- Evernight Publishing
- Release Date
- June 2015
- Book 5 of The Projects
BDSM, Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance, Ménage or more, Paranormal Romance, Vamps & Shifters Romance
There's no such thing as magic…
Kate doesn't believe in it, let alone the panther sort Arran and Zeb Harris are famous for. Using animals in their act is just downright cruel. If only she could convince her libido of that. Instead she seems to have fallen head over heels in lust with those sex-on-legs twin brothers. Getting laid will cure this, surely?
When panther shifters Arran and Zeb scent their mate, they know they'll have a fight on their hands. The delectable human morsel might be submissive, but Kate has spirit, never mind the small matter she has no idea shifters exist.
They want her submission freely given and not forced upon her by the mysterious mating bond. However, when their panthers kill while rescuing Kate, that bond might well be the only thing to keep them alive. It's up to Kate to save her Sirs.
Be Warned: BDSM, menage sex (MFM), anal sex, rimming
Jul 16, 2015 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
187 people found the following review helpful
PANTHER MAGIC by Doris O'Connor is an entertaining romp with magic, very large felines, and twin brothers (my, oh my).
When we meet Kate, she's abruptly awakened from her drowsing by the pool by the squeals of women vying for the attention of Zeb and Arran, twin brothers and world famous magicians. While Kate agrees that they are indeed attractive, she doesn't understand how the entire female population seem to be falling all over themselves over the pair. As the story progresses, Kate is soon drawn to them in a way that she can't explain and some serious sparks fly.
Likes: From page one, the author sets the tone for the story, which has overt BDSM elements that are well done throughout. Her characters are fun and entertaining, and the growth and progression of the female lead (Kate) is both believable and relatable. The attraction between Kate and the twins is downright steamy. The author overlaid the supernatural elements onto the story without the need to provide any additional explanations, which is much appreciated as it kept the pace of the story moving.
Dislikes: The opening paragraph was a bit boggy and I found myself having to read the first long sentence several times until I figured it out. And there are some burps along the way that had me stumbling and required that I go back and read the sentence/paragraph to figure out what was being said.
But overall, this is a hot story with all the right elements for good storytelling. So grab a cup of tea or a glass of your favorite wine and curl up with a scintillating read. You won't be disappointed.
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