When their chief paired Jaret and Wells on their ambulance, neither man was pleased. Jaret, with his
reputation as a brat and troublemaker, thought that studious Wells was a bore, while Wells just wanted to study and work and avoid trouble. However, both men found themselves attracted to each other, and as they got to know the other, discovered that there was more to each of them then could be seen
I enjoy this series for the lightness in which difficult subjects are broached - not ignored, but not
handled in an overly angst-ridden way. Although there is a serious problem faced by the characters, there is still a happy ending coming. I also like that medical personnel are seen as normal people with normal problems and that both men in this book had to overcome prejudices and first impressions to get to know the real character of the other. This book can easily be read as a stand-alone, but I certainly recommend it for any fans of the series.
Tiber, the Alpha of the Black Creek pack, is lonely. He is concentrating on trying to get rid of the psychotic shifter preying on his people, but watching his cousin find a mate has just driven the point home again. When they find an injured red wolf, he suddenly finds that his loneliness could be at an end, if he is willing to accept what Keir has to offer and if they can finally end Oscar's threat once and for all.
I really liked Keir's persistence and determination both to protect and support Tiber. Tiber made a great Alpha with his willingness to do what was best for his people instead of abusing his power. I also really liked the way the three couples in this trilogy were all different and how all the events having to do with Oscar finally came to a head in this volume. Although the romance is completely contained in this book, the overall plot makes the most sense if the reader has read the previous two volumes as well. This is a great book for shifter fans or fans of Amber Kell.
Dietrich Moore is CEO of Moore Industries and one of the wealthiest men in America. He is also involved with Stellan Alfonso, so when Blythe Winters takes a job as his temporary personal assistant for four weeks, the last thing she expects is for the two men to put the moves on her. However, what no one
knows is that the two men desire a sexy female sub to join their relationship, and after meeting Blythe, both men want her to fill that role. Blythe, however, has plenty of baggage standing in the way of accepting their desire for her.
I found this story to be hot and fun - the sexy, wealthy men chasing the rubenesque female with plenty of doubts about her own worth is an enjoyable plot. I loved the descriptions of the trip to Portugal and Moore's villa where they stayed with Stellan as much as the scenes between the three of them as they
began their relationship. Of course, there was a misunderstanding to be cleared up, but I loved the scene where that happened. All three characters seemed like real people to me, and I felt myself pulling for their romance as I read the story.
Grab your bottle of water you’re in for one smoking hot, adventure...inside the bedroom and out!
This sizzling page turner had me hooked from page one. Katt is incredible, a sexy, confident, powerful, vampire hunter who can stand up with the boys and look gorgeous doing it. Witty, brazen, and tough she leapt off the page with a larger than life persona that felt real. She’s the type of friend you go to when you want to hear it straight. I clicked with her from the start, and loved that Ms. Blue didn’t sugar coat what Katt did, or allow her to come away unscathed because she was ' So Skillful'. Her descriptions of weaponry, fighting style, and scraps turned this read into a miniseries playing in my head. On the hunt for Cale, the vampire that lead her down the path of hunting, she meets the delicious Glen while undercover. The attraction is instant, but the hunt comes first. Fate has a hand and they meet again and exchange numbers. Through Glen she meets Mark and the trio comes together quite organically. Balancing both her hunt and her men is tricky, but oh so entertaining for the reader!
Glen and Mark... sighs. These men were mind-blowing! Brains, Brawn, and a quirky sense of humor! What more could a gal ask for? Alpha enough to handle such a strong woman, but flexible to hand over the reins, they draw Katt into a sexy, three-way that feeds much more than her sexual desire. Ms. Blue did an incredible job giving them distinct personalities, and styles, despite their similar upbringing, and brother like bond. The secret they keep about their shifter nature raises the bar of tension and adds to the danger.
Katt Amongst the Wolves is the perfect balance of romance and adventure. The hunt for Cale is full of surprises, and twisty turns, and the relationship between Katt, Glen, and Mark is downright flammable.
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I was so excited when I found out there was a third book in the Enforcers Series by Ravon Silvius. These books must be read in order to fully grasp the wonderful world Silvius creates and the fabulous characters. I highly recommend the first and second book, which I read when they first came out before becoming a reviewer. Even then I liked Silvius’s style and it continues with the third installment of Enforcers.
The First Mission is Mage Kenneth and his lifemate, the talentless thorn, going on their first mission as enforcers. I absolutely love the details in this book. The author does such a fantastic job, you can see what the talentless slums look like and the fancy mage homes. It’s stunning. The story itself is so perfectly plotted. It’s never boring, always interesting and sexy as hell. Thorn suspects the town their investigating, of hurting the talentless. Kenneth and Thorn separate to investigate and all hell
breaks loose. I couldn’t put the book down as we weave through twists, turns and magic.
