- Crimson Frost Books
- Release Date
- April 2014
Erotic Romance, Fantasy Romance, Ménage or more, Paranormal Romance, Vamps & Shifters Romance
After a harrowing night Tasia Redcape runs frightened to the core from her family's mansion, right into the arms of the handsome werewolf, Conall McKnight.
As Alpha wolf, Conall knew almost right away Tasia was special. His instinctive reaction to her was powerful. With the pressure from his pack to find a mate and settle down can he ignore the desire he feels for the woman who has come…or will he find himself at the mercy of the witch in red?
Sep 26, 2014 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
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Frightened to her core, Tasia Redcape runs from her family's home right into the arms of the sexy Alpha Conall McKnight and her destiny in this erotically charged and magical romance.
This fast paced plot keeps readers hovering on the edge of anticipation and passion and Tasia explores her new found destiny with her new mate and the pack. The author describes the story with well written details that provide vibrant and passionate imagery and the strong characters draw the reader deeper into the story.
Tasia and Conall's chemistry and passion burns from every page and they have no problem expressing it in many erotic ways. The story explodes with erotic sex scenes including multiple partners, anal sex, sharing and group sex scenes in celebration of their goddesses.
The goddesses have plans for the pack, especially Tasia and Conall, and give them tasks to accomplish along with many rewards. One of those tasks is to rid the mansion of the evil that has stalked the Redcape women and it will take lots of magic to accomplish.
The story is enjoyable, fun and delightfully sensual and the world the author has created is certainly fascinating and stimulating, and ignites some fantasies for the readers about how freeing it would be to celebrate sex the way this pack does. Unfortunately for me, something seemed a little off. I think maybe some of the wording didn't quite seem to flow from one scene to the next, which dampened my enjoyment a little, but I certainly think the series has promise and I want to read the next one to see just what the goddesses have in mind.
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