I agree with all the reviews! Yep--the plot is pretty thin. Yep--the book basically moves from one sex scene to another. And yep--it was FUNNY!
Laurentson writes some GREAT alpha-female characters who take no garbage off their men & sling wicked-funny comments. Plus she includes fun alpha-males who manage to dominate & possess their women, but without being creepy-abusive-stalker about it.
All in all I enjoyed her writing immensely. A great "fluff" read...not worth keeping & reading again, mind you...but perfect one-time escapism.
I expected more based on ratings and reviews. Plot pretty thin.
I'm really tired of the lion shifter thretning to kill everyone, and what an atitute both had. I did not like ANY of the characters. And I mean ANY. Not even the suporting ones.
I had major problem with the 2 female leads. I mean braging about how they were baned from more then 50 world wide countries? and BTW, When has Prague become a country? Instead of comong off as mischivous, they were iritating and represented everything I dislike in a character.
Here is example how great writing and interesting story can be totally ruined by immature, childish, way too macho aggressive (I mean shut up or I will kill you followed by fangs ripping holes in body parts) absolutely off putting behavior. Not One character had redeeming qualities.
This is the cutest book. It can be a bit crude and there is a fair amount of sex but it made me laugh out loud and I usually hate funny romance novels. This was a good one. Hope they are all like this.
Erotic Paranormal Romance. Two stories. First, lion shapeshifter Mace returns home to New York intent on claiming Dez, the only woman he's ever loved. Except his high society sister, and leader of the Pride is against it. And Dez is a cop investigating a suspicious murder. And she has no intentions of committing to another man ever again. She's human, and she doesn't know what he is. Then, lion shapeshifter Brenden Shaw falls for wolf shifter Ronnie Lee. But lions and wolves hate each other, right? These stories are fair. The author tries for a lot of humor, and one liners. The romance stories are pretty good, but the one liners get old after awhile. The theme of both stories is boy falls in love with girl from a different class. Fun.