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 28, 2021
Whether it’s aliens, psychic humans, or shifters, one knows one is in for a boisterous, fun, and sexy reading experience when picking up this author’s books. These are high entertainment for me and I barely notice the blurb when I grab a new one up and settle into my cozy chair. This new first in series got things off to a rambunctious start.
Tammy Sue Wilson always knew her dear old dad was cracked and didn’t have an ounce of fatherly affection, but getting dumped out in the middle of nowhere to survive on her own after she stirs things up in his militia compound and gets accused of stealing his weapons’ money is her chance to get a two week’s head start on her escape that she’s been planning for some time.
Tammy was a trouble magnet of the first order and makes for the dangerous drug cartel leader, Morales, who owes her a debt, as part of her escape plan. And, through a series of hilarious events, she encounters the big bad alpha werewolf who might be her best shot of survival and happiness if she can learn to trust him after taking care of herself for so long.
Like other heroines by the author, Tammy is feisty, sassy, and will survive just about anything. She lost the only person who loved her when her mom died and she was forced to hone her survival instincts to a point with no idea what the tenderer feelings looked like. I enjoyed watching Aidan patiently, and quite sexily, teach her that she was his and part of a loyal, supportive pack now.
The humor was laugh out loud funny and the romance was the true mate sort. The action scenes were plentiful. And, the set up for the rest of the series has me excited to see more adventures with the Blood Moon werewolf pack. Definitely recommend to paranormal romance fans who enjoy them light and fun.
My thanks to the author for providing an eARC in exchange for an honest review.
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