Genres: Erotic Romance, Paranormal Romance
Published by Indie/Self Published
Released on December 28, 2011
This short shifter erotic romance read packs quite a punch. I loved how the authors were able to get me right into the story world and the character’s dilemma, and move things along to a desirable ending all within the few short pages of the book.
Zoe is a young werewolf in heat and she’s put off dealing with it for too long so now must find a quick resolution to the problem. Her plan brings her to the Last Call bar where she can order a specific drink that will announce to all the male werewolves in attendance that she’s looking for help with her heat problem.
Colin, who has just finished the job working on the bar’s security equipment, watches the female werewolf who doesn’t seem like the type make her way to the main bar and order the drink that will surround her with eager males willing to help her scratch her itch. His eye is caught by her t-shirt that announces her to be a computer geek like him. He likes what he sees so he goes with his instinct to make sure he is the one that she chooses to help her through her heat.
The plot, by the nature of the story length, gets right to the point. Zoe and Colin are combustible together, but I loved the way they also connected on a deeper level. I thought the ending was promising too and look forward to more in this series of short stories centered around the Last Call bar and its specialty message drinks.
Those who enjoy hot and steamy in a quick read should give this paranormal erotic romance a try.
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