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RELEASE: March 6th (tomorrow!) … Patricia Briggs’ Fair Game from the Alpha and Omega series

Fair Game is being released tomorrow!  PLease see link below for Prologue and First chapter:

First Chapter

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REVIEW: Edge of the Moon – A Moon series novel #2 by Rebecca York

Dangerous magic, Undeniable lustful attraction, Demon worshiping psycho and dreams that suck you in and become real.

Edge of the Moon is an interesting novel in the Moon series.  It does not surround the werewolf story, although Ross does take a minor character role in this book.

Jack Thornton, a detective and Ross Marshall’s friend is caught up in an obsessive attraction that at times is overwhelming and at other times unreal.  Meeting the woman who plagues his dreams, he fights her every step of the way.  After the death of his wife three years prior, he struggles with raising his two children, his dedication to his job and now a woman that rips his heart out in the most delicious of ways.

Kathryn Reynolds reports her friend and tenant missing.  Jack Thornton is assigned the case in attempt to find a connection with other unsolved missing persons cases.  The moment she opened the door, a strange phenomenon takes place.  It is as if time stands still and they are caught up in something unknown and peculiar.  Of course, neither admit to the sensations they experienced.  What fun would that be?

Along with the physical awareness came a jolt of pure sexual energy, like nothing he had ever experienced in his life.  Lust at first sight.  It was almost palpable-arching between them like electricity between to contact points.  Dangerous and at the same time so compelling that he would have leaped through a wall of fire to reach this woman if she had been on the other side.

Forced to share erotic dreams, they slowly creep into each other’s heart.  Demon wielding powers, wicked and suffocating entities trying to help Kathryn save Jack, this book is oddly amazing and has a fun twist to your usual paranormal romance plot.

I recommend this book to curious mature adults.  Moderate sexual content with an interesting range of violence.  I do not recommend this book to children or immature and impressionable adults.

~Happy reading!

 

REVIEW: Hunting Ground – An Alpha and Omega series novel # 3 by Patricia Briggs

Hunting Ground is the third installment of the Alpha and Omega series.

I absolutely love shapeshifter paranormal romance books!  I can’t get enough of them.  Anything unknown, unusual or more than likely “impossible” really snatches me and holds on tight until I am finished with the book or entire series.

On the Prowl # 1 and Cry Wolf # 2 of this series were positively phenomenal.  I loved every word of both books and found myself putting off chores around the house and time-consuming errands so that I could start reading Hunting Ground.

With that said, I am completely disappointed in this book.  After 100 pages into this book, I found myself bored with the unenthusiastic story.  Now, I admit, after those 100 pages .. things became more interesting.

Anna the Omega and Charles the non-alpha Alpha are sent to Seattle to delegate a conference between every Alpha all over the world.  They are discussing bringing the existence of werewolves to public eye.

I do enjoy the relationship between Anna and Charles.  She struggles with past rape and abuse from former Alpha and pack.  He, a born werewolf, struggles with Brother Wolf.  Two spirits within one soul.  I have read that others dislike the constant doubt between this couple.  I disagree.  The relationship and character progression is amazing, and anything less complicated would not do it justice.

Anna is attacked by vampires.  There really isn’t too much to say in this review without spoiling the book.  Although, in my honest opinion, there is not much to spoil.

I recommend this book to mature adults only.  Although the sexual content is semi nondescriptive and mildly mild 😉 .. The violence is wonderfully delicious and inappropriate for younger eyes.

Rule of thumb, if you have to THINK if a book MIGHT be ok for your teenager, then it isn’t.

~Happy reading!