I even liked the historical setting, something that is hit or miss for me And of course, my love for virgins made this read simply scrumptious I adored each blush and hesitancy from Whyborne.I listened to the audiobook, which was both good and bad I always l A gay virgin, a paranormal, a horror, and a historical walk into a bar wait what This book was kind of amazing and odd and then amazing again I loved Whyborne and Griffin and I loved them as a couple All sorts of deliciousness I even liked the historical setting, something that is hit or miss for me And of course, my love for virgins made this read simply scrumptious I adored each blush and hesitancy from Whyborne.I listened to the audiobook, which was both good and bad I always like hearing the story come to life but this wasn t my favorite narration First of all, the quality of the audiobook wasn t as great as others It sounded faintly crackly and slightly echoey at times, as if the equipment wasn t top notch quality Also, the narrator didn t have enough differentiation between his voices I like when I can tell exactly who is speaking and here it wasn t always clear However, when the narrator did Whyborne s voice, he was sp...


  3. says:

    HOLY COW Well, I had heard some really great things about this book and it comes recommended by some amazing readers and writers so duh I had a feeling it was going to be GOOD.I just had NO IDEA my own fault I should be paying closer attention how action packed, SCARY, skin crawl inducing, heart pounding it would be This is not some sweet, quiet, historical romance Not even close This has death, and afterlife, and grave sites, and occult practices, and SC...


  4. says:

    3.65 stars rounded upThis book is a historical Victorian era paranormal adventure romance What I like Despite it being historical a genre I usually stay away from , the plot is quite adventure heavy as Percival and Griffin try to uncover mysterious cultists and evil sorcerers and terrifying monsters It also involves museum setting which is something I truly like Night at the Museum, people Love that movie lol There is character development too which I always fully appreciate 3.65 stars rounded upThis book is a historical Victorian era paranormal adventure romance What I like Despite it being historical a genre I usually stay away from , the plot is quite adventure heavy as Percival and Griffin try to uncover mysterious cultists and evil sorcerers and terrifying monsters It also involves museum setting which is something I truly like Night at the Museum, people Love that movie lol There is character development too which I always fully appreciate In the beginning, Percival prefers to keep his head down, being alone with his books and translations But as the story moves along, as he is gettingandinvolved with the mystery, Percival shows he isworthy than just a scholar He shows bravery and inner strength I love that A kick ass and brassy female character, in form of Dr Christine Putnam Women leading Egyp...


  5. says:

    Solidly characterized, wistfully written, this book gives you a playful view to the Edwardian era in which Egyptology and obscure science held a mystical appeal, men were men and woman had all sorts of strange notions about equality It s a classic resurrection story, in which the thing you re bringing back is way worse than the loss itself, and Percival Whyborne is an engaging, prickly hero His painful isolati...


  6. says:

    4.25 I am not a fan of historical stories, mostly because I get grumpy at the treatment of woman, who are very littlethan adornments and possessions and daughters are a burden.But also because of the evenprominent social inequality, financial inequality and of course in m m the very real threat of prison or worse as punishment for being gay.This book covers all of those points, portrait them, but also thumbed its nose at them We have clumsy, brilliant, repressed, wonderful and brav 4.25 I am not a fan of historical stories, mostly because I get grumpy at the treatment of woman, who are very littlethan adornments and possessions and daughters are a burden.But also because of the evenprominent social inequality, financial inequality and of course in m m the very real threat of prison or worse as punishment for being gay.This book covers all of those points, portrait them, but also thumbed its nose at them We have clumsy, brilliant, repressed, wonderful and brave Dr Percival Endicott Whyborne, a comparative philologist He has a deeply...


  7. says:

    What an absolute cracker If I could up the rating on this I would I bought it because I saw the great reviews the second book was having and wanting to read that thought it only right to start with book one to get used to the characters One of the best decision and purchases I ve made and now I m chomping at the bit to get to Threshold Whyborne Griffin 2 which is sitting waiting not so patiently on my Kindle.This had everything you could ask for from a m m paranormal romance I m not going to What an absolute cracker If I could up the rating on this I would I bought it because...


  8. says:

    Written February 18, 20144 Stars an amazing adventure with a new couple of male lovers who reached the heightsI bought Widdershins months ago but I never found the right time to read it At last, I did it together with my very best Brittish Buddy, Bev her review We started on Valentine s Day and I was so excited I have heard so many good opinions regarding this Whyborne Griffin series Rightly so, this was a great exciting and well written historical romance with both paranormal a Written February 18, 20144 Stars an amazing adventure with a new couple of male lovers who reached the heightsI bought Widdershins months ago but I never found the right time to read it At last, I did it together with my very best Brittish Buddy, Bev her review We started on Valentine s Day and I was so excited I have heard so many good opinions regarding this Whyborne Griffin series Rightly so, this was a great exciting and well written historical romance with both paranormal and crime elements I will gladly continue to readadventures with these two wonderful gentlemen Here in the Widdershins novel, you get both thrilling suspense, great dialogue and a lot of funny second characters like the tough Egyptologist, Dr Christine Putnam It was also served with a well thought out slightly complicated and...


  9. says:

    What did I love about this book The Characters They were so sweet I love the socially impaired book nerd Whyborne secretly lusting after the handsome PI Griffin I think these two will defiantly be one of my favorite couples The Setting It was dark and spooky and kind of alternate historical It was unique with these horrible, disgusting monsters and sorcery andjust different Hard to explain The Mystery I couldn t figure it out and was shocked quite a few times Although now that What did I love about this book The Characters They were so sweet I love the socially impaired book nerd Whyborne secretly lusting after the handsome PI Griffin I think these two will defiantly be one of my favorite couples The Setting It was dark and spooky and ki...


  10. says:

    More in the string of paranormal m m quasi historical romances I have wandered intois a dangerous place late at night set around the turn of the last century, this time in an American setting a Massachusetts town straight out of H.P Lovecraft crossed with The Mummy Quite well written, and I very much liked voice of the the narrator protagonist, a painfully shy philologist and linguistic genius working at the local museum, who meets the man of his dreams in the form of an ex Pin More in the string of paranormal m m quasi historical romances I have wandered intois a dangerous place late at night set around the turn of the last century, this time in an American setting a Massachusetts town straight out of H.P Lovecraft crossed with The Mummy Quite well written, and I very much liked voice of the the narrator protagonist, a painfully shy philologist and linguistic genius working at the local museum, who meets the man of his dreams in the form of an ex Pinkerton s agent from Chicago with a complicated and suitably angsty backsto...