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I'm going to review the first four books of this series as a "set" since they contain a world story arc that carries through them and most readers will prefer to have all four on hand before starting the series. This is the second book in the Riley Jenson Guardian series, which are paranormal romances set in Melbourne, Australia. Arthur does an excellent job of balancing the paranormal and the romance elements of the story and, while the moon cycle sexual responses of the werewolves echo a bit of LKH's "ardeur", Arthur pulls it off much more smoothly. The paranormal elements are well thought out with a few nice twists to standard mythos. Characters are well drawn, though a bit unbelievably perfect at times. Each book does have a standalone plot with a satisfying conclusion, but as I mentioned, there is a "world arc" that carries through all four books.
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2nd in series paronormal romance. Meet Riley Jenson, a herione unlike any other: a gorgeous werewolf with a touch of vampire in her blood. Each book will bring Riley face-to-face with some of the sexiest men in recent fiction--- and launch her into a world of peril and pleaseure that will leave readers panting for the next installment.
this was a very good book. Really enjoyed it. Can't wait to read the next one in this series.
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Hot and steamy, these are the 2 best words to describe this book. There are passages in Kissing Sun that would make the editors at Playboy blush. I really liked this book and feel that if all women had access to the creatures in this book we would all be a little happier.