- Siren Publishing
- Release Date
- December 2013
- Book 1 of Wild, Montana
Contemporary Romance, Paranormal Romance, Vamps & Shifters Romance
Eira comes to town looking for a safe place for her adopted sister, a shifter. As a human, Eira knows that not all shifters will be open to her presence. The townspeople seem fine but one alpha lion is not happy about her being there. Can she convince him that she's everything he needs? Or will he walk away?
Caleb walks into the Wild Animal Diner one morning and his whole world shifts. He discovers Eira is his mate. But she's human and he doesn't like humans, especially attractive women like Eira. Will he see what's right in front of him before it's too late, or will his destined mate be pushed away?
Will the chemistry and mating urges be enough to bring them together. Or will the past cloud the future they could have together?
Apr 06, 2014 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
107 people found the following review helpful
The first novella in this new paranormal romance series is an intriguing and entertaining quick read.
Eira is looking for a home for her and her adopted sister, and Wild, Montana looks promising, with the exception of one Alpha Lion, that is. Caleb discovers Eira is his mate, but she's human and he doesn't like humans. Will the chemistry and mating urges be enough to bring them together or will the past cloud the future they could have together?
This fast-paced plot keeps the reader on the edge of their seat with anticipation as the unlikely couple work through their issues. The author brings the story to life with vivid images and details that capture the imagination. The strong compelling characters grab the reader's attention and draw them deeper into the story.
The attraction between Caleb and Eira is combustible from the very first meeting and the sex scenes are hot and steamy, but the relationship is what has sparks flying in every direction with one stubborn pigheaded lion determined not to accept a human for a mate. Eira sets off fireworks of her own when she doesn't take his attitude or that of others sitting down.
The author has created a wonderful world of shifters in their own setting with a couple of refreshingly different elements to spice things up a bit. And I thoroughly enjoyed the short read and although I do wish it would have been longer, I will be looking forward to reading the next book in the series.
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