Title: Coercing Quinn
Series: A Paranormal’s Love, #16
Author: Charlie Richards
Genre: Paranormal/ Shapeshifters
Length: 106 pages
Publisher: Extasy Books (May 1, 2016)
Heat Level: Moderate
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥ 5 Hearts
Blurb: Into the Paranormal World: Change is never easy, but it is oftentimes worth the painful effort.
Taolma is a young boa constrictor shifter who has recently been reunited with his father after almost two decades apart. He currently lives with a clutch of gargoyles on the outskirts of a small town, but he doesn’t mind. There’s a massive arboretum to sun in and a pond to swim in, plus plenty of trees to climb.
Due to the small town atmosphere, Taolma doesn’t expect to find his mate any time soon. Imagine his surprise, excitement, and disappointment when he walks into a hotel room and discovers his mate. Quinn is slender, muscular, and handsome.
Oh, and he’s a hunter recovering from claw-wounds received by a gargoyle. Taolma hadn’t planned on settling down any time soon, but the pull to mate is undeniable.
Can he figure out how to convince a hunter that not all shifters are evil, come to grips with Fate giving him a mate when so young, and of course convince a man who hates paranormals that they were meant to be together?
Review: Each book in A Paranormal’s Love collection features a different romantic couple. To enjoy the overall story arc and crossover characters, I would recommend reading the series in sequential order.
Quinn had not only been captured but had been injured when he tried to rescue another hunter. A hunter that did not want rescued. Quinn’s wife and son had been murdered by a vampire and he wanted revenge. After being recruited he helped them capture or kill the paranormals. He just had not expected Taolma.
Taolma had been two years old when his father had been captured by the hunters and sold. His mother and step father took care of him, and when his mom passed away his stepfather helped him try to find out what happened to his father. Now he had been reunited with him and was living with the gargoyles. It would seem he had a mate, a mate that hated paranormals. However the pull to them both, shows them that fate is always right.
It was the perfect story for me and I loved it.
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