Enforcers is a talented series of magic and intrigue that should not be missed!
The imaginative world, Ms. Grace wove was full of beauty, and brains. Whyt is a member of the upper crust of a swan shifter family. Yes, they’re as beautiful as you’d imagine they’d be. Her station makes her parent’s plans for her a bit of a 1950’s throwback. A husband and kids , none of her choosing. As a half breed, Whyt was born without the ability to fly, but not without the desire to do so. Her real passion is flight, and hidden under her exquisite exterior, lies the heart of a mechanic.
I loved her complex layers and the masculine profession she hoped to enter. I found her bravery admirable as she fled the comfortable life and the only home she’d ever known. I did wish we got to see a bit more of who she was on the inside. But there was so much happening ,I think the action took over.
The hero , Sarge fell a bit flat to me. I can’t say too much without giving away the twist. But the flow of the story left out the more romantic aspect of his emotions toward his mate. I liked his ability to keep an open mind during and consider what she wanted.
This story almost read more like an adventure to me because the romance at times felt like an afterthought. Which was why I gave it three stars instead of four. Regardless it’s a unique, and engaging short story.
Nash is fourth of the children of Gerard Gretton to get his story in this historical romance series.
Nash prefers the country to the city, and his hounds to society, so when his older brother, Peregrine, insists he attend a masquerade, all he wants to do is leave. However, he finds a masked woman seeking to slip away undetected and helps her out, then takes her to his townhouse and to bed. Felicity's family
keeps telling her that she has to marry the man they have chosen for her, and before running away, she chooses her own man to take her virginity. After enjoying their evening together, Felicity disappears from Nash's life, not knowing that he is the brother of the man her family has chosen. When they meet
up again, they find that they are mixed up in the ongoing intrigue that has been developing in the series, and have to go to unexpected lengths to stay together.
I really enjoyed how this story played into the series as a whole. Each book overlaps in time to some extent, so that events are seen more fully as the series continues. Because of this, I think this book will be appreciated more by those that have read the previous three, although the plot is certainly explained well enough if this is the only one you read. Felicity and Nash seem to be a perfect fit for one another,
especially as he finds a previously unknown well of strength within himself once he has someone he cares enough to fight for. I look forward to the continuation of the series, and especially want to see Peregrine's story unfold, as I think he has been secretly playing matchmaker for his siblings! The whole family, with their refusal to bow to society's rules and their staunch patriotism, are quite endearing.
Nash's Niche is a must read!
Shawn Torien is the front man for a rock band with an eclectic mix of characters - and has bought into his own hype. He lives the sex, drugs, and rock 'n' roll lifestyle without remorse until he meets Samantha, the band's new webmistress along for the ride on their current tour.
Even though this is a short story, I put it down several times because I had trouble connecting with the characters. Shawn starts out as a total jerk and I had trouble seeing what Samantha wanted with him at all. Although I generally love rocker stories, I struggled to buy into this one. However, the epilogue more than made up for the rest of the book and I finally appreciated their story.
I actually think that if this had been a longer book with more development of the romance I would have liked it better, but for a spicy "bad boy gets the good girl" story, it works.
This book is a collection of short stories with male couples. They range from very steamy to WTF? with
everything from a virgin seeking out a man to be his first lover to a man returning to help with a project at his old high school and hooking up with his former teacher.
Like many anthologies, I found this to be a mixed bag, with two stories I didn't really care for, one
that was so-so, one that I liked, and one that I loved. My favorite was the one written by Pelaam, and I think I liked it because although like each of the others, it moved quickly, it occurred between an established couple. The heat between them was much more believable because of the history behind it. However, if you are looking for a hot little story to read and don't mind how quickly the people hook up, this book may be a good choice for you.
The story immediately pulled me in. Summer and her brother were on a ship when caught in a storm and they were both thrown overboard. They are saved by a sexy privateer who may be a smuggler and enemy
of her father.
My first issue were the flashbacks, there no italic to indicate they were flashbacks, so I was a little lost until I realized this was something Summer was remembering. The editing was a bit rough in places. Head hopping made me bring the rating down too. The pace is a bit slow in places. Sometime the accent was hard to read, thorny in particular. I think a hard edit would have made a huge difference.
As is, this book is still very good. The details really made me feel like I was on the ship, swaying back and forth. The characters were fabulous, each had such depth, even the secondary characters. The romance was a nice slow sizzle that worked so well!
I can’t say I’d recommend this as it has a lot that needs improving but if it were fixed up, I think it would be a fabulous read.