I loved this book. The world building was incredible and I felt for all of the characters. There were many twists throughout the book and it was an incredible read. It is a spicy romance. If you are looking for a good fantasy romance, I would strongly recommend this book.
The first story was written in first person from the male leads point of view. It was a nice twist to Ms. MacAlister's usual feminine first person voice. I enjoyed the first story, but I loved the second one.
The second story in the series, this book starts where Alcandian Quest ended. Zeva has been imprisoned on Earth and manages to escape and return to her planet of Alcandor. This book has a strong plot as well as sizzling sex scenes.
The three stories in this book are all related. They take place over an extended period of time. I enjoyed all three of the stories. Watching the original characters over such an extended period of time was very interesting. I was a bit disappointed in the third story. I thought the ending was tied up a bit to neatly, but I did enjoy the stories.
This is the third in the Nerak series and it is full of the same humor as the two earlier books. I love the introduction to chocolate. I enjoyed the zany humor, but I did feel as though there was a great deal of carry over from the earlier books. In this story, a healer is sent from Nerak looking for a cure for an ill elder. She heads off to the vacation cottage of Sam as it is out in the woods and she needs access to plants that are not available in the city. There are some new twists and the book was a fun read, but I did not enjoy it as much as the earlier books.
This was a pleasant enough book. There was never any real emotional commitment between the heroine and the original man she was hoping to be engaged to. There was chemistry with the handyman. The conflict in the book felt too contrived and only there for the story. There were some cute bits and it was a fun read, but no real emotional depth to the story.
This was a very spicy romance involving three couples in sex therapy. One was engaged, one a young married couple and one that had been married for over 20 years. All were at a crisis point in their relationships. I loved the roles of the secondary characters. It was a racy book which dealt with deeper relationship issues. It was a good read and I recommend it.
This anthology contains three very different stories. They are connected only by a title theme. To my surprise I enjoyed the futuristic one the most. I typically prefer the contemporary more than the futuristic. I enjoyed all three different stories.
This was a very enjoyable read. Yes, it had a virgin heroine, but the story was enjoyable and the sex scenes were plentiful and hot. The family relationships and secondary characters were well developed. I will most likely re-read before the next book in the series is released.
This is the first book in a series dealing with a were family that runs an investigative agency. The book starts off at a New Year's Eve Party where the two protagonists meet for the first time. Randy, the werewolf knows he has found his mate, but she leaves before they do more than kiss. He finds her again when sent on a protective mission after she has been attacked. As she is a photographer, there is a chance that she took a photo someone does not want to be printed. Trials, tribulations... happy ending.
This is a dark book that deals in depth with the after effects of a rape victim. There are nightmares, memories and flashbacks. This is not a story for the faint of heart. I also wondered why the heroine kept referring to the man as a serial rapist when there were apparently no one else abducted/raped by him until the end of the book. It was an OK romantic suspense book with a few holes. It is definitely not the sort of book you want to read over and over.