Jesslan Rose

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Smashwords book reviews by Jesslan Rose

  • Thatcher's Mate (Gay Werewolf Novella) on Feb. 20, 2020

    Very enjoyable book!
  • Posing For The Alpha on March 19, 2021

    I seriously enjoyed this book! It was funny. It was loving. It was sad. I adore Ira's personality and snarky one-liners to himself. Zora is a wonderful Alpha to Ira though I wish they didn't spend so much time apart. I enjoyed meeting Ira's brother, Koda, too. I hope we meet more of his family in the future. It's written completely in Ira's POV. The angst level is medium-ish. I have one complaint... I didn't realize this ended on a cliffhanger. A really important one too. Given I enjoyed it so much I don't mind buying the second book at all except for the fact that I can't find it to purchase it! It's listed on Goodreads with quite a few reviews so I know it came out, but it's not available here on Smashwords or on Amazon. I need to finish learning all there is to know about Ira.
  • The Dragon's Baby Unicorn Foals on July 10, 2021

    I purchased this book because of the beautiful cover and I figured I'd never seen a mated couple of a dragon with a unicorn so it would be unique. However it turned out to be a huge disappointment. It took less than 10 minutes to read and was written like a child's fable except with sex thrown in. It definitely wasn't worth the almost $3 I paid for only 10 minutes of mediocre entertainment.
  • The Offering on July 11, 2021

    I very much enjoyed this book. Fern is strongheaded, snarky, and isn't afraid to stand up to his potential Alpha. Until the third Offering he's determined to fight against the whole process and Don. Donovan is hard-headed, on a rare occasion when he feels Fern is putting himself in danger he will be physically abusive to get his point across. I got the feeling there is more to Donovan than we're seeing in this book. Hopefully I'll see those hidden parts in the next book. I loved Fern's zombie and vampire friends. Their band as well though I wish there was more of the band playing (or even just practicing) in the book. The book is written only in Fern's POV. Despite the non-con/dub-con in the book it's written in almost a lighthearted manner after the first Offering. It's not what I would consider a dark romance in the slightest. (Though I do consider the world the book takes place in on the dark side.) The book doesn't end on a cliffhanger, but it's not the whole story in book one either. It continues into book two.