A Panther's Kiss by E.A. Reynolds

ear-pc-apantherskiss3150128_0240Title: A Panther’s Kiss
Series: Peyton’s City, #2
Author: E. A. Reynolds
Genre: Paranormal/BDSM/ Interracial/ Shape-shifter
Length: Novella
Publisher: Siren Publishing (February 8, 2015)
Heat Level: Explicit
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥5Hearts
Blurb: Jordan knows Jamar is his mate, but he must proceed with caution as long as Jamar is interested in another man. The Black Panther will kill anyone who attempts to get between him and his mate, especially when that mate is one of the elusive white panthers. Jamar is attracted to Jordan, but he’s holding back because he knows once he gives himself to Jordan there will be no going back.

Then fate effectively ends Jamar’s chances of dating the man who fascinates him and lands Jamar in Jordan’s care. In such close quarters, the pent-up desire between Jordan and Jamar explodes in a moment of passion that forever binds them.

While Jordan and Jamar’s relationship intensifies, the panther’s enemies, the lions, plan a coup that is going to change the panther’s pride, but Jordan will fight to the death to ensure the lions never take Jamar from him.

ISBN: 978-1-63258-819-7

Product Link: http://www.bookstrand.com/a-panthers-kiss

Reviewer: Lisa

Review: Each book in the Peyton City collection features a different romantic couple. To enjoy the overall story arc and crossover characters, I would recommend reading the series in sequential order. There is nothing better than a good paranormal romance with two gorgeous men involved. I love the way this author can put together a book that not only fascinates you but also draws you in. I had a blast reading this and look forward to reading more by E. A. Reynolds.

There is something about the way that E. A. tells a story that will not only draw you in and keep your attention the whole time, but it will more than likely have you laughing your ass off. The characters are beautifully written with big hearts, however if you cross them, they have no problem putting you down. They will protect their mates with their entire lives. I had a blast reading this story. I only had one problem with this story is that it is a bit confusing trying to figure out who is against the white panthers and who is not.

Jordan has known that Jamar is his mate, but that Jamar is interested in another. He wanted his mate, but knew that a mating would not be true if the other is interested in another man. He was going to bide his time and eventually he would get Jamar. There were many that wanted the white panthers to be killed off. The white panthers are the ones that will keep the blacks panthers going. They are loyal, can keep their mates by their side, and give them the children they needed. He just worried that Jamar wouldn’t want any of it.

Jamar had wanted another, that is until Mendes took a liking to Jamie. Jamar was a white panther, and if he didn’t take a mate, his grandfather would make him. He didn’t want that, but he wasn’t really sure what he wanted. Then Jordan starts coming on to him and he is a bit lost. Jordan is into the BDSM scene heavily, but he fears that Jordan just wants to play. That is until he realizes that they are mates.

Then the fun begins.

I loved this book but I am not sure about the way Jordan is with Jamar. I mean to me it feels like he is pushing the spanking. I don’t understand some of that. It just seems too harsh to be true. There are just a few words that appear at the wrong time, but other than that, my attention never wavered from the story. It had caught my attention from the moment I started reading and kept it there all the way to the end.

They do have a bit of a serious tone to them but there is a touch of humor in them that I love. It gave me everything I could want in a book.

I would definitely recommend reading this book. What is better than gorgeous men, sexy little mates, male pregnancy, excitement, some hot and kinky sex, a little bit of twists and lots of danger?

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