Frostbite (Last Call #5)

Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
Welcome to the bar where your drink tells the world exactly what you need. Frostbite: Looking for a partner immune to supernatural seduction. More

Available formats: epub

First 20% Sample: read online
Words: 14,020
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476283272
About Moira Rogers

How do you make a Moira Rogers? Take a former forensic science and nursing student obsessed with paranormal romance and add a computer programmer with a passion for gritty urban fantasy. Toss in a dash of whimsy and a lot of caffeine, and enjoy with a side of chocolate by the light of the full moon.

By day, Bree and Donna are mild-mannered ladies who reside in the Deep South. At night, when their husbands and children are asleep, they combine forces to unleash the product of their fevered imaginations upon the page. To learn more about this romance writing, crime fighting duo, visit their webpage at http://www.moirarogers.com. (Disclaimer: crime fighting abilities may appear only in the aforementioned fevered imaginations.)

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Reviews

Review by: Jeanie Creech on May 25, 2012 :
I kind of wanted the ability to give 1/2 stars on this one so I could give it 4.5 instead of a full 5 stars. I have loved every one of the Last Call stories, but this one was probably my least favorite. Why? Well, mainly because I want to know so much more about the characters and where their stories lead. I took the longest to finish this one, and when complete, I was disappointed there wouldn't be more. That being said, I did enjoy it. Nothing quite like a visit to Last Call just before bedtime. I do hope to see more in this series, or perhaps a couple of the current stories expanded upon. Then again, it is also nice to be left to my own imaginings at times as to how things go for the couples in the future. Either way, I'm glad I read it and recommend it to any adult who likes a good steamy romance story that wastes no time getting right to the action! Is Last Call good novel material for a drawn out read? Nah. Is it a good series for letting off steam and gathering some ideas to heat up the bedroom? You bet! Oh and this is one series that really doesn't have to be read in order. The connecting factor is in the location. The stories are all stand alone, so pick one up and prepare to get turned on in a hurry!
(reviewed long after purchase)

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