This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
Genres: Paranormal Romance
Published by Indie/Self Published
Released on June 4, 2015
An alpha lion shifter and lord of the largest pride on the East Coast gets anything he wants until he encounters the sassy, stubborn human female who takes a chunk out of his hair. Her first mistake was running from him and he isn’t about to let her make that mistake again.
Arik knows his duty is toward strengthening his pride by mating with another cat shifter, but all that goes out the window when a certain human woman enters his life and turns it upside down. She challenges him which peeks his interest, but then his protective instincts kick in when her stalker ex threatens her. He will find a way to make it work even if he has to lock her in his loft until she sees reason.
This story starts off with a humorous opening scene and retains that flirty feel throughout the story. The hero is arrogant, confident, and alpha through and through which strikes the heroine as sexy even while she knows it should annoy her. The heroine is stubborn and gets snarky when she feels cornered so she’s a good match for the pushy lion king and keeps him on his toes. The back and forth hot attraction and playful snark make it fun. The story isn’t strongly developed and clips along pretty fast, but it is still a light entertaining read and a good intro to a new series.
All in all, I had a good time with this fun piece and would definitely recommend it to lovers of paranormal romantic comedy.
My thanks for a chance to read this one in exchange for an honest review.
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