COMING BACK HOME
Rescuing Markas is book one in the Sanctuary series by Megan Slayer. It tells the story of John Dallas, a man with money, but no real passion in life. He works at a local petting zoo where people can pay to pet lion cubs. John enjoys looking after the lions, but on seeing the intelligence in their eyes, often finds himself wondering if shifters are real, and whether his lions could be shifters.
When he finds out something shocking about the zoo, he figures he has only one option – he has to save the lions. But the act of heroism raises a whole bunch of other questions and issues. Can John overcome them in order to find the man of his dreams?
This is a great start to a series – I’ve added all the others to my to be read list. I very much enjoy Megan’s writing, and this book is no exception. It’s engaging, sexy and romantic, and I look forward to finding out what she has in store for the characters next. Definitely recommended to paranormal romance fans.
I grabbed A Mutt in Disguise as a free read from Amazon. It’s free at the time of me writing this review, but please do check before you click, in case Amazon has changed anything. Anyway, freebie or not, this is great read from Doris O’Connor. It tells the story of Anja, a woman who has befriended a huge, wolf-like dog. He makes her feel safe, particularly when accompanying her home from the homeless shelter she volunteers at. She’d love to keep him as a pet, but feels it would be cruel. Besides, he seems perfectly happy with his current predicament. After a while, though, it becomes apparent that Mutt, as she has named the wolf-dog, is not quite everything he seems.
I don’t want to say much more and give the game away, but this is a great little book that manages to be intriguing, sweet and sexy all at once. If you enjoy short paranormal tales, I’d definitely recommend grabbing this one.
Taken In is an intriguing story about what happens when the supernaturals take over the world. They’ve forced the humans to serve them, and in short, it’s really not a safe time to be a human – except at a place called the Store Front, where a level of protection is afforded. It’s not ideal, as they’re forced to feed and have sex with the supernaturals – but it’s safer than going it alone in the outside world.
Kitty works at the Store Front, and has a pretty miserable existence. The only bright points in her life are when wolf shifter, Vic, and his best friend, vampire Gale, visit her. She loves being with them, and when she’s not, longs for the moment when they will come to her again.
The wolf and vampire adore Kitty, and want to take her away from the Store Front, but realise that convincing her they’re not just using her will be tough. But they’ve still got to try…
This was an enjoyable short paranormal tale, packed with action, romance and hot sex scenes. It was a unique take on a paranormal read, and one I’d recommend to fans of the genre.
About Rogue Magic
While trapped in a stalled subway train on his morning commute, PR rep Byron Cole flirts with Levi, a young waiter with adorable curls. But Byron’s hopes for romance crash and burn when Levi saves him from a brutal explosion—with outlawed magic.
When Levi is imprisoned, Byron begins to question everything he’s ever believed. How can magic be evil when Levi used it to save dozens of lives? So Byron hatches a plan to save Levi that will cost him his job and probably his life. If he doesn’t pull it off, Levi will be put to death.
Hey everyone, Aidan Wayne here! Wanted to welcome you to the blog tour for my latest release, Making Love. Throughout the week I will be sharing behind-the-scenes information about Making Love, and the inspiration behind it. Please feel free to participate in and comment on the tour. By doing so, you also get the chance to receive a $15 Riptide gift card!
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