In Legal Wolf's Mate, taking on a pro bono murder case isn't a problem for a lawyer who enjoys a challenge. Discovering that his new client is his mate? A tad more complicated. Gavin has no intention of settling down, especially not with a woman accused of murder, but once he sets eyes on Megan, his fate is sealed.
In The Alpha's Woman, Kira Radney has no desire to be a subservient mate. When a member of her father's pack attempts to make her his mate by force, Kira has no choice but to flee. The last thing she wants is to submit to any male and their pack. But when her escape attempt leads her straight into the arms of an alpha wolf - a sexy, dangerous, protective alpha - Kira must fight against her need to be free and her secret desire to be controlled.
In Feral Passions, what better place for an adventurous woman to explore her wild side than a luxurious resort in Northern California's beautiful Trinity Alps? Especially when that resort is run by sexy werewolves looking for mates.
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"Deliciously edgy, sexy, and certainly not to be missed." (Lora Leigh, author of Too Hot to Touch)
I hadn't done 3 stories in one book before, but this was a nice surprise. Love how different the stories are, and was really moved by the first one. The narration was very clever and full of heart.
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Interesting combo of 3 different writers. Only one writer include characters of different race other than anglo.. (made them villians) But, all the stories were interesting.
I purchased the book based on my love of AC Arthur, so I was not familiar with Eve Langlais or Kate Douglas. Based on this book, no, I wouldn't automatically purchase books from the other authors. I'm not sure if I will partake in another paranormal book from m AC at this time.
While the narrator had a lovely voice, I found it wrong for this particular subject matter. Because of her high pitched voice, the characters came across ...I don't know, ditzy, unbelievable..I'm not sure, but the voice and pitch were wrong for the subject matter in my opinion.
Unfortunately, I did not care for any of these titles. The first book had promise, but the storyline was stupid. For an assassin who's also a shifter she surely seemed a bit dimwitted. Then the connection between her and her attorneys "creator" was a bit off..I really wasn't feeling the sexual attraction between the 2 either..the 2nd story was just so long..by the time we got to the sex, I really wasn't interested. I understand that the main woman had issues with self esteem etc..but when she ran at the end I was irritated. I mean how many times or ways does a man have to show you before you believe him. She needed to confront them about what she heard and that would have nipped the issue, but no, let's make things more difficult. Two separate menage's didn't make the book and hotter. The 3rd book from AC had me irritated as well. One, for this paranormal, the 1/2 humans can't turn into full fledge wolves..WTF was that all about..the story was confusing in itself then add all the Zeus and Gods stuff and I was just through. This book didn't understand the whole "mate" process so there was a lot of denial and back and forth. Definitely not your typical paranormal, but I was still thrown off by the additional layers regarding how the Lycans came to be and the issue between the "Hunters" and the "can't remember the other group". It was just the to much and not enough.
First book was so boring
Book 2 got a little better but not by much
Third was best out of the three
The narrator could have been the biggest issue.
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