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Sunday, June 23, 2013

Reviews of First Books in Series.

Review Of Bounty for Hunter (Bounty #1) by A.J. Wiliams 4*
BLURB:Keylee isn’t your typical bounty hunter. She’s young, petite, and has a Doberman pinscher as her personal bodyguard. Just as Keylee returns to town from a month long assignment, she’s asked to protect a man named Hunter, who has jumped bond and is on the run from other bounty hunters and the police. The mere fact that she knows who Hunter is and why the police are after him, places her life at risk. Now, Keylee has a limited time to save Hunter and herself
My Review: This was a lovely short story that made for a great start to a new series. I just hope that the following ones are longer because I wanted much more after reading this one. Keylee & Hunter were both wonderful characters and the action was face paced and racy with plenty of good descriptions.

Review Of Attracting Anthony (Moon Pack #1) by Amber Kell 5*
BLURB:Anthony Carrow never thinks to find the love of his life when he goes to a bar with his best friend Steven Dell. Getting over the death of his lover has been a hard task for Anthony. After two years he’s still broken-hearted and doesn’t have any intention of joining the dating scene. However, going with Steven to scope out a werewolf club to help his friend find a mate leads to unexpected consequences.
Silver, alpha leader of the Moon pack, has been searching for his mate for a long time. Unhappy with the men he meets he’s given up searching for the man of his dreams until Anthony walks into the bar.
Can a man who’s already suffered a loss once be persuaded to give love a second try or will fear hold them back from finding the love they both deserve.

My Review: I really enjoyed reading this one because it took the usual theme of shifter meets fae and they end up soul mates and then added a few twists to make it into a story that was interesting and new. There was plenty of hot sex but also lots of humour and a few bits of magic. In fact all that was missing was a longer story!



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