The Human's Incubus: A Brinnswick Story 1 by Michele Notaro

Are soulmates really a thing? And could Hugo be lucky enough to have one? Incubus Zaos seems to think Hugo is his viramore and he's willing to patiently wait and convince Hugo that they could have a forever type of thing if Hugo only believes. The Human's Incubus is a return to the Brinnswick world but can standalone.

From the blurb:

When an incubus tells you he’s your soulmate, do you stay and listen or run and never look back?

I’ve spent most of my life knowing that supernatural creatures exist but never really interacting with
any, so my knowledge of them is limited. Still, who would’ve thought a demisexual incubus was a thing?

Well apparently, not only is it a thing, but I have one who claims to be my soulmate—or viramore, as he calls it. And now he has it in his head that he’s going to save me from my past.

I think he might have a few screws loose, but something about him intrigues me, and I find myself drawn into his orbit. Could he be telling the truth? Could he really be my soulmate? Or should I be running from him the way I’m running from my enemies?

The Human’s Incubus is the first book in A Brinnswick Story series and is a MM paranormal romance. This series takes place in the Ellwood Chronicles and Brinnswick Chronicles world, but it's not necessary to read those series first in order to enjoy this one.

SNik's Review:

First in series (A Brinnswick Story), spin off taking place in the author’s Ellwood Chronicles and Brinnswick Chronicles universe. Paranormal. Soulmates. Slow burn. Dual POV. 

Zaos happens to be in the right place at the right time when helping Hugo one night, but it’s more than coincidence as Zaos is adamant that Hugo is his viramore or soulmate. Even if Hugo thought there were such things as viramores, especially since Hugo’s human, there is no way a gorgeous, kind and caring incubus was going to be his. Both Hugo and Zaos feel a strong connection and as they spend more time together their relationship slowly grows into friendship and more. 

A sweet story with Zaos waiting patiently for Hugo to realize that they have the possibility of forever with each other, and Hugo finding his lonely life is over once he accepts Zaos and his family. 

A few cameos from previous books, a fun cast of secondary characters, and an introduction to a new set of main characters with a little action sprinkled in.

Rating: 4 Stars

The Human's Incubus is available to buy as an ebook or to read with Kindle Unlimited subscription.