Robin met her soulmate—literally!—in a hole in the ground during an archaeological field school. With the overwhelming odds that her soulmate was born in Holland and lived in Canada and Robin was born in the Midwest yet they still managed to find each other in the middle of nowhere Arizona is all the proof she needs to believe in a happily ever after. What’s life without romance? Especially when steamy sex is involved.
It may be an amusement park filled with people, but only two of them are destined to meet. A mustardy mishap leads to a day of emotional ups and downs that could only be described as a wild roller coaster ride toward love.
A woman enters a small cafe escaping the rain as well as a recent family tragedy. Inside is a man also hiding from sorrow while stirring pots and baking bread. When they meet, the result is a recipe for love.
I have read almost all of R.E Butler's books and this one is hands down my favorite. The story flows well and she handles the sex scenes with both heat and tenderness. Now if only I could find my own set of hyenas!
I'm so happy that Bo finally found his truemate. In each book R.E Butler enriches her shifter universe. I have read all of the books in this series and can't wait for more to see what she will introduce next. Ben sounds interesting and I hope he gets his own book.
I loved the Brie series at the training center and wasn't disappointed when she goes home with her very own Dom. This D/s relationship in the real world can go just about anywhere and I certainly hope Red Phoenix takes us there.
A nice romance, slightly rushed perhaps. I must admit I'm very curious about the story behind the ghost. The side characters were very intriguing, especially Sorcha, the guest relations manager. Does she figure more prominently in the next book?
This story was good, but the flow was a little off. Whereas I enjoyed all of the story, I feel the attack by the female lion occurred too early in the book and experienced a bit of a let down since I expected another attack and it never came. The story was a good introduction to the other lions in the pride and I hope each of them finds their mate in future stories.
I loved the story about Eliza and was glad to have another chance to read about her. This story was an interesting emotional journey, containing both the loving and romantic side as well as the darker side held by both Lucy's twin and Ben's father. Ben is a very interesting character and I would have enjoyed reading more about the story about when Eliza and John first find him as a boy and the trials they had to endure with him being blind and John being mute. It would make a good story on its own.
I have read all of the books in the series so far and, although still quite well written, this one felt a little rushed. Perhaps the confrontation with the tiger queen and Terra's mother could have been extended to draw out the suspense. But, as usual, the love scenes are handled with finesse and just enough heat. I can't wait to find out more about the tigers as well as the other shifters.
The story had intriguing elements and was relatively well written, albeit a bit confusing at times when the point of view switched. Also, I thought some of the emotional reactions as well as the lovemaking were a little bland could have been given more pizazz. All in all, this was a deep and lengthy plunge (not some short teaser) into the writer's fantasy world full of great characters—both good and all kinds of evil. I just hope the next installment doesn't take too long.
Wonderful story, full of emotion. The writer presents the BDSM world in such an honest way that the reader can experience it from the inside instead of looking through some barrier of streaked glass into a dim lit room.
Both sweet and full of intrigue. Some vicious imagery when it comes to the "military" dealings, but it's certainly a sign of the political times. The love scenes were mostly tame although the romance was threaded throughout nicely.
There were a few punctuation mistakes (mostly quotation marks) and I stumbled just a tiny bit over some of the transitions, especially early on with the flashbacks, but overall, well written and very heartwarming. True love—and a great car—can't be denied.
Laugh out loud funny, even outrageous at times, and very entertaining. But you left her stranded on the plane with him and the other him?!!! I want part 2 right now! Please hurry. I'll even offer you a package of hot dogs for Gus-the-cat.
I was so pleased to have this book come out just a couple of days after I had read the first one, since that one left me hanging…and wanting to pull my hair out over what was going to happen. The second story continues the adventure, maintaining the humor and antics that balance on the edge of being unbelievable yet stay within the lines of "it could happen." Then, just when I thought I was surviving the creative twists and turns, the addition of even more quirky characters, and the urge to slap (or bludgeon) more than one of them, I was left hanging again! This story sucked me in, refusing to let go, and I may become bald waiting for the next (and I hope final) installment to be released.
Another wonderful addition to the series that enriches the author's fictional realm, populating it with new and interesting characters. I especially liked the little sprite. Let's hope there will be plenty of stories to come.
Once again Shayla Black comes up with a wonderful story. Not only is her story full of erotic scenes that have the potential to melt you into a puddle on the floor, but her characters display thoughts and feelings that are so rich and real that they leap from the pages.
Each book in the series so far has been filled with richly unique characters—including strong females and hunky guys—and written with heart and humor. This one is no different, a fun read that makes me want to go on to the next story.
Fun, witty, and with an unexpected take on the paranormal world. An exciting read with some hilarious banter by the main character. I give it four stars just because the ending didn't go the way I was thinking and it left me wanting more. I hope the story continues in a second part. The only thing I would note is that the metadata on the epub came up with Rascal Hearts as the author instead of Adrianne Brooks.