Thomas Hammer, a pit bull shifter, is bound by magic in his canine form and needs to find a way to break free. He wants to show his owner, Desiree Duvall, the man of her dreams sleeps at her feet every night - she just doesn't know it. Hammer battles members of his old pack out for revenge and tries to protect Desiree from harm. He also discovers a secret organization of shifters who protect the outside world from discovering their existence. Even if Hammer breaks the spell, he still has to win the girl and save the day. Or he can sit, roll over, and play dead. His destiny takes an unexpected turn and Thomas decides it's time for Get'n Hammered.
©2012 Mark Boyer (P)2014 Mark Boyer
Yes, Mark Mullaney has an amazing voice, and I could listen to him forever. He knows how to keep you interested in the story.
I loved Hammer as a dog. His thoughts as a human in dog form was interesting. I have always wondered what my pets are thinking. LOL
Mark did a great job with Desiree. He changed his voice so it was easy to determine each character's personality, but he really did a good job with the strong female.
Hammer's love for his dog friends was awesome. Seeing him help Max and put with up the little hyper puppy was heartwarming, and helped cement my love for Hammer.
Get'n Hammered is one sizzling story, it is full of detailed sexy scenes that leave you wanting more. I loved the story! I can't wait for more from Casey Holloway!
Yes; I've read two lifetimes' worth of erotica, and I honestly found each erotic section to be highly diverse and unique in its own way. A second (or third) pass would definitely reveal more detail to "wet the appetite"
Reminds me of a cross between 50 Shades of Grey and Beauty and the Beast...especially the Beast part, if you know what I mean! ;)
Mark Mullaney brings something unique to each character of the story; it is clear who is talking by the subtle nuances in his dialogue depending on who is talking. He makes the characters come alive during the story and puts you right there in the action!
The writing/narration of the first chapter painted a pretty sad image of the helpless dog stuck in the rough kennel, which is sure to get me every time.
This book was great, I can't wait for more in the series from both the author AND the voice actor! What a great collaboration!
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