The Raiders

The Raiders Kentrell Lewison has moved up the career ladder from gangbanger to male hustler to grave robber And that brings him to New Orleans where he intends to pull off his biggest heist yet raiding the mauso

  • Title: The Raiders
  • Author: Evan Gilbert
  • ISBN: 9781615814985
  • Page: 257
  • Format: ebook
  • Kentrell Lewison has moved up the career ladder from gangbanger to male hustler to grave robber And that brings him to New Orleans, where he intends to pull off his biggest heist yet raiding the mausoleum of multimillionaire Benoit Bonner With his fellow thug Rashawn, he breaks into the tomb, but instead of hitting the jackpot, he unleashes a voodoo curse and somethinKentrell Lewison has moved up the career ladder from gangbanger to male hustler to grave robber And that brings him to New Orleans, where he intends to pull off his biggest heist yet raiding the mausoleum of multimillionaire Benoit Bonner With his fellow thug Rashawn, he breaks into the tomb, but instead of hitting the jackpot, he unleashes a voodoo curse and something unexpectedly, incredibly hot.

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    1 thought on “The Raiders”

    1. Kentrell is a straight black hustler working the "fags" of New Orleans. When not street walking he grave robs to make ends meet. He's recently heard a story about a wealthy man who died 60 years ago and was laid to rest in a mausoleum along with his wealth. Legend has it that the guy had a curse placed on his tomb by a voodoo witch doctor. Kentrell doesn't believe in the legend and along with a hustler friend of his, Rashawn, they set out one night to raid rich guy's resting place. There they ge [...]

    2. The idea behind this story is quite clever, it is well written and the characters are fun.Two gay men come back from the dead (after 67 years) to obtain new bodies. That is wonderful for them, and their happy ending is what the story focuses on. I couldn't quite get over the fact that they "stole" two young men's lives, though. Even if those two young men didn't like gays, this sort of "implied punishment" just made me cringe.

    3. Enjoyably wicked m/m paranormal short about two homophobic hustlers. I'm not saying anything more about this one, because the surprising twist was a big part of the fun!

    4. I found this offensive and uncomfortable to read. Kentrell is homophobic; he is also a criminal. He is not a good person. Among his varied crimes is grave robbing. He attempts to rob a grave that is rumored to be cursed. (view spoiler)[During the course of the robbery, the spirits of the men who were buried in the tomb inhabit the bodies of Kentrell and his buddy Rashawn (implied that he is also not a good person). The spirits who inhabit them are men, lovers who were buried together years ago a [...]

    5. Nothing to do with what is in the book, but I really, intensely dislike those covers from dreamspinner anthology stories. *shudder*

    6. I started reading this thinking, what is UP with the bigot homophobes who are the MC? Thieves and raiders indeed. Awesome twist!

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