- Musa Publishing
- Release Date
- March 2012
Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance, Paranormal Romance
Meet Peter Cottontail… the randiest rabbit in Easter Village. When he's challenged by the Easter Bunny to show his Easter spirit by teaching a human woman the true meaning of the holiday, Peter thinks he's got it made. Half-human himself, and able to shapeshift at will, he hasn't met a doe… or woman yet who can resist him. This assignment will be a cinch.
Enter Bunny O'Hara. With a name like hers, and a dark secret that haunts her, Bunny hates everything to do with Easter. Peter won't have it as easy as he thinks!
One look at Bunny has Peter forgetting all about the challenge, and in Peter, Bunny sees a chance for the happiness that has eluded her. But secrets and lies have a way of coming out, and Bunny and Peter find themselves having to decide if what they've found together is worth fighting for.
Feb 22, 2013 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
195 people found the following review helpful
HERE COMES PETER is a fantastic story. I loved that it was a shifter of a different breed and the uncommon shifter was a breath of fresh air from the normal. The chemistry between Peter and Bunny is wonderful. I seriously wanted to keep reading and found that the development of the characters and the plot to be believable. There was quite a bit of humor within the story as well and I liked that.
Bunny is for all intents and purposes a lady driven because of things that have happened in her past. She has to deal with jokes about her name along with others thinking she is an easy target for their ridicule for something that she didn't do. She feels as if she has to prove herself to everyone.
Peter, on the other hand, is a playboy who just happens to be a rabbit shifter who loves women of all species. So going down to get Bunny O'Hara to think differently about Easter is a piece of cake to him. Something that shouldn't take a long time to do and will make his father proud of him all at the same time. The challenge from his father to get this task done so that he can be the Easter Bunny is something that Peter can't refuse and apparently he can't refuse or get enough of Bunny O'Hara either.
The plot was well developed. I loved this story and I recommend this story any time during the year, not just at Easter. A hot, fun and exciting read and I give it five stars as a keeper.
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