Mirror Image Seduction

Khloe Wren; Tamsin Baker
Mirror Image Seduction
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Publisher
Evernight Publishing
Release Date
September 2016
ISBN
9781772339970
Series
Book 1 of Feline Shifters of Down Under
Genre
Erotic Romance, Ménage or more, Paranormal Romance

SUMMARY
Dylan and Ryan are cheetah shapeshifter twins. They never expected to be the first of their siblings to find their mate. So they weren't looking when they scented her at their local pub, but they knew instantly that Lacey was destined to be theirs. Unfortunately, she's a reporter chasing the story behind a mysterious rescue of a young boy by ‘big spotty cats'.

Lacey is a debut journalist working her first big story. Getting to the bottom of this ‘wild cats in the Grampians' story could be the big break she's been waiting for. The story leads her to a set of gorgeous twins that make her heart race. Their electric chemistry pulls her in, and by the time she learns they're shapeshifters and the cats responsible for the rescue, she's torn on how to report it.

But her story isn't the only thing she has to worry about. Lacey's ex isn't ready to let her go, and when he sees her with her new men, he takes drastic measures to get her back.

Book Review by Merissa (reviewer)
Oct 18, 2016   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
108 people found the following review helpful
MIRROR IMAGE SEDUCTION is about a reporter and a set of mirror image twins, who also happen to be cheetah shifters. The story starts with a four-year-old boy who has gone missing. Whilst the lion shifters talk about what needs to be done, Dylan and Ryan get the job done first, and deal with the consequences later! Lacey gets involved when the little boy, Cameron, won't change his story from being rescued by two cheetahs. She goes to find out the truth and definitely gets more than she bargained for.

This is extremely well-written, without any visible "join-lines" between the two authors. There are no editing or grammatical errors that I noticed to disrupt the reading flow, and it all moved along steadily before building up to the ending.

This was not a rushed story. Instead, although it went against their instincts, Dylan and Ryan gave Lacey time to get used to the idea, and to get to know them. She is a perfect match for them, and the twins obviously are already matched to each other anyway.

If I had one grumble, it would be that I didn't get enough of Ryan. Yes, I loved Dylan, but Ryan just stole the show slightly for me. So for him to be the one unsure of Lacey's feelings, and for him to be best man, made me pout a little!

Other than that - which, let's face it, is just me being awkward! - I loved this story, with the conclusion to this part of the story whilst getting an introduction to the next. All I can say is if you like shifter romances, you will love this one. Highly recommended by me.
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