Book: Noble: Episode 2
Series: Cobra: The Gay Vigilante Series
Publication date: October 9, 2016
Length: 63 pages
Reviewed by Meredith
"I thought I knew what evil looked like... I was wrong."
It's foolish to think you've seen it all just because you've seen things no human should ever have to see. The things I've gone through in my twenty-eight years on this earth have shaped me into the man... or in my current case... the vigilante I am today. It's been three months since I've taken up the mantle of Defender of the Innocent from Putrid Scum. I go by Cobra for short. I must admit, I feel like I have a real purpose now and I do enjoy kicking a lot of--well, you get the point. Things were going pretty good until my partner, Jordan, cracked through the firewall of an illegal website on the dark web. I'd been witnessed to a lot of horrors on the battlefield, but seeing this particular round of humanity's sadistic cruelty to humanity actually made me lose my lunch. That's not an easy feat. I know one thing, I'm going to take down the monsters who run this site and all of their sick customers. That's my new life goal.
Warning: This is a novella serial series that will be coming at you fully loaded with hot, gay sex. Yes, there will be all kinds of bodily fluids splashing and squirting in all directions with each episode. Expect body parts to be sliced, diced, gouged, and even ripped apart because I don't half step. This is a series intended for adults only, who want a superhero that loves to play dirty... and by dirty, I mean grimy as hell.
This vigilante series is another one of Nicholas Bella’s fabulous works. It’s a dark sort of justice that Cobra and Jesse are dealing with in this particular story. I will absolutely say that this episode is not for the faint of heart. There are triggers in this and I will admit to having to put the story down and stepping away for a bit.
Violence toward children especially when the outcome is not happy is very hard for me to read. I don’t want to say more than that.
I do like Cobra though. I like that he uses his power for good; even if he doesn’t think it’s for good. Jesse is still a masterful genius with computers and he’s Cobra (Eric’s) perfect counterpart.
Book one more set up the characters, location, and got us comfortable with Eric and Jesse. In episode two it was truly the beginning of what looks like a vigilante mystery.
Very very dark and not for the squeamish. I’m simply trying to be honest here, it’s a rough read folks but justice is done in the end.
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