Review Of Wolf Protector (Federal Paranormal Unit #1)by Milly Taiden 4*
BLURB: A woman with a secret…
The Federal Paranormal Unit is an elite squad of supernaturals dedicated to solving missing persons cases. Erica’s gift allows her a special connection with the crime, but it comes at a deep personal cost… Until now, she’s kept her gift a secret, even from the other members of the team. But this case will throw her together with Agent Trent Buchanan. He’s the object of her secret desires, but he’s also a cocky womanizer. She’d rather swim in shark-infested waters with a paper cut than admit she has feelings for him.
A man with one desire…
Wolf Shifter Trent wants Erica more than he’s ever wanted any woman. He’s spent years patiently waiting for her to admit that she wants him too. Working one-on-one in a race to find a serial killer, Trent’s patience and Erica’s resolve wear thin. When Trent discovers the truth about Erica, will he accept her for who she is? And can he protect her from the horrors that her gift brings?
A case that pushes them to the edge…
Erica will have to risk it all if she wants to stop the killer, and when she does, Trent may have to put his own life on the line to make sure his mate is protected
My Review:I loved the suspense in this story but it didn't detract any from the quite hot romance between Erica and Trent. The story was full of action and was sexy too. Overall I am sure I will be on the lookout for more from this new series. Especially if the author produces more of the same suspense in future stories
Review Of Twin Effect by Ann Somerville 4*
BLURB: Dylan Gallaher is a biomechanical engineer specialising in artificial limbs - something in which he has a personal interest after losing his right hand in a motorbike accident years ago. He has a great career, a new job, and wonderful opportunities. But he's also lonely and feeling disconnected from his loved ones in a new town.
That's why when Max Symonds crashes into his life, Dylan welcomes the distraction. Max is fun loving, artistic and devoted to his twin brother, Toby. He thinks Dylan is attractive, and Dylan finds it hard to resist his persistent advances.
But Max is unaware of the dark secret behind his relationship with his brother, and Dylan must help them accommodate a strange new reality, while trying not to lose his heart in the process.
My Review: A very unusual theme to this story and at first I wasn't sure about it at all, especially when the dark secret came out (not putting what it is because I won't spoil it for others) but suffice to say I really liked the solution the author came up with. I liked that the theme of grief and loss was so well handled within the story and will be reading more from this author sooner or later as she writes in a style that I find easy to lose myself in.